ETL 9.x: Time Admin Batching Issue With Assignment Start And/or End Date Is In Mid Period
(Doc ID 1608837.1)
Last updated on FEBRUARY 01, 2019
Applies to:PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Time and Labor - Version 9.1 to 9.2 [Release 9]
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Admin batching Issue with assignment start and end date. When assignment(s) start date and/or end date is in middle of period, time admin is putting employees assignments in different batches, even the workgroup is same for both assignments and it’s causing issue with over time calculation.
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps: 1) Pay Period Begin/End 9/2/ - 9/8 Weekly period Employee is multiple job EE with 5 empl rcds (0,1, 2, 3, 4) - All empl rcds are active Empl Rcds 1,2 (both assigned to same workgroup. 2) Job Data - Empl_Rcd 1 effdt 9/5/2013; Empl_Rcd 2 effdt 9/7/2013 3) Time Reporter Data - Both Elapsed Empl_Rcd 1 effdt 9/5/2013; Empl_Rcd 2 effdt 9/7/2013 - Both assigned to Workgroup US001 - Time Period - Weekly 4) Workgroup - effdt 01/01/1946 - Positive - Time Period - Weekly - No schedule assigned - No approvals 5) TL_INSTALLATION - Include All Jobs (unchecked) 6) Timesheet Entry Empl_Rcd 1 on 9/5/2013 put in 20 hours REG Empl_Rcd 2 on 9/7/2013 put in 25 hours REG 7) Rule Program Include Default Reg and Weekly Overtime Rules
8) TA Run Control Use Reported Time for POI (selected) Use Current Date (selected) Include Empl_rcds 1 and 2 9) After TA, Empl_Rcd 2 had offsets
TimeAdmin should not "slice" the time period based on the workgroup where same rule program exists in more than one effective dated rows which fall in the time period of a particular batch.
10) When assignment(s) start date and/or end date is in mid period, time admin is putting employee’s assignments in different batches, even the workgroup is the same for both assignments and it causing issues with over time and FLSA calculation.
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