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GCDCOLAC :: Unable To Save Due To Invalid Datatype For NettingAmount (Doc ID 2935047.1)

Last updated on MARCH 16, 2023

Applies to:

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


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GCDCOLAC :: Unable to save due to Invalid Datatype for nettingAmount

GCDCOLAC screen is throwing error while saving.

Contract Contribution of Contract Reference 0000000000057 should be less than or equal to the Account Balance GEDCOLLT_30

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1) Launch GCDCOLAC
2) Provide the mandatory details in the main screen
3) Navigate to Linked Accounts and Contracts and provide the details. Contract Contribution should be less then Account Balance.
4) While saving its throwing error.

The issue has the following business impact:
Due to this issue, users can't able to submit the transaction in GCDCOLAC screen.


Currently nettingAmount datatype is INTEGER and its trying to convert BIGDECIMAL to INTEGER Datatype. also nettingAmount is not holding the decimal value.
its throwing error for large amount.

Class file Path: ELCMKernel.jar\com\ofss\elcm\el\CollateralsGCDCOLACChild.class

from Class file: (2nd line)

if (!collateralsGCDCOLACDto.getCollateralsLinkedContracts().isEmpty()) {
  int nettingAmount = 0;
  BigDecimal totalContractContribution = BigDecimal.ZERO;
  for (CollateralsLinkedContractGCDCOLACDto collateralsLinkedContractDto : collateralsGCDCOLACDto.getCollateralsLinkedContracts()) {
  dbg("Coming inside for Validation on Linked Contract");

From Debug:

Got netting Amount-->>>3805477404.15
totalContractContribution 2:0
INSIDE validating netting amount
Validation On contractContribution
Got sumOfContribution->>>>null
totalContribution :10000.00
Got sumOfContribution->>>>0
currContribution :: 0
nettingAmount :: -489489892


 Fix provided to change the validation using consistent data types.


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