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ESOCIAL: Identifier Invalid Error When Generating Event S-1200 For a CLT Employee(Category 101) That Has Another Empl_Rcd As a Terminated Director(Category 721). (Doc ID 2953911.1)

Last updated on JUNE 12, 2023

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Global Payroll Brazil - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Employee has 2 empl_rcds(1 and 0):

Category 721 - Director without employment (empl_rcd 1)
Category 101 - Regular employee (CLT) (empl_rcd 0)

The Empl_rcd 1(director) was terminated and returned as a CLT employee (Empl_rcd 0). It was calculated the termination for the empl_rcd 1 and the monthly payroll for the empl_rcd 0.

When generating the periodic events, the event S-2399 was generated correctly, but the event S-1200 has a tag ideDmDev with 3 that is related with the termination calendar already referenced in the event S-2399.
The correct should be generate the event S-1200 for the empl_rcd 0 with the monthly payroll and the event S-2399 for the director termination (empl_rcd 1).

Error returned from eSocial for S-1200 event:

Identifier invalid.
Suggested action: The identifier have to be unique in the same competency and pay indicative for each employee.

Step to reproduce the issue:

  1. Employee has 2 empl_rcds in Job Data: Director without employment (empl_rcd 1- active) and Category 101 - Regular employee (CLT) (empl_rcd 0- Long Term Absence).
  2. On Job Data, add a new Effective Date with Action=Termination for empl_rcd 1.
  3. On Job Data, add the same Effective Date  from step 2 with Action= Return from Absence for empl_rcd 0.
  4. Navigate to Global Payroll & Absence Mgmt > Termination Processing > Mass Termination Request BRA and calculate the termination for empl_rcd 1.
  5. Finalize the off-cycle for the termination.
  6. Navigate to Global Payroll & Absence Mgmt > Absence and Payroll Processing > Reports > eSocial BRA > eSocial Non Periodic Event and generate the event S-2399.
  7. Calculate Payroll.
  8. Navigate to Global Payroll & Absence Mgmt > Absence and Payroll Processing > Reports > eSocial BRA > eSocial Payroll Events and generate events S-1200 and S-1210.





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