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New Resinstatement Rule

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edited Sep 5, 2020 12:10AM in Benefits 4 comments

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What's the difference between "Reinstate If Electability Exists for the Backed Out Result" and "Reinstate If Electability Exists for the Backed Out Result, else apply defaults"

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There's a new reinstatement rule for life events titled "Reinstate If Electability Exists for the Backed Out Result, else apply defaults". I am wondering if anyone has found the difference with this option and the existing "Reinstate If Electability Exists for the Backed Out Result". The Implementing Benefits doc does not list this new code (https://docs.oracle.com/en/cloud/saas/human-resources/20b/faibf/program-and-plan-enrollment-criteria-rules-and-validation.html#FAIBF1146088)

Based on the language, I thought the existing code would always apply the defaults when the life event was backed out and reprocessed.

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