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OBPM - Amount Slabs Are Not Considered For Rule Based Pricing For Outbound Transactions (Doc ID 2815793.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 25, 2021

Applies to:

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


On : version, Implementation Support

Issue Detail:
Rule based pricing is enabled in the bank and charges are maintained slab wise. Pricing code is defined with local currency. While performing an outbound cross border transaction, the pricing is populated based on the transaction amount and not based on the local currency amount.
For Example;
Amount Slab:
For 100000 BDT - -charge is 100 BDT
For 200000 BDT - -charge is 200 BDT
For 300000 BDT - -charge is 300 BDT
For 999999999999 BDT - -charge is 400 BDT

If the transaction in PXDOTONL is for a transfer currency of 100000 USD(FCY) then system is picking 100 BDT as the charge. Ideally system should have considered the LCY equivalent of 100000 USD which is 8000000(80*100000 , where 80 is the exchange rate) and derive a charge amount of 400 which is in the outer bracket.
This behavior is working fine for Pricing value and not working for rule based pricing value.

Expected Behavior:
Let the transaction be of any transfer currency, the amount slab of the charges should be based on the currency of the charge realization or there should be a place holder to define the currency of the amount slabs. System cannot assume it to be transfer currency amount for amount slabs.


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