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Incorrect Granted Quantity During Realtime Rating When Shared Data Was Consumed (Doc ID 2272429.1)

Last updated on MARCH 29, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Incorrect granted quantity during realtime rating when Shared Data was consumed

The user has a Payee account and subscription Account structure. Payee account is the discount sharing owner, and Subscription account is member of it.

"share 1GB" plan was purchased at payee account under /service/telco, which grants 1GB of Data (resource ID: 1002043) and also contains discount object "Shared Data Discount" (Owner).
At subscription level, there is a data cap bucket 1002500 with Initial balance to -50 and Credit limit 0 .

After Data Share bucket (1002043) was consumed, charge the customer upto $50, and in parallel, Data cap bucket (1002500) gets updated. Once Data cap Bucket becomes 0, authorization should fail.

The user had noticed the Incorrect Granted quantity during Authorization/Reauthorization/StopAccounting when a single data session is reserving large quantity that covers Data Share bucket, Data Cap Limit and beyond

Payee account : 4110319 has Free Shared Sask & ic Data Cap (1002500 ) with Initial balance -50
1200 MB was requested through PCM_OP_TCF_AAA_AUTHORIZE. 1200 MB was reserved and granted.
Consumed 1200 MB and requested for another 1400 MB through PCM_OP_TELCO_UPDATE_AND_REAUTHORIZE . Reservation was updated with total quantity 2600 MB and 1400 MB was granted.
Consumed 1400 MB and requested for another 100 MB through PCM_OP_TELCO_UPDATE_AND_REAUTHORIZE . Reservation was updated with Incorrect quantity 3714.66 MB and also Incorrect Quantity 1114.66 MB was granted.

Data rates at 0.03/MB , so expect around 90 MB quantity should be granted and 2690.666 MB should be reserved in total

This issue lead to allowing more data than eligible quantity.




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