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Content for  TS 22.078  Word version:  16.0.0

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7  Procedures for serving network dialled servicesWord‑p. 39

The purpose of this procedure is to detect a match between the called party number and a stored network service number at the call set-up request. It is to allow the CSE to modify the handling of the call set-up request. If this procedure is triggered it shall happen after processing of Subscribed Dialled Services triggered via the CSI. If any other CAMEL dialogue has changed the called party number then the modified called party number is used for conditional triggering check.

7.1  Initiation of contact with the CSEWord‑p. 39

If:
  • The call set up request occurs, and
  • The call set up request procedure is passed, and
  • The PLMN is provisioned with network based service information
Then the VPLMN shall suspend call processing, make contact with the CSE and await further instructions.

7.2  Further processing of the callWord‑p. 40

If a relationship exists with a CSE, then when the serving network has made contact with the CSE, the CSE shall be able to instruct the serving network to act as described below:
  • Release the call;
  • Continue the call processing;
  • Continue the call processing with modified information;
  • Perform charging activities (the CSE is only allowed to include charging data in the Call Data Record);
  • Order in-band user interaction. (Interaction between the service triggered from previous triggering may be needed to avoid duplicated guidance etc.)
If no relationship exists with a CSE for the call, then when the serving network has made contact with the CSE, the CSE shall be able to instruct the serving network to act as described below:
  • Perform charging activities;
  • Activate subsequent control service events for the call. The CSE shall have the possibility to send the following information:
    • The subsequent service event which shall be detected and reported:
      • Called party alert;
      • Called party connection;
      • Call disconnection;
      • Calling party abandon;
      • Unsuccessful call establishment. In the case of no answer the CSE may provide a no answer timer;
      • Mid call event (DTMF). The CSE shall specify the digit string(s) for which the instruction is valid. . The arming and detection of the mid call event shall be limited to the VPLMN;
      • Change of Position. The CSE may specify notification criteria. The arming and detection of the Change of Position event shall be limited to the VPLMN;
      • Change of basic service.
    • The party in the call for which the event shall be detected and reported (calling or called party);
    • The type of monitoring (control or notification).
  • Order in-band user interaction.
There shall be no restriction regarding the order of the above instructions or the number of times each of the above instructions can be repeated. Once the CSE has concluded issuing the above instructions, it shall issue one and only one of the following instructions:
  • Allow the call processing to continue unchanged;
  • Allow the call processing with modified information;
  • Continue the handling of the calling party without routeing the call to the destination;
  • Release the call.
Due to interworking problems, the service operator shall ensure that sending of e-values and call period control is not used by the other services in the same call of the served subscriber with Enhanced CSE capability for Dialled Services.
Further processing of the call continues as detailed in Section 5.3, and the CSE contact initiated at this procedure is terminated.
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8  Procedures for Call Party Handling |R4|Word‑p. 41

CPH procedures only apply to speech telephony (TS11) as defined in TS 22.003. For a SCUDIF call see clause 21.
CPH procedures apply to MO, MF, MT, VT, TO and CSE initiated calls. If the served subscriber is involved in a CPH configuration controlled by her CSE, then any further MO or MT call setup request involving the served subscriber shall be handled by a separate relationship with the served subscriber's CSE. This new relationship may lead to the creation of a further CPH configuration for the served subscriber. The service logic for one CSE relationship is not necessarily aware of what is happening in another CSE relationship involving the same served subscriber.
It is not required to transfer a leg or a group of legs between separate CPH configurations.
Where service logic involves Call Party Handling procedures, the Service Interaction Indicators Two parameter should be used to manage interactions with Supplementary Services (CF, CD and MPTY for each call leg and ECT and HOLD for the served subscriber).
The CSE shall be able to add parties to, or remove parties from, the group. Each party in this group can communicate with all other parties in the group. The IPLMN/VPLMN shall support at least 6 parties (of which one may be a Specialised Resource Function) in a group.
If a control relationship exists, the CSE may order in-band user interaction with any held call party at any point during the active phase of the call leg.
Charging activities shall be possible during a CPH configuration as indicated in clause 15.
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8.1  CPH procedures for an existing call |R5|Word‑p. 41

