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.) -- A -- AllPackagesAS (type) in TC-Notation-Extensions APPLICATION-CONTEXT (information object class) in TC-Notation-Extensions -- B -- BasicServiceIndicator (type) in TCAP-Examples -- C -- calledBarred (object) in TCAP-Examples CallingPartyAddress (type) in TCAP-Examples callingPartyAddressNotAvailable (object) in TCAP-Examples cancel (object) in TCAP-Tools cancelFailed (object) in TCAP-Tools cancelled (object) in TCAP-Tools CancelProblem (type) in TCAP-Tools ConnectionAS (type) in TC-Notation-Extensions -- D -- dialogue-abstract-syntax (object) in TC-Notation-Extensions DialogueMode (type) in TC-Notation-Extensions -- G -- getCallingPartyAddress (object) in TCAP-Examples -- I -- invalidCalledNumber (object) in TCAP-Examples IsdnNumber (type) in TCAP-Examples -- P -- processingFailure (object) in TCAP-Examples provideRoutingInformation (object) in TCAP-Examples -- R -- RequestArgument (type) in TCAP-Examples RoutingInformation (type) in TCAP-Examples -- S -- subscriberNotReachable (object) in TCAP-Examples -- T -- TCConsumerAS (type) in TC-Notation-Extensions TCSingleAS (type) in TC-Notation-Extensions TCSupplierAS (type) in TC-Notation-Extensions TelephonyString (type) in TCAP-Examples Termination (type) in TC-Notation-Extensions TypeOfAddress (type) in TCAP-Examples -- U -- uniDialogue-abstract-syntax (object) in TC-Notation-Extensions
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Score: 507614 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...fl/itu-t/q/q775/1997/list.html
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example value -- MINIMUM-FOR-REASON 1 ??? example value -- MAXIMUM-FOR-REASON 5 ??? (...) example value -- MINIMUM-FOR-SII 1 ??? example value -- MAXIMUM-FOR-SII 5 ??? (...) example value -- NUM-OF-CSAS 13 ??? example value -- NUM-OF-CSS 13 ???
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Score: 507455.3 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...0/IN-CS3-SCF-SDF-datatypes.asn
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Transfer Pricing in the O&G Transfer Pricing and Extractives • Mandate: To develop a note containing and analyzing some examples on transfer pricing issues in extractive industries, both relating to production of oil and natural gas and relating to mining and minerals extraction • Deliverable: Guidance note on Transfer Pricing Issues in Extractive Industries Team Stig Sollund Joe Andrus - Melinda Brown - Toshio Miyatake Monique van Herksen Oil & Gas Mining Jolanda Schenk Thomas Balco* Alvaro de Juan Ledesma* Johan de La Rey* Karl Schmalz* Eric Mensah* Ignatius Mvula* * Member of the SubCie on Extractive Industries Taxation issues for Developing Countries Guidance Note - Layout 1. (...) Value Chain of Production of Oil and Natural Gas Guidance Note - Layout Table 1 lists the respective phases and common transfer pricing issues that arise during those phases: ① Negotiation & Bidding; ② Prospecting & Exploration; ③ Development; ④ Production (up to concentrate level); ⑤ Processing (Refining & Smelting); ⑥ Sales & Marketing; ⑦ Decommissioning Guidance Note - Layout Format of Table 1 The chapter on Value Chain of Mining and Minerals Extraction lists the functions performed, assets used and risks taxpayers are exposed to in this industry, plus common transfer pricing issues with 8 practical examples originating from actual experience: • Example 1: Export of low value minerals to an intermediary distribution company • Example 2: Coal Group marketing activities • Example 3: Price fluctuations and intermediary sales of Uranium • Example 4: Market off-taker function • Example 5: Buying and Selling of Iron • Example 6: Intercompany financing • Example 7: Copper JV • Example 8: Sale and leaseback of equipment Guidance Note - Layout The chapter on the Value Chain of Production of Oil And Natural Gas identifies: - The upstream, midstream and downstream business; - Industry-specific issues such as The use of a Central Operating Model; Financing Cost; Intra-Group Guarantees; The use of Cost Sharing; The Challenge of Group Synergies; The Industry Practice of Charging at Cost; and The Issue of Ring Fencing Guidance Note - Layout The chapter on Value Chain of Production of Oil and natural Gas also lists 8 practical Examples originating from actual experience. • Example 1: Oil acquired from related companies • Example 2: Structure and operations of a company in the Petroleum Industry, which could lead to practical transfer pricing issues • Example 3: Market volatility issues • Example 4: Financing Costs • Example 5: Horizontal Ring Fencing • Example 6: Cost Sharing Agreement • Example 7: Intercompany charges at Cost • Example 8: Parent company guarantees Guidance Note - Layout Transfer Pricing and Extractives • Mandate: To develop a note containing and analyzing some examples on transfer pricing issues in extractive industries, both relating to production of oil and natural gas and relating to mining and minerals extraction • Deliverable: Guidance note on Transfer Pricing Issues in Extractive Industries Transfer Pricing and Extractives Team Guidance Note - Layout Guidance Note - Layout Guidance Note - Layout Transfer Pricing and Extractives
