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Unable To Retrospectively Add An Element With Link Eligibility in Fusion (Doc ID 2571286.1)

Last updated on JULY 30, 2019

Applies to:

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


On : version, Global Payroll

When we try to add an Element to an Employee whose Eligibility to the Element ends in the Future the Application tries to add the Element but does not Save the Change
If however we add the Element whilst the Employee is Eligible the Element is added and when we update their Assignment so that they are no longer Eligible the Element is End Dated.

The Eligibility of the New Allowance is based on the Department, Location and Job.
Since the Element can be added as at 01-Jan-2018 the Employee clearly meets the Eligibility Criteria and Element should get Saved.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Create an Employee as at 01-Jan-2018 and ensure the Assignment is Eligible for the Element (in this case it is called New Allowance);
2. Update the Employees Assignment as at 26-Feb-2018 so that they are no longer Eligible for the Element;
3. Navigate to the Element Entries page and Add the Element (New Allowance) as at 01-Jan-2018 and enter a Monthly Rate (Input Value) of £300.
When we click on the Submit button the Element Entries page adds an Effective End Date of 25-Feb-2018.
We then need to click Submit again and the Element Entries overview page is displayed but the Element has not been created.


Checked configuration as per Fusion Global Payroll: Unable to Select Element in Manage Element Entry (Doc ID 2097758.1)

Being able to select the New Allowance element for the Employee and the Employment Level field for the Element is set to 'Assignment Level'.
Made no changes to our configuration and confirming this is the existing configuration.

The issue has the following business impact:
Unable to retrospectively add an Element which has eligibility based on Department, Location and Job..




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