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Error in Performing Rebook after a Partial Termination and Asset Location Change (Doc ID 2246844.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 22, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Lease and Finance Management - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 12.1.3 version, Lease Authoring

Find that after performing a Partial termination of terminating one asset/unit from a contract and performing an asset location change, revision of the contract errors out with the following:

ERROR
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1. Stream type could not be identified for the dependent purpose Unscheduled Principal Payment in stream generation template.
2. Stream type could not be identified for the dependent purpose Unscheduled Loan Payment in stream generation template.
3. OKL_INSTALL_LOC_MISSING_USAGE(USAGE_TYPE=INSTALL_AT)(ADDRESS=<ADDRESS>)(INSTANCE_NUMBER=<INSTANCE_NUMBER>)
4. Error while creating Install Base transaction header for contract <REBOOK_CONTRACT_NUMBER>
5. User-Defined Exception in Package OKL_COPY_CONTRACT_PVT Procedure COPY_LEASE_CONTRACT_NEW

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Author a lease contract with multiple assets.
2. Book the contract
3. Create a partial termination and terminate one of the assets.
4. Approve the quote and accept the quote
5. Return the asset and perform a location change to a different party and address and apply
6. Run terminate expired contract program to terminate the asset
7. Perform a rebook of the contract to make changes to the other 2 assets or fees on the contract
Enter any revision reason, for instance: Other
Enter today's date for revision date
Click on Go and receive the above error.


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Cause

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