Cannot Select Two Different Term Multiplier Values in an Adjustment Rule
Last updated on MAY 23, 2011
Applies to:Oracle Financial Services Funds Transfer Pricing - Version: 5.2
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Oracle Financial Services Analytical Applications (OFSAA)
You create a new Adjustment rule with an Adjustment Type of "Other Adjustments" for a product. You want to define the following term ranges under Parameters:
1: <= 7D
2: > 7D and <= 1M
3: >1M and <= 3M
However, you cannot define range #2 correctly in the Adjustment Rules Detail screen because you cannot select a different multiplier for the second term in the range. Both terms must use the same multiplier.
You cannot use the following combination for the 2nd range:
> 7D and <= 31D
This will over overlap with the "1 M" term in the third range because OFSAA defines 1M as 30.42 days.
Note: This issue exists for several different Adjustment Types and not just for "Other Adjustments".
Steps to Reproduce:
- Go to Funds Transfer Pricing
- Go to Assumption Specification > Adjustments
- Create or Edit and Adjustment Rule
- Select an Adjustment Type of "Other Adjustments"
- Select a Product and click Edit
- Review the Term range values allowed under Parameters
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