Recalculation Done Due To Sequential Discounts Incorrect
(Doc ID 1477414.1)
Last updated on MAY 16, 2018
Applies to:Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management - Version 184.108.40.206.0 to 220.127.116.11.0 [Release 7.4.0]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
The user has two account-level discounts that can be purchased, both marked as sequential. One is a flat 35% discount on currency, and the other affects other resources (not currency). The percentage is different depending on the resource.
Consider this scenario:
0. Set sequential discounting on, accounting cycle customized to short cycle.
1. Create a CF (Cycle Forward) product P1 for $5,
a sequential discount D1 of 35% that acts on currency,
another sequential discount D2 that acts on non-currency.
2. On Sep4, create an account with DOM as 6, so next billing is Sep 6.
3. On Sep4, purchase the deal containing product P1 and sequential discount D1.
Balance Impact from P1 = 2/31 x 5 = $0.32
Balance Impact from D1 = - 0.35 x $0.32 = -$0.11
Bill In Progress of $0.32 - $0.11 = $0.21
4. On Sep4, purchase D2.
No change in Bill In Progress since D2 has no impact on currency.
Still, 2 CF events generated because of sequential discounting with Balance Impacts of +$0.11 and -$0.11
5. On Sep5, cancel D2.
Expected result : There should be no change in Bill In Progress since D2 has no impact on currency.
Bill In Progress of $0.21
Actual result : 2 CF events generated, one with Balance Impact of +$0.11 and the other with -$0.12, thus there is a net Balance Impact of -$0.01.
Bill In Progres becomes -$0.20
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