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EBS HR: Comments In People Form Have To Be Entered Twice After A Termination Has Been Processed (Doc ID 2601318.1)

Last updated on JUNE 16, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Human Resources - Version 12.1 HRMS RUP11 to 12.2.9 [Release 12.1 to 12.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On Production 12.1 HRMS RUP11 version, Person / Assignment Issues

EBS HR: Comments in People form have to be entered twice after a Termination has been processed

Client is using standard attachments in Oracle EBS HR to enter free text notes regarding Person details - this for information not held elsewhere in the application. Are using Oracle EBS Payroll - but HR information is held in separate install of Fusion HR.

Have raised the following query as regards behaviour when an employee is terminated

"Once a Termination has been processed, you have to input any Notes twice for them to be carried forward to both before and after the Last Date of Service. For example, if you input some Notes either on or before the LDOS, they will only be visible on the notes screen up till and including the LDOS. If you date track forward to the day after the LDOS, or any date further forward, the notes will not be visible. Likewise, if you input the notes on any date after the LDOS, they will then only be visible from the day after the LDOS onwards. If you date track back to the LDOS or any date before then, the notes will not be visible. The system will however, allow you to update the notes screen both on and after the LDOS, and the Notes are then visible on all dates. "

Looking for clarification if this is expected 'date-track' behaviour for Notes functionality.
Have been given no indication from client that this behaviour has changed since have been using the application is from early 200s.

Believe this reported behaviour will be due to change of status once terminate employee

Have provided the following
 - payroll analyser (from Production)
 - Documentation showing reproduction of issue...


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