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Activities In Wait For Measurement State Not Discarded (Doc ID 2728943.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 16, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Utilities Customer to Meter Base - Version 2.7.0.1.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

 

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MDM - Oracle Utilities Meter Data Management

On : 2.7.0.1.0 version, Meter Data Management

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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Activities in Wait for Measurement state not discarded

On-Demand Reads, Remote Connects, Remote Disconnects and Demand Reset device commands in a ‘Wait for Measurement State’ are not discarded after the configured ‘Measurement Expiration’ days have elapsed.

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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Activity (Demand Reset, Remote Connect, Remote Disconnect, On-Demand Read) should be discarded after the ‘Measurement Expiration Days’ if reads are not returned by the Head-End.

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

1. Activity Type for On-Demand Read Scalar showing the ‘Measurement Expiration Days’.
2. Create a Scalar On-Demand Read Activity.
3. Activity initiates an Outbound Communication and receives a success response from the Head-End. Activity transition to a ‘Wait for Measurement’ state. (Note: For a head-end like Itron OpenWay reads are received outside the command response).
4. Wait for the configured ‘Measurement Expiration Days’ (1 day) and run the D1-CRWT batch job with the below parameters.
5. The Activity continues to stay in a ‘Waiting for Measurement’ state.


 

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Cause

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