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For an editable UPTO PERIODS it should be a number,but actually is .:(zqu):(zqu)Caused by(zqu)

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When I click on select product I have the following error:

Content cannot be displayed: common.apex.runtime.impl.ExecutionException: 
(convert2ZChargeGroup) Exception while converting to ChargeGroup.:zqu.ZQException:(convert2ZCharge) Exception while converting
ZCharges.:zqu.ZQException:Error on zCharge: Aloha Command Center Base Plan Monthly Fee, Details: For an editable UPTO PERIODS it
should be a number, but actually is .:(zqu):(zqu)Caused by(zqu)

 

 

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Re: For an editable UPTO PERIODS it should be a number,but actually is .:(zqu):(zqu)Caused by(zqu)


Solution:
Because the quote rate plan charge xxxx has End Date Condition = Fixed Period, you must provide a value for Up To Periods Type and Up To How Many Periods fields.

 



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https://knowledgecenter.zuora.com/DC_Developers/SOAP_API/E1_SOAP_API_Object_Reference/ProductRatePla...
Another option is to set End Date Condition = Subscription End Date then you do not have to fill out Up To Periods Type nor Up To How Many Periods.






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Re: For an editable UPTO PERIODS it should be a number,but actually is .:(zqu):(zqu)Caused by(zqu)


Solution:
Because the quote rate plan charge xxxx has End Date Condition = Fixed Period, you must provide a value for Up To Periods Type and Up To How Many Periods fields.

 



Supporting References:
https://knowledgecenter.zuora.com/DC_Developers/SOAP_API/E1_SOAP_API_Object_Reference/ProductRatePla...
Another option is to set End Date Condition = Subscription End Date then you do not have to fill out Up To Periods Type nor Up To How Many Periods.






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