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Apply-To Rate Component does not Work with two Digit Decimals when FCPO is Checked (Doc ID 2355824.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 05, 2022

Applies to:

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


On Oracle Revenue Management and Billing (ORMB) v2., Apply-To rate component does not work with two decimals when FCPO is checked.  

We have a rate component with value type percentage and precision as 2 decimals that gets input from a previous rate component and is supposed to calculate  -1% of the input.
It correctly calculates 1% but fails to apply the negative sign. It only works if we uncheck FCPO flag or increase precision to 8-9 decimals.

When FCPO is checked, the result is not correct.

Below is the scenario explained and expected result:
799951.2 *-0.01=$-7999.51( FCPO is checked and decimal is 0.01)

However the system is behaving as follows:
799951.2 *-0.01=$7999.51(FCPO is checked and decimal is 0.01), this is not correct as it is missing the negative sign.
799951.2 *-0.01=$-7999.51(FCPO is unchecked and decimal is 0.01), This is correct, but it needs FCPO remain unchecked.


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