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E1:08: HCM Foundations Employee Supplemental Data FAQs (Doc ID 1070530.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 28, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne HCM Foundation - Version XE and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
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This document clarifies the allowable grid changes to Employee Supplemental Data Type.

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Questions and Answers
 General Questions
 Question 1:  Is it possible to design the order of data items on the grid when defining Employee Supplemental Data Type?
 Question 2:  Why is T3EFTE  defaulting to 12/31/2012 when a new record is created in Supplemental Data.  How can this be turned off?
 Question 3:  When using a supplemental data type with a display mode of 'P' - why is it not being shown as an option when you go to associate the supplemental data. It works fine in prior release fat client. But all prior releases also do not work for Web.
 Question 4:  How can applicant supplemental data be transferred t an employee during the hire process?
 Question 5:  In Supplemental Data inquiry, why is the data not aligned with the column headings?  
 Question 6: In P08401 when the status of an applicant is changed it is not being reflected in supplemental data.  The help on application status APS says that the system will automatically insert records into supplemental data F00092. Why isn't this working?
 Question 7: How does EnterpriseOne assign the unique key identifier (UKID) in the Supplemental Data table F00092?
 Question 8: Is it possible to make one field in supplemental data mandatory of another field that has a certain value?  For example, if the UDC value is populated, then the user date must also be populated ?
 Question 1:  When running R0500104 (HRM Supplemental Data Narrative Text Conversion) why is a duplicate key error received?

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