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Web-based access to the IN service management-a TOCTIS implementation

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4 Author(s)
H. Arai ; Oki Electr. Ind. Co. Ltd., Chiba, Japan ; N. Nakagawa ; H. Kamata ; M. Kawanishi

This paper presents OKI's implementation of a Web-based customer network management for an intelligent network (IN) service management system, in which a TINA service session model is applied. The development is done as a part of our project on software-based IN, named TOCTIS (Telecommunications Open Components for Tailored Intelligent Services). TOCTIS is a collection of IN functional entities (FEs) and other software components, which can be configured into variety of telecommunication-application servers. In TOCTIS, the Ret (retailer) reference point of a TINA business model is applied between the IN service subscriber and the IN service provider, where a consumer-retailer relationship is relevant. This paper mainly focuses on the access session part of the Ret, and identifies the diversion of our implementation from the current TINA-C specification and its reasons. Also the paper discusses advantages and disadvantages of TINA-based product development, including its design flexibility, ease of integration with non-TINA systems, and impact on the development time

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Telecommunications Information Networking Architecture Conference Proceedings, 1999. TINA '99

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