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Specific Stop Loss Pricing Rule Not Defaulting Line Items (Doc ID 2676832.1)

Last updated on JUNE 05, 2020

Applies to:

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


On RMB v2., Specific Stop Loss pricing rule not defaulting line items.

We are currently implementing the ASO features.
One of the features required in our custom implementation (RMB v2.4.0.1) is to have a defaulting feature on the Specific Stop Loss (SSL) pricing rule at Billing Group level such that:
  * Users can simply select on an already existing Claim pricing rule on that customer
  * Then the SSL claim line items will automatically adapt the Eligible for SSL tickbox with the corresponding line item’s Billable tickbox in the chosen Claim pricing rule among other things to default such as mark-up/down settings.

Now we are moving to productized SSL solution in RMB v2.8, it is observed that this line item defaulting on SSL pricing rule does not work.

SSL pricing rule's claim line items should default the Eligible for SSL tickbox based on the user's chosen Claim pricing rule's line items' billable switch.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Ensure Claim pricing rule from a standard ASO customer setup with stop loss has some line items’ Billable tickbox ticked and some not so we can test the defaulting.
2. On the SSL pricing rule at Billing Group level, select the Claim pricing rule above to default the claim section.
3. Verify if the defaulting happened on the line items’ Eligible for SSL tickbox. No defaulting occurred on the line items (even though some aspects were defaulted such as the mark-up/down).

The issue has the following business impact:
Workaround (users manually tick the Eligible for SSL boxes per line item) exists, but a default selection (like it works in 2401 env) avoid any user action here and so a solution is expected.


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