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E1: 75A: R75A0350 Superannuation XML Extract Incorrectly Populating Employment Status Code (Doc ID 2724909.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 24, 2022

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Australia/New Zealand Payroll - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The SuperStream file produced by the UBE R75A0350-Superannuation XML Extract is incorrectly populating the Employment status codes column CB on this xml file as Active. The Australia SuperStream Specification document stated that for the CB section of the report, the employment status must be one of the following value: Casual, Contractor, Full time, or Part time.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Use an AU employee
2. Setup the employer, and employee Superannuation DBA and attach it to the employee DBA instruction.
3. Fast Path (FP) to P01012 and created 2 suppliers
4. Selected supplier-> who's who-> email/internet email address with the value of SS1
5. FP P07845-Fund Master and created Fund
6. FP P07855-Employee Fund Allocation and allocated funds to the employer as 100%. For the employee,e allocated 100% to the employee fund ID from step 5 above.
 7. FP UDC. Product 75A and user-defined codes PA, added ABN for the suppliers created from step 5 to tie the AU business Fun number with the supplier AB number
8. FP to UDC 07/FD and add the employer, and employee DBA onto this table with the special handling code of Guarantee (benefit), Salary Sac
(employee deduction)
9. FP P07210 and run payroll for the employees to create history for DBA from step 2 above in the F0719 DBA history table.
10. Go to Batch Version (BV) R75A0350 and ran the UBE for CSV format (xjde0001)
11. Open up the RD75A0350A.txt and remane it to RD75A0350A.csv
12. Open up the RD75A0350A.csv this file and it should open up as an Excel. Scroll to the right to CB column for the employment status.
13. Verify the employment status show as active instead of one of this value: Casual, Contractor, Full time, or Part time




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