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New Pay Batch Creates Participant Paysheet For Pay Group Beyond The Assignment Date (Doc ID 2735349.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 21, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Incentive Compensation Cloud Service - Version 11.13.20.10.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

Customer is able to manually create participant paysheet for pay group beyond the assignment date.

Scenario:
- Create Payment Batch for pay group with pay date = 12/31/19 does not pick up participant Rep5. The pay group assignment for the participant ended on 7/31/19.  
- However, user is still able to add the participant manually to the payment batch.  Manually adding the paysheet should have the same validation as above.


Steps to reproduce:
     1) Create role  ( M_PG1 Role , M_PG2 Role , M_CP1 Role , M_CP2 Role )
     2) Create pay group ( M_PG1 , M_PG2 )  
     3) Create comp plan ( M CP1 , M CP2 ) -  1/1/19 - 12/31/19
     4) Assign role to Pay group  - 1/1/19 - 12/31/19
     5) Assign role to Comp Plan - 1/1/19 - 12/31/19
     6) Assign roles to participant Rep5
     7) Run Deploy Comp Plan
     8) Create payment batch for  "M_PG1" with 12/31/19 pay date
        ... create paysheet for Rep4 but not for Rep5 ( as expected )
     9) Manually add participant to paysheet
        a) Navigator > Manage Payments Batches > search batch
        b) Drill down on the payment batch
        c) Under Search Results: Paysheets , click [ Add ] participant
           Search Participant Name = Rep5
           ... result does not return Rep5 ( as expected )
    10) Delete payment batch
    11) Create a new payment batch but with Selected Participant option.
        Search Participant Name = Rep5 , click Apply, Done
        ... Paysheet is created !! 
 

Solution

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