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Accrual Entitlement Start Calculation Date is incorrect for last days of previous year, when the first payroll pay period for the new year starts with a date in previous calendar year. (Doc ID 2737688.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 07, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Human Resources - Version 12.2.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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Observed that, Accrual Entitlement Start Calculation Date is incorrect for last days of previous year, when the first payroll pay period for the new year starts with a date in previous calendar year.

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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Expect that, Accrual Entitlement Start Calculation Date should be correct for last days of previous year (which is Pay Period Start Date of Pay Period # 1), when the first payroll pay period for the new year starts with a date in previous calendar year.

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

1. Create Element type:information,Non Recurring with Input values as Number of Days with Unit As Day

2. Create Open Link.

3. Create Absence type with vacation Type and choose the element.

4. Create Accrual Plan with above element and choose accrual formula as PTO_PAYROLL_BALANCE_CALCULATION and Carry over Formula as PTO_PAYROLL_CARRYOVER

5. Create Open link for accrual plan.

6. Create Employee with address and Choose Vision Bi Weekly Payroll.

7. Launch Payroll screen and click on pay periods and please note the payperiods in Dec 2000.

    Its Period Start Date Enddate as below

    25 2000 Bi-Week 26-NOV-2000 09-DEC-2000

    26 2000 Bi-Week 10-DEC-2000 23-DEC-2000

8. Launch Employee,Assignment Add the accrual plan to the same.

9. Set HR: Schedule Based Absence Calculation to No @ US Super HRMS Manager Resp

10. Create Formula for BG_ABSENCE_DURATION by coping TEMPLATE_ABSENCE_DURATION.

11. Now Navigate to Employee in Enter and Maintain,Create Absence in 04-nov-2000 to 06-nov-2000.Check the accrual ,End of plan is 23-Dec-2000

12. Ran Quickpay on 04-jan-2001

13. Access Fastpath>Accruals

Cause

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