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Queries on OCOMC Patch Set 3 Documentation (Doc ID 2054376.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 23, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Offline Mediation Controller - Version and later
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On : version, Other

1. When we are using Multi Thread CC/DC, we have seen the following section in the documentation:-

For ASCII DC file-based cartridges: "If Multi Threadedand Enable Ordering are enabled, the maximum number of records set in the Max Records Per Filefield in the File Output node tab is disregarded. Files retain the original number of records received by the ASCII DC node."

The above is a bit confusing.

For example, say if an input file is having 10 records, out of which 5 records are routed to JDBC DC and 5 records reached ASCII DC - In this scenario. can you explain above? How does it work?

2. Can I use multi thread CC followed by Multi thread EP without using Multi thread DC - is this acceptable ?

3. Again in the online doc,

About Processing CDRs at File Level

"The node chains contain a single flow without any splits"
     What does this mean ? If we use direct routing so can not use the File Level Transactions i.e., spliting the record to different destinations?

Note: Please check the following URL for online doc or in downloaded pdf doc: patchset3_release_note_e36137.pdf 

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