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Links on Self Service Pages Not Translated to Canadian French (CFR) (Doc ID 1625558.1)

Last updated on APRIL 21, 2020

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM eBenefits - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Links to return from detail page to summary pages are not translated into Canadian French (CFR) on 4 Self Service pages - Change Current Beneficiaries and Allocations and View Savings Allocations pages for an individual Savings Plan and  Dependent/Beneficiary Personal Information pages for Health Care Dependent Summary and Insurance Beneficiary Summary.

STEPS
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1. Navigate to Self Service > Benefits > Benefit Information > Savings Summary.
2. Click on an active Plan Type in the summary to go to an individual Plan page.
3. Navigate to Change Current Beneficiaries and Allocations page by clicking the appropriate button.
    > Link 'Return to View All Savings Plans' is not translated for CFR.
4. Return to the individual Plan page by clicking the link.
5. Navigate to View Savings Allocations page by clicking  the appropriate button.
    > Link 'Return to View All Savings Plans' is not translated for CFR.
6. Navigate to Self Service > Benefits > Dependents and Beneficiaries > Health Care Dependent Summary.
7. Navigate to the Dependent/Beneficiary Personal Information page by clicking an individual dependent.
    > Link  ‘Return to Health care dependent summary’ is not translated for CFR.
8. Navigate to Self Service > Benefits > Dependents and Beneficiaries > Insurance Beneficiary Summary.
9. Navigate to the Dependent/Beneficiary Personal Information page by clicking an individual dependent.
    > Link ‘View All Benef Allocations’ is not translated for CFR.

Cause

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