How Error Messages Work when Direct Earnings Attachment Elements Are Changed After Patch 23172765 TYE16: DIRECT EARNINGS ATTACHMENTS REFERENCE NUMBER CHANGES?
(Doc ID 2174312.1)
Last updated on AUGUST 20, 2018
Applies to:Oracle HRMS (UK) - Version 12.1.3 to 12.2.5 [Release 12.1 to 12.2]
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This note clarify how error messages presented in note "UK legislative changes for end of tax year 2015/16, the start of tax year 2016/17, and the Real Time Information changes effective from April 2016 (Doc ID 2072952.1)" work when Direct Earnings Attachment elements are changed between Payroll Run processes.
Following errors are explained in this note:
1. When net earnings crossed the Protected Earnings Pay limit before deducting the DEA amount,
Message: 'Oracle Payroll has only made a deduction of ' + <Attachable> + ' due to insufficient Attachable Earnings to deduct in full.
2. In case of no deduction, When net earnings crossed the Protected Earnings Pay limit before deducting the DEA amount
Message: 'No DEA Deduction due to Insufficient Attachable earnings.'
3. When Net Attachable earnings are negative:
Message: No DEA Deduction due to negative Attachable Earnings.
4. When DEA Reference Number is changed after running a payroll
Message: DEA reference ' + <REFERENCE> + ' has been changed since last processing of this element entry. Unable to retrieve the correct 'balance values for this reference'.
5. If reference is 'Unknown'
Message: Invalid Reference for DEA entry.
6. When Debt Repaid
Message: Debt repaid. IMPORTANT. Element for DEA Ref: ' + <REFERENCE> + ' ended Calculation Method : < Table or Fixed>'
Message reports details related to, Paid to Date, Remaining Debt and the Calculation method used for computation.
Message: 'Ref: ' + <REFERENCE> + ' ' + ' Remaining:' + <remaining debt> + ' Paid to date:' + <Paid to Date> + 'Calculation method :< Table or Fixed>
7. When Deduction Rate is changed after running a payroll
Message: Deduction Rate cannot be changed from Standard to Higher or vice-versa as Payroll is already processed.
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