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Fusion Global Payroll Costing: Calculate Partial Period Accruals Flow Is Not Estimating the Costs As Expected (Doc ID 3001614.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 01, 2024

Applies to:

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


Using the Calculate Partial Period Accruals process to estimate costs. The estimated costs seem to use another calculation base vs. expected one.

The Expectations: To calculate Partial Period Accruals for the period between for e.q. January 22nd 2024 – 31st (a total of 10 days).

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. The following Payroll periods (Biweekly Payroll) are confirmed:

Payroll periods
Pay Period Start Date Pay Period End Date Process Date Period Name
2024/01/08 2024/01/21 2024/01/26 [Period-1]
2024/01/22 2024/02/04 2024/02/09 [Period-2]




2. Submit Calculate Payroll with Process Date of 2024/01/26 [Period-1] is completed. Costing for the "X Element" debit amount is 2205.
3. Calculate Partial Period Accruals process: Process Date: 2024/01/31, Previous Period Date : 2024/01/21.
4. Run Payroll Costing Results report: Process Date: 2024/01/31, Previous Period Date : 2024/01/31 . The report is getting the "X Element" debit amount 1750.
5. Costing report 1750 value is not expected. The expected results are 2205 * 22/31 = 1564,83.


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