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In Manager Self-Service -> Hire Function, the "Reason for Pay Change" field has a Value by Default Upon Page Load after clicking on "Propose Pay Change" button (Doc ID 2957650.1)

Last updated on JUNE 30, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Self-Service Human Resources - Version 12.2 HRMS RUP14 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.



When attempting to click on "Propose Pay Change" button from "Hire: Select a Pay Action" page using "Manager Self-Service" responsibility, observed that the “Reason For Pay Change” field has a default value upon page load.

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

1. Login to "Manager Self-Service" responsibility.

2. Navigate to "Hire" function.

3. In the "Hire: Enter Basic Details" page, enter the details and click Continue.

4. If it redirects to "Hire: Potential Duplicate People" page, then select the row with the Name "No match..."

5. Then in the next page, enter all the mandatory details and click Next.

6. In the next page "Hire: Assignment", enter the Salary Basis and click Next.

7. In the next page "Hire: Select a Pay Action", click on "Propose Pay Change" button.

8. In this page, observe that by default the “Reason For Pay Change” List of Values (LOV) has a default.

9. The Page name is as below:


10. Now, cancel this transaction and go to Home page.

11. Choose "Change Pay" function.

12. Click on Action icon against any Employee in the "Change Pay: People in Hierarchy" page.

13. Then in the "Change Pay: Select a Pay Action" page, click on "Propose Pay Change" button.

14. In this page, observe that the “Reason For Pay Change” field does not have any default value.

15. The page name is the same.


16. Even without any personalizations, the “Reason For Pay Change” LOV is having a default value in Hire Function.


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