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Penserver Transition Events Are Not Being Reported Following Application Of Patch 19515204 (Doc ID 1996765.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 28, 2019

Applies to:

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


On : 12.1.3 version, Penserver

Have applied <patch 18789582> and <patch 19515204> to a test service to implement and test PCSPS Pension and Penserver reporting changes for alpha scheme for 2015

Have moved staff from existing schemes (e.g. Classic and Nuvos) onto alpha at 1 Apr 2015 and have tested the service history extract with effective date 30-Apr-2015. However the Transition events are not being reported for these staff.

The Configuration Values for alpha for Transition have been set up but the events are not reported.
Also on testing other alpha events e.g. unpaid leave and half pay sickness, we do get records reported but there are random 'A' values appearing in the 3 new fields for Assumed Pay Code, EPA Suspension Code and Added Pension Suspension Code
These are appearing for staff who do not have either EPA nor Added Pension, nor are they on assumed pay in the reporting period. We have not set up any new configuration for penserver regarding EPA , Added Pension or Assumed Pay so I was expecting these fields to be blank.

This is time critical as we need implementation of our alpha and penserver reporting changes in place for Apr 2015.

The Transition events to be reported

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Setup the pension scheme mapping for alpha
2. Setup for service events that is tested in Apr 2015 for alpha members i.e. Transition, Sickness on Half Pay, Unpaid Sickness and Return from Break

The issue has the following business impact:
Unable to report


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