LHO-SCP Configuration

As the available LHO-SCP configuration is extensive, it is broken into several sections. The overall structure of the LHO-SCP configuration within an N2SVCD configuration is as follows:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<n2svcd>
  ...
  <applications>
    ...
    <application name="<application instance name>" module="DsgScpApp">
      <include>
        <lib>../../n2scp/apps/lho_scp/lib</lib>
        <lib>../../n2scp/lib</lib>
      </include>
      <parameters>
        <!-- Top-level parameters for LHO-SCP overall configuration -->
      </parameters>
      <config>
        <normalisation>
          <!-- Normalisation rules for the LHO-SCP -->
        </normalisation>
        <denormalisation>
          <!-- Denormalisation rules for the LHO-SCP -->
        </denormalisation>
        <ssps>
          <!-- SSP selection rules for the LHO-SCP -->
        </ssps>
        <srps>
          <!-- Available SRPs for the LHO-SCP -->
        </srps>
        <trace_traps>
          <!-- Pre-defined trace traps configuration -->
        </trace_traps>
      </config>
    </application>
    ...
  </application>
  ...
</n2svcd>

Note that the configuration uses the term “SSP” to refer to both INAP SSP and CAMEL MSC endpoints.

These configuration sections are set out in the following pages:

The LHO-SCP specific configuration sections are set out in the following pages:

Also the following common SCP configuration pages are relevant:

In the case where the LHO-SCP is deployed as a supporting component for a standard N-Squared solution such as N2ACD-SCP, you will find additional “standard deployment” guidelines within the technical guide for that standard solution, including the configuration of the N2ACD-SCP plugin components such as the N2ACD Lua Service and Service Loader.