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Clearance End and New Clearance Result in Incorrect RIB Messages: RPM_PRICE_EVENT_PAYLOAD Table Contains a MOD Message Instead of a CRE Message (Doc ID 1619123.1)

Last updated on MARCH 15, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Retail Price Management - Version 13.2.4 to 13.2.8 [Release 13.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


In Oracle Retail Price Management (RPM) 13.2.x, we find that when creating a new clearance after resetting an existing clearance, the RPM_PRICE_EVENT_PAYLOAD table contains a MOD message, CLRPRCCHGMOD, for the new clearance. 
It should be a CRE message.

Steps to Reproduce:

  1. Log in to RPM.
  2. Navigate to Clearances > Create Clearance screen.
  3. Create an open ended clearance (without reset date) at parent/zone level and approve it.
       Note that a CRE message is generated in the RPM_PRICE_EVENT_PAYLOAD table.
  4. When the above clearance is in executed state, add the reset date as vdate from Maintain Clearance screen.
       Note that a CRE message is generated for the reset date.
       The status in RPM_CLEARANCE_RESET table is ‘approved’. It should have been changed to ‘executed’ as the emergency reset is done for today.
  5. Create another future dated clearance for the same parent/zone and approve it.
       Note that a MOD message is generated. It should be a CRE message.


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