Release Automation

Release Automation 6.7 Cumulative Patch 1 (6.7.1) Released

By Dheeraj Pershad posted 06-10-2020 11:55 AM


On behalf of CA Technologies, a Broadcom Company, we appreciate your business and the opportunity to provide you with high-quality, innovative software and services. As part of our ongoing commitment to customer success, we regularly release updated patches for our products. Today, we are pleased to announce the availability of Release Automation Cumulative Patch (6.7.1). This Cumulative Patch is delivered for Release Automation 6.7 release. 

Detailed contents of this patch including a list of fixed issues can be found in our Release Notes section of the product documentation.

Patch Contents:

This update includes critical supportability enhancements along with maintenance for Release Automation 6.7. We encourage you to visit Release Automation 6.7.1 Release Notes for a summary of the fixes included in this patch. 

We are proud to announce that this patch includes:

  • Enhancements in ROC around
    • Show full details on hover on parameter
    • Revert icon at the process level in ROC
  • Windows Server 2019 Certification
  • Oracle 19c Certification
  • SQL Server 2019 Certification
  • RHEL 8.1 Certification with Nolio RA 6.7 Agents
  • Nexus 3 Certification (can be configured as an internal Nolio Repository)
  • Critical Issue Fixes

You can download your copy of Release Automation Cumulative Patch ( from CA Support Online - If you have any questions or require assistance, contact CA Customer Care online at .

To connect, learn, and share with other customers, join and participate in our Release Automation Community at

You may review the CA Support Lifecycle Policy within the “Working with CA Support” guide available at by navigating to the Support Policies link.

Thank you again for your business.

1 comment



06-10-2020 01:17 PM

We've been waiting for Nexus 3 support for a while and are so glad to see that it's ready to go!

For someone upgrading from Nexus 2 to Nexus 3, are there any concerns with loss of data or CARA artifacts? Any risk for conversion from Nexus 2 artifacts to Nexus 3?