Last updated on JUNE 01, 2016
Applies to:PeopleSoft Enterprise HRMS Time and Labor - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
It appears using Workgroup Day breaker End of Shift along with Time Admin Run Control with the Process Date set to end of current period and Use Reported Time POI unselected generates incorrect payable time. Payable time is doubling time if last day of the current period has an IN punch and first day of the next period has cross over Out punch.
What is Working:
User gets the expected results for End of Shift Daybreaker option if Time Admin is run with Use Reported Time for POI is selected and Process Thru Date = 6/8/14 which is end of the period. However, user states: we don't use POI check box because we don't want time admin processing all our future time.
Step to Recreate:
1. Set Workgroup Daybreaker options to 12:00 am, End of Shift, Range Start Day.
2.A biweekly Time period (Mon – Sun) is used. The two time periods for this scenario are as follows:
5/26/14 – 6/8/14 – current period
6/9/14 – 6/22/14 – next period
The cross-over occurs between 6/8/14 and 6/9/14.
3.The punches for this scenario are as follows:
Day/Date IN OUT
Sat 6/7 6:00pm
Sun 6/8 3:00am
Sun 6/8 6:00pm
Mon 6/9 3:00am
4.Check ECD before Time Admin
5.Run Time Admin (with Use Reported Time for POI unselected and Process Thru Date = 6/8/14 which is end of the period)
6.Check ECD after Time Admin
7.Review Payable Time Results. Note: Payable time hours on 6/8 are doubled.
User expected payable time results are:
Sun 6/8 9.00 total REG hours
Mon 6/9 9.00 total REG hours
Another customer with daybreaker options set as follows gets same payable time results.
Workgroup Daybreaker options to 9:00 pm, Begin Time of Shift, Range End Day
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