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Setup HCM Salary Step Table Step 10 Causing PAR Validate Errors -"If pay plan is GG, GL, GS, or VP And neither current appointment authority is UAM, And grade is 01 through 15, And pay rate determinant is 0, 5, 6, or 7, Then step or rate must be 01" (Doc ID 2434597.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 13, 2018

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Human Resources - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 9.2 version, Compensation

HCM 9.2 - Setup HCM Salary Step Table step 10 causing PAR Validate Edits errors

Online entry of Federal Salary Step information saves the SAL_STEP_TBL.STEP = 10 value as a 0 to the corresponding SAL_STEP_TBL.GVT_STEP field when the value should be 10.
Issue is erroneously causing the following PAR “Validate Edits” processing CPDF error when a federal employee is a step 10 for the corresponding pay plan.


ERROR
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If pay plan is GG, GL, GS, or VP And neither current appointment authority is UAM, And grade is 01 through 15, And pay rate determinant is 0, 5, 6, or 7, Then step or rate must be 01 through 10



STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Enter a new Federal Hire Action using a Position with a “GS” pay plan. The menu path to enter
the Hire action is as follows: Workforce Administration> Job Information> Add Employment
Instance USF. Enter following data.
2. Enter following data in Job Data page.
Upon entering all the required field values for the PAR enter a Step value of 10 on the
compensation Data page.
3. Return to the Data Control tab and upon selecting the “Validate Edits” button the following
message appears. Clicking “OK” executes the CPDF Validate Edits process.
Got the following result:
4. Go back to Data Control tab and selecting the View Edit Errors link displays the information below.
Thus, the issue is erroneously causing the following PAR “Validate Edits” processing CPDF error when a federal employee is a step 10 for the corresponding pay plan:



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Cause

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