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E1: 07: Enhancement Request to have Prevailing Wage Lump Sum Pay Code Calculations Created Before Payroll For Correct Fringe (Doc ID 2600840.1)

Last updated on MARCH 16, 2020

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne US Payroll - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

The prevailing wage (PW) lump sum pay code calculation and creation should be completed before the payroll is submitted in order for the prevailing wage lump sum pay code amounts to be included in fringe calculations. For example the OT generator is submitted before payroll, can we have an option to submit the prevailing wage lump sum calculation program and create the lines with lump sum prevailing wage pay codes after the OT generator and before the payroll is submitted?

Previously Bug 22026972 was entered for this issue. The bug was closed with the following disposition:

ISSUE: The lump sum prevailing wage adjustment is not being included in the basis of calculation for a separate DBA.

CAUSE: The prevailing wage benefit is the last DBA to calculation at the Group Plan level, meaning all other Group Plan DBAs and EE DBAs have already finished calculating. The timecard is then created, but it is too late the in order of calculation of the DBAs to be included in a DBA that has already finished calculating.

RESOLUTION: The prevailing wage adjustment is unable to be included in the basis of calculation for a current period DBA that has already finished calculating.

Thus, Enhancement Bug 22263496 was entered and it too was closed (rejected) with the following disposition: Enhancement request is declined, as the benefit is too narrow for the estimated cost.



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