Release of Oracle Communications Convergent Charging Controller 188.8.131.52.0
(Doc ID 2866694.1)
Last updated on AUGUST 11, 2023
Applies to:Oracle Communications Convergent Charging Controller - Version 184.108.40.206.0 and later
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Oracle Communications Convergent Charging Controller (OC3C) version 220.127.116.11.0 was released on 29 Apr 2022.
This announcement lists functional and operational enhancements delivered in this release.
Extended tracing capabilities
OC3C now support a more flexible and extended subscriber tracing feature. This provides the capability to selectively trace a call flow for a list of subscriber ids and/or network sessions flowing through the OC3C server. Now tracing can be enabled per subscriber or even per subscriber session. CSPs can now analyze their configurations, network mapping, and expected results for specific flows.
The new RESTClient interface for OC3C is used for sending REST requests from OC3C to REST server endpoints. The interface supports generic request types which can be forwarded towards any REST server endpoints with required design time customizations. It also supports requests to Balance Transfer and Apply Loan endpoints in the BRM REST server.
Scheduled notifications in notification gateway
OC3C now supports more notifications from BRM such as balance and product expiry, and reminders when bill and subscriptions are due / renewable. You can also send the notifications to subscribers in multiple forms such as SMS, Flash SMS, USSD, and more. You can schedule these notifications to be sent on specific days, specific times, or relative to the occurrence of an event in the past or future.
Oracle Linux 8 and Oracle Database 19.13 Certification
OC3C is now certified to run on Oracle Linux 8 and Oracle Database 19.13.
Updated documentation and packages are available for download from the Oracle Software Delivery Cloud. See reference provided for detailed instructions on accessing the Documentation Media Pack (includes release notes).
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|Extended tracing capabilities|
|Scheduled notifications in notification gateway|
|Oracle Linux 8 and Oracle Database 19.13 Certification|