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WS: 77: Deduction Calculation Table, P069021, with a Table Method Based on Age, does not Calculate for Employees with Date of Birth Year Higher than 1999 (Doc ID 2867841.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 12, 2022

Applies to:

JD Edwards World Canadian Payroll Processing - Version A9.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When an employee has a birthdate on the Employee Master, P0801, year 2000 and higher, and a deduction calculation table, P069021 is set up with a table method based on age, DOB (date of birth) the deduction is not calculating for any employees born after 1999.

STEPS:

1.  Set up a DBA (deduction, benefit, accrual) on P069117, DBA Setup, with a Calculation Table, P069021, using a Table Method based on Age, such as AS (lower/upper range represents AGE in years).

2.  Attach the DBA to the DBA Instructions, P070181, for an employee set up on P0801 (Employee Master) with a birthdate of 20xx (ex: 2001).

3.  Enter an Interim Check, P070531 for this employee.

4.  Review the interim check and see the DBA did not calculate.

Changes

 

Cause

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