The methods of near-surface compaction were improved continuously over the last decades. In addition to the classic compaction using vibratory rollers, oscillatory rollers were established because of their significantly lower ambient vibration during the compaction process, which is important especially in urban areas. While a Continuous Compaction Control system (CCC) for vibratory rollers was introduced already in the late 1970s such a system has not yet been developed for oscillatory rollers. In 2011 a joint venture research project was launched by the Hamm AG and the Vienna University of Technology (Institute of Geotechnics) with the aim of developing the first functioning CCC-system for oscillatory rollers. In October and November 2015 comprehensive field tests with three different test rollers with oscillatory drums were conducted in a gravel pit. For the first time the newly developed CCC measuring system was installed on the rollers. This way CCC values were calculated work-integrated online. While the CCC-values were recorded, comparative tests with a dynamic load plate were carried out. In this thesis the results of the field tests performed in autumn 2015 are discussed, depicted and interpreted systematically. The following issues have been evaluated: Detection of artificially installed weak spots in the test field The impact of adjustable process parameters controlled by the roller operator (excitation frequency, driving speed) The impact of the roller parameters, determined by the roller itself Evaluation of the reproducibility of CCC values Comparison of CCC values with results of the dynamic load plate tests In conclusion the findings of the tests are summarized and possible further research fields are suggested.