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Upgrade 7.0 To 7.5PS4: Relative Offset Unit Of deal_products_t Changed From Days To Minutes In upgrade_configurable_validity_pricing.sql (Doc ID 1585072.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management - Version 7.0.0.0.0 to 7.5.0.0.0 [Release 7.0.0 to 7.5.0]
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Purpose

 After the upgrade from 7.0 -> 7.5 PS4, the relative offset of the deal_products_t has been converted from days to minutes.
 
The values are being updated in the upgrade_configurable_validity_pricing.sql file in the 7.0 -> 7.3 upgrade package. The value in minutes is still correct, but this would be unacceptable to the user.

The description of the upgrade_configurable_validity_pricing.sql:

  

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 It appears that the data falls into the 1048576 to 31457220 range (i.e CYCLE_START_T, CYCLE_END_T, etc...), which is the # of seconds (i.e. in this case 62 days = 5356800 seconds). However, the user needs this data in # of days, as it was in 7.0, and not as it is in # of minutes post-upgrade.
 The user has configured some products to start 365 days in the future. In the converted 7.5PS4 data, the cycle_start_details are negative values.
In the upgrade_configurable_validity_pricing.sql, the values are hitting the next range, For example:
 Is this value 525600 correct? 
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