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Upon Success, the call is then routed to the Outbound Signaling Group as specified in the #Destination Information Panel of the Call Route Entry and no further routing is performed.

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Call Flow With Forking

As with the example above, the call flow begins the same way with the call going to the CRT and the CRT passing the information to a Transformation Table and receiving a success or failure.

If a CRT entry is not forked and the transformation fails, the call is passed to the next element in the table and its associated transformation is tested. If the transformation is successful the call is sent to the destination Signaling Group and no further traversing of the table occurs.

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If a CRT entry is forked and the associated transformation fails, the call is passed to the next element in the table as above.

If that CRT entry is forked, whether or not its transformation fails, the call is passed to the next entry in the CRT. If that successive entry succeeds and it is not forked, the call is sent to the destination Signaling Group and no further traversing of the table occurs.

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Destination Information Panel

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