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Nokalva Compiler -toed Option For Offline Mediation Controller (Doc ID 2475384.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 15, 2019

Applies to:

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

Customer use Nokalva compiler to create the java classes for Oracle Communications Offline Mediation Controller(OCOMC) and follows two options to compile:

-toed | -soed
Instructs the Abstract Syntax Notation One (ASN.1) compiler to generate Java code that is optimized either for speed or for size. Code optimized for speed is compatible with osstoed.jar, the time-optimized encoder/decoder library. Code optimized for size is compatible with oss.jar or osslean.jar, the space-optimized encoder/decoder libraries.
Default Behavior
By default, the -soed option is implied.

-toed is used to improve performance when Call Detail Record (CDR) are processed in OCOMC. However, when this option is used to create the classes, the OCOMC does not seem to support it .

Question: Is there a way to get the CDRs processed using -toed option?


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