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ORPOS PricingExtract Of Reapproved Promotion Does Not Show DiscountPercent (Doc ID 2031198.1)

Last updated on MARCH 09, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Retail Price Management - Version 14.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Running Oracle Retail Price Management (RPM) , the Oracle Retail Point of Sales (ORPOS) PricingExtract of a Re-approved Promotion does not show the DiscountPercent.

Stage 1

  1. Create a transaction/storewide Promotion for 1 store with Reward list of X PercentOff initially .
  2. Run RPMtoORPOS Publish batch, then RPMtoORPOS Export batch to generate ORPOS PricingExtract  eXtensible Markup Language (XML) file.
  3. This Stage 1 PricingExtract XML file shows DiscountPercent X

Stage 2

  1. Put the promotion back to Worksheet status to change X PercentOff to Y PercentOff
  2. This Stage 2 ORPOS PricingExtract XML file does NOT show any DiscountPercent, expected to see DiscountPercent Y

Steps to Reproduce:

1. In RPM, create a promotion with future start date, e.g. 07-Mar-2020 and end date, the next day, 08-Mar-2020.
2. Create promotion component with component type 'Transaction' .
3. Enter Component details:
  Buy List:
  a. Quantity 1 Item Selection = store wide
  Reward List:
  b. Percent Off e.g. X = 30%
  Location Selection:
  c. Select 1 location.

  --- Stage 1 ---

4. Approve the promotion.
5. Note that the payload tables are populated with the details of the promotion.
6. Execute batch RPMtoORPOSPublishBatch.sh in RPM.
   RPM_ORPOS_CMPLX_PROMO_PUBLISH table is populated correctly.
7. Execute batch RPMtoORPOSPublishExport.sh
   ORPOS PricingExtract XML is generated with DiscountPercent as expected.

  --- Stage 2 ---

8. Change the promotion status to Worksheet.
9. Update Reward List Percent Off to e.g. Y = 45%.
10. Re-approve the promotion.
  * Repeat above steps: 5, 6, and 7
  Note RPM_ORPOS_CMPLX_PROMO_PUBLISH table is populated correctly.
  ORPOS PricingExtract XML is generated with NO DiscountPercent.


Changes

 

Cause

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