In the Budgeted Salary Change the Job Data Change Amount Cascades into 'Assign Group Increases'
(Doc ID 1645088.1)
Last updated on FEBRUARY 07, 2019
Applies to:PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Human Resources - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Issue : With certain Job Data rows, compensation change amounts can be incorrectly pulled into the 'Assign Group Increases' component. This potentially results in incorrect compensation data being uploaded into Job Data.
Initially when the users enter the 'Assign Group Increases' Pay Component Section, amounts are okay. However, if this is saved and the user re-enters the component, the change amount from the compensation row in Job Data is now in the change amount field in Assign group Increases.
Steps to replicate :
Pre-requisites data set-up for an employee.
1) Employee has 2 rows in Job Data with the same effective date as the salary plan date
2) The higher effective sequence row for these two rows has a change amount against the base component
Step 1 Set-up Job Data so that there are 2 rows for the salary plan effective date. The later effective sequence needs to have a change amount
Step 2 Set-up Group Budget
Step 3 Check the status of the PS_COMPENSATION index in the database
Index without descending key
INDEX_NAME COLUMN_NAME UNIQUENES
--------------- ----------- ---------
PS_COMPENSATION EMPLID UNIQUE
CREATE UNIQUE iNDEX PS_COMPENSATION ON PS_COMPENSATION (EMPLID,
COMP_RATECD) TABLESPACE PSINDEX STORAGE (INITIAL 131072 NEXT 106496
MAXEXTENTS UNLIMITED PCTINCREASE 0) PCTFREE 10 PARALLEL NOLOGGING
Step 4 Go Assign Group Increases (first time) and Note the Pay Components ‘New Comp rate’ – correct value shown. . Note the Change amount which is blank, ie zero – correct
Step 5 Click ‘Save’. Go back into Assign Group Increases and Note the new Comp rate value – this is correct.
Step 6 Note the Change amount and Change Percent values. These are wrong.
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