Fusion Applications - OTBI - Element Entries Are Not Visible on OTBI Analysis For Employees With Swap in ASG Primary Flag

(Doc ID 2315349.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 08, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Global Human Resources Cloud Service - Version 11.1.11.1.0 and later
Oracle Fusion Application Toolkit - Version 11.1.11.1.0 and later
Oracle Fusion Application Toolkit Cloud Service - Version 11.1.11.1.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Person Number: 12345
Work Relationship1 started on 9/12/2016 with One Assignment (Assignment Number : EABC)
On 4/26/2017 a new assignment (Assignment Number: EXYZ) was added within the same work relationship
On 4/26/2017 a second update was made on the assignment number EXYZ to make it as a primary flag.
The Assignment Number EABC is still active even after 4/26/2017

In Fusion Application,
From Person Management-->Manage Element Entries, we are able to see all the element entries irrespective of what date we search for the employee and select the assignment that is active (doesn't have to be primary).

When attached OTBI analysis with Date Parameter was run for any date between 4/15/2017 (Period Start Date) and 4/25/2017 (day before the Primary Flag Swap), the analysis doesn't show any element entries with Employment Level as payroll relationship, but continue to display the element entries with Employment Level as Payroll Assignment.

If we run the analysis for any date on or after 4/26/2017 (day of Primary Flag Swap), we are able to see the Payroll Assignment level element entries for E20136 and E20136-2 along with all Payroll Relationship element entries.

What we would like to see is that the Payroll Relationship level element entries be displayed in the OTBI between 4/15/2017 and 4/25/2017 too.

We have another employee (Person Number: 12345) who has multiple work relationships with one assignment in each. For that person even with the primary flag swap, we are able to see element entries in OTBI Analysis irrespective of the dates.

Changes

 

Cause

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