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Oracle Payroll 'Element Entries' Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) (Doc ID 1378641.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 03, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Payroll - Version 11.5.10.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

The purpose of this article is provide answers to some frequently asked questions in regards to Element Entries

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Purpose
Questions and Answers
 Element entries
 General:
    What is the purpose of an Element Entry?
    What can an Element Entry be restricted by?
    How can an element entry be end dated on an assignment?
    Why can a user change an element entry that was already processed by payroll?
    How to limit a responsibility to have access to specific Element Entries associated with an assignment?
    Why is the element LOV empty on the element entries form when using a Secure User?
    Is using HR Element Entry API supported?
    Why is an Element not seen in the Element Entries window?
    Is there a way to end-date an element entry for several employees?
    Is there a way to delete an Element Entry for all employees?
    Why are Element Entries deleted/purged on the Element Entry form when changing the employment category on the assignment?
    Deleted Element Entries no longer appear on Statement of Earnings (SOE), Why?
    What is the User Profile HR: Purge Element Entry Permission?
    Define a recurring element with multiple entries allowed and employee has more than one entry.  Does the system have a processing criteria?
    After a balance adjustment was done, employee cannot be terminated due to element entries in the future.
 Errors:
    Saving Assignment Errors: 'APP-PAY-06588: unprocessed nonrecurring entries will be invalidated
    PAY_ELEMENT_ENTRY_API Errors: ORA-20001: HR_7220_INVALID_PRIMARY_KEY
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