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Personnel Action Record (PAR) : PRO Status With Errors Can Be Saved In HR Processing USF Page (Doc ID 2676550.1)

Last updated on JUNE 01, 2020

Applies to:

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


PAR Validate Edits not functioning as expected . User able to save Personnel Action Record (PAR) with – “PRO: Processed by Human Resources” status even when the Action failed CPDF Edit Validations and errors are present on Edit Errors Page.
But the Validate Edits functionality as delivered does not Stop the user from saving the Personnel Action with PAR Status – “PRO: Processed by Human Resources” when Edit Errors are present on the action. This is causing the Completed Personnel Action to not be in Compliance with the Office of Personnel Management’s (OPM) CPDF regulations. Resulting in incorrect data to be transmitted to OPM for Enterprise Human Resources Integration (EHRI) and Electronic Official Personnel Folder (eOPF).

The system should not allow the user to Save the PAR action with Status ‘PRO’ when Edit errors exist for the action. The PAR action can be saved to PRO status only when there are no Edit errors when the Validate Edits process is run.

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

1. Navigate to Workforce Administration > Job Information > HR Processing USF > Data Control page
2. Insert new action by clicking + Sign. A new row is inserted. Enter required fields.
3. Click on ‘PAR Status’ lookup and set the Status to REQ: Requested.
4. Click on Award Data link on Data Control tab and enter the Award amount.
5. Click on the Validate Edits button to run the Process. This will save the action to the database.
6. Once process FGPOPMJ completes to success Click on the Edit Errors link on Data Control page to view the Edit Validation Errors.
The sample action has cases that failed CPDF edits
7. Click on ‘PAR Status’ lookup and set the Status to PRO: Processed by Human Resources and Save.


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