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Score: 507261.87 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...resentation-TP-extractives.pdf
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Score: 507091.1 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Public/t/fl/itu-t/x/x1144/2013/
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example value -- MINIMUM-FOR-REASON 1 ??? example value -- MAXIMUM-FOR-REASON 5 ??? (...) example value -- MINIMUM-FOR-SII 1 ??? example value -- MAXIMUM-FOR-SII 5 ??? (...) example value -- NUM-OF-CSAS 13 ??? example value -- NUM-OF-CSS 13 ???
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Score: 506585.45 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ.../IN-CS3-SCF-SDF-datatypes.html
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SM.1138 : Determination of necessary bandwidths including examples for their calculation and associated examples for the designation of emissions   Français   Español     Home : ITU-R : Publications : Recommendations : SM Series : SM.1138 Recently posted  -  Search Recommendations     SM.1138 : Determination of necessary bandwidths including examples for their calculation and associated examples for the designation of emissions Recommendation SM.1138 Approved in 2019-10 Managed by R00-SG01 Main Number Title Status Questions SM.1138-3 (10/2019)   Determination of necessary bandwidths including examples for their calculation and associated examples for the designation of emissions   Note - This version of the Recommendation is incorporated by reference in the Radio Regulations. In force (Main) N/A       Previous versions Number Title Status Questions SM.1138-2 (10/2008)   Determination of necessary bandwidths including examples for their calculation and associated examples for the designation of emissions   Superseded N/A   SM.1138-0 (10/95)   Determination of necessary bandwidths including examples for their calculation and associated examples for the designation of emissions   Superseded N/A   SM.1138-1 (02/07)   Determination of necessary bandwidths including examples for their calculation and associated examples for the designation of emissions   Superseded N/A     Top  -  Feedback  -  Contact us  -  Copyright © ITU  2008 All Rights Reserved Contact for this page :  ITU-R Web coordinator Updated : 2020-10-01  
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Score: 505067.53 - https://www.itu.int/rec/R-REC-SM.1138/en
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Table of contents Example 1 - Retrieving the list of available dimensions Example 2 - Retrieving a list of available codes for a specific dimension Example 3 - Retrieving data Example 4 - Filtering data Example 5 - Specifying an output format Example 6 - Specifying alternate versions of a download format Example 7 - Downloading data as an Excel file Example 8 - Retrieving multiple targets Example 9 - Using an alternate file name Example 10 - using JSON Example 11 - Retrieving only country or regional data Example 12 - Retrieving data for countries in a specific region Example 13 - Retrieving data using dimension member attributes Example 14 - Generating cross tables Example 15 - Adding a filter to a cross table Example 1 - Retrieving the list of available dimensions Simply specifying the athena/api/ URL will provide you with the list of available dimension codes. (...) For example to retrieve the list of indicator codes, stored in the dimension  GHO , use the following link: http://apps.who.int/gho/athena/api/GHO Example 3 - Retrieving data Specify a target to download by specifying both a dimension and a code within that dimension. (...) You can query the system for a metadata structure summary by simply invoking the json output format for the query described in Example 1 : http://apps.who.int/gho/athena/api/?format=json You can query for the codelist of a dimension, as in  Example 2 .
