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Daily limit policy calculation (Hotel)

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Summary:

How does Oracle calculate the daily limit for, for example, Hotel costs?

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From a client we have a specific example.

I'll use fictive numbers, to make it easier.

Policy for Hotel costs: Daily limit allowed of 200 USD

User stays in Hotel 1 and checks in on 10/Sept.

However, the next 2 nights, he stays in Hotel 2 and he checks in on 11/Sept at Hotel 2.

User enters:

  • 10/Sept: Hotel cost of 120 USD (1 day)
  • 11/Sept: Hotel cost of 300 USD (2 days)

The system generates a policy error, exceeding daily limit.

The question is, how does Oracle perform this calculation?


Option 1 (how we thought it worked, count the days forward):

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