CAN NOT SEE THE RETROPAY RESULTS IN THE TAB"RETROPAY" OF "PAYJPSOE" (Doc ID 1952996.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 10, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle HRMS (Japanese) - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Environment:

EBS Version: 12.1.3

Problem Statement:

Can not see the retropay results in the tab "RetroPay" of the form "Statement of Earnings" (PAYJPSOE) after running the concurrent program "Retropay(Enhanced)" with the following date in the parameter "Entry Creation Date" in Japanese legislation.

Parameter "Entry Creation Date": A date in the payroll period after next payroll period

Error:

There is no error.

Steps to Reproduce:

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

  1. Run the concurrent program "Payroll Run(Salary)" to calculate salary of a payroll period(For example, October 2014). Responsibility: Related to JP HR responsibility (N) Processes and Reports -> Submit Processes and Reports
  2. Generate a retroaction in above payroll period (From the October).
  3. Run the concurrent program "Retro-Notifications Report(Enhanced) - PDF".
  4. Run the concurrent program "Retropay(Enhanced)" with the parameter "Entry Creation Date": A date (Between "01-DEC-2014" and "31-DEC-2014" ("DD-MON-YYYY")) in the payroll period after next payroll period. (These payroll periods start from the first day in each month and ens the last day in each month)
  5. Run the concurrent program "Payroll Run(Salary)" to calculate salary of two month payroll periods(November and December).
  6. See the tab "RetroPay" of the form"Statement of Earnings"(PAYJPSOE). (N) View -> Assignment Process Results -> (B) SOE Report

Expected Behavior:

Can see the retropay results in the tab "RetroPay" of the form "Statement of Earnings" (PAYJPSOE) even after running the concurrent program "Retropay(Enhanced)" with the following date in the parameter "Entry Creation Date".

Parameter "Entry Creation Date": A date in the payroll period after next payroll period.

Cause

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