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Split Timecard Getting Approved With Missing Elements Or Empty Timecard (Doc ID 2560144.1)

Last updated on JULY 01, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Time and Labor Cloud Service - Version 11.13.19.01.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

Split timecard getting approved with missing elements or empty timecard

Timecard created from the Split Timecard process is skipping Time Entry Rules. Post split process, timecard is approved even with valid Time Entry Rules.
Example 1: Split Timecard getting approved with no hours on timecard
Below are the steps:
1) EE# 12345 – Timecard Period: 6.17.19 – 7.2.19: Hours exist on timecard EXCEPT on 7.2.19.
2) Assignment changes:
Effective 7.2.19, employee transferred from Hourly to Salary. (Successful).
3) Ran split process: WFM event Auto process.
  Auto approve timecard.
Result: Timecard did split in two 6.17.19-7.1.19 and 7.2.19-7.2.19 (No hours) in approved status. (Failed)
Expectation: Timecard 7.2.19-7.2.19 that has no hours must not be approved.

Example 2 : Split Timecard getting approved without Time Element when worker moved from Hourly to Salary.
Below are the steps:
1) EE# 99999 : For the same timecard period from above, 6.17.19 – 7.1.19: "Regular Work" Time Element (applicable for Hourly worker) exist on timecard.
2) Assignment changes:
Effective 6.23.19, employee transferred from Hourly to Salary. (Successful).
3) Ran split process: WFM event Auto process.
  Auto approve timecard.
Result:
Timecard did split in two :
6.17.19-6.22.19 in approved status (Pass)
6.23.19-4.1.19 without “Regular” time element. As this time element is not applicable for Salary worker (it should not reflect). However, this timecard is created in Approved Status (Failure).
Expectation: Timecard 6.24.19-7.1.19 with missing Time Element must not be in Approved status.
 

Solution

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