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About this Resource

Defines a Protocol Repair Message Table to be used in a SIP Signaling Group. Protocol Repair Message Tables contain Header Rules, Request Line Rules, Status Line Rules and Raw Message Rules. These are maintained within a Message Table by segregated ID ranges.

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Resource Schema


Parameter Name Required Service Affecting Data Type Default Value Possible Values Description
DescriptionNoNostringnone64 - Max Length Description of Message Table
ResultTypeYesNoEnum1Possible values:
  • 0 - eRtMandatory
  • 1 - eRtOptional
Specifies the result type of this message table, to go on to the next table configured in the signaling group. If eRtMandatory, and this table fails, all other tables in the signaling group will be dropped. If eRtOptional, then continue to the next table unconditionally.
SequenceYesNostringnone2000 - Max Length List of Rule Identifier references, which may be either Response Line, Status Line, Header, or Message Rules. Max of 32 Header Rules per Message Table. This list conveys the sequence in which the rules in this table are executed. Provided as a comma-separated string of header rule the entry IDs.
MessageTypeYesNoEnum0Possible values:
  • 0 - eSPRMsg_All
  • 1 - eSPRMsg_AllRequests
  • 2 - eSPRMsg_AllResponses
  • 3 - eSPRMsg_List
Specifies which message types will be handled by this table. If the value is eSPRMsg_List then the MessageTypeList attribute must indicate which messages are to be handled, otherwise the MessageTypeList attribute is ignored.
MessageTypeListYesNostringnone2000 - Max Length Comma-separated list of SIP message types (request or response) to be handled by this table. If MessageType is eSPRMsg_List then this attribute contains the message list, otherwise this attribute is ignored. A maximum of 20 entries are allowed.
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