TCAP ISM: Don't generate ERROR REPORT on stop due to timer expiry

If we don't state 'normal' as 'stop' reason, gen_fsm will generate an
ERROR_REPORT, which is not what we want here.
master
Harald Welte 10 years ago
parent ad354b3136
commit 82d7f610ee
  1. 8
      TCAP/src/ITU/tcap_ism_fsm.erl

@ -154,7 +154,7 @@ wait_for_reject('terminate', State) ->
wait_for_reject({timer_expired, reject}, State) ->
% reject timer expiry
% terminate
{stop, rej_timer_exp, State}.
{stop, normal, State}.
op_sent_cl2(P=#'TC-U-REJECT'{}, State) ->
% TC-U-ERROR.ind to user
@ -176,7 +176,7 @@ op_sent_cl2(Op, State) when
% stop invocation timer
timer:cancel(State#state.inv_timer),
% terminate
{stop, class2_result, State};
{stop, normal, State};
op_sent_cl2('terminate', State) ->
% terminate
{stop, normal, State}.
@ -214,7 +214,7 @@ op_sent_cl4(Op, State) ->
% stop invocation timer
timer:cancel(State#state.inv_timer),
% terminate
{stop, cl4_op_received, State}.
{stop, normal, State}.
handle_event({timer_expired, invoke}, _StateName, State) ->
% invocation timer expiry
@ -222,7 +222,7 @@ handle_event({timer_expired, invoke}, _StateName, State) ->
% TC-L-CANCEL.ind to user
P = #'TC-L-CANCEL'{dialogueID = DlgId, invokeID = InvId},
gen_fsm:send_event(State#state.usap, P),
{stop, inv_timer_expired, State}.
{stop, normal, State}.
%% handle any other message
handle_info(Info, StateName, State) ->

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