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or more individual SMs through the network Each SMS of a concatenated SMS will trigger its own CAMEL service CAP IDP-SMS does not contain an indication that the SMS is part of a concatenated SMS
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5441 CAMEL Dialogue Rules The CAP v3 protocol that is used for MO-SMS control is different from the CAP v3 that is used for call control A dedicated application context is used for MO-SMS control The arming and disarming rules for the DP in the SMS state model are similar to the rules for CS call control When the CAMEL SMS service is started, the service logic may arm the O SMS Failure and the O SMS Submitted DPs Arming may be done in notify and continue mode (EDP-N) or in interrupt mode (EDP-R) Arming at least one DP results in retention of the CAMEL relationship after the service has sent CAP CUE-SMS or CAP CON-SMS When the successful or unsuccessful SMS submission is reported to the gsmSCF, the CAMEL service will terminate If the CAMEL service arms neither of the two DPs, then a pre-arranged end occurs as soon the gsmSCF sends CAP CUE-SMS or CAP CON-SMS Although the concept of control relationship and monitor relationship applies for the CAMEL relationship for SMS control, this has no practical meaning The CAP operations furnish charging information SMS, release SMS and request report SMS event are permissible only when the smsSSF FSM is in the state waiting for instructions The smsSSF uses, just like the gsmSSF and the gprsSSF, a Tssf timer The Tssf timer serves as a guard timer for the smsSSF when the smsSSF FSM is in the state waiting for instruction The CAMEL service may use the reset time SMS (RT-SMS) operation to reset this timer A CAMEL service may use the RT-SMS operation in response to the initial DP SMS (IDP-SMS) operation, to buy itself some more response time A CAMEL service may also use CAP RT-SMS when O SMS Failure or O SMS Submitted is reported in interrupt mode However, using CAP RTSMS at that point in the state model would not be useful If Tssf expires, then the smsSSF applies Default SMS Handling, which may indicate continue or release The pre-arranged end rules used for call control and GPRS control also apply to SMS control CAP operations other than IDP-SMS may be sent in a TC Continue message When the gsmSCF has given control back to the MSC or SGSN and there are no armed detection points, then both smsSSF and gsmSCF may close the TCAP dialogue locally
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545 Information Flows Table 528 lists the operations that are used for MO-SMS control
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CAMEL Phase 3 operations for SMS control Description This operation may be used by gsmSCF to instruct smsSSF to continue SMS processing, with modi ed data This operation may be used by gsmSCF to instruct smsSSF to continue SMS processing This operation is used by smsSSF to inform gsmSCF about the successful or unsuccessful SMS submission The CAMEL service may use FCI-SMS to place free-format data in the SMS CDR This operation is used to start the CAMEL service The CAMEL service may use REL-SMS to bar the submission of the SMS RRB-SMS is used to arm the DPs related to successful and unsuccessful SMS submission The gsmSCF may use this operation to reset the Tssf timer in smsSSF
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CAP operation Connect SMS (CON-SMS) Continue SMS (CUE-SMS) Event report SMS (ERB-SMS) Furnish charging information SMS (FCI-SMS) Initial DP SMS (IDP-SMS) Release SMS (REL-SMS) Request report SMS Event (RRB-SMS) Reset timer SMS (RT-SMS)
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546 Information Reporting and SMS Steering When the CAMEL MO-SMS service is started, the smsSSF reports the following information to the gsmSCF Service key this parameter indicates which CAMEL service will be invoked It is obtained from MO-SMS-CSI Destination subscriber number this is the destination of the SMS, ie the intended receiver of the SMS, as entered by the subscriber on the mobile station If the CAMEL service is invoked for an SMS command, then this parameter identi es the SMS in the SMSC to which the command applies If the SMS command is not intended for a speci c SMS, then this parameter may be absent or may consists of a header only Calling party number this parameter contains the MSISDN of the sender of the SMS Event type SMS this parameter indicates the point in the SMS state model where the service is invoked It is obtained from MO-SMS-CSI and will always have the value SMS Collected Info IMSI this parameter contains the IMSI of the sender of the SMS Location information this information element indicates the location in the GSM access network (for MSC-based SMS) or the GPRS access network (for SGSN-based SMS) This information may be used for charging If a subscriber sends an SMS whilst roaming, the cost of sending the SMS may be higher SMSC address the SMSC address indicates the SMSC (or SMS-IWMSC, as discussed earlier) to which the SMS shall be sent The SMSC address is con gured in the mobile station of the sender Time and timezone this parameter contains the time and time zone of the MSC or SGSN from where the SMS submission takes place If the MSC serves an area spanning multiple time zones, then the reported time may differ from the time at the location of the sender Short message submission info this parameter contains various elements related to the SMSSubmit or SMS-Command; see Tables 529 and 53039
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39 The sets of speci c elements are a copy of the rst octet of SMS-Submit TPDU or SMS-Command TPDU Not all of the reported elements may be useful for the CAMEL service
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