Touchstone 4.0 Database Documentation
tLossCostType Table
Description
Stores the lost cost options for a non-catastrophe loss analysis.
Properties
Creation Date10/17/2014 9:52 AM
File GroupPRIMARY
Text File Group
System Object
Published for Replication
Rows10
Data Space Used8.00 KB
Index Space Used8.00 KB
Columns
 Column NameDescriptionDatatypeLengthAllow NullsDefaultFormula
Primary Key LossCostTypeCode

Code that represents the lost cost type.

  • ADJST = Adjustment Factor     
    (Loss cost Adjustment factor applied)
  • BGI = ISO BGI and No Default for SCL
    (Loss cost calculation using ISO BGI and no default for SCL being applied)
  • BGICSCL = ISO BGI, default custom SCL          
    (Loss cost calculation using ISO BGI and default custom SCL)
  • BGISCL = Both ISO BGI and SCL option           
    (Loss cost calculation based on peril group by BGI, SCL or any one of the peril group)
  • CBGI = Custom Default BGI ,No SCL backfill    
    (Loss cost calculation based on default custom BGI and no default custom SCL)
  • CSCL = Custom Default SCL ,No BGI Default custom   
    (Loss cost calculation based on default custom SCL and no default custom BGI)
  • CSTM = Custom loss cost, default custom BGI, default custom SCL      
    (Loss cost calculation using custom calculator, default custom BGI template, default custom SCL template)
  • SCL = ISO SCL and No Default for BGI 
    (Loss cost calculation using ISO and SCL and no default for BGI being applied)
  • SCLCBGI = ISO SCL, Default Custom BGI         
    (Loss cost calculation using ISO SCL and default custom BGI)
  • USR = User Supplied Loss
    (Loss input by user)
VarChar10   
 LossCostType

Name of the of the loss cost type.

Corresponds to the code in LossCostTypeCode

VarChar255   
 DescriptionDescription of the code.VarChar1024  
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