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In A Certification, The Employee Type Column Isn't Working Properly (Doc ID 2006659.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 18, 2018

Applies to:

Identity Manager - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


During certification if one add the column type Employee Type the values one sees the Code values, not the Decoded (meaning) values.

To reproduce:
- do a User Certification for the manager,
- go in the Certification Task,
- in the user list table, select "Additional Columns" and you can select "Employee Type", add it
- the column is now shown with database codes in it


Check the user profile page for TEST001, you will see Type d'employé = Employé à temps plein
In the certification, in the french browser (in your screenshot), you see  Type d'employé = Full-Time

Here "Full-Time" is the ID from the database, this can be further seen if you choose the User Type = Employee. In that case you will see :
user profile, french browser = Employé
user profile, english browser = Employee
certification (no matter the language), Employe Type = EMP

Same goes if you try with Non Worker, you will see something like "NONW" or "NWRK"

This is the value found in the User.Types lookup field and the one stored in the database. The new values you see were added in the lookup and internationalized using the procedure





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