QPXARCHV: Archive Pricing Entities Does Not Work When End_Date_Active Is Used

(Doc ID 1056065.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Advanced Pricing - Version 11.5.10 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
QPXARCHV.fmb
***Checked for relevance on 11-Mar-2013***


Symptoms



On 11.5.10 in Production:
Find archive pricing entities does not work when end date active (parameter) is used.

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
-----------------------------------
Expect functionality to work as described in the Oracle® Advanced Pricing
Users Guide, Release 11i
Part No. B13966-01
Chapter 6 - Archiving and Purging Pricing Entities
Page 6-8

In the Lines To Archive region, select one of the following:
To archive all lines for the selected Entity, you must first clear the "Active"
box on the list header. Once the list is inactive, you can select All Lines. If
All Lines is selected, then the remaining fields in the Line To Archive region
are grayed out, since all of the lines will be archived.
 
To select specific archiving criteria, complete the remaining steps

Note: If you do not select product criteria in the Lines To Archive
region, then all the end-dated lines falling within the date range,
that do not have product specified in the price list or modifier list
will be archived.

-- Steps To Reproduce:
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Responsibility: Oracle Pricing Manager
2. Navigation: Archive Purge Pricing Entities > Archive Entity
3. Enter archive name, entity type = standard price list, source system = QP, entity =
4. under lines to archive, only enter a end date active
5. click on 'view selected records'
No records are shown.

-- Business Impact:
The issue has the following business impact:
They are working on purging old data to improve performance and to save
database space. Needs to be able to conduct this task in small chunks since the window
to take actions in production will be small. Thus the need to be able to
use the end date active as a parameter.

Cause

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