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Difference In Behavior In Consumption Of Balances From DSG Parent And DSG Member (Doc ID 2885872.1)

Last updated on JULY 27, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Communications BRM - Elastic Charging Engine - Version 12.0.0.4.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

On : 12.0.0.4.0 version, Rating business logic

User see difference in behavior in consumption of balances from Discount Sharing Group(DSG) Parent and DSG Member when Modify Offering is called in session

Scenario 1:

1. Create parent and member account(10gb Parent allowance)
2. Create group sharing discount with member
3. Validate BRM and ECE balances
4. Bill debit and customer available balance in domestic is 400MB
5. Consume 400MB from the Parent
6. validate ECE and BRM
7. Consumed the 400mb. When GSU is 0 MB trigger modify Offering(to 100GB) without terminating session
8. Terminate the session
9. Allowance in old MB bucket - 400mb, in new MB bucket - 90GB

Scenario 2:

1. Create parent and member account(10gb Parent allowance)
2. Create group sharing discount with member
3. Validate BRM and ECE balances
4. Bill debit and customer available balance in domestic is 400MB
5. Consume 400MB from the Member
6. validate ECE and BRM
7. Consumed the 400mb. When GSU is 0 MB trigger modify Offering(to 100GB) without terminating session
8. Terminate the session
9. Allowance in old MB bucket - 115mb, in new MB bucket - 90.27825GB
After terminate the allowances in new bucket for Scenario 1 is different than the allowances granted in Scenario 2.

User see in Scenario 2, split in usage happens but that doesn't happen in Scenario 1 with Parent. Why there is difference in behavior for the above scenario's?.
 

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