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HCM 9.2: When Changing the Job Code in Related Language, the Business Title Does Not Reflect the Change (Doc ID 2904933.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 26, 2024

Applies to:

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


When the jobcode of an employee is modified in a related language (for e.g.Italian), the business title is updated with the jobcode description in that particular language.
However, if the User logins in other language (for e.g. ENG), the field Business title was not updated, it shows the previous description.

Steps to replicate the issue:

   1. Open 2 sessions one in English and one in a related Language for e.g. Italian
   2. Login English Session and navigate to Workforce Administration> Job Information> Job Data: Insert a new roweffective dated today click on Override Position Data in order for the Job Code to be available for Selection, change the Job Code and save
   3. Login Italian session and Navigate to Gestiane Personale > Dati impiego > Dati impiego: Correct row was inserted, correct JC is displayed, Employment Data > Business Title was updated correctly
   4. Italian Session: Workforce Administration> Job Information> Job Data Insert a new row with a future effective date and change only the Job Code, no need to click on Override Position Data because it will keep the information from the previous row where it was clicked and Save
Check the Business Title in Italy: It was updated correctly
   5. English Session Workforce Administration> Job Information> Job Data , the new row was added correctly and new Job Code is updated but the Business Title form Employment data is showing the previous Title from the previous Row
   6. English Session: Job data (same Navigation as Step 5) add a new row and change only the Job Code
   7. Italian Session: Workforce Administration> Job Information> Job Data : the Job Code was updated correctly but the Business Title remained from the previous value




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