Where the tariff 300001331 is published in order to supersed the 300000006.
After that in timeslot 401:
number of subscriptions fo 300000006 is 0, and for 300001331 is also 0.
The more obvious example is in the timeslot 430 where we lose arroung 9000 customers in one timeslot (after the tariff that they have been subscribed to was revoked). Moreover, the price in the superseded (new tariff) was lower than in the revoked one - so there is no possible explanation why, all the customers are transffered to the default broker...
I'm afraid my memory is failing. The superseding behavior was disabled for a good reason. Before we re-enable it, we have to decide what the correct behavior should be. It appears that superseding can only work if the customer has an opportunity to re-evaluate its subscription options, with little or none of the usual inertia, before the first time it makes use of the superseding tariff. Since this requires a change to all the customer models, we put it off, and I don't see having time to resolve it before the July competition.
If anyone can suggest what the protocol should be for superseding tariffs, please let us know. If it's a complex change, it will be especially welcome if we have a volunteer to do the work.