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Corrected Rounded Tax Event Is Generated During Bill Level Adjustment (Doc ID 2030908.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 24, 2018

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

There is configuration in the taxcodes_map where there are multiple entries for the same tax code. The multiple entries are of different validity though. So where there is an credit adjustment that is done, there is a second tax event generated when the bill level credit adjustment is made on a generated bill. The tax code map is configured with two tax entries.

Why the second tax event is generated after running PCM_OP_AR_BILL_ADJUSTMENT?

Reproduction Steps :

1. Configuration:
    - Set 2 entries in taxcodes_map and restart cm

Tax_code1 : U : 12.5 : 01/01/05 : 09/23/10 : Cou : NZ : NZ Regular GST : Std
Tax_code1 : U : 15.0 : 09/24/10 : 12/31/35 : Cou : NZ : NZ Regular GST : Std

    - Set round(2) in pin_beid

<beid>     0       2       0.010000 0.050000 0.040000      <beid_str_code>     <symbol>       *           0 0               1 <Name>
<beid>     0       2       0.010000 0.050000 0.040000      <beid_str_code>     <symbol>       *           1 0               1 <Name>
<beid>     0       2       0.010000 0.050000 0.040000      <beid_str_code>     <symbol>       *           2 0               1 <Name>
<beid>     0       2       0.010000 0.050000 0.040000      <beid_str_code>     <symbol>       *           3 0               1 <Name>

2. Create an account and purchase MCF product on May 21, 2015, DOM is 21th.
3. Move pvt to Jun 22th, 2015
4. Run billing
5. Run bill level adjustment using PCM_OP_AR_BILL_ADJUSTMENT for bill

Cause

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