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PSRM ACCEPTS INVALID CHARACTERS IN ZIP CODE (Doc ID 1395914.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 04, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Public Sector Revenue Management - Version 2.1.5 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

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**Disclaimer:** This KM article may include the following abbreviations:

PSRM - Oracle Public Sector Revenue Management

USA - United States of America

 

Currently PSRM allows any characters in ZIP Code.Please see attached screenshots of base screens.

Expected behavior:
If country is USA, then the field must be a valid 5 character Zip, however a 9 character Zip may be entered (i.e. 99999-9999).
If country is not USA, then the PSRM system must allow for alphanumeric postal codes.


Currently PSRM allows any characters in ZIP Code.

Expected behavior:
If country is USA, then the field must be a valid 5 character Zip, however a 9 character Zip may be entered (i.e. 99999-9999).
If country is not USA, then the PSRM system must allow for alphanumeric postal codes.

### Steps to Reproduce ###

For person addresses:
TI->Person + ->Add addresses->Add special characters in zip code.
For Account Override address:
TI->Account+ ->Add addresses->Add special characters in zip code.

The project impact is to prevent incorrect data entry of a zip code.

Solution

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