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R12: CE: The BAI2 Statement Loads the Count From Sub-code 102 AND 402 Instead of 100 and 400 (Doc ID 2022529.1)

Last updated on APRIL 05, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Cash Management - Version 12.0.0 to 12.2.6 [Release 12 to 12.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Using this sample of a BAI file:


03,1894694734,,015,+0000000000000,,,040,+0000000000000,,,045,+0000000000000,,/
88,010,+000000000000000,,,020,+000000000000000,,,470,00000092249620,00073,/
88,072,0000000000000,,,074,0000000000000,,,075,0000000000000,,/
88,400,00000230552532,00076,,100,00000230552532,00002,/
88,102,0000200,,,402,0007600,,/

Code 100 has correct number of records > 02
Code 400 has correct number of records >76

Code 102 has two zeros right padded and it reads as 200
Code 402 has two zeros right padded and it reads as 7600.

The application is loading 102 and 402 instead of 100 and 400. As a result, even though there are 2 and 76 records respectively, the application shows it as 200 and 7600 records in the statement headers screen.

Cause

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