This command allows you to add or remove ruledefs from a group-of-ruledefs.
A maximum of 128 ruledefs can be added to a group-of-ruledefs.
Security Administrator, Administrator
Exec > ACS Configuration > ACS Group-of-Ruledefs Configuration
active-charging service service_name > group-of-ruledefs group_name
Entering the above command sequence results in the following prompt:
add-ruledef priority ruledef_priority ruledef ruledef_name no add-ruledef priority ruledef_priority
If previously configured, specifies that the ruledef associated with the specified priority number be removed from the current group-of-ruledefs.
Specifies priority of the ruledef in the current group-of-ruledefs.
ruledef_priority must be unique in the group-of-ruledefs, and must be an integer from 1 through 10000.
Specifies name of the ruledef to add to the current group-of-ruledefs.
ruledef_name must be the name of an ACS ruledef, and must be an alpha and/or numeric string of 1 through 63 characters.
Use this command to add/remove ruledefs from a group-of-ruledefs.
A group-of-ruledefs can contain optimizable ruledefs. Whether a group is optimized or not is decided on whether all the ruledefs in the group-of-ruledefs can be optimized, and if the group is included in a rulebase that has optimization turned on, then the group will be optimized.
When a new ruledef is added, it is checked if it is included in any group-of-ruledefs, and whether it needs to be optimized, etc.
add-ruledef priority 3 ruledef ruledef23