Incorrect Court Order Deductions When Multiple Pay Runs in a Period

(Doc ID 2149201.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 01, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle HRMS (UK) - Version 12.1.3 to 12.2.5 [Release 12.1 to 12.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Incorrect Court Order Deductions when Multiple Pay Runs in a Period.
User is performing 3 different runs in the same payroll period. The following problem has occured on live for an employee:

Actual Results for a CTO:
Run 1. CTO Payable = 2.75
Run 2. CTO Payable = 52.81


Expected Results for a CTO:
Run 1. Attachable Earnings for Period = 91.93 * 3% = CTO Payable = 2.75 (rounded down to 2 decimal places)
Run 2. Attachable Earnings for Period = 383.38 * 17% = CTO Payable = 65.17 - 2.75 (paid in Run 1) = 62.42


The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Use the UK HRMS responsibility
2. Create a Court Order element entry, type of CTO: Post 2007
3. Create an Earnings element entry (of say £300.00)
4. Run a Quickpay - the Court order value should be the correct value.
5. Create a second Earnings element entry (of say £400.00)
6. Run a second Quickpay - the Court order value is incorrect.
7. Rollback the 2 Quickpays
8. Run Quickpay for a third time (this time processing both Earnings element entries) - the Court order value should be the correct value and differ to the sum of the 2 court orders from the above Quickpays.


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