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GPES: Counting Days During BRD Calculation is Incorrect in Case of IT and MAT in the Same Month. (Doc ID 2974832.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 18, 2023

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Global Payroll Spain - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


If in one month an absence ends (IT, AT, maternity or any other type of absence) and another new one starts (IT,AT,maternity,...) the second absence is not being calculated correctly.
For the BRD calculation, the SS DR CLC BRD duration is being used, which has been modified by the end date using the new SS FMFECHA FIN formula. This new formula is not always recalculated, so it maintains the calculated value in the first absence.

Steps to replicate the issue:
Prerequisite for Testing: Choose a Part Time Employee
1. Navigate to Workforce Administration > Job Information > Contract Administration > Update Contracts ESP: Add a Contract type: 200 starting with the Year 2023 for e.g.
2. Global Payroll & Absence Mgmt > Absence and Payroll Processing > Calculate Payroll: Run January, February ,March Payroll.
3. Workforce Administration > Job Information > Job Data - Compensation Tab : Enter Salary increase in April.
4. Global Payroll & Absence Mgmt > Absence and Payroll Processing > Calculate Payroll: Run April, May Payroll.
5. Global Payroll & Absence Mgmt > Payee Data > Absence Event ESP > Absence Event Entry : Add the Absence as follows
Enter IT (Invalidity Absence)in June (from 1 to 10).
Enter Maternidad in June (from 20 to 30).
6. Global Payroll & Absence Mgmt > Absence and Payroll Processing > Calculate Payroll: Run June Payroll

Notice: When we have Maternity leave together with other absence (IT, AT..) in the month, we will not calculate correctly the second absence, as the end date of the period is kept as it was for the first absence.


 The incorrect calculation occurred after applying the Bug 35228653.


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