HLR Events  <event> 

Events which an HLR can initiate

Type:

  hlrEventType
RESTRICTIONS
DESCRIPTION
USED IN
REF POINT
cancel Initiate a Cancel Location from the Gr application gr Gr
insert Initiates a Insert Subscriber Data gr Gr
delete Initiates a Delete Subscriber gr Gr
reset Initiates a Reset Request. If a rate of 0 is provided (or no rate is configured), then the reset is considered as a HLR node reset, and no UE IDs are sent (i.e. all UEs related to this HLR). The reset event supports the peer_number additional information element gr Gr
provide Initiates a Provide Subscriber Info Request from the Gr application to the current registered location of the subscriber gr Gr
activate_trace Initiates a Activate Trace Mode Request from the Gr application to the current registered location of the subscriber gr Gr
deactivate_trace Initiates a Deactivate Trace Mode Request from the Gr application to the current registered location of the subscriber gr Gr
cancel Initiate a Cancel Location d D
insert Initiates a Insert Subscriber Data d D
delete Initiates a Delete Subscriber d D
reset Initiates a Reset Request. If a rate of 0 is provided (or no rate is configured), then the reset is considered as a HLR node reset, and no UE IDs are sent (i.e. all UEs related to this HLR). The reset event supports the peer_number additional information element d D
roaming Initiates a Provide Roaming Number Request from the D application to the current registered location of the subscriber d D
alert_sc Initiate an Alert SC from the C application c C
inform_sc Initiate an Inform SC from the C application c C
ready_for_gprs Initiate an Ready for GPRS indication from the Gc application gc Gc
send_sms Initiate an MT Forward SM from the Gd application gd Gd
note_subscriber_data_modified Initiate an Note Subscriber Data Modified from the J application j J
process_unstructured_ss_request Initiate an Process Unstructured SS Request from the J application j J
ss_invocation_notify Initiate an SS Invocation Notify from the J application j J
none Stops the referenced node action. Note: Application (app::xxx) should never be used with event::none in a node-specific command. N/A

PARENT ELEMENTS

Parent

Type

HLR Action <action> hlrActionType
HLR Action <action> hlrActionResponseType