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Scottish Court Orders - Missing Initial Balance Feeds (Doc ID 2132626.1)

Last updated on MARCH 14, 2022

Applies to:

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


Scottish Court Orders - Missing Initial Balance Feeds  

For Setup Court Order Balance the Oracle Human Resources Management Systems Compensation and Benefits Management Guide (UK) is describing:

Setup Court Order Balance Element for initializing seeded court order balances

Setup Court Order Balance has the following input values which can be selected
Name Units Sequence
CAO Scotland Payments EAS Money 1
CAO Scotland Payments CMA Money 2
Court Order Money 3
Court Order Arrears Deduction Money 4
Court Order Arrears Protected Money 5
Court Order Non Priority Money 6
EAS Scotland Money 7
EAS Scotland Payments Money 8
Reference Character 9

From this list, the input values for the Setup Court Order element, you will see that there are no seeded feeds for the following Seeded balances

CMA Scotland ( Stand alone element .... not the Conjoined CAO element )
EAS Aggregate Attachable
EAS Aggregate Paid
EAS Aggregate Fee

Does this mean that

a) There is no need to migrate any balances from a legacy system into these balances and the migrated court order elements will process accurately.
b) There is need to migrate the legacy balances but currently there is no mechanism for doing so?

Qn2: The seeded 'Setup Court Order Balance' element has a 'Reference' field as required for ALL Court Order balances. The action plan makes no mention of this field.
Does this mean that 'CMA Scotland' balances do NOT require the reference number to be entered and will continue to work correctly after using the 'Bespoke' initialization element?


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