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Large decision table do not evaluate rows correctly



Large decision table do not evaluate rows, greater than 1260, correctly.

Error Messages

Not Applicable

Steps to Reproduce

  1. Create a decision table with greater than 10 columns and greater than 1260 rows.
  2. Evaluate the rows after 1260. Though the rows match, the values are not returned.

Root Cause

This occurs for decision tables with more than five columns and greater than five property sets after the return value in the decision table.
The nPropRowLimit value is set to 60 (instead of 50) in the decisionTableMethodBody Rule Utility Function (RUF) when numPropSetColumns > 5. 
Rows evaluation logic is based on this number. If 1000 divided by this number is not zero then the rows are not evaluated correctly.


Apply  HFix-50860.


Published March 1, 2019 - Updated October 8, 2020

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