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Multiple Audit Rows Are Created During a Change to an Employee's Savings Plan Enrollment (Doc ID 2794266.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 23, 2023

Applies to:

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


Creating an audit for Savings Plan enrollments (PS_SAVINGS_PLAN/PS_AUDIT_SAVS_PLAN) causes audit rows with Action = C for all 4x Plan Types associated to the employee.

Example: A new savings plan enrollment for Plan Type 46 was inserted for an employee with enrollments in other 4x Plan Types.  In the audit table there were additional C rows added for all of the other 4x plan type enrollments.

Replication Steps:

1. Select an active Employee with an enrollment in a savings plan tied to 40 plan type but not Plan Type 46.  Navigation: Benefits > Enroll In Benefits > Savings Plans.

2. Insert a new Plan Type 46 enrollment row for the employee and save.

Results are that the Audit table gets two rows added, one with the action = A (correct row) for plan type 46 and one with Action=C(incorrect row) for plan type 40, however, Plan Type 40 was never touched so there should not be any row for it in the audit record.




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