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Shift Premium Rule as Timecard Attribute

Ashok Rajagopal

Oracle Time and Labor Development

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Contents

• Requirement and Business Justification

• Solution Components

• Configuration steps for Self Service use

• Configuration steps for Timekeeper use

• Steps for Timestore Deposit API

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Add to HXC_CUI_TIMECARD region to

enable use of this label in SS timecard

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Modify LDT files to add the new component

BEGIN HXC_LAYOUT_COMPONENTS "Ash-EATON Timecard Layout - SDP Rule"

OWNER = "ORACLE12.1.0"

COMPONENT_VALUE = "SDPRULE"

REGION_CODE = "HXC_CUI_TIMECARD"

REGION_CODE_APP_SHORT_NAME = "HXC"

ATTRIBUTE_CODE = "HXC_CUI_SDP_RULE_LABEL"

ATTRIBUTE_CODE_APP_SHORT_NAME = "HXC"

SEQUENCE = "210"

COMPONENT_DEFINITION = "CHOICE_LIST"

RENDER_TYPE = "WEB"

PARENT_COMPONENT =

"Ash-EATON Timecard Layout - Day Scope Building blocks for worker timecard matrix"

LAST_UPDATE_DATE = "2005/07/19“

BEGIN HXC_LAYOUT_COMP_QUALIFIERS "Ash-EATON Timecard Layout - SDP Rule"

OWNER = "ORACLE12.1.0"

QUALIFIER_ATTRIBUTE_CATEGORY = "CHOICE_LIST"

QUALIFIER_ATTRIBUTE1 = "Custom2VO"

QUALIFIER_ATTRIBUTE4 = "N"

QUALIFIER_ATTRIBUTE8 = "DisplayValue"

QUALIFIER_ATTRIBUTE9 = "Value#STRING"

QUALIFIER_ATTRIBUTE10 =

"oracle.apps.hxc.selfservice.timecard.us.server.Custom2VO"

QUALIFIER_ATTRIBUTE17 = "OraTableCellText"

QUALIFIER_ATTRIBUTE20 = "N"

QUALIFIER_ATTRIBUTE21 = "Y"

QUALIFIER_ATTRIBUTE22 = "L"

QUALIFIER_ATTRIBUTE25 = "FLEX"

QUALIFIER_ATTRIBUTE26 = "OTM"

QUALIFIER_ATTRIBUTE27 = "Attribute2"

LAST_UPDATE_DATE = "2005/07/19"

END HXC_LAYOUT_COMP_QUALIFIERS

END HXC_LAYOUT_COMPONENTS

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After Xfer time from OTL to BEE, verify time

in Entry/Validation/Approval screen

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Points to remember

• Though the facility to key in Shift Premium Rule is provided in various Time entry screens,

any rules entered thus has a value only for time keyed in as Hours and not as Start and Stop

times.

• In other words, the timecards may not error out as such if a premium rule is overridden on a

time entry with start and stop times, however overtime explosion should see no impact.

• As mentioned previously in this document, the added shift premium rule has an impact only if

the employee has a valid Shift Differential Policy attached and the Premium expected to be

awarded is attached to the worked hours thru Premium Eligibility policy.

• The new component available to be added to timecards, SDR_NAME is available to be used

in all timecard configurations (in LOVs, dependent LOVs, Hidden values etc. ) and all

standard OTL configurations like Time Categories.

• Profile option HXT: Display Override Shift Premium Rule decides whether to display the SDP

rule in Entry/Validation/Approval screen. However, turning off this profile option keeps the

data in the backend table intact.

• The Entry/Validation/Approval screen shows overridden SDP Rule in the Summary record.

However, amongst the exploded details, only the premium hours awarded shows SDP Rule.

• A timecard that stores Shift Premium Rule in Self Service/TK stores Shift Premium rule in the

second attribute of HXC_TIME_ATTRIBUTES, in attribute_category OTM.

• In the OTLR schema, the overridden Shift Premium Rule is visible in

HXT_SUM_HOURS_WORKED_F.sdp_rule and HXT_DET_HOURS_WORKED_F.sdp_rule.

• The above data can be verified by running OTL Analyzer programs.

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