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In Absence Create/Delete/Update Business Event Fires When Next Button Is Pressed For Leave Of Absence (Doc ID 2264962.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 24, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Self-Service Human Resources - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : 12.2.4 version, Workflow,Approval,Common Funct

Business Event for Create/Update/Delete absence getting triggered when Next button is pressed rather then Submit button.

Expecting the Business Events for Absence not be triggered ONLY when the Create/Update/Delete absence transaction is Submitted.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Navigate to 'Workflow Administrator Web (New)' responsibility.
2. Click on Administrator Workflow -> Business Events
3. Enable following Business Events:
  Create Person Absence (Name: oracle.apps.per.api.person_absence.create_person_absence)
  Delete Person Absence (Name: oracle.apps.per.api.person_absence.delete_person_absence)
  Update Person Absence (Name: oracle.apps.per.api.person_absence.update_person_absence)
4. Click on Subscription icon for each above business events and associate it with custom subscription to capture the data when business event triggers.
  Subscription Details:
  Click on the Subscription icon for oracle.apps.per.api.person_absence.create_person_absence
  Action Type: Custom
  On Error: Skip and Continue
  Click Next button.
  In the Update Event Subscription: Custom Page select the following Action Details:
  PL/SQL Rule Function: fct_all_from_loa_be ---- This is the custom PL/SQL function to be called when Business Event triggers.
  Workflow HRSSA
  Under the Documentation Region:
  Owner Tag: PER
  Owner Name: Human Resources
  Click Apply button.
  Similarly create subscription for oracle.apps.per.api.person_absence.delete_person_absence and oracle.apps.per.api.person_absence.update_person_absence business event.

5. Log in as employee and navigate to 'Employee Self-Service' responsibility
6. Select Absence Management function.
7. Click on Create Absence Button.
8. Enter details in 'Create Absence: Enter Absence Details' page, click Next button.
9. The Business Event is getting triggered. Expecting the business event(s) to triggered ONLY when the Leave is Submitted.
10.Similarly the business event for Update, Delete is getting triggered when the Next button is clicked (Page before Review Page).


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