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Remove Point (Step) On An Existing Grade Ladder (Doc ID 1640537.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 16, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Human Resources - Version 12.1 HRMS RUP6 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On Applications 12.1.6
Find when adding grade points and removing grade points on a grade ladder, the removed points are still displaying in the grade step placement form.

-- Expected Behavior
 Expect the removed points to not display in the grade step placement form

 -- Steps
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps.
1. Work Structures / Grade / Pay Scale
Enter Pay Scale and point values
2. Create Ladder with Using progression points yes and select the above existing pay scale / submit
3. Total Compensation Setup Wizard
Change Effective Date to 12-Sep-2013
Click Go
Click Update next to "XX Monthly Pay Scale"
4. Go to task 4 Step
Expand Grade "XX"
Click Remove next to "Step 1 (770)"
Page refreshes
Expand Grade "XX"
Click Green plus to add step
Message
The changes you made to this page have not been saved. If you continue, the changes will be discarded. Do you wish to continue?
5. Select a Pay Scale: XX
Use existing Pay Scale
Pay Scale Name
XX Monthly Pay Scale
Click Continue button
Select Steps: XX
Move point 820 to Steps
Click Continue button
Select Ceiling Step: XX Ceiling Step 820
6. Click Finish button
Submit as Update with Replace

 

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Confirmation
Your grade ladder has been activated. You can now place employees on this ladder and progress them.
View employee grade step placement

Cause

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