7.1.5 IPFaultManager

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Figure 7-6: State Transition Diagram for Fault Manager

7.1.5.1 Framework Active state

This is the normal state of the framework, which is fully functional and able to handle requests from both applications and services capability features.

7.1.5.2 Framework Faulty state

In this state, the framework has detected an internal problem with itself such that application and services capability features cannot communicate with it anymore; attempts to invoke any methods that belongs to any SCFs of the framework returns an error. If the framework ever recover, application with fault management callbacks will be notified via a fwFaultRecoveryInd message.

7.1.5.3 The Service Activity Test state

In this state, the framework is performing a test on one service capability feature. If the SCF is faulty, applications with fault management callbacks are notified accordingly through a svcUnavailableInd message.

7.1.5.4 The Framework Activity Test state

In this state, the framework is performing self-diagnostic test. If a problem is diagnosed, all applications with fault management callbacks are notified through a fwFaultReportInd message.