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Score: 503976.1 - https://www.who.int/data/gho/info/athena-api-examples
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B1 ::= COMMON-BOUNDS -- defined in Recommendation Q.1238.1 B2 ::= SCF-SSF-BOUNDS -- defined in Recommendation Q.1238.2 B3 ::= SCF-SRF-BOUNDS -- defined in Recommendation Q.1238.3 networkSpecificB1 COMMON-BOUNDS ::= { NUM-OF-EXTENSIONS 1} -- The following instance of the parameter bound is just an example networkSpecificB2 SCF-SSF-BOUNDS ::= { MINIMUM-FOR-ACH-BILLING-CHARGING 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-ACH-BILLING-CHARGING 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-BACKWARD-GVNS 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-BACKWARD-GVNS 5 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-BEARER-CAPABILITY 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-CALLED-DIRECTORY-NUMBER 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-CALLED-DIRECTORY-NUMBER 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-CALLED-PARTY-NUMBER 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-CALLED-PARTY-NUMBER 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-CALLED-PARTY-SUBADDRESS 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-CALLED-PARTY-SUBADDRESS 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-CALLING-GEODETIC-LOCATION 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-CALLING-GEODETIC-LOCATION 10 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-CALLING-PARTY-NUMBER 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-CALLING-PARTY-NUMBER 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-CALLING-PARTY-SUBADDRESS 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-CALLING-PARTY-SUBADDRESS 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-CALL-RESULT 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-CALL-RESULT 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-CARRIER 3 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-CARRIER 10 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-CAUSE 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-CAUSE 4 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-DIGITS 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-DIGITS 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-DISPLAY 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-DISPLAY 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-EVENT-SPECIFIC-CHARGING 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-EVENT-SPECIFIC-CHARGING 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-EVENT-TYPE-CHARGING 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-EVENT-TYPE-CHARGING 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-FCI-BILLING-CHARGING 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-FCI-BILLING-CHARGING 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-FORWARD-GVNS 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-FORWARD-GVNS 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-GENERIC-NAME 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-GENERIC-NAME 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-GENERIC-NUMBER 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-GENERIC-NUMBER 5 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-INITIAL-TIME-INTERVAL 5 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-IN-SERVICE-COMPATIBILITY 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-IP-AVAILABLE 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-IP-AVAILABLE 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-IP-SSP-CAPABILITIES 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-IP-SSP-CAPABILITIES 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-ISDN-ACCESS-RELATED-INFO 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-ISDN-ACCESS-RELATED-INFO 10 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-LOCATION-NUMBER 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-LOCATION-NUMBER 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-MID-CALL-CONTROL-INFO 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-MID-CALL-CONTROL-INFO 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-ORIGINAL-CALLED-PARTY-ID 