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:
- Normalisation and Denormalisation Configuration
- SSP Selection Configuration
- SRP Configuration
- Trace Trap Configuration
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.