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E1:07: F0618 PPP(Pay Period Of Month) is Blank on Time Entry Records Processed Thru Interims (Doc ID 2615457.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 26, 2020

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Canadian Payroll - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Time entry records that are pulled into an interim and processed do not have a value in the PPP (pay period of month) in the F06116. Even when the interim is pulled into a pre-payroll the field is not loaded but other records not entered thru an interim have a PPP value. The PPED is loaded when the interim is processed but not the PPP. The blanks then flow through to the F0618.

STEPS TO REPRODUCE
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1. Enter some time entry for an employee
2. View the time entry in the F06116; the PPP field is blank, the PPED field is blank
3. Set up Interim Payment Workbench with an ID to process this employee
4. Add an Interim to pull in the time entry for the employee
5. Calculate to see stub details
6. Save the Interim
7. View the time entry in the F06116; the PPP is still blank, the PPED shows the payment date
8. Enter some time entry for another employee for the same period
9. Set up an ID on the Pay Cycle Workbench to pick up the interim and the second employee
10. View the time entry in the F06116; the PPP is still blank, the PPED shows the payment date for the employee in the interim. The records for the new employee show blank PPP and PPED
11. Process the pre-payroll
12. View the time entry in the F06116; the PPP is still blank, the PPED shows the payment date for the employee in the interim. The records for the new employee show the PPP with a value and PPED shows the payment date
13. If you process this thru to final the records written to the F0618 for the employee from the interim still has PPP with no value.

Cause

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