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TS 24.333 (CT1)
Proximity-Services (ProSe)
Management Objects (MO)

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Rapporteur:  Mrs. Chaponniere, Lena

The present document defines Management Objects (MO) that are used to configure the ProSe-enabled UE. The MOs are compatible with the OMA Device Management (DM) protocol specifications, version 1.2 and upwards, and are defined using the OMA DM Device Description Framework (DDF) as described in the Enabler Release Definition OMA-ERELD-DM-V1_2.
The MOs consist of relevant parameters for provisioning and authorisation of ProSe at the ProSe-enabled UE.
The protocol aspects for ProSe are described in TS 24.334.
The ProSe Direct Services Provisioning MO is used to manage ProSe direct discovery authorisation and provisioning information for a ProSe-enabled non-public safety UE.
The MO identifier is: urn:oma:mo:ext-3gpp-prose-direct-provisioning:1.0.
The UE may initiate the provision of all available information from the DPF, using a client-initiated session Alert message of code "Generic Alert" (see OMA-TS-DM_Protocol-V1_2). When requesting all available information from the DPF, the "Type" element of the OMA DM generic alert message shall be set to "urn:oma:mo:ext-3gpp-prosedirect-provisioning:1.0:provision", the "LocURI" element (inside the "Source" element) shall be set to the address of the ProSe Direct Services Provisioning MO as specified by OMA-TS-DM_Protocol-V1_2 and the "Data" element is not included.
The OMA DM Access Control List (ACL) property mechanism (see OMA-ERELD-DM-V1_2) may be used to grant or deny access rights to OMA DM servers in order to modify nodes and leaf objects of the ProSe Direct Services Provisioning MO.