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Default Subscription expiry control from Offering level apart from existing Organization level

Default Subscription expiry control from Offering level apart from existing Organization level

Problem :

There are multiple teams from a Organization consuming HCM and definetly having a common expiry date across all the offerings within the organization will not be practically working for a Enterprise customer.

Requirement :

HCM needs to enable an option to over-ride the Default Subscription Expiry date from the offering level , if a value is set else not, pick the expiry values set in the Organization level

 

Use Case Example:

Some Offerings needs to be restricted to just 1 week max subscription period due to more resource consumption. And some offerings needs to be restricted to max 1 year. And if we set 1 week max subscription period with current functionality , end-user with the need for 1 year subscription will need to go through extention process for subcription. So, we need to have micro level control via Offerings created to over-ride this system-wide settings. 

So, System Wide Settings can be left with 1 year max period and offering level control will allow to user to restrict the max period to lower number of days. 

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Its quite useful thought. Good job Siva.

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