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Fusion Benefits: Function BEN_FN_GET_CHAR_VALUE Not Returning Expected Results in Poste Election Fast Formula if Used in ChangeContext With Future Effective Date (Doc ID 2575030.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 19, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Benefits Cloud Service - Version 11.13.19.07.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

The function ben_fn_get_char_value is returning an 'ENROLLED' output of 'N', though the employee is enrolled with that plan already.

Ex:

CHANGE_CONTEXTS (EFFECTIVE_DATE = l_eff_date)
  (
  l_enr_exec_life = ben_fn_get_char_value
  ('BEN_PRTT_ENRT_RSLT'
  ,'ENROLLED'
  ,l_exec_life /* Plan name is 'Executive Life/AD&D' */
  ,'NA'
  )

)

The above function returns 'N', but when ben_fn_get_char_value is used outside CHANGE_CONTEXTS then its returning 'Y'. The employee is currently enrolled in that plan. What causes this?
 

Solution

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