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raheel_advcomm
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« on: July 10, 2006, 17:03:32 UTC »

Hi All,

Can anyone please clear the role of IS41-Close and IS41-Delimiter primitive in the following scenarios 
 
1- When transmitting request with one invoke ID against one outgoing Dialog ID. Like always using 0 as invokeID for every outgoing DialogID.
 
2- When transmitting request with multiple invoke ID's against one outgoing Dialog ID. Like using -128 to 127 as invokeID for every outgoing DialogID.
 
3- Also what should one select between IS41-CLOSE and IS41_Delimiter when transmitting response back for incoming dialog ID.
 
Thanks

Raheel
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parasa
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« Reply #1 on: July 12, 2006, 06:04:17 UTC »


3- Also what should one select be
tween IS41-CLOSE and IS41_Delimiter when transmitting response back for incoming dialog ID.

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Better to use IS41_delimiter as the peer entity doesn't have any idea of any pending messages from the originating side.. So if there is another message from the sender node then it would like to continue on the same dialogue..
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Thanks & regards,

Parasa kiran
India
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