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Default Last Standard Process Date For Termination Process In Manger Self-Service Similar To Core Termination Form. (Doc ID 2270201.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 24, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Self-Service Human Resources - Version 12.1 HRMS RUP9 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


In Manager Self Service Termination is getting an error on Last Standard Process Date

In core application when an employee is terminated the system atomically fills the Last Standard Process date with payroll run date when the employee
assignment is associated with a Payroll. The same does not happen in Self Service. Self Service termination function should default the Last Standard Process date.

Using 'Manager Self-Service' -> Termination function should behave the same way as the Line manager does not know the last/next payroll run date.
When the manger enters the Final Process date without entering the Last Standard Process Date following error occurs


Final Process date must be greater than Standard Process date


The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Navigate to 'Manager Self-Service' responsibility
2. Termination
3. Enter the Termination Date
    Enter the Final Process Date
    The Last Standard Process Date does not auto populate (In Core it auto populates, expecting SSHR to default this field same as Core)
4. Click Next button.
5. Shows error.


1. When the Last Standard Process Date is entered correctly the issue does NOT occur, but the line manager does not know the Last/Next Payroll run date so she/he can not enter the correct Last Standard Process Date in this case.
2. Currently when the employee is terminated using Self Service without entering the Final Process Date and Last Standard Process date, after commit the system
automatically populates the correct Last Standard Process date in the base tables.


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