[SR-Users] event_route[dialog:failed] and Warning "script writer didn't realese transaction"

Daniel-Constantin Mierla miconda at gmail.com
Mon Sep 10 09:56:55 CEST 2012


the warning is harmless. I can't say right now what is exact relation 
between the dialog event route and it, I will have to look at sources -- 
dialog module registers some callbacks. But at the end, everything 
should go fine.

I would create the dialog only when it is pretty much clear the invite 
is relayed, unless you have other purposes for it, makes no much sense 
to add the overhead of creating dialog structures just to destroy them 
in next lines of the config.


On 9/9/12 2:15 PM, Uri Shacked wrote:
> Hi,
> I started using testing the event_route[dialog:failed].
> On my scenario, I receive an INVITE, use t_newtran(), check some stuff 
> and send a failure reply like 3XX or 4XX.
> I use send_reply() and can see that the TM sends the reply.
> Now, if I use event_route[dialog:failed], I keep on getting the 
> warning "script writer didn't release transaction".
> IfI delete the event_route[dialog:failed] from the script, the warning 
> does not appear.
> My solution was to work stateless, which is OK for this scenario.
> But, still,
> What does this event_route has that shows this warning?
> Why doesn't the transaction being released? (I tried to use t_reply as 
> well and still the same).
> Thanks,
> Uri
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