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ORPOS Does Not Give Discount When The Buy-Item Price Is Less Than Reward-Item Price (Doc ID 2411349.1)

Last updated on JUNE 14, 2018

Applies to:

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

Symptoms



Actual Behavior
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For a multi-buy promo for the below scenario when the BUY-LIST item price is less than Reward-Item price Point Of Service (ORPOS) does not apply discount.

Expected Behavior
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Promotion should be triggered even if price of the reward is less than price of the buy list

Steps to Reproduce
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Define a multi-buy  promo when item A is in buy list, and item B is in reward list, Item A price is lower than item B price
2. The rule for the promo is buy 1 item for buy list get 25% off if buy 1 item from reward list.
3. The pricing extract has the following rule defined for this promo:
<DiscountRule>
<PricingRule ChangeType="ADD" SourceItemPriceCategory="Regular" TargetItemPriceCategory="Regular" ID="XXX" PromoCompID="XXX" PromoCompDetlID="XXX" StartDateTime="2018-05-20T00:00:00.0Z" EndDateTime="2018-05-25T23:59:59.0Z" Type="BuyNofXgetYatZ%off" NbrTimesPerTrans="1" AccountingMethod="Discount" AllowSourceToRepeat="true" DealDistribution="Target"><Name>Earring test Promo</Name><SourceThreshold/><SourceLimit/><TargetThreshold/><TargetLimit/>
<StoreID>2</StoreID>
</PricingRule>
<Sources Type="Item" Qualifier="Any" Qty="1">
<Source ID="item A" Qty="1"/>
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<Targets Type="Item" Qualifier="Any" Qty="1">
<DiscountPercent>25</DiscountPercent>
<Target ID="ITEM B" Qty="1"/>
</Targets></DiscountRule></PricingImport>



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