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UK Pay: Net Pay Deduction Figure in RTI FPS Run Reconciliation Report Mismatch With Run Results (Doc ID 2367934.1)

Last updated on MARCH 01, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle HRMS (UK) - Version 12.1 HRMS RUP9 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Problem Statement:

Net Pay Deduction incorrect in FPS when BACS is rolled back.
This value does not reflect what has been processed through payroll. Example:

1. Query one example employee
2. Run quickpay, quick prepayments and BACS for december 2017: BACS amount=4515.48
3. Check pay_gb_bacs_fps. Amount is 00000451548.
4. Rollback BACS using GB Rollback. Check again pay_gb_bacs_fps. The row is not deleted. Amount is the same:  00000451548.
5. Modify salary and retry quickpay and quick prepayments. Run BACS again.Amount to be paid: 4592.94.
6. Checked again pay_gb_bacs_fps. The amount is still unchanged: 00000451548.
7. RTI - Full Payment Submission Process (FPS) 2017/18 for dec 2017. Checkoutput: Net Pay Dedn. =77.46, which is exactly the difference between 4592.94-4515.48.  Net Pay Dedn should be 0.
8. Rolled-back all the processes: FPS, BACS, prepayments and quickpay and re-run them. A new line is inserted in  pay_gb_bacs_fps with the correct amount, but the old one is still present. Net Pay Dedn in FPS is 0, as expected 

Steps to Reproduce:
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Login using UK HMRS manager responsiblity
2. (N) -> People -> Enter and Maintain -> Query Employee -> Assignment -> Quick Pay
3. (N) -> Process and Reports -> Submit process -> RTi Full Payment Submission
4. (N) -> Process and Reports -> Submit process -> RTI FPS Reconciliation Report



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