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Fee Calculation Document details in the fee history tables

Dear colleagues,

I have a problem with SC details saving in the CMACDB_* tables.

The student has the registration to program A. The details of the program were saved in the CMACDB_FEESC table during the first fee calc process for the student.

The student had changed his program from A to B in the same calculate period.

The program A was cancelled. The Inactive status appears in hrp1771 and the record was deleted from hrp1769.

When amount and DDS for the program B weren't changed (same tariff and same spreading payments ), the second fee calc process doesn't change the program A details to the program B details in the CMACDB_FEESC and in the CMACDB_ITEMRES tables.

Therefore, the student has the active program B in the registration and he has the program A in the fee history tables.

Does anyone know the solution for this problem without repair/enhancement of CMAC_FEE_PROCESS ?

Thanks a lot.

Tatiana

Edited by: Tatiana Shwartz on Aug 5, 2010 9:56 AM

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    Posted on Sep 23, 2010 at 08:05 PM

    Tatiana,

    Do you have any re-fund rule set-up for this scenario? Fee calculation posted this charge agains program A. If you don't re-fund charges against program A. How will system will allow you to post again program B? I think that's the step is missing.

    Prabhat Singh

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