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Promo Export Batch Output Not Accurate For Non Compounding Best Deal On Overlapping Promos (Doc ID 2131698.1)

Last updated on MARCH 13, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Retail Price Management - Version 14.0.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Issue with RPM 14.0.3 Promotions.

When the overlap option is set to "non-compounding - best deal", the batch output is incorrect.

The issue can be reproduced with the following steps:
  1. Set RPM System Option SIMPLE_PROMO_OVERLAP_RULE to 0 (non compounding best deal).
  2. Login to RPM.
  3. Create and approve Promotion #1 for a long duration in future.
  4. Capture the output from RPM Promo publish export batch for Generic POS. It has the CRE record for Promotion #1.
  5. Create and approve Promotion #2 for short duration overlapping Promotion #1 and for a deeper discount than Promotion #1.
        (Since system option is set to take non compounding best deal, Promotion #2 is the best deal during the overlapping timeframe.)
  6. Capture the output from RPM Promo Publish export batch and notice that it has CRE for Promotion #2 and MOD for Promotion #1.
        (When the records applied to POS in the order they are published, MOD record for Promotion #1 will overwrite the Promotion #2 reference for the duration when promotions are overlapping.
        POS will report the wrong promotion (#1) reference in the sales transaction.)
  8. Before the promotions are active, edit the Promotion #2 and put it back to worksheet.
  9. Capture the RPM Promo publish export batch output and notice that it just sent a DELETE record for Promotion #2.
        (Notice that no update to Promotion #1 is published. POS will have the wrong price information related to Promotion #1.)




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