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TS 29.198-04-3 (CT)
Open Service Access (OSA) API
Part 4: Call Control
Subpart 3: Multi-party Call Control Service Capability Feature

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V9.0.0 (PDF)  2009/12  98 p.
V8.0.0  2008/12  98 p.
V7.0.1  2006/09  96 p.
V6.6.1  2006/07  99 p.
V5.10.0  2005/06  93 p.

Rapporteur:  Mr. Unmehopa, Musa
See also:  TS 29.198-04

The Multi-party Call Control service enhances the functionality of the Generic Call Control Service with leg management. It also allows for multi-party calls to be established, i.e. up to a service specific number of legs can be connected simultaneously to the same call.

The Multi-party Call Control Service is represented by the IpMultiPartyCallControlManager, IpMultiPartyCall, IpCallLeg interfaces that interface to services provided by the network. Some methods are asynchronous, in that they do not lock a thread into waiting whilst a transaction performs. In this way, the client machine can handle many more calls, than one that uses synchronous message calls. To handle responses and reports, the developer must implement IpAppMultiPartyCallControlManager, IpAppMultiPartyCall and IpAppCallLeg to provide the callback mechanism.


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1 Scope2 References3 Definitions and abbreviations3.1 Definitions3.2 Abbreviations4 MultiParty Call Control Service Sequence Diagrams4.1 Application initiated call setup4.2 Call Barring 24.3 Call forwarding on Busy Service4.4 Call Information Collect Service4.5 Complex Card Service4.6 Hotline Service4.7 Network Controlled Notifications4.8 Use of the Redirected event5 Class Diagrams6 MultiParty Call Control Service Interface Classes6.1 Interface Class IpMultiPartyCallControlManager6.2 Interface Class IpAppMultiPartyCallControlManager6.3 Interface Class IpMultiPartyCall6.4 Interface Class IpAppMultiPartyCall6.5 Interface Class IpCallLeg6.6 Interface Class IpAppCallLeg7 MultiParty Call Control Service State Transition Diagrams7.1 State Transition Diagrams for IpMultiPartyCallControlManager7.2 State Transition Diagrams for IpMultiPartyCall7.3 State Transition Diagrams for IpCallLeg8 Multi-Party Call Control Service Properties8.1 List of Service Properties8.2 Service Property values for the CAMEL Service Environment.9 Multi-Party Call Control Data Definitions9.1 Event Notification Data Definitions9.2 Multi-Party Call Control Data DefinitionsA [N] OMG IDL Description of Multi-Party Call Control SCFB W3C WSDL Description of Multi-Party Call Control SCFC Java API Description of the Call Control SCFsD Description of Call Control Sub-part 3: Multi-party call control SCF for 3GPP2 cdma2000 networksD.1 General ExceptionsD.2 Specific ExceptionsE Change history


1  ScopePDF-p. 9
2  References
3  Definitions and abbreviationsPDF-p. 10
4  MultiParty Call Control Service Sequence Diagrams
5  Class Diagrams
6  MultiParty Call Control Service Interface ClassesPDF-p. 27
6.1  Interface Class IpMultiPartyCallControlManager
6.2  Interface Class IpAppMultiPartyCallControlManagerPDF-p. 33
6.3  Interface Class IpMultiPartyCall
6.4  Interface Class IpAppMultiPartyCall
6.5  Interface Class IpCallLegUp
6.6  Interface Class IpAppCallLeg
7  MultiParty Call Control Service State Transition Diagrams
8  Multi-Party Call Control Service PropertiesPDF-p. 73
9  Multi-Party Call Control Data DefinitionsPDF-p. 77
9.1  Event Notification Data Definitions
9.2  Multi-Party Call Control Data Definitions
9.2.1  IpCallLeg
9.2.2  IpCallLegRef
9.2.3  IpAppCallLeg
9.2.4  IpAppCallLegRefUp
9.2.5  IpMultiPartyCall
9.2.6  IpMultiPartyCallRefPDF-p. 78
9.2.7  IpAppMultiPartyCall
9.2.8  IpAppMultiPartyCallRef
9.2.9  IpMultiPartyCallControlManager
9.2.10  IpMultiPartyCallControlManagerRef
9.2.11  IpAppMultiPartyCallControlManager
9.2.12  IpAppMultiPartyCallControlManagerRef
9.2.13  TpAppCallLegRefSet
9.2.14  TpMultiPartyCallIdentifierUp
9.2.15  TpAppMultiPartyCallBack
9.2.16  TpAppMultiPartyCallBackRefTypePDF-p. 79
9.2.17  TpAppCallLegCallBack
9.2.18  TpMultiPartyCallIdentifierSet
9.2.19  TpCallAppInfo
9.2.20  TpCallAppInfoTypePDF-p. 80
9.2.21  TpCallAppInfoSet
9.2.22  TpCallEventRequest
9.2.23  TpCallEventRequestSet
9.2.24  TpCallEventTypePDF-p. 81Up
9.2.25  TpAdditionalCallEventCriteriaPDF-p. 83
9.2.26  TpCallEventInfo
9.2.27  TpCallAdditionalEventInfoPDF-p. 84
9.2.28  TpCallNotificationRequest
9.2.29  TpCallNotificationScope
9.2.30  TpCallNotificationInfoPDF-p. 85
9.2.31  TpCallNotificationReportScope
9.2.32  TpNotificationRequested
9.2.33  TpNotificationRequestedSet
9.2.34  TpReleaseCauseUp
9.2.35  TpReleaseCauseSetPDF-p. 86
9.2.36  TpCallLegIdentifier
9.2.37  TpCallLegIdentifierSet
9.2.38  TpCallLegAttachMechanism
9.2.39  TpCallLegConnectionProperties
9.2.40  TpCallLegInfoReportPDF-p. 87
9.2.41  TpCallLegInfoType
9.2.42  TpCallLegSuperviseTreatment
9.2.43  TpCallHighProbabilityCompletion
9.2.44  TpNotificationRequestedSetEntryPDF-p. 88Up
9.2.45  TpCarrierSet
9.2.46  TpCarrier
9.2.47  TpCarrierID
9.2.48  TpCarrierSelectionField
9.2.49  TpCallLegPropertyNamePDF-p. 89
9.2.50  TpCallLegPropertyNameList
9.2.51  TpCallLegPropertyValue
9.2.52  TpCallLegProperty
9.2.53  TpCallLegPropertyList
A (Normative)  OMG IDL Description of Multi-Party Call Control SCFPDF-p. 90Up
B  W3C WSDL Description of Multi-Party Call Control SCFPDF-p. 91
C  Java API Description of the Call Control SCFsPDF-p. 92
D  Description of Call Control Sub-part 3: Multi-party call control SCF for 3GPP2 cdma2000 networksPDF-p. 93
E  Change historyPDF-p. 95

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