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HOWTO: Existing Debit And Credit Settlement Accounts In Components Are Changing During CL Account Rollover (Doc ID 2558429.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 09, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle FLEXCUBE Universal Banking - Version 11.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : 11.2 version, Production Support-SET

Present setup of debit and credit settlement accounts in components of a CL account are changing while we do manual rollover. During manual rollover (CLDMROLL) of a CL account after click on 'Default' button system is replacing the existing debit and credit settlement accounts in all components with what debit and credit settlement accounts were maintained at product level.

Impact: In CL account where liquidation mode is 'Auto' and EMI is taking from CASA account (debit settlement account) but after rollover of that CL account system takes the EMI from GL instead of CASA account and due to this reason below are the impacts 
1. GL balance become imbalance
2. As per system EMI is paid though it is not paid by the customer
3. If customer does not have available balance then we could not adjust the imbalance of bridge gl and due to this reason bank is losing penal interest (as EMI is not actually paid by customer hence penal interest will be charged).


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