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EAM: Absence Events shown As "Not Processed" in the Maintain Absences Page though the Absences are finalized and show as processed in the Calendar Group results (Doc ID 1490437.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 01, 2018

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise HRMS Absence Management - Version 9 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


HRMS / GP Release: PeopleSoft Enterprise HRMS Absence Management 9.0
Tools Release: 8.49

Absence events show an unprocessed status even after the calendar is finalized and although it is shown as Processed in the Calendar Group results.


1. Apply absences on 7th and 8th jan 2010 thru absence event

2. Identify and calculate the jan 2011 payroll.

3. Absences of 7th and 8th jan are in ‘processed’ status.

4. Finalize jan 2010 absence and payroll.

5. Added a new row to job data with effdt of 4th jan 2010 for pay rate change from 3500 to 4500 inr.

6. Retro triggers generated for employee for job and compensation changes on jan’ 4th 2010.

7. Identify and calculate the feb 2010 absence and payroll.

8. Finalized absences again changed to ‘processed’ status due to job retro.

9. Cancel the payee status of the employee.

10. Calculate the feb 2010 payroll again with employee in cancelled payee status.

11. Employee was cancelled in the feb 2010 run.

12. Already finalized jan absence events for employee changed to ‘not proc’ status.

13. Go to job data for employee as below and delete the new row added for ‘pay rate change’.

14. As the new job data row is deleted for the employee, so cancel the retro triggers generated for that row earlier.

15. Now uncancel the employee in the payee status page.

16. Recalculate the feb absence and payroll again.

17. Emplid is calculated with normal payee status.

18. Earlier finalized absence event status is ‘not proc’.

Absence events must show the status as "Processed" if it is shown as Processed in Results by Calendar Group.


Absence events show the status as "Unprocessed" though it is shown as Processed in Results by Calendar Group.


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