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Penserver Allowances - Start Date The Day After End Date (Doc ID 2055495.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 16, 2019

Applies to:

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


Find that Following the Pensions 2015 changes the Penserver Interface Allowance History extract now populates the end date of the allowance record with the actual termination date of the employee.
However, it also does this on a zero-value allowance record with a start date of end date + 1. This is rejected by MyCSP as the end date is before the start date.

-- Expected Behaviour
The third row has a start date of the day after the end date. This should not be produced.
Start dates should never be after end dates.

 -- Steps
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps.

1. Create a new employee effective start date 01-Aug-2015, in the Alpha pension scheme, give the employee a permanent allowance (e.g. Inner London Weighting) also effective from 01-Aug-2015.
2. Terminate the employee with Actual Termination Date 30-Aug-2015.
3. Run the Penserver Interface Process - Allowance History extract for the employee.
4. The allowance should be reported with end date of 30-Aug-2015. We get 3 rows:

Allowance Code | Start Date | End Date | Allowance Rate
0115 | 01/08/2015 | | 0002700.00
0115 | 01/08/2015 | 30/08/2015 | 0002700.00
0115 | 31/08/2015 | 30/08/2015 | 0000000.00

The third row has a start date of the day after the end date. This should not be produced.


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