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TMF641 conformance for CancelServiceOrder

  • 1.  TMF641 conformance for CancelServiceOrder

    TM Forum Member
    Posted Jun 15, 2021 00:49
    Hi all,

    In TMF641 v4.1, CancelServiceOrder resource has a field completionMessage defined as string.

    We have a use-case where cancelserviceOrder state=done when cancel request is denied(Service Order has not been cancelled) then provider needs to respond back with an object to give further direction to the consumer.

    The conformance profile document of TMF641 v4.1 does not have any mention of cancelserviceOrder resource and its attributes.
    Wondering if this resource will be tested for conformance or not?

    Any pointers on this will be great.

    cc: @Rati Mehrotra

    Thanks,
    Amita​

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    Amita Giriya
    Telstra Corporation
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  • 2.  RE: TMF641 conformance for CancelServiceOrder

    TM Forum Member
    Posted Jun 15, 2021 02:13
    Hi Amita
    In general, the conformance profile documents only mention mandatory attributes.
    If something is not mentioned in the conformance profile, it won't be tested by the CTK.
    Adding @Ludovic Robert and @Henrique Rodrigues for confirmation.

    Hope it helps​​​

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    Jonathan Goldberg
    Amdocs Management Limited
    Any opinions and statements made by me on this forum are purely personal, and do not necessarily reflect the position of the TM Forum or my employer.
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  • 3.  RE: TMF641 conformance for CancelServiceOrder

    TM Forum Member
    Posted Jun 16, 2021 01:18
    Hi @Jonathan Goldberg

    Thanks for your response.
    @Ludovic Robert and @Henrique Rodrigues could you please confirm?

    One more observation in 641 conformance document for ServiceOrder resource, there are instances when conformance for optional attributes is given (example below) while for some optional attributes like ​​errorMessage and milestone it is not available. Is there any rule which suggests what all optional attributes are covered in conformance test?



    ​Thanks,
    Amita​

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    Amita Giriya
    Telstra Corporation
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