TOU Pricing Algorithm Creates A Bill Segment Calc Line Wherein The Print Switch Is Not Checked. (Doc ID 2213582.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 15, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Utilities Customer Care and Billing - Version 2.4.0.2.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 2.4.0.2.0 version, BI - Billing

Description:

The rate component’s print switch indicator is not used for calc lines generated by the base TOU

Pricing algorithm (RCTMPS) when a java or plug-in script override proration factor algorithm is also setup.

Steps to Recreate:

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Set up an Account that references a Service Agreement (SA) with a Service Agreement Type (SA Type) of Special Role Flag Interval.
2. Service Agreement – Main: Service Agreement of SA Type E – INTBIL (California / Interval Billing).
3. SA Type – Main: SA Type California / Interval Billing has its Special Role Flag set to Interval.
4. Set up a Rate Schedule having TOU Pricing Rate Components. -- Rate Schedule – Main
5. Algorithm – Main: Calculation Algorithm setup which will be referred to by the Rate Components. -- RCTMPS.
6. Rate Component 1 Setup: Algorthm, TOU Map ID.(Rate Component – Main: First Rate Component of type TOU Pricing and Bill Factor – Main).
7. Rate Component 2 Setup: Algorthm, TOU Map ID.(Rate Component – Main: First Rate Component of type TOU Pricing and Bill Factor – Main).
8. Set the previously-created Rate Schedule as the SA’s effective Rate Schedule.(Service Agreement – Rate Info).
9. Bill the Account(Freezable bill segment showing all calc lines have their print switch set).

10. Setup an override proration algorithm that is a plug-in script which does not do anything(Algorithm).
11. Plug-in the algorithm in the Installation Option/Override Proration Factors(Algorithm is setup).
12. Regenerate the bill segment(Bill Segment showing not all calc lines for rate component 10 has the Print switch set).

Cause

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