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Existing Superannuation Contribution Element Entries Not Upgraded With New Input Values (Doc ID 2004691.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 26, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle HRMS (Australia) - Version 12.1 HRMS RUP7 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Applied AU.22 and RUP7
and have successfully run the concurrent process:
PYAUUPGSUPENT: Upgrade Superannuation Contribution Entries
(ran on 07-APR and for the correct Business Group)

The process successfully adds the new Input Values into the "Superannuation Contribution" element.

For existing employees which already have a link to the element;
the new input values do NOT appear ==> hence when running a Payroll/QuickPay the process errors.
Important Note: the error produced by the pay process is known error when the new mandatory input values are not populated

For new employees or employees that only just get given the link to the element;
the new input values appear fine ==> hence they are able to process Payroll/QuickPay fine.

Error was encountered when processing assignment 61
Error ORA-06550: line 2, column 21;
PLS-00201: identifier 'PAY_AU_RULES.GET_SOURCE_TEXT2_CONTEXT' must be declared
ORA-06550: line 2, column 21:
PL/SQL Statement ignored
 has occurred in table pay_%s_rules.get_source_text2_context at loca

Expecting the upgrade process to add the new input values into the existing/established element entry input values

(1) Run concurrent request
PYAUUPGSUPENT: Upgrade Superannuation Contribution Entries
for Business Group    (Business_Group_Id = 81)

(2) Pick an existing employee who has existing link / element entry to the element: "Superannuation Contribution"

(3) Review the Element Entry Input Values and notice that the 2 new parameters are not there

(4) Run a QuickPay for the person and notice that the process errors.




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