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Percentage Of Eligible Salary - Component Column Is Not Editable In Manage In Workbook (Doc ID 2450309.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 24, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Workforce Compensation Cloud Service - Version to [Release 1.0]
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Oracle Fusion Workforce Compensation Cloud Service

Percentage of Eligible Salary - Component column is not editable in Manage in Workbook

Client has a Global comp plan with 5 components. Each component has Percentage and Amount columns and both are editable in the UI. As a practice managers usually enters the percentage values.
Certain merit components that our business team manages centrally and determines the percentage increase for eligible employees. If i try to use the Manage in Workbook functionality to upload those values it works fine for the column 'Compensation Amount - Component 1' but not for the 'Percentage of Eligible Salary - Component 1'.
Not sure why 'Percentage of Eligible Salary - Component 1' is not editable? Same hold good for 'Percentage of Eligible Salary - Component 2', 3 and 4 as well.


1. Go to My Workforce and then compensation
2. On the Administer employee screen from the Task menu access the 'Act as Proxy Manager'
3. On the Annual Compensation Cycle 2019 plan go to Make recommendations
4. On the Comp. Worksheet click on Export - Manage In Workbook link
5. After entering the credentials worksheet data will be exported into Excel Work sheet

Actual result: 'Percentage of Eligible Salary - Component 1' ( display name 'Merit %') is greyed out and value entered is not recognized.
Expected: 'Percentage of Eligible Salary - Component 1'( display name 'Merit %') should be editable as it is update column in the UI.


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