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ETL9.2: Absence Hours Are Not Displayed Correctly On Timesheet Around A Holiday. (Doc ID 2366562.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 13, 2018

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

Absence hours are not displayed correctly on timesheet around a holiday.

STEPS
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Scenario #1:
1. Pick a week where Monday is an 8 Hours Holiday for the employee
2. An employee has schedule 9 Hours /day (Mon to Thursday) and 4 Hours on Friday.
3. Report absence on timesheet
a. 1 Hour of partial VAC on Monday
b. Apply in a range from Tuesday to Friday with 2 Hours of Partial hours on Tuesday (start Day Only) and forecast Timesheet saves but absence hours displayed on Tuesday is not correct, it shows 1 hour instead of 2 hours reported on the start day by an employee. The reported hour at the top is also incorrect; it shows 24 hours instead of 25 hours.

Scenario#2:
1. Update the timesheet in scenario#1 to report 2 hours of Vacation on Tuesday separately and not in a range and forecast, timesheet displays correct hours for Tuesday (2 Hours)
2. Now again report absence in range from Wed thru Friday with Wednesday Partial hours 2 and Forecast Notice the Wednesday hours now, it is incorrectly displaying 1 hour, instead of 2 hours reported by the employee on Wednesday. The reported hours at the top is also not correct, timesheet displays 17 hours, however, absence has been reported for 18 hours.

Scenario #3:
Identify an employee having 8 Hours /5 Days schedule (Monday to Friday) and identify a week where an employee is having half day holiday of 4 hours on Friday. Report absence in a range (Monday to Friday) partial 3 hours each day in this week.
Notice that timesheet displays full 4 hrs on Friday instead of 3 hours of absence actually applied by employee. In this case, as well the total hours displayed at the top is not correct.





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