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-ORIGINAL-CALLED-PARTY-ID 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-REASON 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-REASON 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-REDIRECTING-ID 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-REDIRECTING-ID 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-REQUESTED-UTSI-NUM 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-REQUESTED-UTSI-NUM 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-ROUTE-LIST 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-ROUTE-LIST 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-ROUTING-NUMBER 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-ROUTING-NUMBER 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-SCF-ID 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-SCF-ID 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-SCI-BILLING-CHARGING 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-SCI-BILLING-CHARGING 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-SDSS-INFORMATION 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-SDSS-INFORMATION 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-SII 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-SII 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-SF-BILLING-CHARGING 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-SF-BILLING-CHARGING 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-USI-INFORMATION 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-USI-INFORMATION 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-USI-SERVICE-INDICATOR 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-USI-SERVICE-INDICATOR 5 -- example value NUM-OF-BCSM-EVENT 4 -- example value NUM-OF-BCUSM-EVENT 4 -- example value NUM-OF-CHARGING-EVENT 4 -- example value NUM-OF-CSAS 2 -- example value NUM-OF-CSS 2 -- example value NUM-OF-GENERIC-NUMBERS 2 -- example value NUM-OF-INPROFILE 1 -- example value NUM-OF-SEVERAL-TRIGGER 5 -- example value NUM-OF-IN-SERVICE-COMPATIBILITY-ID 2 -- example value NUM-OF-LEGS 2 -- example value NUM-OF-MESSAGE-IDS 2 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-AMOUNT 2 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-CALL-REFERENCE 5 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-CNINFO 13 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-INITIAL-UNIT-INCREMENT 2 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-SCALING-FACTOR 2 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-SEGMENTS-PER-DATA-INTERVAL 5 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-UB-NB-CALL 5 -- example value NUM-OF-ADDRESSES 5 -- example value } networkSpecificB3 SCF-SRF-BOUNDS ::= { MINIMUM-FOR-ATTRIBUTES 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-ATTRIBUTES 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-MAIL-BOX-ID 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-MAIL-BOX-ID 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-MESSAGE-CONTENT 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-MESSAGE-CONTENT 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-RECEIVED-INFORMATION 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-RECEIVED-INFORMATION 5 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-RECORDING-TIME 5 -- example value NUM-OF-MESSAGE-IDS 2 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-RECORDED-MESSAGE-UNITS 5 -- example value NUM-OF-VARIABLE-PARTS 5 -- example value } -- Application Contexts -- cs3ssf-scfGenericAC APPLICATION-CONTEXT ::= { CONTRACT inCs3SsfToScfGeneric DIALOGUE MODE structured ABSTRACT SYNTAXES {dialogue-abstract-syntax | ssf-scfGenericAbstractSyntax} APPLICATION CONTEXT NAME id-ac-cs3-ssf-scfGenericAC} cs3ssf-scfDPSpecificAC APPLICATION-CONTEXT ::= { CONTRACT inCs3SsfToScfDpSpecific DIALOGUE MODE structured ABSTRACT SYNTAXES {dialogue-abstract-syntax | ssf-scfDpSpecificAbstractSyntax} APPLICATION CONTEXT NAME id-ac-cs3-ssf-scfDPSpecificAC} cs3ssf-scfAssistHandoffAC APPLICATION-CONTEXT ::= { CONTRACT inCs3AssistHandoffSsfToScf DIALOGUE MODE structured ABSTRACT SYNTAXES {dialogue-abstract-syntax | assistHandoff-ssf-scfAbstractSyntax} APPLICATION CONTEXT NAME