CDR Converter
How to use the CDR Converter ?

This page shows how easy is the conversion of CDR messages to XML or CSV with the Marben CDR Converter.

Consider the following CDR syntax in cdrSample1.asn file:

  MyModule DEFINITIONS AUTOMATIC TAGS ::=
  BEGIN

  CDR ::=SEQUENCE {
    rc CHOICE
    {
      transit       SET
      {
        tAC                OCTET STRING,
        callingSubscriIMSI OCTET STRING,
        chargingCase       INTEGER
      },

      mSOriginating SET
      {
        tAC                OCTET STRING,
        callingSubscriIMSI OCTET STRING,
        tariffSwitchInd    ENUMERATED
        {
          noTariffSwitch(0),
          tariffSwitchAfterStartOfCharg(2)
        }
      }
    }
  }

The CDR messages are given in a file cdrSample1.ber.

Conversion to XML

Executing the following command will convert all CDR messages to XML and store the result in the output file cdrSample1.xml:

cdrconvert -asn cdrSample1.asn -i cdrSample1.ber -o cdrSample1.xml

Opening the output file cdrSample1.xml looks like:

  <CDR>
    <rc>
      <mSOriginating>
        <tAC>04020B</tAC>
        <callingSubscriIMSI>32149530978911F7</callingSubscriIMSI>
        <tariffSwitchInd><noTariffSwitch/></tariffSwitchInd>
      </mSOriginating>
    </rc>
  </CDR>
  <CDR>
    <rc>
      <transit>
        <tAC>01020D</tAC>
        <callingSubscriIMSI>32149530392129F8</callingSubscriIMSI>
        <chargingCase>69</chargingCase>
      </transit>
    </rc>
  </CDR>
  <CDR>
    <rc>
      <mSOriginating>
        <tAC>04020B</tAC>
        <callingSubscriIMSI>32149500132532F0</callingSubscriIMSI>
        <tariffSwitchInd><tariffSwitchAfterStartOfCharg/></tariffSwitchInd>
      </mSOriginating>
    </rc>
  </CDR>
  <CDR>
    <rc>
      <mSOriginating>
        <tAC>01020E</tAC>
        <callingSubscriIMSI>3214950013253312</callingSubscriIMSI>
        <tariffSwitchInd><noTariffSwitch/></tariffSwitchInd>
      </mSOriginating>
    </rc>
  </CDR>
  <CDR>
    <rc>
      <transit>
        <tAC>04020B</tAC>
        <callingSubscriIMSI>3214950013253480</callingSubscriIMSI>
       <chargingCase>39</chargingCase>
      </transit>
    </rc>
  </CDR>

Conversion to CSV

Executing the following command will convert all CDR messages to CSV and store the result in the output file cdrSample1.csv:

cdrconvert -asn cdrSample1.asn -i cdrSample1.ber -o cdrSample1.csv -f csv

Opening the output file cdrSample1.csv looks like:

;;;04020B;32149530978911F7;noTariffSwitch
01020D;32149530392129F8;69;;;
;;;04020B;32149500132532F0;tariffSwitchAfterStartOfCharg
;;;01020E;3214950013253312;noTariffSwitch
04020B;3214950013253480;39;;;

Opening the output file cdrSample.csv with a spreadsheet application gives:

transit
.tAC
transit
.callingSubscriIMSI
transit
.chargingCase
mSOriginating
.tAC
mSOriginating
.callingSubscriIMSI
mSOriginating
.tariffSwitchInd
   04020B32149530978911F7noTariffSwitch
01020D32149530392129F869   
   04020B32149500132532F0tariffSwitchAfterStartOfCharg
   01020E3214950013253312noTariffSwitch
04020B321495001325348039   

Feel free to contact our support service in order to get your ASN.1 values converted. Simply send us your ASN.1 syntax and your ASN.1 values. Or ask for your own free trial.

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