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Issue With TransactionAllocationScreen, Ability To Select Multiple Funds With No Warning (Doc ID 2772532.1)

Last updated on APRIL 30, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Insurance Policy Administration J2EE - Version 11.2.0.25 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 11.2.0.25 version, General

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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Issue with TransactionAllocationScreen, ability to select multiple funds with no warning message being displayed. When a user navigates to the Transaction Allocation Screen in the Allocation section users can select the same fund X number of times and assign different percentages to each line item. Once the user has selected the funds OIPA allows the user to save and process the activity. This behavior is different compared to the Policy Allocation Screen if a user selects the same fund X number of times when they try and save it OIPA throws a warning message letting them know that the same fund was selected.

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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 The transaction allocation screen throws a warning/error letting the user know that they have selected multiple of the same fund when they go to save the activity.
 

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1) Create an activity that uses the Transaction Allocation Screen where you can select multiple funds to remove money from ex. Withdrawal
2) On a policy in OIPA where you can add the activity from step 1, add it
3) On the Transaction Allocation Screen, select the same fund multiple times while maintaining an allocation percent that equals 100%
4) Save the activity, notice that OIPA does not throw any errors or warnings
5) Process the activity successfully.

To see the error we are talking about
1) On a new policy in OIPA go to the Allocation screen and see the future allocations
2) Select the same fund multiple times
3) Try to save the screen and notice OIPA will let you know that you have selected the same fund more than once

Cause

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