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OBPM 14.1 - PS11 :: SEPA Non Urgent - Batch Cancellation Functionality Not Working Correctly (Doc ID 2490118.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 18, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Banking Payments - Version 14.1.0.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

On : 14.1.0.0.0 version, Implementation Support

OBPM 14.1 - PS11 :: SEPA Non Urgent - Batch Cancellation functionality not working correctly

Scenario 1:-

If user cancels the batch before dispatch from PMDBATCL screen, the status of the transactions still remains processed and later changing to cancel after dispatch is triggered.

Simulation Steps :-

1.) Upload PAIN001 file.
2.) Check that individual txns get processed.
3.) Check that the dispatch has not happened.
4.) Try to cancel a batch from PMDBATCL and verify the transaction status of the individual txns.
5.) Now manually dispatch the ICF file from PMDDFILE screen.
6.) Now verify the transaction status of the individual txns.

Expected Behavior :-
Batch and individual txns should get cancelled before dispatch. Status should update to Cancel for individual transactions and accounting should get reversed.

Actual Behavior :-
As soon as dispatch is run status of the individual transactions changes to cancelled.


Scenario 2:-

User is allowed to Cancel the batch from PMDBATCL even if the batch is dispatched.

Simulation Steps :-

1.) Upload PAIN001 file.
2.) Check that individual txns get processed and dispatched.
3.) Try to cancel the dispatched batch from BMDBATCL.

Expected Behavior :-
User should not be allowed to Cancel an dispatched batch.

Actual Behavior :-
User is allowed to Cancel an dispatched batch. Although no action is taken on batch for this cancellation.
 

Solution

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