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EASIM _ Simulation scenario Doubt

Hi all,

I am doing rate category comparison using EASIM (Simulation scenario) functionality and maintained required configuration for alternative rate category.

If I maintained the meter reading (using El28) for next billing period and trying to run simulation for same period (start bill period and end bill period on EASIM screen)system is giving information message “Enter valid meter reading” and not allowing to simulate.

But whereas if there is no meter reading entered for next bill period, system is simulating bill correctly

Also If I change MR in meter reading tab page , it is also not working.

Am I missing something?

Using below Config:

Simulation Scen. Category: Simulation Period with Rate Category Comparison and alternative rate categories are maintained.

Thanks in advance,

Chetan

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    Posted on Sep 24, 2013 at 06:55 AM

    Hi Chetan,

    You can try by deleting the Meter reading and Bill order for the contract you are simulating. Enter the consumption manually through "Period Consumption" tab in EASIM.

    Hope then you wont get the error.

    Thanks,

    Rakesh

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    Posted on Sep 24, 2013 at 07:22 AM

    Hi Chetan ,

    you have to check meter reading validation , may be you are putting less or more than reading for that period. You can do this by deleting the MR and estimating the same period for billing and along with you can check the status of contract like MR status and billable .

    Regards ,

    Vishwajeet kumar

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