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E1: 07/77/75A/75Z: Pay Type, Deduction, Benefit, Accrual (PDBA) FAQ (Doc ID 1447454.1)

Last updated on MARCH 16, 2020

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne HCM Foundation - Version XE and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

Frequently Asked Questions regarding Pay Types, Deductions, Benefits and Accruals (PDBAs)

Questions and Answers

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Purpose
Questions and Answers
 Question 1:  What is the setup for a prior month DBA  - purpose being to calculate only when an employee works for 80 hours in the prior calendar month?
 Question 2:  Can the Prior Limit field in P059117 be used to define a DBA to calculate only when a Prior DBA reaches 80 hours?
 Question 3:  If an employee has No Gross Pay and has a deduction DBA, the system calculates a basis for this DBA thereby allowing a percentage benefit DBA, that is based on the gross of the deduction DBA, to calculate a dollar amount.  How do we get both the deduction and the benefit to not calculate if the employee has no gross?
 Question 4:  How does the Calculate During 1st Period Worked of Month (FPMC) check box on the Basic DBA Information form work?
 Question 5:  Can a benefit be setup for supplemental taxation?
 Question 6:  Can custom table methods added to F07901 and custom values added to UDC 07/VN?
 Question 7:  Why does a DBA with an effective end (EFTE) date on the PDBA setup that is attached at the Group Plan DBA level continue to calculate even though the end date is prior to the current pay period.
 Question 8:  The DBA descriptions are missing from employee DBA instructions after migrating from another release.
 Question 9:  Why when adding and/or changing a French description on an existing pay type (on the web) does the addition and/or change not save?
 Question 10:  How is the UKID created in the F0719?
 Question 11:  When a cash benefit is included in a payment, why is the amount not included in gross pay? The gross should include all cash payments. This happens only with Type 4 Benefits.  Type 2 Benefits that are Exempt from taxes (Tax Override) appear in the gross pay correctly.
 Question 12:  What does limit method 3 do in DBA setup?
 Question 13:  When creating a deduction, the rate control field cannot be set as 'blank'.  The system defaults to 3. Can this be changed to allow a blank?
 Question 14:  Is there a way for the taxes to compute differently for employees who are coded with 99 exemptions in order to prevent taxes from being withheld when we do bonus payments that are coded with the "B" in the Auto Pay Methods field. ?
 Question 15: What is the difference on Worker Compensation Insurance method of calculation code 1 ( Annual Limit/Percent of Gross) and 6 (Annual Limit/Percent of Gross)?
 Question 16:  Why is the limit being applied to the pay basis and not the amount for an accrual?
 Question 18:  How can limits be applied across multiple PDBA codes?
 Question 20:  How can a non-cash taxable benefit be setup to be exempt from some States and Federal but still calculate for other States?
 Question 22:  When an employee is rehired, what is the best way to use their new rehire date for DBA accrual calculations?
  Question 25: How does the Arrearage Method field on DBA Setup work for deductions and benefits?
 Question 26: Is there a field in the F0719 that identifies which deductions are pre-tax or post-tax? Or does that flag exist in another table?
 Question 27: The DBA annual limits are not being considered for a limit group. They used to work, why are they not working now?
 Question 28: Do group limits and individual limits have to be the same?
 Question 29: How does the system handle group limits vs. individual limits? Is there a hierarchy on what is used first?
 Question 30: What UBE will repost from the F0719 to the F06146?
 Question 31: How are the ZOVR and ODBA field used?
 Question 32: Is it possible to clear the 9997 DBA manually?
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