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Main Appraiser Is Able To Update Appraisal Of An Appraisee Even After Transferring / Sharing The Same to Appraisee (Doc ID 2722544.1)

Last updated on JUNE 04, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Performance Management - Version 12.1 HRMS RUP12 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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After Main Appraiser transfers the appraisal to appraisee, still Main Appraiser is able to update the Appraisal while using the "Back" button and returning back to "Update Appraisal" Page.

Application allows Main Appraiser to modify objectives and competencies.

 

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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After transferring appraisal, navigation with browser buttons should not allow modification of appraisal.

 

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

1. Login using "Employee Self Service" Responsibility.

2. Navigate to function "Appraisals".

3. As an appraisee, create an appraisal with objectives and competencies. Fill in the details for the same and transfer to Main appraiser.

4. Now login as Main Appraiser.

5. Navigate to Manager Self Service --> Appraisal.

6. Open up the Appraisal submitted by the Appraisee and click on "Update Appraisal" button.

7. Update / modify the appraisal details and share it back to Appraisee, by clicking the "Share with Appraisee" button. Thus appraisal is shared back to Appraisee.
 
8. Now click on "Back" button to come back to page where "Update Appraisal" button is available.

9. Now click on "update appraisal" button again and try to modify Objectives / Competencies.

10. Observed that, Application allows to modify the Appraisal details, which are already transferred to Appraisee.

11. Expect that, Application should not allow to modify the Appraisal details, which are already transferred to Appraisee

Additional Information:
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When Save / Apply the Modified Appraisal Data a stale data error is reported.

Cause

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