[sr-dev] Why sip_msg_apply_changes can't be executed from BRANCH_FAILURE_ROUTE?
i.ribakov at zaleos.net
Wed Jul 14 13:24:25 CEST 2021
Does anyone have any idea about this?
> On 7 Jul 2021, at 15:04, Ivan Ribakov <i.ribakov at zaleos.net> wrote:
> Hi Daniel,
> According to textops module documentation, use of “set_body_multipart” requires the execution of “msg_apply_changes()” (tested) - https://kamailio.org/docs/modules/5.2.x/modules/textops.html#textops.f.set_body_multipart <https://kamailio.org/docs/modules/5.2.x/modules/textops.html#textops.f.set_body_multipart>
> Also tested patching Kamailio to allow execution of “msg_apply_changes()” from branch route but that caused a core dump so didn’t look further in that direction.
> Can you recommend a way to add different body parts to egress INVITEs depending on the branch?
>> On 7 Jul 2021, at 08:10, Daniel-Constantin Mierla <miconda at gmail.com <mailto:miconda at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> you do not need to use explicitly msg_apply_changes(), the modifications
>> done to sip message are applied when it is sent out.
>> The restriction to use msg_apply_changes() after transaction is created
>> comes from the complexity of transaction structure and its states. There
>> can be retransmissions at various stages for outgoing branches, internal
>> callbacks executed, timer checks, ... referencing to the message that
>> created the transaction. msg_apply_changes() will change it, impacting
>> But again, you can add/remove headers, etc ... in branch routes and
>> changes will be applied when sending out.
>> On 06.07.21 15:34, Ivan Ribakov wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> I need to modify headers and body of the ingress INVITE in the BRANCH_FAILURE_ROUTE block to reflect failure to deliver message to the first destination and include some additional information. However checking the documentation of the “sip_msg_apply_changes” (https://github.com/kamailio/kamailio/blob/master/src/core/msg_translator.c#L3342-L3345 <https://github.com/kamailio/kamailio/blob/master/src/core/msg_translator.c#L3342-L3345>) I can see that it can only be executed from request and reply routes. That seems overly restrictive. Can someone shine some light on why is that and whether it’s safe to patch this part of the code to allow function execution from BRANCH_FAILURE_ROUTE as well?
>>> Thanks in advance,
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