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Loan account - New Adjust Subtract Transaction Not working as expected (Doc ID 2811502.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 02, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Financial Services Lending and Leasing Cloud Service - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


New Adjust Subtract transaction not Updating Balances Correctly

1. Create a new transaction for Adjust Subtract under transaction codes screen
2. Select a loan account and post new transaction ADJUSTMENT TO ADVANCE / PRINCIPAL - SUBTRACT1 or ADJUSTMENT TO INTEREST - SUBTRACT1
3. And verify the balances at Transaction history balances and summary screen

Currently on transaction post new transaction balance is increased. Expectation is ADVANCE / PRINCIPAL / INEREST balance posted should be reduced by amount mentioned in subtract transaction . Also there should be an entry under Adjusted (-). Account Summary screen should also be updated accordingly

System should substract the payment posted towards the principal and interest.

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

1. Create New Transaction code WYN_ADV_ADJ_MINUS with the group Payment. Txn/Bal type Advance /Principal. Statement transaction type - Adjustment Advance/Principal Subtract
2. Check the adv balance before posting the transaction WYN_ADV_ADJ_MINUS
3. Post the transaction WYN_ADV_ADJ_MINUS
4. Check the payment allocation
5. Check the adv balance
6. Create New Transaction code WYN_INT_ADJ_MINUS created with the group Payment. Txn/Bal type Interest. Statement transaction type - Adjustment Interest Subtract
7. Check the Int balance before posting the transaction WYN_ADV_ADJ_MINUS
8. Post the transaction WYN_INT_ADJ_MINUS
9. check the payment allocation
10. check the interest balance




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