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Release of Oracle Communications Offline Mediation Controller 12.0 Patch Set 6 (Doc ID 2866324.1)

Last updated on JUNE 22, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Offline Mediation Controller - Version to [Release 12.0.0]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Oracle Communications Offline Mediation Controller (OCOMC) 12.0 Patch Set 6 ( is released on 29 April 2022

This announcement lists the enhancements and fixes delivered in Offline Mediation Controller 12.0 Patch Set 6.

Patch ID: <Patch 33888920>

Key Enhancements

The following are the key enhancement delivered into OCOMC 12.0 Patch Set 6. Please refer the product documentation for more details.

Enhancements in OCOMC 12.0 PS6

Scaling Node Manager pods without affecting non-scalable pods

You can now scale up or scale down the number of Node Manager Pod replicas in your Offline Mediation Controller cloud native environment without affecting the non-scalable Node Manager Pods.

Additional NMShell Command-Line Components

Offline Mediation Controller now allows you to perform the following tasks by using NMShell:

• Add one of these types of routes between two nodes: round robin, multicast, modulus, or directed
• Delete an existing route between two nodes
• Change the value of an existing configuration, such as a password, at the node level
• Add back-end only configurations at the node level
• List the node ID and type of all nodes having a specified name

Customizing File Names for Sequencing

In previous releases, the file-based sequencing feature in Offline Mediation Controller required your CDR input file names to follow a specific syntax. You can now customize the file name syntax.

Connecting Administration Client to Administration Server Cloud Native

The Offline Mediation Controller documentation now includes the instructions for connecting an on-premise version of Administration Client with Administration Server cloud native.

Customer Reported Fixes in OCOMC 12.0 PS6 

Bug Number



An exception occurred while collecting CDR files through FTP.

This has been fixed.


An error occurred while collecting CDR files from a remote server.

This has been fixed.




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