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TS 29.199-17 (CT)
Open Service Access (OSA)
Parlay X web services
Part 17: Application-driven Quality of Service

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V9.0.0 (PDF)    2009/12    30 p.
V8.1.0    2009/10    30 p.
V7.0.2    2007/06    30 p.

Rapporteur:  Mr. Gunning, Darren
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Application Driven QoS is a service which enables applications to dynamically change the quality of service (e.g. bandwidth) available on end user network connections. Changes in QoS may be applied on either a temporary basis (i.e. for a defined period of time), or as the default QoS to be applied for a user each time they connect to the network.

Applications will govern the quality of service available to the end user by requesting that pre-defined QoS Feature profiles are applied on the end user's connection. It is the responsibility of the Service Provider to define these QoS Features and share them beforehand with application providers, along with a clear indication as to which of these can be used as temporary QoS Features and which can be used to set the default QoS on an end user connection.

This TS specifies the Application-driven Quality of Service (QoS) Web Service aspects of the interface.


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1   Scope   PDF-p. 6
2   References
3   Definitions and abbreviations
4   Detailed service description
5   Namespaces   PDF-p. 10
6   Sequence diagrams
7   XML Schema data type definition   PDF-p. 13
8   Web Service interface definition   PDF-p. 15
8.1   Interface: ApplicationQoS
8.2   Interface: ApplicationQoSNotificationManager   PDF-p. 21
8.3   Interface: ApplicationQoSNotification   PDF-p. 23
9   Fault definitions   PDF-p. 24
10   Service policies
A  (Normative)   WSDL of Application-driven QoS API   PDF-p. 25
B   Description of Parlay X Web Services Part 17: Application-driven Quality of Service (QoS) for 3GPP2 cdma2000 networks   PDF-p. 26      Up
C   Change history   PDF-p. 28

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