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FTP Process with Payment Schedule Records Fails with ORA-01438 on FLOAT_VALUE in FSI_O_PROCESS_CASH_FLOWS (Doc ID 1664605.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 27, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Financial Services Funds Transfer Pricing - Version 5.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Oracle Financial Services Analytical Applications (OFSAA)


In Oracle Financial Services Funds Transfer Pricing (FTP), when you run an FTP Process against records that use Payment Schedule data in FSI_D_PAYMENT_SCHEDULE, the Process fails with the following ORA-01438 error in the ofstp.xxxxxxx.log in $FIC_DB_HOME/log/FusionApps:

Module Logging OFS errors: (203105) Oracle drv_oci error: OCI Function: [4] - oexec(),
oexn() SQL Function: [3] -
INSERT Oracle Error: ORA- 01438: value larger than specified
precision allowed for this column Driver Function:
drv_oci::Execute() SQL Statement:
insert into FSI_O_PROCESS_CASH_FLOWS(result_sys_id,
record_sequence, cash_flow_sequence, scenario_num,
financial_elem_id, id_number, cash_flow_date, cash_flow_cd,
float_value, product_leaf_node, org_leaf_node, iso_currency_cd,
values (:result_sys_id, :record_sequence, :cash_flow_sequence,
:scenario_num, :financial_elem_id, :id_number, :cash_flow_date,
:cash_flow_cd, :float_value, :product_leaf_node, :org_leaf_node,
:iso_currency_cd, :calc_source_cd )

Module Logging OFS errors: (203055) Error Bound Parameters: :result_sys_id = 203450
:record_sequence = 2 :cash_flow_sequence = 1 :scenario_num = 1
:financial_elem_id = 430 :id_number = 10780755333 :cash_flow_date
= 01/ 08/ 2013 :cash_flow_cd = 32 :float_value =
2.2278586314845e+ 21 :product_leaf_node = 30321 :org_leaf_node =

The error occurs right after records are selected from FSI_D_PAYMENT_SCHEDULE.

Records that use a Payment Schedule have an AMRT_TYPE_CD of 800, 801, or 802.  These records are used by the Cash Flow Transfer Pricing methods to generate payment dates.

Note: The FTP process still outputs a Transfer Rate despite the error.




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