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E1: 07: Values of Mapped Fields Do Not Display In Grid When Using Form Extension with P0801 And Associate Form Interconnect To P059121 (Doc ID 2995975.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 08, 2024

Applies to:

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


Create a Form Extension using P0801 Work With Employee Information adding the following 3 fields:  Union Code, Job Type, and Job Step.  Then create and name a Managed Row Exit to P059121 Work with Union Rates in Associate Form Interconnect to the same 3 fields.   From P0801, select a record and Row exit to the newly Managed Exit. This opens a new window with P059121 and has the Union in the Form header but does not display a record in the Grid with the Job Type and Job Step from the record selected in P0801.


  1. Create a Form Extension using P0801, Work With Employee Information.  Add 3 fields-Union Code, Job Type, and Job Step.

             To do this, in Column Search, search on Union Code and add Union Code F060116.UN, then Job Type Craft Code F060116.jbcd then F060116.jbst . This will add these 3 fields to the end of the grid on P0801.


        2. Then set up a Managed Row Exit to return the Union Pay Rate based on an employee’s Union Code, Job Type, and Job Step.

              From P0801 select Form Extension and click on Managed Exits Row Exit and name it "Union Code" in Associate Form Interconnect. 


              Use P059121 Form W059121A ZJDE0001 and Modeless.  Then map Union Code, Job Type Craft Code and Job Step.              



        4, In P0801, select a record and Row exit to Union Code (Created from Step 2 above.)  This will open new window with P059121, Work with Union Rates and the Union field will display a value in the Form header but will not display values for Job Type and Job Step in the Grid.





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