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Structure Fix : Incorrect Utilization Captured During The Liquidation (Doc ID 2834644.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 25, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle FLEXCUBE Universal Banking - Version 12.3 to 12.4.0.0.0
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 12.3 version, Production Support-SET

Issue :  Incorrect utilization captured during the liquidation

During the BC creation user have not tagged the facility details. The facility was tagged at acceptance stage and then the bill was fully liquidated.so leads a incorrect utilization in the facility side.

Detail Explanation:
1. During initiation stage, the Bill Contract has created without including the facility details, Because of that it doesn’t trigger the entries in facility.
2. Bill acceptance Stage ,Facility details are added along with contract
3. So during liquidation it start firing the entries in ELCM.
which causing the Incorrect utilization in Facility side.
 

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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 Bill Acceptance stage won't trigger any facility entries so it won't allow the user to add the facility details over there.
During the liquidation stage shouldn't start firing new the facility entries in ELCM.


STEPS
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1.create the BC contract without including the facility details .(INIT event )
2.During the acceptance stage, facility details are included.
3.Do the full Liquidation (which will fire the new facility entries in elcm side)
4. During the bill acceptance stage it allowed the user to add the facility details ,and during the liquidation it start firing the new entries in ELCM side ,which leads the incorrect utilization entries in elcm side

Changes

 

Cause

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