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System Exception When Guarantee Interest Rate Is Zero (Doc ID 2692054.1)

Last updated on JULY 20, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Insurance Policy Administration J2EE - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : version, General

The client has a guaranteed interest rate that can be 0%.
When updating the rate to 0%, the system reports the following message:

Client has a Guaranteed Interest Rate that can fall to Zero (0%). When the rate is set to 0%, the system throws an exception:
Caused by: com.adminserver.utl.exception.AsExceptionUtl: Failed to load a rate for the following rate group - IULP17_GUAR_IntRate.
at com.adminserver.pas.bll.BaseInterestCalculationBll.processLookupRateType(
at com.adminserver.pas.bll.BaseInterestCalculationBll.assignInterestRates(
at com.adminserver.pas.bll.InterestRateCalculationBll.processInterestAssignments(
at com.adminserver.pas.bll.InterestRateCalculationBll.calculateInterestRates(
at com.adminserver.pas.bll.InterestRateCalculationBll.processCompoundInterestType(

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Configure a fixed fund that has a guaranteed interest rate.
2. Set the guaranteed interest rate to 0%.
3. Open a policy with that fund and navigate to the Values screen.
4. Observe an exception in the system log.

*** The system should allow an interest rate of 0%.


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