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Written by Anil Passi   
Thursday, 22 November 2007
In previous article we learnt the very basics of creating Dynamic Triggers in Oracle HRMS.
In continuation with the previous article, please find an audio-visual demo that shows the steps involved in writing triggers on Oracle HRMS and Payroll Tables..




Comments (6)add
Implementing Competency model in Oracle HRMS
written by ahanazi , November 24, 2007
Hello their;

thanks a lot for you Anil, it is realy helpful site, i get it by chance.
i would like to ask this question: how can i implement the competency model with multible competenct catalogue ? i mean training department have their own competency which is defer from reqard%performance department.

thanks in advance
Good Show !
written by Wahida Kazi , November 27, 2007
Keep it up !
~ Rgds,
Bank Transfer
written by Nakhla Al-Hawi , December 05, 2007
Dear Sir's
I am trying to develop bank transfer as text file after pre payment process,
when I check pay_assignment_actions table the payroll_action_id is null for that my query return 0 rows.
kindly if there is any help to generate that request.

employee appears twice in self service
written by malati , December 14, 2007
there is an employee ABC who was hired on 21-jan-2001 and was terminated on 1-jun-2007.during this assignment he had assignment number 1001 and supervisor A.he was terminated using the end employment form with final process date left blank.he was rehired on 1-aug-2007 as a contingent worker.this assignment has a number 2001 and supervisor B.now the issue is when the supervisors log intomanagers selfservice responsibility->My employee information :-
the employee is visible under both supervisors A with assignment number 1001 even though he is terminated and under supervisor B with assignment number 2001 whereas the business functionality eants to see him just under supervisor B.Now if I specify the final process date as one day prior to the rehire date will this solve my problem or because he has payroll actions as of today specify the next pay period end date as the final process date and terminate him then will he not be visible under supervisor A after the pay period end date.
Can any one suggest a solution.
Hi Anil
written by Lee , December 28, 2007
Hi Anil,

Thanks a lot for you Anil, it is realy helpful site, I can lean some of oracle technique.

Beast Regard

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