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"Japan, Salary Payment Report E-File(PAYJPSPE)" Prints Incorrect Address for Terminated Assignments (Doc ID 1932615.1)

Last updated on JULY 20, 2015

Applies to:

Oracle HRMS (Japanese) - Version 12.1.1 to 12.1 HRMS RUP7 [Release 12.1]
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Problem Statement:

Concurrent program "Japan, Salary Payment Report E-File"(PAYJPSPE) prints address with user defined address type rather than with the seeded address type.  If employee has multiple addresses with different types, Reporting Residential Address(JP_R) has a priority to be printed, and then Current Address(JP_C).


Steps to Reproduce:

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

  1.  Create an user-defined address_type = XXTYPE.
  2.  Enter SWOT agent information.
  3.  Enter address for the employee.


    select address_id, date_from, date_to, address_type,address_line1, address_line2, address_line3
    from per_addresses
    where primary_flag = 'Y' and person_id = 66666;

    -------------- -------------- ----------- ------------------  ------------------ ----------------- -----------------
             11111  01-01-2010         null                  JP_C             Chiyoda                     1                    1
             11112  01-01-2010         null              XXTYPE             Chiyoda                     2                    2

  4. Terminate the employment.

    Actual Termination Date: 12-31-2014
    Final Process Date: 12-31-2015

  5. Run the concurrent programs "Payroll(Run)" and "Japan, Create Payroll Data for use in Reporting Form".
  6. Run the concurrent program "Japan, Salary Payment Report E-File".
  7. E-file(XML, PDF, CSV) prints the address with the custom address_type = XXTYPE.


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