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WS: 07: Paycheck Summary File (F06156) Does not Reflect the Data in the Payroll Register Report (R06238) That was Generated in Final Payroll (P063901) (Doc ID 2890070.1)

Last updated on MAY 03, 2023

Applies to:

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


Final Payroll (P063901) creates an extra line in Paycheck Summary File (F06156) for CT (Connecticut) when Using Method of Printing Equal 'S' to print a separate payment on one of the pay types (i.e. Sick Pay).

Steps to duplicate:

  1. Go to menu G0742, option 2 - Pay Type Setup (P069116) and set up Pay Type (i.e. Sick Pay) with Method of Printing = 'S' - Print separate payment (one item per payment).
  2. Go to menu G0711, option 2 - Employee Entry (P060101) and verify the employee has Tax Area of 07 - CT (Connecticut).
  3. Take function key F21 - Auto Deposit from Employee Entry (P060101) and verify the bank account information is there and the Prenote Flag is N.
  4. From menu G0712, Time Entry take option 2 - by Employee and enter time with regular pay on first line with the hours and on the second line enter the Pay Type that was set up in step 1 above with the hours.
  5. From menu G0713 take option 2 - Pre-Payroll Processing (P06210) and process the payment for this employee.  Note the Payroll Register (R063012) shows two checks, 1 for regular pay and the other for Sick Pay.
  6. Take option 3 - Print Paychecks (P062301) from menu G0713 and print the checks.
  7. Complete the payroll process from menu G0713 including Final Payroll (option 6).
  8. Go to menu G0714, option 20 - Paycheck Review & Void and inquire on the employee.  Note there are multiple lines for this payroll for the regular pay, but no amount for sick pay, and the lines that are created are different from what was in the Payroll Register.
  9. Go back to Time entry and note that the Sick Pay line is locked and still in the F06116 (Employee Transactions Detail File).




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