Money Java API/Constant - Money.ZERO Issue
Last updated on JANUARY 03, 2017
Applies to:Oracle Public Sector Revenue Management - Version 18.104.22.168.0 and later
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When customer uses public static final Money ZERO = new Money(BigDecimal.ZERO, null); from com.splwg.base.api.datatypes.Money class the behavior is different than in 2.4.1. In 2.4.1 the returned value is 0.00 but in 2.5 the returned value is 0 which causes all the places we used the Money.ZERO constant for comparison with a money object to fail.
The returned value should be 0.00 like in 2.4.
Customer's custom code is referencing that class.
Customer uses this constant in thousands of places and cannot afford to change their code.
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