The Non-currency Resource Valid_to Is Not Reset After The First Month Billing (Doc ID 762252.1)

Last updated on JULY 24, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management - Version 7.2.1.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
This problem can occur on any platform.

Symptoms

On Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management(BRM), 7.2.1.0.0 version, the non-currency resource valid_to is not reset after the first month billing, after setting the account to Inactive, and then back to Active.

Due to this the non-currency resource can't be used after the account is back to Active .

Steps To Reproduce:

1. Created the account with "Customer Center" on Oct 14, 2008 and set the cycle_start_t = Nov 14, 2008, with the plan called "Accelerator Discount FMF US$9.95/12" (The plan has one product with        Purchase Event that grants Bal(1000010) for <12> free resource, and Cycle Event that debit one resource from  Bal(1000010) with mfc= 9.95).

2. After the account creation, US$ balance = 0 with one sub-balance (buckets) for resource ID 1000010.
    The bucket has balance = <12> (Valid From = Oct 14, 2008, Valid To = No End)

3. Forward the date to Nov 14 and run billing After billing US$ balance = 9.95 with one sub-balance (buckets) for 1000010.
    The bucket has balance = <11> (Valid From = Oct 14, 2008, Valid To = No End),

4. Inactive the account on Nov 14, 2008, the US$ balance = 0, and one sub-balance buckets for 1000010.
    The bucket has balance <12> (Valid From = Oct 14, 2008, Valid To= Nov 14, 2008)

5. Active the account Nov 14, 2008, the US$ balance = 9.95, and

Expect result: The 1000010 bucket has balance <11> (Valid From = Oct 14, 2008, Valid To= No End).
Actual result: The 1000010 bucket has balance <12> (Valid From = Oct 14, 2008, Valid To= Nov 14, 2008).

Business Impact:
The non-currency resource is not able to use after the Active/InActive the account.

Cause

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