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Interval Averaging Behaves Differently For The Midnight Interval (Doc ID 2369856.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Utilities Meter Data Management - Version 2.2.0.1.0 and later
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MDM - Oracle Utilities Meter Data Management

Interval Averaging does not use the correct day when midnight interval is estimated in 2 scenarios-

  1. Neighboring Day Scan – If the day to be estimated is Wednesday intervals lets say (11-Jan-2017), then interval averaging uses Monday & Tuesday intervals to estimate the 11-Jan-2017 00:30:00 to 11-Jan-2017 23:30:00 but for the last interval it uses Sunday as well.
  2. Holiday Scan – If the day to be estimated is holiday intervals lets say (01-Jan-2018), then interval averaging uses last week holiday (12-25-2017), Sundays (12-31-2017, 12-24-2017) intervals to estimate the 01-Jan-2018 00:30:00 to 01-Jan-2018 23:30:00 but for the last interval it uses only one Sunday (12-25-2017 00:00:00) interval for the averaging.

 

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