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CPA005 Transaction Rejected in FTM Base but Accepted by Gateway in PFS layer (Refer WorkItem Work Item 114946)
During AFT application development, we found that FTM Base rejected transactions where getting accepted by Gateway in PFS i.e. FTM Base Rejections are not considered by Gateway for updating a payment's status.
We raised a RTC defect 114946 for this and did not get a fix for the same as this was supposed to be a fundamental change in the CPS flows.
However this is not a correct behaviour as FTM Base Transaction and it's related FTM PFS Payment are not in sync with one another.
We expect that Gateway Engine consider's FTM Base transaction status during ingestion.
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