UnstructuredSSRequest

Overview

This message is received by the IN Tester when it is simulating the role of a Home Location Register (HLR). The SCP sends this message as part of a continuation of a menu-based USSD interaction.

Attributes

The operation attributes are as follows.

Attribute Type Description
type String map.hlr_from_scp.UnstructuredSSRequest
label String An optional label for this node if it is to be the target of a branch operation.
arguments Object [Required] The structure of the MAP USSD-Arg we expect to receive.
Expressions may be supplied within this structure.

Example

This is an example entry within the operations array:

{
  "type": "map.hlr_to_scp.UnstructuredSSRequest",
  "arguments": {
    "ussdString_text": "*#101#"
  }
}

Arguments

The following outbound arguments are supported.

Argument Type Notes
ussdDataCodingScheme Binary String This attribute can be specified as binary data. Alternatively, specify the individual components below, or allow the defaults to apply. Note that the value of the group component determines which other components are applicable.
ussdDataCodingScheme_group
ussdDataCodingScheme_language
ussdDataCodingScheme_is_compressed
ussdDataCodingScheme_message_class
ussdDataCodingScheme_encoding
Integer
Integer
Boolean
Integer
Integer
Range 0..15, default = 0 [GSM 7-bit]
Range 0..15, default = 15 [Unspecified]
Default = false
Range 0..3, default = [Not Defined]
Range 0..15, default = 0 [GSM 7-bit]
All ignored if ussdDataCodingScheme is defined.
ussdString Binary String [Required] This attribute can be specified as encoded binary data. Alternatively, specify ussdString_text. Exactly one of these values is required.
ussdString_text String [Required] Will be encoded according to the value of ussdDataCodingScheme.
Note: Not all encoding groups are supported.
msisdn Binary String This attribute can be specified as binary data. Alternatively, specify the individual components below.
msisdn_digits
msisdn_noa
msisdn_npi
Digit String
Integer
Integer
Hexadecimal Digits 0-9/A-F
Range 0..1, default = 0 [complete]
Range 0..15, default = 1 [ITU-T E.164]
All ignored if msisdn is defined.