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E1: 07Y: Year-End Rollover with Master Accrual (Doc ID 2715586.1)

Last updated on MARCH 12, 2021

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

DBA is set up as Master Accrual (Accrual Flag (PDBACH01) set as 2) accumulating balance for multiple Rollup DBAs (Accrual Flag (PDBACH01) set as 1).  The calculation of the individual Rollup DBAs calculate properly and the balance correctly writes to the Master Accrual.  

At time of year-end rollover (P07390), the rollover should use the individual rollup DBAs. For example, an employee earns 56 hours in NC with rollup DBA 8234 and 66 hours in WA with DBA 8248 for a total number of hours of 122 for master accrual DBA 8499.  The rollover should go back to DBAs 8234 and 8248 (what made up the balance of DBA 8499) and determine what rollover table information is available for each individual DBA and use those tables for rollover.  If DBA 8234 allows for 56 hours to be rolled over and DBA 8248 allows for 72 hours to be rolled over, the higher rollover table should be used and 72 hours should be rolled for master accrual DBA 8499. 

Cause

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