Last updated on SEPTEMBER 15, 2016
Applies to:Oracle HRMS (UK) - Version 12 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
'APP-PAY-51073 SSP qualifying patterns must be whole days' is seen as an error
The sequence of events
- Create Absence type/category Sickness to record in hours. Link SSP elements
- Create SSP Pattern time unit QH for Qualifying hours with time Unit Multiplier as 24
- Create SSP Pattern time unit NQH for Non Qualifying hours with time Unit Multiplier as 24
- Create SSP Pattern with 24 lines denoting each hour, choosing the pattern time unit QH/NQH for
Sickness in recorded in Hours.
A 7 day SSP pattern is set with all days as qualifying using hours
recording. There is the assumption that a working day is 8 hours.
You have set up the Pattern Time Unit is set as Hours with 24 Time unit multiplier,
assuming 24 hours in a day (or should this be 8 for the working day).
The Pattern built up 1 day as 24 hour single lines to denote each hour
in a day assuming that only 8 hours in the day are qualifying and the rest non
qualifying. The online help says, use the time unit in the pattern but you
cannot get any pattern to save using this Time Unit due to the following message.
As SSP is paid in days using a daily Pattern and the SSP rules do not allow a part day payment.
The understanding is that an employee is either sick or not on the whole day, so calculations are based on the
days between, absence start and end, and the number of hours in the day did not
So how do to setup the SSP Pattern when an employee records absence in hours?
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