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Fusion Global Payroll: Error "The changes to this record were not rolled back because they updated an existing object. Only newly created objects can be rolled back." When Rolling Back Element Entries Loaded Using Payroll Flow "Load Data from File". (Doc ID 2627666.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 14, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Global Payroll Cloud Service - Version 11.13.19.10.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 11.13.19.10.0 version, Data Load

When attempting to rollback the element entries loaded using payroll flow "Load Data from File", the following error occurs.

ERROR
The changes to this record were not rolled back because they updated an existing object. Only newly created objects can be rolled back.


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
1. Element entries were loaded using payroll flow "Load Data From File" was used. For eg. the element entries Element 1 and Element 2
    were loaded effective from 01-JAN-2020.
2. Then, the element entries were modified before running either regular payroll or QuickPay.
3. Then, the third party realized that the second file was incorrect and they want to rollback the changes and go back to earlier status
    as in step (1). To do this, they uploaded the first file loaded in step (1) to revert the changes to the elements.

Here, user's expectation is that since they did not process those element entries using regular pay or Quick Pay, system should allow the
element entries to be rolled back.



STEPS
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Log into Fusion Applications.
2. From the Checklist or Data Exchange work area, submit the "Load Data from File" flow pattern and load the data.
    For eg. the element entries Element 1 and Element 2 were loaded effective from 01-JAN-2020.
3. Then modify these elements using flow "Load Data from File" and ensure that until now no regular payroll or QuickPay was run.
    Modify the elements such that the element entry for Element 1 is end-dated as 31-APR-20120 and the element entry for Element 2.
    is modified to change its value effective from 01-APR-2020.
4. Now, rollback these changes using below steps:
    Navigate to the Data Exchange work area.
    Select Import and Load Data.
    Search for and select the data set with the element entries to roll back.
    Click Total Objects.
    On the Object Status page, click Schedule Request.
    In the Schedule Request dialog box, Action field, select Roll Back.
    Click Submit.
5. Then, HDL fails with the above error.  

Cause

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