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Passthrough Advance Stream Is For Full Service Amount, Is Not Considering Passthrough % Or Amount (Doc ID 2615446.1)

Last updated on JULY 14, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Lease and Finance Management - Version 12.2.7 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 12.2.7 version, Lease Authoring

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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Passthrough Advance stream is for full service amount, is not considering passthrough % or amount

When using the Advance passthrough functionality, the majority of their vendors expect payment at the beginning of the service contract for the whole term. Using INSURANCE SERVICE in this example but it applies to all service passthrough streams in our testing so far.

While the OLFM to AP process works correctly in this regard and creates the AP invoice upfront for the correct %, the streams do not seem to reconcile - the PASS THROUGH ADVANCE INSURANCE stream is for the total of the service line, although the total will never be passed through.

e.g the INSURANCE SERVICE stream is $25,200.00, which is also the value of the PASS THROUGH ADVANCE INSURANCE stream. In contrast, the AP invoice and PASS THROUGH INSURANCE EXPENSE ACCRUAL are for the correct value of $12,600.00.

 Is there a valid reason why the PASS THROUGH ADVANCE stream would not be created for the planned amount of passthrough on the contract?

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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It is expected that the passthrough % is considered for PASS THROUGH ADVANCE INSURANCE stream

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Create a contract using the Advance passthrough feature.
2. Price the contract and book it and follow necessary steps. Check the streams.



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Cause

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