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Duplicate Clearance Reset Records in RPM_FUTURE_RETAIL Table (Doc ID 2324405.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 02, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Retail Price Management - Version 14.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Duplicate Clearance Reset Records in RPM_FUTURE_RETAIL (RFR) table.

Steps To Recreate :

Case: Running RPM with (supported) ‘IL’ level RPM_FUTURE_RETAIL only.

1. Create and approve a clearance at the Style-Diff/Zone Level.
2. Move VDATE and run PEE and PEERMS so that the clearance on Step-1 become 'Executed'.
3. Using the "Create Clearance Reset" screen, reset one of the SKU/Location under the Style-Diff/Zone of Step-1 to Date-1 in the future.
4. Verify that there is one record in the RPM_FUTURE_RETAIL for the SKU/Location of Step-3 with action date of Date-1 and clear_start_ind = 3.
    Also verify that the RPM_CLEARANCE_RESET record for this SKU/Location is in 'Approved' status and has the effective_date of Date-1.
5. Move VDATE and run PEE and PEER so the clearance reset from Step-4 becomes 'Executed'.
6. Using "Maintain Clearance" screen, open the clearance from Step-1. Update the reset date to Date-2 in the future. Click "Apply" button so the conflict check is initiated and the reset date is updated.
7. Once the Conflict Check is completed:
    a. Verify for the SKU/Location on Step-3 that in RPM_FUTURE_RETAIL there are two record with clear_start_ind = 3, one with action_date = Date-1 and the other with action_date = Date-2.
        (This is wrong. Only Date-1 is supposed to be there.)
    b. Verify for the SKU/Location on Step-3 that there are two record in RPM_CLEARANCE_RESET, one with effective_date = Date-1 and status = ‘Executed’ and the other one with effective_date = Date-2 and status = 'Approved'.
        (This is wrong, too. Only Date-1 Clearance reset is supposed to be there.)




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