Default Component Product Defined Under Promotion Not Working During Upgrade Promotion.

(Doc ID 1499637.1)

Last updated on MARCH 02, 2017

Applies to:

Siebel eConfigurator - Version 8.1.1.3 SIA[21219] and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Default component Product defined under Promotion not working during Upgrade Promotion.
 
The test case is as below

A. Create Products
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1. Navigate to Administration Products >> Product Definitions
2. Create a product "M1 Child" and release it.
3. Create another Product "M1 Root" with structure Type = Customizable.
4. Create a relationship and add the Product "M1 Child"
5. Release Product "M1 Root"

B. Create Promotions
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1. Navigate to Administration Products >> Product Promotions
2. Create a new Bundle Promotion  "MProm 0" and add the product "M1 Root' (Min,Def, Max Cardinality = 1)
3. Release a new version of Promotion "MProm 0".
4. Create another Bundle Promotion "MProm 1" and add the product "M1 Root"  (Min,Def, Max Cardinality = 1)
5. Drilldown on the Product and override cardinality (Min,Max,Default) for M1 Child is set to 1.
6. Define the Upgrade rule in the Update tab
7. Release new versions of the Promotion

C. Create Sales Order
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1. Create a new Sales Order
2. Select the Promotion "MProm 0" in the Line items applets
3. By default "M1 Root" product gets added.
4. Complete the Promotion and product line items  and click on the Auto Asset button .

D. Upgrade Promotion
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1. Select the created Promotion Asset in the Account Summary view and select the Upgrade menu option
2. A pop up opens, select the "MProm 1" from the Popup.
3. New Sales Order is created with below line items

Results
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The new Order created with below details

M1 Root - Update
MProm 1 - Add
MProm 0 - Delete

The expected result is
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M1 Root - Update
 |_ M1 Child - Add
MProm 1 - Add
MProm 0 - Delete

Cause

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