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ETL/DOC 9.2: GP_ABS_NARUN Not Updating EARLIEST_CHGDT On TL_TR_STATUS As Expected Per Oracle Technical Brief. (Doc ID 2028468.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 24, 2021

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Time and Labor - Version 9.1 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


GP_ABS_NARUN not updating  EARLIEST_CHGDT on TL_TR_STATUS as expected per Oracle Technical Brief

When running GP_ABS_NARUN the process is converting the positive input successfully to Payable time but it is not updating the ECD as expected.

Cannot identify the CI that is referenced in the app engine GP_ABS_NARUN or any of the AE's that are called.

Below is an excerpt from the Oracle technical brief regarding the conversion of the absence event to payable time, published March 2013 for versions 9 - 9.2

Absence Management Integration with Time and Labor (Doc ID 1534167.1)

The absence is inserted into Payable Time using a component interface that validates the data as if it were entered through a Time and Labor component. A key difference is that the Absence Data is converted into Payable Time TRCs that are automatically validated. Therefore, no additional approval process is required on the Time and Labor side. In addition, if the employee already has other Payable Time created, then the Absence Data can reset the ECD (Earliest Change Date) to the earliest date based on the Absence Data that was processed. For example, if the system already processed up to Jan 18 in Time and Labor and you sent Absence Data containing an absence with a Begin Date of Jan 15 into Payable Time, then the ECD will be set to Jan 15. Any additional reprocessing in Time Administrator would recalculate whatever Payable Time was necessary based on the on the rules defined by the customer.


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