Last updated on JANUARY 05, 2017
Applies to:Oracle Payroll - Version 220.127.116.11 to 12.2.2 [Release 11.5 to 12.2]
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Checked for relevance and is still relevant on 27-DEC-2013
REPORT:ESTCOSTING - Partial Period Accrual Calculation
Partial Period Accrual Calculation process completed normal. However the calculation did not create any records.
Payroll pay period has dates: from November 13-27th, check date in December 3rd.
Need to use this pay period to estimate for November 28-30th.
If run Partial Period Accrual Calculation with dates of November 27th (end of the pay period to be used as basis) and November 30th (GL close date), process does not produce any results.
If run Partial Period Accrual Calculation and use the date in the period that includes the check date (December 3rd), it uses the period of November 13-27th as basis and the partial accrual creates correct results.
The process should use the date within the actual pay period in order to get costing results for that period.
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