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Fusion UK Payroll: FPS Error: A System Error ORA-20001: You Must Enter A Tax Code {TAX_CODE} For HMRC Payroll ID (Doc ID 2489827.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 05, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Global Payroll Cloud Service - Version 11.13.18.05.0 and later
Oracle Fusion Global Payroll - Version 11.12.1.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 11.13.18.05.0 version, Global Payroll

When attempting to run FPS, the following error occurs:

ERROR
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PAYE component for reporting NI contributions year to date value must be set up for Employee {DISPLAY_NAME} and HMRC Payroll ID 12345678890.
You must enter a tax code {TAX_CODE} for HMRC Payroll ID 1234567890and employee {DISPLAY_NAME}.
A system error occurred during processing. Your help desk was notified.
A system error ORA-20001: You must enter a tax code {TAX_CODE} for HMRC Payroll ID 1223345678 and employee {DISPLAY_NAME}.
ORA-20001: You must enter a tax code {TAX_CODE} for HMRC Payroll ID 1223345678 and employee {DISPLAY_NAME}.
A system error ORA-20001: You must enter a tax code {TAX_CODE} for HMRC Payroll ID 1223345678 and employee {DISPLAY_NAME}.
ORA-20001: You must enter a tax code {TAX_CODE} for HMRC Payroll ID 1223345678 and employee {DISPLAY_NAME}.
A system error ORA-20001: PAYE component for reporting NI contributions year to date value must be set up for Employee {DISPLAY_NAME} and HMRC Payroll ID 1223345678.
ORA-20001: PAYE component for reporting NI contributions year to date value must be set up for Employee {DISPLAY_NAME} and HMRC Payroll ID 1223345678.


STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Employee hired on 09/09 and got paid as part of Period 7 payroll processing with Tax code 0T
2. Reversal was done on 04/10 for this pay calculate
3. Employee's hired date changed to 28/10
4. Employee's tax code was corrected to K451.
5. Employee's Payroll calculated for Period 10 (period start 21/10)
6. Run FPS and completes in error:



Cause

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