Payroll Dashboard Readiness Show the Output for the Wrong Payroll for Enhanced Retro Notification Report PDF

(Doc ID 2341407.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 20, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Payroll - Version 12.2.6 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Problem Statement:
Payroll Dashboard Readiness show wrong status for Enhanced Retro notification report PDF

Navigation: Payroll Professional >Payroll Dashboard > Payroll Dashboard
Reproduction steps:
• Ensure “Retro-Notifications Report (Enhanced) - PDF” program is added to the Readiness Configuration.
• Map this program to more than one Payroll in Payroll dashboard Readiness Configuration (Ex: PayrollA, PayrollB).
• Run the “Retro-Notifications Report (Enhanced) – PDF” program for one payroll only (Ex: PayrollA).
• Navigate to Payroll dashboard and query the Readiness status for the other Payroll (Ex: PayrollB).

Actual Behavior:
 Payroll readiness status shows the status as Completed. When reviewed the Log file and Output file from the dashboard page corresponding row, it actually shows the program run for Payroll A which is wrong.
 
Expected behavior
As the above mentioned program is not yet run for second payroll, expected the status to show as Not Processed.

Steps to Reproduce:
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Navigation: Payroll Professional > Payroll Dashboard > Payroll Dashboard
2. Ensure “Retro-Notifications Report (Enhanced) - PDF” program is added to the Readiness Configuration.
3. Map this program to more than one Payroll in Payroll dashboard Readiness Configuration (Ex: PayrollA, PayrollB).
4. Run the “Retro-Notifications Report (Enhanced) – PDF” program for one payroll only (Ex: PayrollA).
5. Navigate to Payroll dashboard and query the Readiness status for the other Payroll (Ex: PayrollB).
6. Payroll readiness status shows the status as Completed. When reviewed the Log file and Output file from the dashboard page corresponding row, it actually shows the program run for PayrollA which is wrong.


Cause

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