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Dates for Rules Saved For The Next Month Are Pushed One Month Ahead (Doc ID 2508219.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 18, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Commerce Guided Search / Oracle Commerce Experience Manager - Version 11.3.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 11.3.1.5 version, Customer Experience (Xmgr, Assembler, Workbench, Application Development)

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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Unable to schedule date for a rule for the month of February

The scenario in which the issue is repeatable is when the user selects either of the starting date or end date on February 2019, any date and any time.

For example, if the user selects staring date/time as 2/15/2019 11:00 AM and the end date/time on 2/27/2019 10:00 PM, after revisiting the rule the new dates will be changed to 3/15/2019 11:00 AM and the end date/time on 3/27/2019 10:00 PM


STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

1. On the last three days of a month which is followed by another with less days than the current one, create a new rule for the following month

Example a: on 29th of Jan, 30th of Jan, 31st of Jan create a rule with starting date and/or ending date for February
Example b: on 29th of March, 30th of March, 31st of March create a rule with starting date and/or ending date for April
Example c: on 29th of May, 30th of May, 31st of May create a rule with starting date and/or ending date for June

2. Save the rule and move to another XM page
3. Revisit the rule
4. Observe that the "following month"starting date and/or ending date that were saved are pushed one Month ahead.

For example a, the starting and/or ending dates are pushed for March, although they were saved for February


Cause

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