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Event Driven Provisioning

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Event driven provisioning (also known as event notification) is how Aria interacts with your service delivery system(s), informing you of any creation/modification of accounts based on the events to which you have subscribed. This provides timely and accurate data that allows you to make decisions about providing or discontinuing services to your customers.

In Aria, you can specify the events about which you want to receive notifications. You can also specify the email addresses and/or URLs on your network to which event notifications are sent.

If you have event notifications sent to you as XML documents, you may choose to work with XML document definition files that describe the structure of the data in the event notifications that Aria sends to your system(s). One XML document definition is available for each event class. These files are available in XSD format. You can validate the data in the XML documents against the applicable XSD file.


Event Class Categorization

Event Class Number

Event Class



Events associated with the creation and modification of accounts and master plan instances records and their related data elements.


Events associated with the creation and modification of orders for inventory items.


Events associated with the creation of financial transactions on accounts and master plan instances.


Events associated with the preparation and transmission of email messages to account holders, billing contacts, statement contacts, etc.

11 Usage Monitoring Events associated with the monitoring of account usage values, balances, and thresholds, as well as their related data elements.
12 Product Class Events associated with products.  


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