eComp Process Compensation Cycle Build Failed on WCS_ECMBUILD.P50-SAL.Step020

(Doc ID 2355706.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 15, 2018

Applies to:

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


On : 9.2 version, Other Issue with eCompensation

eCompensation Process for Compensation Cycle Build

AE Program: WCS_ECMBUILD When Customer Uses TIMESPAN as a SOURCE_TYPE for a Matrix to be Used In Compensation Cycle; when running the Compensation
Cycle Build Process an error occurs:

2017-01-26- GetNextStateRecord [68] Exception logged: RC=3.

Invalid date. (180,112) WCS_SOURCE.Implementation.DateFactory.OnExecute Name:GetSQLData PCPC:6079 Statement:144

Called from:WCS_SOURCE.Implementation.DateFactory.OnExecute Name:GetDate Statement:104

Called from:WCS_SOURCE.Implementation.LengthOfTimeImpl.OnExecute Name:ResolveSourceValue Statement:184

Called from:WCS_LOOKUPTABLE.Access.LookupInput.OnExecute Name:ResolveInputValue Statement:55

Called from:WCS_LOOKUPTABLE.Access.LookupTableMgmt.OnExecute Name:ResolveInputValues Statement:184

2017-01-26- DoStepActions [1956] Exception logged: RC=100.

Process 32428 ABENDED at Step WCS_ECMBUILD.P50-SAL.Step020 (PeopleCode) -- RC = 24 (108,524)

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

1. Use Delivered Source_Id Union Code
2. Use Delivered Source_Id Grade
3. Use delivered Source_Id EMPL_GRD_MAXHRLY
4. From the Job History selected MAX_RT_HOURLY - Maximum Pay and then saved
5. Used delivered Source_Id of Performance Rating
6. Created SOURCE_ID SERVICE_HOURS using Length of Time TIMESPAN
7. Results Definition Used delivered Funding Percentage, only selected Base Compensation Adjustments
8. Created Matrix
10. Output Funding Pct
11. Created a Group
12. Group Build Definition View
13. Verify the Employees in the Group
14. Created Supervisor Tree KA0018
15. Created Comp Cycle
16. Clicked on Build Cycle (this errors out and the cycle does not build)


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