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### DM Season Group Calculation in Non Interval Scenario

1. 1. ISU : Season Group Based Calculation for Non Interval CustomersPresented By : Rakesh DasguptaContent at : http://wp.me/p1Ci5j-1r http://wp.me/p1Ci5j-
2. 2. Agenda1.Scenario Details2.Season Operand3.Line Items Used4.Using Season Operand In Rate Category5.On/Off Operands in Rate6.Installation Facts7.Demo8.Questions .
3. 3. Scenario DetailsThe Client wants to bill his customer on the basis of Season.But he doesn’t want to implement EDM Season Groups for this.There is no scope for Profile and AMI meters.The Meters though has two registers which stores the On peak andOff Peak rates.We have to use Season Operand for maintaining the Seasons in thesystem and model a Billing master data that takes into scope theSeasons while calculating the On/Off Peak rates for the Billing Period.As the customer want to see separate line item for1. Of Peak Consumption2. Off Peak Consumption3. Total Consumption based on the Season.We have created new line items for displaying the same.
4. 4. Season Operand CategoryOperands are descriptive variables defined by the utilitycompany.The rate allocates values – such as price or consumption – to theoperands. The operand values serve as input and outputparameters for the variant programs.To create a Season Operand we have to use the Season OperandCategory.Operand Category are predefined characteristics that areallocated to the operand. It helps to classify the operand inVariant Programs.
5. 5. Season Operand I - Summer
6. 6. Season Operand II- Winter II-
7. 7. Line Items - On/Off Peak, Season Group-Summer/Winter Group-
8. 8. Rate Category
9. 9. Rate Category - Facts
10. 10. Rate Off Peak - Header
11. 11. Rate Off Peak – Rate Steps
12. 12. Rate Off Peak - Facts
13. 13. Rate On Peak - Header
14. 14. Rate On Peak – Rate Steps
15. 15. Rate On Peak - Facts
16. 16. Schema Steps
17. 17. Billing – For Summer Season – Off Peak Line Item
18. 18. Billing – For Summer Season – On Peak Line Item
19. 19. Billing – For Summer Season : Total Amount Line Item
20. 20. Billing – For Summer Season : Doc Overview
21. 21. Billing – For Summer + Winter Season : First Line Item
22. 22. Billing – For Summer + Winter Season : Second Line Item
23. 23. Billing – For Summer + Winter Season : Third Line Item
24. 24. Billing – For Summer + Winter Season : Fourth Line Item
25. 25. Billing – For Summer + Winter Season : Fifth Line Item
26. 26. Billing – For Summer + Winter Season : Sixth line Item
27. 27. Billing – For Summer + Winter Season : Doc Overview
28. 28. Billing – For Winter Season : Off Peak Line Item
29. 29. Billing – For Winter Season : On Peak Line Item
30. 30. Billing – For Winter Season : Total Amount
31. 31. Billing – For Winter Season : Doc Overview
32. 32. Demo
33. 33. Questions