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Fusion Global Payroll: Personal Payment Methods (PPM) Move Up/Move Down Switches the Amounts vs. Moving the Entire Record (Doc ID 1952800.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 06, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Global Payroll Cloud Service - Version and later
Oracle Fusion Global Payroll - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When there are two personal payment records for EFT and the Move Up or Move Down arrow is used to switch the processing order, the amounts are switched versus the entire record.
This is an issue if the amounts are for different banks and/or accounts

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Navigator>Payroll>Payment Distribution
2. Select the Manage Personal Payment Methods task
3. Click the Create icon
4. Enter a Name and select an EFT type Organization Payment Method
5. In the Bank Accounts region, click the Create icon
6. Select a Bank Name and Branch.
7. Enter an Account Number and an Account Name
8. Click Save
9. Click Submit
Add another account
10. Click the Create icon
11. Enter a Name, select the EFT type Organization Payment Method, enter a Percentage (e.g. 60)
Note the Bank Account region is not generated (this has been logged under another bug)
12. Cancel
13. Click the Create icon again
14. Enter the Name, select the EFT Organization Payment Method – note Bank Accounts Region now appears.
15. Enter a Percentage (e.g 60)
16. Click the Create icon in the Bank Accounts region
17. Select a different Bank Name and Branch from above
18. Enter an Account Number an Account Name
19. Click Save
20. Click Submit
Notice that the newest bank information is on the top and the processing order is 1 and the older bank details are now processing order 2
21. Click the Move Up or Move Down arrow to change the processing order
Note the 60% is now associated to Account 1 (Bank ABC) and the remaining pay to Account 2 (Bank 123)


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