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PERIOD_NAME and PERIOD_NUM are not Updated When Creating 27 and 53 Pay Periods (Doc ID 2610094.1)

Last updated on JUNE 24, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Payroll - Version 12.2 to 12.2 HRMS RUP14 [Release 12.2]
Oracle Payroll - Version 12.1.1 to 12.1 HRMS RUP13 [Release 12.1]
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Symptoms

Problem Statement:

For the upcoming 2020 calendar year, it will be one that has both a 27 and 53 pay period year. When attempting to update the check date to create 27 pay period for Bi-Weekly and 53 for Weekly pay periods, PERIOD_NUM and PERIOD_NAME for the changed periods remains at 1.

 

Steps to Reproduce:

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

      1.  Login as HRMS Manager responsibility.
      2.  Go to Period Dates form
         (N) Payroll > Description > (B) Period Dates
      3. Update the check date of pay period "1 2021 Week" to the date in Dec 2020 to create the 53th pay period for 2020.
        e.g.
        Change check date from 01-JAN-21 to 31-DEC-20.

        TIME_PERIOD_ID PERIOD_NAME PERIOD_NUM START_DATE END_DATE REGULAR_PAYMENT_DATE
        130426 51 2020 Week 51 06-DEC-20 12-DEC-20 18-DEC-20
        130427 52 2020 Week 52  13-DEC-20 19-DEC-20 25-DEC-20
        130428 1 2021 Week 1  20-DEC-20  26-DEC-20 01-JAN-21
        130429 2 2021 Week 2  27-DEC-20 02-JAN-21 08-JAN-21
      4. PERIOD_NAME and PERIOD_NUM stays 1.

        e.g.
TIME_PERIOD_ID PERIOD_NAME PERIOD_NUM START_DATE END_DATE REGULAR_PAYMENT_DATE
130426 51 2020 Week 51 06-DEC-20 12-DEC-20 18-DEC-20
130427 52 2020 Week 52 13-DEC-20 19-DEC-20 25-DEC-20
130428 1 2021 Week 1 20-DEC-20 26-DEC-20 31-DEC-20
130429 1 2021 Week 1 27-DEC-20 02-JAN-21

08-JAN-21

Cause

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