How 2 Digit Year Values Can Be Correctly Interpreted With Algorithm ADHV-DTD-US In CCB, BI And ETM?
Last updated on OCTOBER 18, 2016
Applies to:Oracle Utilities Framework - Version: 2.1.0
Oracle Utilities Customer Care and Billing - Version: 2.1.0 and later [Release: 2.1 and later]
Oracle Utilities Business Intelligence - Version: 2.2.0 and later [Release: 2.2 and later]
Oracle Enterprise Taxation Management - Version: 2.1.5 and later [Release: 2.1 and later]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
A Characteristic type is created for the Premise entity. Its allows Adhoc values with Validation
Rule algorithm "ADHV-DTD-US". In the Characteristics page of the Premise, if the input value for this characteristic type has the year entered as 2 digits, for example 02-14-09 (mm-dd-yy) and button Save is clicked, the year is reformatted to 4 digits incorrectly such as 0009-02-14 instead of 2009-02-14.
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