I'm assuming this is related to the rounding issues we are currently
investigating. Detailing this use case so Van/Beth can be aware of it.
I've reprod this only on the test server, but I'm assuming this would repro on
a clean build.
------ log into test server
Search for "Tom Bombadel" and click on his name
Under the "Account Information" blue/grey boxes, click the link "View all
Click on Test Loan # 000100000005793
Look at Loan Balance Column
Loan balance displays -0.3 in the principal row and total row
B/c the loan has been written off, the balance should be zero.
Platform: All, OS: All
Moved to vNext as this is a rare case and can be dealt with in accounting.
Assigning back to v1.1 and to Kim.
Fixed in revision 13173. This bug happened when a loan was created and the loan
schedules were generated and the loan amount was rounded twice. Note that since
the bug happened when a loan is created this fix won't work for existing loans.
Loans created after this fix will work.
Tested against test server by creating new loans and moving them into the states
noted above by Emily. No longer see rounding error with rescheduled flat
interest loan (000100000000556 on test server) or declining balance written off
loan (000100000000557 )
Going to make Arpita QA contact to confirm and reflect this bug in appropriate
Loan balances are "0" in both closed-rescheduled and closed-written off loans.
Verified in Revisions 13187 & 13197