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‘Account Stop Correspondence ‘ Transaction Through Events not working (Doc ID 2853832.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Financial Services Lending and Leasing Cloud Service - Version 14.10.0.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

‘Account stop correspondence ‘ transaction through events not working as expected.‘Account stop correspondence ‘ transaction is setup at event configuration.

As per expectation stop correspondence indicator should get updated at account level , however primary customer account stop correspondence is getting updated
 

ERROR
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01/05/2022 13:04:30 SessionID=1932730 AppUser=INTERNAL OSUser=oracle
  OFSLL Error Msg :
  Ora Error Code : 904
  Ora Error Msg : ORA-00904: "TNM_ACC_STOP_CORR_IND": invalid identifier
  Context : Error in : evatnm_en_100_01.post_batch_tnm
  Context : Error in : evatnm_en_100_01.process_tnm_action

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Create an account where stop correspondence value is empty for account level and customer level in the Account information
2. Configure the event setup to post ‘Account stop correspondence ‘ transaction

Event Setup
Event Code Entity Type Event Type
POST_MAT_STMT_COND Accounts Event To process Actions when new account condition is created for an account

Event Criteria
Query Name Query Description
ADD_Bankruptcy ADD_Bankruptcy

Criteria details
Parameter Operator Value
Account Condition Code Equals BKRP

Action Action code Enabled
Post non monetary transaction Stop Correspondence Y

3. Post the condition on the account

Account Condition Condition start dt Follow up dt
BANKRUPTCY 03/01/2018 01/05/2022

4. Check whether account level stop correspondence posted to the account


Changes

 

Cause

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