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E1: 77: Canadian Record of Employment (ROE) via Web (Doc ID 793732.1)

Last updated on MARCH 16, 2020

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Canadian Payroll - Version XE to 9.2 [Release XE to 9.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Human Capital Management for Canadian Payroll now allows for ROE Web processing.  The new functionality allows for a XML file to be created that is in turn sent to (Human Resources and Social Development Canada (HRSDC)).  The ROE Workbench creates a XML and BLK file, the XML file must be renamed with the BLK extension before uploading to the Canadian Government. 

New Objects:

R89770631 - Create ROE - XFlat Format
B89779631 - Generate the ROE XML (business function)

The Canadian Government has also changed the EI (Employment Insurance) regulations to align the issuance of electronic ROEs with payroll cycles as opposed to 52 weeks only.

Pay Frequencies:
Weekly - 53 weeks
Biweekly - 27 weeks
Semi-monthly - 25 weeks
Monthly - 13 weeks
13 Pay periods a year - 14 weeks 

Note:  Paper ROE will print 14 weeks for biweekly employees.

When you generate XML and flat files for ROEs, you specify whether you are creating draft or submission (final) version ROEs. You specify draft or submission version processing using a processing option from the P770631 program.

If you create files for ROEs in draft mode, you can update the ROEs and regenerate the file as many times as necessary. Each time that you generate flat files in draft mode, the system appends the newly generated data to the existing file.

After you create files for ROEs in submission mode, you cannot update, revise, or print them from the EnterpriseOne system. All maintenance of the ROE must be done online using ROE Web.


To receive the new functionality, apply the ESU for the BUG listed below:

Xe                     11001531
8.0                    11001529
8.10                  11001499
8.11                  11001543
8.11 SP1           11001506
8.12                  10889153
9.0                    11006317

See Doc ID 790874.1 for Documentation on processing Web ROEs.


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