id-ac-cs3-ssf-scfAssistHandoffAC} cs3ssf-scfServiceManagementAC APPLICATION-CONTEXT ::= { CONTRACT inCs3SsfToScfServiceManagement DIALOGUE MODE structured ABSTRACT SYNTAXES {dialogue-abstract-syntax | ssf-scfServiceManagementAbstractSyntax} APPLICATION CONTEXT NAME id-ac-cs3-ssf-scfServiceManagementAC} cs3scf-ssfGenericAC APPLICATION-CONTEXT ::= { CONTRACT inCs3ScfToSsfGeneric DIALOGUE MODE structured ABSTRACT SYNTAXES {dialogue-abstract-syntax | ssf-scfGenericAbstractSyntax} APPLICATION CONTEXT NAME id-ac-cs3-scf-ssfGenericAC} cs3scf-ssfDPSpecificAC APPLICATION-CONTEXT ::= { CONTRACT inCs3ScfToSsfDpSpecific DIALOGUE MODE structured ABSTRACT SYNTAXES {dialogue-abstract-syntax | scf-ssfDpSpecificAbstractSyntax} APPLICATION CONTEXT NAME id-ac-cs3-scf-ssfDPSpecificAC} cs3scf-ssfTrafficManagementAC APPLICATION-CONTEXT ::= { CONTRACT inCs3ScfToSsfTrafficManagement DIALOGUE MODE structured ABSTRACT SYNTAXES {dialogue-abstract-syntax | scf-ssfTrafficManagementAbstractSyntax} APPLICATION CONTEXT NAME id-ac-cs3-scf-ssfTrafficManagementAC} cs3scf-ssfServiceManagementAC APPLICATION-CONTEXT ::= { CONTRACT inCs3ScfToSsfServiceManagement DIALOGUE MODE structured ABSTRACT SYNTAXES {dialogue-abstract-syntax | scf-ssfServiceManagementAbstractSyntax} APPLICATION CONTEXT NAME id-ac-cs3-scf-ssfServiceManagementAC} cs3scf-ssfStatusReportingAC APPLICATION-CONTEXT ::= { CONTRACT inCs3ScfToSsfStatusReporting DIALOGUE MODE structured ABSTRACT SYNTAXES {dialogue-abstract-syntax | scf-ssfStatusReportingAbstractSyntax} APPLICATION CONTEXT NAME id-ac-cs3-scf-ssfStatusReportingAC} cs3scf-ssfTriggerManagementAC APPLICATION-CONTEXT ::= { CONTRACT inCs3ScfToSsfTriggerManagement DIALOGUE MODE structured ABSTRACT SYNTAXES {dialogue-abstract-syntax | scf-ssfTriggerManagementAbstractSyntax} APPLICATION CONTEXT NAME id-ac-cs3-scf-ssfTriggerManagementAC} -- Contracts -- inCs3SsfToScfGeneric CONTRACT ::= { -- dialogue initiated by SSF with InitialDP Operation --The inCs3SsfToScfGeneric contract expresses the form of the service in which the SSF, --a ROS object of class ssf, initiates the generic triggering approach contract.
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Score: 502844.1 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...SSF-SCF-pkgs-contracts-acs.asn
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B1 ::= COMMON-BOUNDS -- defined in Recommendation Q.1238.1 B2 ::= SCF-SSF-BOUNDS -- defined in Recommendation Q.1238.2 B3 ::= SCF-SRF-BOUNDS -- defined in Recommendation Q.1238.3 networkSpecificB1 COMMON-BOUNDS ::= {NUM-OF-EXTENSIONS 1 } -- The following instance of the parameter bound is just an example networkSpecificB2 SCF-SSF-BOUNDS ::= { MINIMUM-FOR-ACH-BILLING-CHARGING 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-ACH-BILLING-CHARGING 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-BACKWARD-GVNS 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-BACKWARD-GVNS 5 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-BEARER-CAPABILITY 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-CALLED-DIRECTORY-NUMBER 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-CALLED-DIRECTORY-NUMBER 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-CALLED-PARTY-NUMBER 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-CALLED-PARTY-NUMBER 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-CALLED-PARTY-SUBADDRESS 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-CALLED-PARTY-SUBADDRESS 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-CALLING-GEODETIC-LOCATION 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-CALLING-GEODETIC-LOCATION 10 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-CALLING-PARTY-NUMBER 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-CALLING-PARTY-NUMBER 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-CALLING-PARTY-SUBADDRESS 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-CALLING-PARTY-SUBADDRESS 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-CALL-RESULT 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-CALL-RESULT 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-CARRIER 3 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-CARRIER 10 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-CAUSE 