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Subsidy Amount Changes when Asset Cost is Updated (Doc ID 2485894.1)

Last updated on JULY 14, 2020

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, Disbursements

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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Subsidy amount changes in the funding request when asset cost is updated

When the contract is funded and later the asset cost is updated. A new funding request is generated but however the Subsidy is also increasing even though the Subsidy basis is set to fixed amount

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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Since there was no change in the subsidy at the contract level the subsidy amount in the funding request should not change.

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

1, Create a contract with lease vendor associated. Create multiple assets.
2. Associate a subsidy which has the setup as "Net on Funding => Fund" to the contract. Associate all the assets to this subsidy.
3. Navigate to Risk Management -> Funding request -> Create a funding request of type Fund asset for the above contract and the lease vendor associated to the contract. Attach both assets to it. Save and approve the funding request. Please note that Total Fundable Amount, Total Assets Funded and Total Subsidies Funded are populated correctly.
4. Query the contract in Customers -> Contract page again. For one of the assets increase the unit cost by a specific amount.
5. Navigate to Risk Management -> Funding request -> Create a funding request of type Fund asset for the above contract and the lease vendor associated to the contract. Attach the asset for which the unit cost was changed. Save and approve the funding request.
6. Please note that Total Fundable Amount, Total Assets Funded changed correctly. But the Total Subsidies Funded also got changed even though there was no change in the subsidy amount.


Cause

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