E1:77/07: DBA Y Should Only Calculate When DBA X Calculates
(Doc ID 2596814.1)
Last updated on AUGUST 24, 2020
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Canadian Payroll - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
An employee that have low wages but have a deduction DBA with arrearage method of N-do not reduce making the system put the remainder that it couldn't collect into DBA 9997 to be collect back from the employee on the sub-sequence payroll. Employee also have a Y DBA that is base a 100% on an X DBA. When the above scenario arise, DBA Y calculated even though DBA X did not calculate due to employee lack of gross wages. Note: Calculate if no gross flag is blank on all three DBAs.
STEPS TO REPRODUCE
1. Set up an employee (Customer is in Canada so the reported issue is for Canadian employee but believe this issue occurs in both US and Canada)
2. Attached three DBAs to the employees. 1st DBA is a deduction with the arrearage method of N-Do not reduce. 2nd DBA is a deduction with arrearge method of P and cal even if no gross is leave as blank. 3rd DBA is a benefit DBA that base 100% on the 2nd DBA.
3. On an interim, pay employees with a gross (be sure it is not enough to cover the deduction of the 1st DBA).
4. you will see the 3rd Benfeft DBA is calculate even though the 2nd based on DBA didn't
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