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-CAUSE 4 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-DIGITS 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-DIGITS 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-DISPLAY 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-DISPLAY 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-EVENT-SPECIFIC-CHARGING 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-EVENT-SPECIFIC-CHARGING 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-EVENT-TYPE-CHARGING 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-EVENT-TYPE-CHARGING 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-FCI-BILLING-CHARGING 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-FCI-BILLING-CHARGING 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-FORWARD-GVNS 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-FORWARD-GVNS 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-GENERIC-NAME 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-GENERIC-NAME 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-GENERIC-NUMBER 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-GENERIC-NUMBER 5 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-INITIAL-TIME-INTERVAL 5 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-IN-SERVICE-COMPATIBILITY 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-IP-AVAILABLE 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-IP-AVAILABLE 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-IP-SSP-CAPABILITIES 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-IP-SSP-CAPABILITIES 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-ISDN-ACCESS-RELATED-INFO 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-ISDN-ACCESS-RELATED-INFO 10 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-LOCATION-NUMBER 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-LOCATION-NUMBER 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-MID-CALL-CONTROL-INFO 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-MID-CALL-CONTROL-INFO 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-ORIGINAL-CALLED-PARTY-ID 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-ORIGINAL-CALLED-PARTY-ID 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-REASON 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-REASON 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-REDIRECTING-ID 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-REDIRECTING-ID 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-REQUESTED-UTSI-NUM 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-REQUESTED-UTSI-NUM 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-ROUTE-LIST 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-ROUTE-LIST 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-ROUTING-NUMBER 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-ROUTING-NUMBER 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-SCF-ID 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-SCF-ID 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-SCI-BILLING-CHARGING 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-SCI-BILLING-CHARGING 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-SDSS-INFORMATION 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-SDSS-INFORMATION 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-SII 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-SII 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-SF-BILLING-CHARGING 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-SF-BILLING-CHARGING 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-USI-INFORMATION 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-USI-INFORMATION 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-USI-SERVICE-INDICATOR 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-USI-SERVICE-INDICATOR 5 -- example value NUM-OF-BCSM-EVENT 4 -- example value NUM-OF-BCUSM-EVENT 4 -- example value NUM-OF-CHARGING-EVENT 4 -- example value NUM-OF-CSAS 2 -- example value NUM-OF-CSS 2 -- example value NUM-OF-GENERIC-NUMBERS 2 -- example value NUM-OF-INPROFILE 1 -- example value NUM-OF-SEVERAL-TRIGGER 5 -- example value NUM-OF-IN-SERVICE-COMPATIBILITY-ID 2 -- example value NUM-OF-LEGS 2 -- example value