Last updated on DECEMBER 08, 2016
Applies to:Oracle Advanced Benefits - Version 11.5.10 and later
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*** Checked for relevance on 22-Apr-2015 ***
How does one pass the PERIOD_START_DATE (TEXT), PERIOD_END_DATE (TEXT) values into their external function that their fast formula is calling without hardcoding any COMPENSATION_DATE date values or using global values for period begin and end dates?
Additional items available:
-COMPENSATION_DATES1, COMPENSATION_DATES2, VALUE1, VALUE2
The user's external function has context assignment_id and 2 date input only parameters p_period_begin_date and p_period_end date. These are currently populated by global values that are manually maintained. User does not want to hardcode or set up global values to match the TCS setup but does want the dates from the TCS setup to flow down to the fast formula and function.
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