Last updated on JULY 04, 2017
Applies to:Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management - Version 126.96.36.199.0 to 188.8.131.52.0 [Release 7.5.0]
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Checked for relevance on 10-Jun-2014
*** Checked for relevance on 01-28-2016 ***
Migration happened from BRM 7.2 to 7.5, Afer migration facing issue while purchasing a deal
What is happening :
When a new deal is purchased, existing purchased product purchase_start_t is being verified with the min(effective_t) in au_purchased_product_t table for expired product. If purchase_start_t < min(effective_t) then it return error that “Backdating is not allowed before service effective date”.
when there is a account which has a active product and get deactivated after 2nd Dec(go live date) then entry is created in au_purchased_product_t with effective_t as current date.
This is first entry created in the table au_purchased_product_t .But the purchased product is having the purchased_start_t when it was purchased that is always less then the current date which is set to effective date .
Example: customer has active product from 5 Dec 2011 to 4 Dec 2012 so if customer does not have balance it get deactivated on 4th Dec 2012 while billing and entry is created in au_purchased_product_t with effective_t as current date as 4th Dec 2012 while purchased start_t is 5th Dec2011. This is first entry created in the table au_purchased_product_t .
In this case purchase_start_t(5 Dec,2011) < effective_t(4 Dec 2012 ) so error returned as not allowed before service effective date"
How can this validation be avoided for existing functionality work properly?
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