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Daily Rate Conversion Pay Value Not Working Correctly (Doc ID 1946823.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 17, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Payroll - Version 12.2.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Problem Statement:

When the Pay value of an earnings element is fed through a direct fast formula result the Rate conversion is not working as expected, in the case
where no other input values of the element are used within the Pay Value calculation.

Meaning return value is calculated without referencing other input values of the element.

In case the fast formula uses other input values in the calculation then the conversion is working as expected

Expected Behaviour

Expect also in this case the daily rate conversion to take place

Steps to Reproduce:

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

1. Define Element with  XXX as input currency and YYY as output currency
2. Define an element link
3. Define GL Daily Rates
(N) Payroll> GL Daily Rates
Define a daily rate for today as:
From: YYY
Date: ..-..-....
Type: Corporate
YYY To XXX .97937
XXX To YYY 1.0210958401
3. Define a fast formula and attach this as a direct result to the defined element
l_return = 100
return l_return
4. Define Formula Results
L_return direct result to pay value
5. Define a testemployee
Attach the defined element from 01-SEP-2014
through the element entries form
6. Run Quickpay for September 2014
Run Payroll for the two elements
Results:  100


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