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Validating on ISC/UATP Amount in BM

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Created by Wang Q on 2011-01-10 23:05:44 Back to Topics

Validating on ISC/UATP Amount in BM

According to the comments in IS-IDEC record structure SFI33 element21, ‘Should be equal to ISC% Allowed * Gross Amount Billed/Credited / 100 rounded to two decimal places’, in many circumstance, Billing Entity aims to debit a ISC/UATP AMT without other AMT in BM record. Therefore, it is not satisfied with this balance. Is it enforced to fail validating?
Replied by Ashley H on 2011-01-14 14:39:02
Hi,
 
The ISC amount cannot exist without the Gross Amount being specified. This formula forces the carriers to follow this rule.If this formula is violated, it will result in validation failure.

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Posted: Monday, January 10, 2011 11:05 PM
Subject: Validating on ISC/UATP Amount in BM

According to the comments in IS-IDEC record structure SFI33 element21, ‘Should be equal to ISC% Allowed * Gross Amount Billed/Credited / 100 rounded to two decimal places’, in many circumstance, Billing Entity aims to debit a ISC/UATP AMT without other AMT in BM record. Therefore, it is not satisfied with this balance. Is it enforced to fail validating?
 
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