Profile Option 'PAY:Show Payslip with Zero Net Pay' is Not Working as Expected (Doc ID 2177683.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 30, 2016

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

As per the MOS document id 2113250.1 (Generate Zero Net Payslip), below are the scenarios tested along with the observation of the outcome:

Case 1:
Profile option PAY:Show Payslip with Zero Net Pay is set to NO.
Result as per Note:- If the profile option value is set to No or left blank, then the payroll archive process does not archive data for those employees receiving a net pay amount of zero and payslips are not generated for such employees.
Observation: When the profile option is set as NULL/NO, payroll archive process is archiving data for those employees even having a net pay amount of zero and payslips are being generated for such employees through custom direct deposits.

 

Case 2:
Profile option PAY:Show Payslip with Zero Net Pay is set to Yes
Result as per Note: If the profile option value is set to Yes, then the payroll archive process archives data for those employees receiving a net pay amount of zero and payslips are generated for such employees. The Deposit Advice process also generates output if there is zero net pay.
Observation: When the profile option is set to YES, payroll archive process is archiving data for those employees having a net pay amount of zero and payslips is generated for such employees through custom direct deposits.

Behavioral Observation:
There is not any difference while setting the values for profile option


STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Profile option PAY:Show Payslip with Zero Net Pay is set to NO or left blank
2. Run payroll processes, including Payroll Archiver. Employee's net pay is zero.
3. Run custom deposit advice process and see the assignment has a deposit advice displayed when it should not be.


Cause

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