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: In BDM, underpayments are not created as separate cases and instead they will be created as separate component on the same benefit case. But since this component doesn’t exist in the ruleset as a deductible component the Generate ILI processing will exclude the underpayment component amount from deductions.
What we like to have is OOTB should consider underpayment amounts as a deducible component for a nominee (similar to underpayment as separate case).
The workaround way of adding an underpayment as an objective to the ruleset is not correct, so it would be helpful if OOTB can either provide an indicator on admin Product that indicates if underpay component is subject to deductions or not, or an extension point in MaintainFinancialComponent.isComponentDeductible() for customers to override the OOTB behavior.
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