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Retro Process, Fast Formula uses Roundup Function Instead of Round Function (Doc ID 471383.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 06, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Payroll - Version 11.5.10.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
ConcurrentProgram:RETROELE - RetroPay By Element

Symptoms

Find when retro process calculates negative hours differently

Example:

  1. Three vacation taken entries of 8 hours each resulted in 24 hours total vacation taken.
    2. Do the retro with 3 vacation taken entries of -8 hours each.
    3. The pay value (-8 * rate) gets put into the element entry.
    4. It appears to trunc at 2 decimals, rather than round up. So each entry is .01 short.

Retro process leaves a .03 balance in vacation taken element.

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
Expect that retro process should calculate negative hours in same way as positive hours




Changes

 

Cause

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