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Portfolio Performance Screen Does Not Display Records Where Realized Gain/Loss Is 0 (Doc ID 2597489.1)

Last updated on MARCH 03, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle FLEXCUBE Private Banking - Version 2.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

ERROR
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In Portfolio Performance Screen -> Select (Portfolio) RM Managed, (Type) Gain Loss Summary. It is observed that in some cases, holding record is present in the system but it is not visible in this screen.

In the particular case reported, for a BOND instrument, the BUY transaction is of Qty = 1 and Price = 1000000; The SELL is also for QTY = 1 and Price = 1000000, this particular transaction is not visible in the above screen.

If there is a difference in price, the transactions are visible. So if in the scenario above, Buy of Qty=1 and Price =1000000 is sold at Qty=1 and Price 1000001, the transaction will be visible.

On the contrary, such Bond instruments (with same buy and sell price) are correctly visible in another screen "Customer->Portfolio->Analysis"


STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Process Buy and Sell transactions for Bond Instrument Type, with same price.
2. In Banker Portal. Navigate to screen Customer->Portfolio->Performance->Performance Analysis
3. Select Portfolio - RM Managed, Type - Gain Loss Summary


BUSINESS IMPACT
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The issue has the following business impact:
Due to this issue, users cannot see this particular record on the front-end screen, giving discrepant and confusing view as the same record is visible in "Customer->Portfolio->Analysis" screen.

Changes

No specific changes have been observed to be causing this issue. 

Cause

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