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Fusion Applications - UK Legislation - MyCSP Absence "Reckonable" and "Qualifying" types mapping with legislative grouping codes (Doc ID 2555503.1)

Last updated on MARCH 12, 2021

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Oracle Fusion Global Payroll Cloud Service - Version and later
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In early versions of the MyCSP Setup White Paper, absence types could be marked as "Reckonable" and "Qualifying". These options no longer appear to be available, instead the White Paper now only refers to legislative grouping codes being required on the absence setup.

What is the "Reckonable" and "Qualifying" status for each of the legislative grouping codes? - especially how these grouping codes map to the Compendia Scheme Category Codes in the SCHCAT field in the Service History file?


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