[SR-Users] Adding dialogs to a profile in a failure_route
miconda at gmail.com
Tue Apr 29 15:03:39 CEST 2014
On 28/04/14 19:49, Alex Balashov wrote:
> Am I not allowed to call dlg_manage() and add a dialog to a profile
> inside a request_route that is called out of a failure_route?
> The sequence of events is like this:
> 1. INVITE ---------------->
> 2. <---------- 302 redirect
> 3. ACK ------------------->
> 4. INVITE (new branch) --->
> It's in #4 that I add the dialog to a profile and call dlg_manage().
> There's a slight ambiguity because I am calling in a request_route,
> but the request_route is really called from a failure_route that
> catches the 302. It contains common logic that is used in both #1 and
> #4. So, the message being processed is 302, but the execution context
> is request_route.
> The docs say that dlg_manage() can be used in a request_route, and
> that set_dlg_profile() can be called from request/branch/reply/failure
> routes. But, I suppose it's logical that dlg_manage() ought to operate
> on the initial dialog-opening request. However, since the 302 is part
> of the same transaction as the initial INVITE, I would think that's
> okay. Is it?
> Anyway, I get these messages a lot:
> Apr 28 17:41:04 p01 /usr/local/sbin/kamailio: CRITICAL: dialog
> [dlg_profile.c:444]: set_dlg_profile(): BUG - dialog not found in a
> non REQUEST route (1)
> Apr 28 17:41:04 p02 /usr/local/sbin/kamailio: ERROR: dialog
> [dialog.c:800]: w_set_dlg_profile(): failed to set profile
> At no point am I actually calling set_dlg_profile() outside of a
> request_route, but the request_route might be called from a
> So, the question is, am I doing something wrong? What's the best way
> to accommodate this scenario? I don't know if I want to track the
> dialog or add it to a profile until after I get the 302.
I guess dialog has to be created in main request_route (or sub-route
block executed from there) as it relies on some tm callbacks that could
be related to transaction creation and first time forwarding.
Daniel-Constantin Mierla - http://www.asipto.com
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