Make One Time Payment Service Is Not Working As Expected.
Last updated on JULY 19, 2017
Applies to:Oracle Utilities Customer Care and Billing - Version 18.104.22.168.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
On : 22.214.171.124.0 version, PY - Payment
Make One time Payment Service is not working as Expected.
Observed OOB Make One Time Payment Service(WXMakePayment) is not working as expected in certain scenarios. As per its behavior, it should able to post a payment for an requested account by using the input bank account number and bank routing information. But have observed , it is taking the default value for an account where active auto pay exists. Even though user are passing the different valid bank account number and routing number while creating the payment event system is using the bank detail info configured in its active auto pay screen.
As you know ,it is a quite valid scenarios where customer can made a payment with different bank account details even though he has active auto pay set up.
Make One time Payment Service should able to post a payment for an requested account by using the input bank account number and bank routing information.
Steps To Recreate
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Navigate to Admin Menu -> Master Configuration and load the Self-Service Integration.
2. In Master Configuration of Self-Service Integration, check that the there’s a Service Task Type assigned to the One Time Payment Service Task and
Payment Type 27 (Checking Withdrawal) is mapped to Tender Type Checking Autopay.
3. Ensure that the Account has active auto pay.
4. Navigate to Admin Menu -> XAI Submission.
5. Submit a WXMakePayment service request with bank account number populated with a value different from the one configured for the Account’s auto pay (see step 1).
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6. Notice that the payment is posted with the active auto pay bank account number configured for the account (see step 1) instead of the input account number supplied in Step 2:
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