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Loan Account in WOFF status thrown an error CL-ACCT-100 during manual payment trough screen CLDPYMNT (Doc ID 2589987.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 22, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle FLEXCUBE Universal Banking - Version 12.0.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When attempting to do manual payment through screen CLDPYMNT, the following error occurs:
CL-ACCT-100 : No a/c entries are maintained for the applicable rule.

Changes

Loan contract is in write off (WOFF) status hence given an error as CL-ACCT-100 ( No a/c entries are maintained for the applicable rule.) for ACCR event while doing the manual payment trough screen CLDPYMNT.

Cause

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In this Document
Symptoms
 When attempting to do manual payment through screen CLDPYMNT, the following error occurs:
CL-ACCT-100 : No a/c entries are maintained for the applicable rule.

Changes
 Loan contract is in write off (WOFF) status hence given an error as CL-ACCT-100 ( No a/c entries are maintained for the applicable rule.) for ACCR event while doing the manual payment trough screen CLDPYMNT.
Cause
 System is trying to fully settle MAIN_INT for schedule due date.
 If partial payment done and system has not accrued complete amount due then system will do force accrual for rest of the amount.
 During force accrual, ACCR event is not maintained at product level if loan is in WOFF status hence system thrown an error : CL-ACCT-100 ( No a/c entries are maintained for the applicable rule.)
Solution
 In case partial payment done and system has not accrued complete amount due then as per the base functionality system will do force accrual for rest of the amount.
 Hence, suggested to the bank that Product needs to modify for loan status condition for ACCR event and save to reflect this change in CLTM_PRODUCT_EVENT_ACCTRULES.
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