Last updated on APRIL 26, 2016
Applies to:Oracle Financial Services Balance Sheet Planning - Version 6.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Oracle Financial Services Balance Sheet Planning (BSP)
On BSP 6.1 there appears to be an issue with several deposit products where the system calculate very large FTP and interest amounts.
Large FTP Charge/Credit and Interest Accrued amounts exist for three of the leaf level org units within the hierarchy, but the calculations appear normal for the other org units that hold the product. For example find the incorrect generated results in bold below for Sep, Oct, Nov:
|Current Position Interest Accrued||19,439.65||19,446.90||113,807.22||116,623.66||111,806.64|
|Current Position Charge/Credit||25,546.81||26,194.81||715,875.75||738,460.50||713,480.45|
|Current Position Transfer Pricing Spread Income||6,107.16||6,747.91||602,068.53||621,836.84||601673.81|
Expect amounts a magnitude lower as have been calculated for previous months (Aug in the example above).
Additionally, the ash flow edits were ran and produced no errors and the generated TRANSFER_RATE on the individual records appears to be correct.
The issue can be reproduced at will only with the specific data set using the following steps:
1. Run current position cash flow.
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