NUM-OF-MESSAGE-IDS 2 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-AMOUNT 2 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-CALL-REFERENCE 5 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-CNINFO 13 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-INITIAL-UNIT-INCREMENT 2 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-SCALING-FACTOR 2 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-SEGMENTS-PER-DATA-INTERVAL 5 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-UB-NB-CALL 5 -- example value NUM-OF-ADDRESSES 5 -- example value-- } networkSpecificB3 SCF-SRF-BOUNDS ::= { MINIMUM-FOR-ATTRIBUTES 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-ATTRIBUTES 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-MAIL-BOX-ID 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-MAIL-BOX-ID 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-MESSAGE-CONTENT 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-MESSAGE-CONTENT 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-RECEIVED-INFORMATION 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-RECEIVED-INFORMATION 5 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-RECORDING-TIME 5 -- example value NUM-OF-MESSAGE-IDS 2 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-RECORDED-MESSAGE-UNITS 5 -- example value NUM-OF-VARIABLE-PARTS 5 -- example value-- } -- Application Contexts cs3ssf-scfGenericAC APPLICATION-CONTEXT ::= { CONTRACT inCs3SsfToScfGeneric DIALOGUE MODE structured ABSTRACT SYNTAXES { dialogue-abstract-syntax | ssf-scfGenericAbstractSyntax } APPLICATION CONTEXT NAME id-ac-cs3-ssf-scfGenericAC } cs3ssf-scfDPSpecificAC APPLICATION-CONTEXT ::= { CONTRACT inCs3SsfToScfDpSpecific DIALOGUE MODE structured ABSTRACT SYNTAXES { dialogue-abstract-syntax | ssf-scfDpSpecificAbstractSyntax } APPLICATION CONTEXT NAME id-ac-cs3-ssf-scfDPSpecificAC } cs3ssf-scfAssistHandoffAC APPLICATION-CONTEXT ::= { CONTRACT inCs3AssistHandoffSsfToScf DIALOGUE MODE structured ABSTRACT SYNTAXES { dialogue-abstract-syntax | assistHandoff-ssf-scfAbstractSyntax } APPLICATION CONTEXT NAME id-ac-cs3-ssf-scfAssistHandoffAC } cs3ssf-scfServiceManagementAC APPLICATION-CONTEXT ::= { CONTRACT inCs3SsfToScfServiceManagement DIALOGUE MODE structured ABSTRACT SYNTAXES { dialogue-abstract-syntax | ssf-scfServiceManagementAbstractSyntax } APPLICATION CONTEXT NAME id-ac-cs3-ssf-scfServiceManagementAC } cs3scf-ssfGenericAC APPLICATION-CONTEXT ::= { CONTRACT inCs3ScfToSsfGeneric DIALOGUE MODE structured ABSTRACT SYNTAXES { dialogue-abstract-syntax | ssf-scfGenericAbstractSyntax } APPLICATION CONTEXT NAME id-ac-cs3-scf-ssfGenericAC } cs3scf-ssfDPSpecificAC APPLICATION-CONTEXT ::= { CONTRACT inCs3ScfToSsfDpSpecific DIALOGUE MODE structured ABSTRACT SYNTAXES { dialogue-abstract-syntax | scf-ssfDpSpecificAbstractSyntax } APPLICATION CONTEXT NAME id-ac-cs3-scf-ssfDPSpecificAC } cs3scf-ssfTrafficManagementAC APPLICATION-CONTEXT ::= { CONTRACT inCs3ScfToSsfTrafficManagement DIALOGUE MODE structured ABSTRACT SYNTAXES { dialogue-abstract-syntax | scf-ssfTrafficManagementAbstractSyntax } APPLICATION CONTEXT NAME id-ac-cs3-scf-ssfTrafficManagementAC } cs3scf-ssfServiceManagementAC APPLICATION-CONTEXT ::= { CONTRACT inCs3ScfToSsfServiceManagement DIALOGUE MODE structured ABSTRACT SYNTAXES { dialogue-abstract-syntax | scf-ssfServiceManagementAbstractSyntax } APPLICATION CONTEXT NAME id-ac-cs3-scf-ssfServiceManagementAC } cs3scf-ssfStatusReportingAC APPLICATION-CONTEXT ::= { CONTRACT inCs3ScfToSsfStatusReporting DIALOGUE MODE structured ABSTRACT SYNTAXES { dialogue-abstract-syntax | scf-ssfStatusReportingAbstractSyntax } APPLICATION CONTEXT NAME id-ac-cs3-scf-ssfStatusReportingAC } cs3scf-ssfTriggerManagementAC APPLICATION-CONTEXT ::= { CONTRACT inCs3ScfToSsfTriggerManagement DIALOGUE MODE structured ABSTRACT SYNTAXES { dialogue-abstract-syntax | scf-ssfTriggerManagementAbstractSyntax } APPLICATION CONTEXT NAME id-ac-cs3-scf-ssfTriggerManagementAC } -- Contracts inCs3SsfToScfGeneric CONTRACT ::= { -- dialogue initiated by SSF with InitialDP Operation --The inCs3SsfToScfGeneric contract expresses the form of the service in which the SSF, --a ROS object of class ssf, initiates the generic triggering approach contract.