8.1.1  Creating additional parties in the callWord‑p. 41

The purpose of this procedure is to allow the CSE to create additional parties in a call at any point during that call. The CSE initiated call leg shall be created in the held state in the IPLMN/VPLMN of the served subscriber.
If a control relationship exists, it shall be possible for the CSE to instruct the IPLMN/VPLMN of the served subscriber to initiate a new call leg to an additional party. The new call leg shall form part of the existing CPH configuration.
If a CSE initiated new call leg is created within a CAMEL relationship for a mobile originated call (MO case) or for a mobile terminating call in the VPLMN (VT case), the CSE initiated new leg in the VPLMN shall be subject to the Outgoing Call Barring Supplementary Services and the Outgoing Operator Determined Barring categories. However the CSE shall be able to instruct the VPLMN to suppress the invocation for the new leg of conditional barring of outgoing calls by the call barring supplementary service and operator determined barring as indicated in subclause 18.8.
The CSE shall be able to instruct the IPLMN to suppress the triggering of terminating CAMEL-based services in the IPLMN for the additional party.
If the CSE sends a request to initiate a new call leg the events relating to unsuccessful call establishment and answer should be armed by the CSE to maintain a control relationship.
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8.1.2  Placing an individual call party on holdWord‑p. 41

The purpose of this procedure is to allow the CSE to instruct the IPLMN/VPLMN to place an individual call party on hold.
The CSE may instruct the IPLMN/VPLMN to put a call party on hold at any point during the active phase of the call leg if a control relationship exists.
The CSE shall be able to instruct the IPLMN/VPLMN to send a notification towards the held party indicating that she has been placed on hold. The notification shall be a tone or an announcement.
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8.1.3  Releasing call partiesWord‑p. 42

The purpose of this procedure is to allow the CSE to instruct the IPLMN/VPLMN to release an individual call party or all the call parties in a CPH configuration.
The CSE may instruct the IPLMN/VPLMN to release all the call parties in a CPH configuration at any point in a call if a control relationship exists.
The CSE may instruct the IPLMN/VPLMN to release an individual CSE-initiated call party at any point in a call if a control relationship exists.
If, at the initial service event, the CSE instructed the IPLMN/VPLMN not to route the call directly to the destination, then the CSE may instruct the IPLMN/VPLMN to release the calling party at any point in a call if a control relationship exists.
If, at the initial service event, the CSE instructed the IPLMN/VPLMN to proceed with the call as normal then the CSE may instruct the IPLMN/VPLMN to release the calling party or the called party during the active phase of the call only.
The release of the served subscriber shall not necessarily lead to the disconnection of the other parties in the CPH configuration.
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8.1.4  Connecting an individual call party to the groupWord‑p. 42

The purpose of this procedure is to allow the CSE to instruct the IPLMN/VPLMN to connect an individual call party to the group.
If, at the initial service event, the CSE instructed the IPLMN/VPLMN not to route the call leg directly to the destination, then the CSE may instruct the IPLMN/VPLMN to connect a separate held call party to the group at any point during the alerting and active phases of the call leg if a control relationship exists. The CSE may instruct the IPLMN/VPLMN to connect a held call party to the group also if the following conditions are met;
  • a control relationship exists, and
  • the original call state model in the target call segment is either in the Call set-up request procedure or Incoming call request procedure, and
  • the original outgoing leg of the target call segment has been disconnected.
If, at the initial service event, the CSE instructed the IPLMN/VPLMN to proceed with the call as normal then the CSE may instruct the IPLMN/VPLMN to connect a held call party to the group at any point during the alerting and active phases of the call leg if a control relationship exists and at least one call leg in the group has reached the active phase.
If the CSE has initiated the call, it may instruct the IPLMN/VPLMN to connect another held call party to the group at any point during the alerting and active phases of the call leg.
The CSE shall be able to instruct the IPLMN/VPLMN to send a notification towards the previously held party indicating that she has been connected to the group. The CSE shall be able to instruct the IPLMN/VPLMN to send a notification towards the other party or parties in the group indicating that an additional party has been connected to the group. The notification shall be a tone or an announcement.
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8.2  Creating a new call |R5|Word‑p. 43

The purpose of this procedure is to allow the CSE to create a new call to the served subscriber.
It shall be possible for the CSE to instruct the IPLMN/VPLMN of the served subscriber to initiate a new call on behalf of the served subscriber. The IPLMN/VPLMN shall have the possibility to reject this request. The CSE shall be able to instruct the HPLMN to suppress the invocation of Incoming call barrings for a CSE initiated call.
The CSE shall be able to instruct the HPLMN to suppress the triggering of terminating CAMEL-based services in the VPLMN for the served subscriber.
The CSE shall be able to instruct the IPLMN to suppress the triggering of terminating CAMEL-based services in the IPLMN for the served subscriber.
If the CSE sends a request to initiate a call the events relating to unsuccessful call establishment and answer should be armed by the CSE to maintain a control relationship.
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