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How Can Labels Be Defined To Display On The Summary Portion Of The Customer Impact Report? (Doc ID 1294664.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Utilities Rate Management - Version 4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

In Rate Expert when running the "Customer Impact" or "Customer Revenue" reports, the Grand Totals (summary) section at the end of the report does not use the LABEL defined for the revenue identifiers. The rest of the report uses the expected labels.

Example:

Rate Schedule

KWH = 315;
BLOCK KWH
FROM 0 TO 150 CHARGE $0.06 INTO $KWH_0_150
   FROM 150 TO 300 CHARGE $0.05 INTO $NEXT_150
   FROM 300 CHARGE $0.04 INTO $KWH_ADDITIONAL
   TOTAL $ENERGY_CHARGE;
LABEL $KWH_0_150 "KWH 0 - 150";
LABEL $NEXT_150 "KWH 150 - 300";
LABEL $KWH_ADDITIONAL "KWH 300+";
LABEL $ENERGY_CHARGE "Total Energy Charge";
$EFFECTIVE_REVENUE = 1;
LABEL $EFFECTIVE_REVENUE "Effective Revenue";


Report Output

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02/08/2011 Individual Customer Revenue Page: 2

Computation Period: 01/2009 to 01/2009

Rate Schedule: LODESTAR, LODESTAR, 2010_JAM, V 3

Customer ID : <CUST ID> Customer Name: <CUSTOMER NAME> Account ID: <ACCT ID>

Billing Units Distribution Charge Rate Revenue

KWH
KWH 0 - 150 150.0 47.62% 0.060000 $9.00
KWH 150 - 300 150.0 47.62% 0.050000 $7.50
KWH 300+ 15.0 4.76% 0.040000 $0.60
Total Energy Charge 315.0 100.00% $17.10

Effective Revenue
$1.00

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02/08/2011 Customer Revenue - Grand Totals Page: 3

Computation Period: 01/2009 to 01/2009

Schedule 1: LODESTAR, LODESTAR, 2010_JAM, V 3

# of Bills Billing Units Distribution Charge Rate Revenue

KWH
KWH_0_150 1 150.0 47.62% 0.060000 $9.00
NEXT_150 1 150.0 47.62% 0.050000 $7.50
KWH_ADDITIONAL 1 15.0 4.76% 0.040000 $0.60
ENERGY_CHARGE 1 315.0 100.00% $17.10

EFFECTIVE_REVENUE 1 $1.00

KWH 1 315.0

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