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Score: 502844.1 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...SF-SCF-pkgs-contracts-acs.html
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-- Module IN-SCF-SRF-Classes (Q.1248.3:07/2001) IN-SCF-SRF-Classes {itu-t recommendation q 1248 modules(1) in-scf-srf-classes(11) version1(0)} DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN IMPORTS id-package-emptyConnection, id-rosObject-srf, id-rosObject-ssf, ros-InformationObjects, ros-UsefulDefinitions, scf-srf-Protocol, scf-srf-datatypes, ssf-scf-datatypes FROM IN-object-identifiers {itu-t recommendation q 1248 modules(1) in-object-identifiers(0) version1(0)} ROS-OBJECT-CLASS, CONTRACT, OPERATION-PACKAGE, Code, OPERATION, CONNECTION-PACKAGE FROM Remote-Operations-Information-Objects ros-InformationObjects emptyBind, emptyUnbind FROM Remote-Operations-Useful-Definitions ros-UsefulDefinitions; UISCRIPT ::= CLASS { &SpecificInfo OPTIONAL, &Result OPTIONAL, &id Code } WITH SYNTAX { [WITH-SPECIFICINFO &SpecificInfo] [WITH-RESULT &Result] IDENTIFIED BY &id } -- SpecificInfo is used for ScriptRun and ScriptInformation and ScriptClose --Result is used for ScritEvent firstScript UISCRIPT ::= {IDENTIFIED BY local:1 } -- firstScript is just an example. SupportedUIScripts UISCRIPT ::= {firstScript, ... (...) SCF-SRF-BOUNDS ::= CLASS { &minAttributesLength INTEGER OPTIONAL, &maxAttributesLength INTEGER OPTIONAL, &minMailBoxIDLength INTEGER OPTIONAL, &maxMailBoxIDLength INTEGER OPTIONAL, &minMessageContentLength INTEGER OPTIONAL, &maxMessageContentLength INTEGER OPTIONAL, &minReceivedInformationLength INTEGER OPTIONAL, &maxReceivedInformationLength INTEGER OPTIONAL, &maxRecordingTime INTEGER OPTIONAL, &numOfMessageIDs INTEGER OPTIONAL, &maxRecordedMessageUnits INTEGER OPTIONAL, &maxVariableParts INTEGER OPTIONAL } WITH SYNTAX { [MINIMUM-FOR-ATTRIBUTES &minAttributesLength] [MAXIMUM-FOR-ATTRIBUTES &maxAttributesLength] [MINIMUM-FOR-MAIL-BOX-ID &minMailBoxIDLength] [MAXIMUM-FOR-MAIL-BOX-ID &maxMailBoxIDLength] [MINIMUM-FOR-MESSAGE-CONTENT &minMessageContentLength] [MAXIMUM-FOR-MESSAGE-CONTENT &maxMessageContentLength] [MINIMUM-FOR-RECEIVED-INFORMATION &minReceivedInformationLength] [MAXIMUM-FOR-RECEIVED-INFORMATION &maxReceivedInformationLength] [MAXIMUM-FOR-RECORDING-TIME &maxRecordingTime] [NUM-OF-MESSAGE-IDS &numOfMessageIDs] [MAXIMUM-FOR-RECORDED-MESSAGE-UNITS &maxRecordedMessageUnits] [NUM-OF-VARIABLE-PARTS &maxVariableParts] } -- The following instance of the parameter bound is just an example networkSpecificB3 SCF-SRF-BOUNDS ::= { MINIMUM-FOR-ATTRIBUTES 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-ATTRIBUTES 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-MAIL-BOX-ID 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-MAIL-BOX-ID 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-MESSAGE-CONTENT 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-MESSAGE-CONTENT 5 -- example value MINIMUM-FOR-RECEIVED-INFORMATION 1 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-RECEIVED-INFORMATION 5 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-RECORDING-TIME 5 -- example value NUM-OF-MESSAGE-IDS 2 -- example value MAXIMUM-FOR-RECORDED-MESSAGE-UNITS 5 -- example value NUM-OF-VARIABLE-PARTS 5 -- example value -- must be 5 or -- greater. } END -- Generated by Asnp, the ASN.1 pretty-printer of France Telecom R&D
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Score: 502603.6 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ....3/2001/IN-SCF-SRF-Classes.asn
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