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Incorrect Start Read For Second Period For Usage Transaction With A Date Break (Doc ID 2952429.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 24, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Utilities Meter Data Management - Version to [Release 2.2 to 2.5]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Incorrect start read for second period for a usage transaction with a date break

The start read is displayed incorrectly, for the second period in the Usage Transaction reading detail, when a UT is created from a billing request.

Steps to replicate - 

1. Create Device, Device Configuration and Auto read Measuring Component.
2. Create a Service point and install the device on it.
3. Create the following measurements on the auto read MC.

Measurement Date/Time       Start Date/Time                    Reading (KWH)     Measurement (KWH)
01-30-2023 12:00AM PST     01-20-2023 12:00AM PST      300                      100
01-20-2023 12:00AM PST     01-10-2023 12:00AM PST      200                      100
01-10-2023 12:00AM PST     01-01-2023 12:00AM PST      100                      100
01-01-2023 12:00AM PST     0                                          0

4. Create a Usage Group and add “Daily Scalar Usage Calculation Rule” in it.
5. Create a Usage Subscription and add the above Usage group.
6. Add the above Service point on the US.
7. Create Usage Transaction from 01-01-2023 12:00AM to 01-10-2023 12:00AM.
8. Create another Usage Transaction from 01-10-2023 12:00AM to 01-30-2023 12:00AM with a date break on 01-20-2023 and configure the above created UT and previous usage transaction in the current UT.
9. Observe that the Usage Transaction Reading Details on the current UT has the incorrect start reading values in the service quantity for both the usage periods of the MC.




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