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OBPM Target 2 Outbound Payment - ECA Block Amount Next Working Date (Retry Action) (Doc ID 2816634.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 22, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Banking Payments - Version 14.3.0.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 14.3.0.0.0 version, Production Support

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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OBPM Target 2 Outbound Payment - ECA Block Amount next working date (Retry Action)


1- An Outbound Payment has been placed in ECA Queue (ex dt.20/09/2021)
Balance of the Debit account is 0 (Account does not have balance)
2- User tries to release the payment next working date (dt.22/09/2021), after some funds are added into the account (Current balance > Transaction Amount)
3- User visits ECA queue screen and Presses RETRY button
4- Payment is moved to another queue (Authorization Limit Queue) but the transaction amount is shown as Blocked in the balance of the account
5- Possible scenario (After the user will release the payment from Authorization Limit Queue it will be then stuck again at ECA Queue. Considering that, amount block is set, Available BalanceSuch case should not happen.



EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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ECA Amount block is caused only in cases where an outbound target 2 payment is released the next working date.


STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1- An Outbound Payment has been placed in ECA Queue (ex dt.20/09/2021)
Balance of the Debit account is 0 (Account does not have balance)
2- User tries to release the payment next working date (dt.22/09/2021), after some funds are added into the account (Current balance > Transaction Amount)
3- User visits ECA queue screen and Presses RETRY button
4- Payment is moved to another queue (Authorization Limit Queue) but the transaction amount is shown as Blocked in the balance of the account

Cause

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