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Enrolling an Employee into a Newly Created Compensation Object, Errors: APP-BEN-93288 Link or Eligibility Criteria is Out of Sync for This Compensation Object (Doc ID 278099.1)

Last updated on JUNE 10, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Advanced Benefits - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When attempting to enroll an employee into a newly created compensation object, the following error occurs:

"APP-BEN: 93288: The link criteria for the element are more restrictive than the eligibility criteria for the compensation object. These criteria must by in sync.


Either create a general element link to avoid restrictions on the element or add more eligibility restrictions to the compensation object."

This is the first time that the compensation object in question is being tested.

 HR Trace (PYUPIP trace) shows the following data just prior to the error being thrown by the system:


Entering: ben_element_entry.create_enrollment_element 5
p_prtt_rt_val_id=108 5
p_rt_start_date=01-JAN-03 5
p_enrt_rslt_id=134 5
p_rt=0 5
p_element_type_id=5674 5
p_input_value_id=137873 5
p_acty_base_rt_id=8 5
p_effective_date=01-JAN-03 5
Entering: ben_element_entry.clear_ext_inpval_tab 5
Leaving: ben_element_entry.clear_ext_inpval_tab 5
Entering: ben_element_entry.chk_assign_exists 5
p_assignment_id: 5
Entering: ben_element_entry.get_abr_assignment 5
p_effective_date: 01-JAN-03 5
asmt_to_use_cd: ANY 60
organization_id: 119 60
payroll_id: 61 60
assignment_id: 111 60
Leaving: ben_element_entry.get_abr_assignment 60
p_assignment_id:111 10
l_assignment_id:111 50
l_payroll_id:61 50
Entering: ben_element_entry.Get_link 5
c_getasgdets is not null 999
Leaving: ben_element_entry.Get_link 5
Entering .p_call_oll_ff 10*
Leaving .p_call_oll_ff 10*






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