E1: 05: Unable To Use "Accrue Days" In a DBA Table If The Table Method Used Is Not 2
Last updated on DECEMBER 07, 2016
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Canadian Payroll - Version 9.1 and later
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Can't use the "Accrue Days" checkbox (Alias DCLC) of the P059021/W059021 when the DBA method associated to the table method used is different from 2 (Table - Date Range). Would like to be able to generate accruals using "Accrue Days" even when the DBA Table lower/upper limits are not based only on dates. For instance, create a DBA table associated to a Table Method which works with a DBA method (P059027/W059027C, field aliases DBA1, DBA2 or DBA3) equal to '1' (Salary), or '3' (DOB), '9' (Age), '4' (Hours), '8' (Gross) etc.
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