27.22.3 Servicing of proactive UICC commands

31.1243GPPMobile Equipment (ME) conformance test specificationRelease 16TSUniversal Subscriber Identity Module Application Toolkit (USAT) conformance test specification Definition and applicability

See clause 3.2.2. Conformance requirement

On detection of a pending USIM Application Toolkit command from the UICC the ME shall perform the FETCH command to retrieve the proactive UICC command. The result of the executed command shall be transmitted from the ME to the UICC within a TERMINAL RESPONSE command.

The MORE TIME proactive command is used in this test. The ME shall have knowledge of this command, but may not support this USIM Application Toolkit facility.

– TS 31.111 [15] clause 6.3. Test purpose

To verify that the ME uses the FETCH command to obtain the proactive UICC command, after detection of a pending proactive UICC command. The pending proactive UICC command is indicated by the response parameters ’91 xx’ from the UICC.

To verify that the ME transmits the result of execution of the proactive UICC command to the UICC in the TERMINAL RESPONSE command. Method of test Initial conditions

The ME is connected to the USIM Simulator.

The elementary files are coded as the USIM Application Toolkit default.

The USIM Simulator is configured to indicate that a proactive UICC command is pending.

The USIM Simulator is configured to monitor the UICC – ME interface. Procedure

a) The ME is powered on.

b) After the ME has performed the PROFILE DOWNLOAD procedure, the USIM Simulator indicates that a Proactive UICC Command is pending with SW1 / SW2 of ’91 0B’.

c) After the ME sends the FETCH command to the USIM Simulator, the USIM Simulator returns Proactive UICC Command 2.1: MORE TIME. Test requirement

1) After step b) the ME shall send the FETCH command to the UICC.

2) After step c) the ME shall send the TERMINAL REPONSE command with command number "01", type of command "02" and command qualifier "00".