BRM: DM_FUSA Sets Merchant Number As 0000000000 (Doc ID 1503217.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 26, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management - Version 7.4.0.0.0 to 7.5.0.0.0 [Release 7.4.0 to 7.5.0]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Product Info:
Patch 12754752 BRM 7.4.0 Maintenance Patch set 1 (MPS1)
Patch 13968901 BRM 7.4.0 Patch Set 14 (PS14)


Problem:
The merchant ID and merchant number are set in the dm_fusa's pin.conf, but the values set in send file is 0000000000.  Cannot collect credit card payment.

Settings in pin.conf:
- dm_fusa mid_Intxxx_840 0000104306 # US dollars

Send file :
PID=026336 INTXXX12 SID=026336 INTXX120 START 121024 3.0.0
MIntxxx *Lacerte 18004468848
S0000000000IGS_110009361060 DPMCFF138A266D64357C343031433134373235423638353432413242353236343635354335343731344235393035303034423632353936323138313336323537353736383630343537331015000000068368840 2 121024tst718
......

Compare to old file (before the PS14)
PID=026336 INTXXX12 SID=026336 INTXX120 START 120730 3.0.0
MIntxxx *QuickBooks 18004468848
S0000104306T1-3a59-0 DCMCFF138A266D64357C343031433134373235423644353632433232353736333636353935313734343235393035303034423632353936323138313336323537353736383630343537330114000000000495840 2
ABCAROL *ROTHROCK

...
EOFEOFEOF

The first record in the first file has right value and the rest has 0000000000.

 

Steps:
1. Make the following configuration changes in dm_fusa pin.conf:
- dm_fusa   mid_test_840  0000104306    # US dollars

- dm_fusa qm_debug        0x07    # example: print all debug info
- dm_fusa qm_debug_front  0x0F    # example: print all debug info,front end
- dm_fusa qm_debug_back   0x0F    # example: print all debug info, back end

2. Restart all the processes.
3. Create three or more credit card accounts; move PVT one month ahead
4. Run pin_bill_day, verified that bills got generated and paid.
5. Verifying fusas* and fusar* files residing in system /tmp directory.

 

Cause

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