Re: Section 8.2.4, stray messages received at the container
- From: Tom Strickland <
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- Subject: Re: Section 8.2.4, stray messages received at the container
- Date: Fri, 28 Feb 2014 09:13:20 +0000
I agree with Binod.
On 27 February 2014 04:49, binod pg
> I would prefer option 1. Also, responses will be discarded silently.
> - Binod.
> On 2/26/2014 10:17 PM, Nitzan Nissim wrote:
>> One of our customers pointed to the following section as being
>> Section 8.2.4 (6.2.4 in JSR 289)
>> "When a SipSession terminates, either because the parent application
>> session timed out or because the SipSession was explicitly invalidated,
>> container MUST purge all state of that SipSession from its memory. In such
>> a case, if a subsequent request or response belonging to the corresponding
>> dialog is received, the container is free to handle it in either of the
>> following ways:
>> 1.Reject the request by sending a 481 error response or
>> 2.Route the request or response without application involvement"
>> Letting this be decided by the container implementation presents a
>> portability issue (as our customer ran into...)
>> To maintain portability, the spec needs to decide on one way or another,
>> it should provide a way to an app to select a preferred one (which might
>> difficult when there are multiple apps installed).
>> Choosing one way and making it mandatory is the easier option to resolve
>> this issue, so we support that at this point. (The way to go #1 or #2 will
>> need to be voted on by the EG)
>> We would like to hear what the rest of the group thinks.
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