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Feature development is prioritized according to general market trends, both observed and predicted. In cases where specifications are part of a larger release plan, as with the 3GPP, Oracle prioritizes compliance with the latest ratified release in this case, Release 6.
Technical Product Description
This should not be presumed to mean that the product is not compliant with subsequent versions 32633 component specifications, although this document does not summarize compliance with those specifications.
The level of compliance is defined as follows:.
Other than the exceptions noted, Oracle Communications Converged Application Server does not impose any restrictions on implementing applications or functions that are compliant with those associated with the Application Server entity described in the specification.
In some cases, applications must implement support for SIP methods or headers.
RFC – Session Initiation Protocol (SIP): Locating SIP Servers
Yes —Indicates that Oracle Communications Converged Application Server container directly supports the feature or specification. Communicating Presentation Information in Internet Messages: The Content-Disposition Header Field.
Oracle Communications Converged Application Server supports applications ierf conform to this specification. Oracle Communications Converged Application Server supports backward compatibility as described in this specification.
Basic and Digest Access Authentication. SCTP supported only for Diameter traffic. Oracle Communications Converged Application Server supports cryptographic services, but specific algorithms that are used are subject to local availability and export control.
Oracle Communications Converged Application Server supports applications that conform to this specification, but it does not provide an ISUP interface. Oracle Communications Converged Application Server supports applications that conform to this specification, but it does not provide a means of storing the ServiceRoute established during registration.
This functionality can be implemented as part of the application. Oracle Communications Converged Application Server does not enforce the ietc that only one p-charging-function-address header per SIP request as described in sub-section 5. Oracle Communications Converged Application Server does enforce uniqueness.
Oracle Communications Converged Application Server does not provide privacy support as described in sub-section 5. RFC or Specification Number.
SIP extensions for the IP Multimedia Subsystem
Session Initiation Protocol v1. URLs for Telephone Calls. Stream Control Transmission Protocol. Diversion Indication in SIP.