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BIP – Query to get Benefits Relationship details

Use below SQL to get benefits relationship name and status for a worker:

SELECT papf.person_number
      ,paam.assignment_number
      ,houft.name legal_entity_name
      ,bbrf.benefit_relation_name
      ,bbrf.status
      ,TO_CHAR(bbrf.effective_start_date,'YYYY/MM/DD') effective_start_date
      ,TO_CHAR(bbrf.effective_end_date,'YYYY/MM/DD') effective_end_date 
  FROM per_all_people_f papf 
      ,per_all_assignments_m paam  
      ,ben_benefit_relations_f bbrf
      ,hr_organization_units_f_tl houft
 WHERE 1 =1 
   AND bbrf.person_id = papf.person_id 
   AND paam.person_id = papf.person_id 
   AND bbrf.rel_prmry_asg_id = paam.assignment_id   
   AND bbrf.legal_entity_id = houft.organization_id 
   AND houft.LANGUAGE = 'US'
   AND paam.assignment_type NOT LIKE '%T'
   AND paam.effective_latest_change = 'Y'
   AND TRUNC(SYSDATE) BETWEEN papf.effective_start_date AND papf.effective_end_date
   AND TRUNC(SYSDATE) BETWEEN paam.effective_start_date AND paam.effective_end_date
 ORDER BY papf.person_number,paam.assignment_number,bbrf.effective_start_date
BIP – Error Exception happened when delivery document to wcc

Many a times when the reports are delivering the content to UCM server, we get below error:

Document delivery failed
[INSTANCE_ID=bip.bi_server1] [DELIVERY_ID=-1]Exception happened when delivery document to wcc
deliver API call throw ProcessingException

WCC delivery failed with Exception
WCC delivery failed with DeliveryException
oracle.xdo.service.delivery.DeliveryException: oracle.j2ee.ws.client.jaxws.JRFSOAPFaultException: Client received SOAP Fault from server : InvalidSecurity : error in processing the WS-Security security header
oracle.xdo.service.delivery.DeliveryException: oracle.xdo.service.delivery.DeliveryException: oracle.j2ee.ws.client.jaxws.JRFSOAPFaultException: Client received SOAP Fault from server : InvalidSecurity : error in processing the WS-Security security header
at oracle.xdo.service.delivery.impl.DeliveryServiceImpl.deliverToWCC(DeliveryServic

In this case look at the password for account used to connect to UCM server. If the password is reset make sure it is updated at the UCM connection as well.

BIP – Extract Address Style Format Information

You use “Manage Address Formats” task from Setup and Maintenance to define the address style for a particular country. Oracle provides a lot of address format for various countries out of the box. You have the capaibility to customize the address formats as per customer requirement.

For example, you can search for all available address style for United Kingdom using country filter:

You can see below details:

You can edit the address format to customize the address style. You can make a seeded attribute mandatory/ non-mandatory or can add a new address element and many more properties can be set:

You can save the changes. And the address format become active.

One of the main challenges, the data migration team and the integration teams face is the mapping of layout fields to actual backend table attribute in per_addresses_f table.

There is no direct way to find the UI attribute name and its corresponding attribute name in backend table. Below query has been developed to find the UI prompt with actual table attribute name:

SELECT ftt.TERRITORY_SHORT_NAME
      ,hsfl.TERRITORY_CODE
      ,hsflb.STYLE_FORMAT_CODE
      ,hsflb.VARIATION_NUMBER
      ,hsflt.PROMPT	  
      ,hsflb.ATTRIBUTE_CODE
      ,hsflb.LINE_NUMBER
      ,hsflb.MANDATORY_FLAG
      ,hsflb.USE_INITIAL_FLAG
      ,hsflb.UPPERCASE_FLAG
      ,hsflb.STATUS_FLAG
      ,hsflb.TRANSFORM_FUNCTION
      ,hsflb.DELIMITER_BEFORE
      ,hsflb.DELIMITER_AFTER
      ,hsflb.BLANK_LINES_BEFORE
      ,hsflb.BLANK_LINES_AFTER
      ,hsflb.START_DATE_ACTIVE
      ,hsflb.END_DATE_ACTIVE
      ,hsflb.DISPLAY_SIZE
  FROM HZ_STYLE_FMT_LAYOUTS_B hsflb 
      ,HZ_STYLE_FMT_LAYOUTS_TL hsflt
      ,HZ_STYLE_FMT_LOCALES hsfl
      ,FND_TERRITORIES_TL ftt
 WHERE hsflb.STYLE_FORMAT_CODE = hsfl.STYLE_FORMAT_CODE
   AND hsflb.STYLE_FMT_LAYOUT_ID = hsflt.STYLE_FMT_LAYOUT_ID
   AND ftt.TERRITORY_CODE = hsfl.TERRITORY_CODE 
   AND ftt.LANGUAGE = 'US'
   AND ftt.LANGUAGE = hsflt.LANGUAGE
   AND ftt.TERRITORY_CODE = 'MX'
ORDER BY hsflb.STYLE_FORMAT_CODE, hsflb.LINE_NUMBER

Output after running above SQL:

Please note:

COUNTY – REGION_1

STATE – REGION_2

PROVINCE – REGION_3

HDL – Sample HDL file to End Date Position Valid Grades

There can multiple grades assigned as Valid grade at Position level or Job level. However, there is no direct way to end date the valid grades in bulk.

You can end date a valid grade from responsive UI. But it will be a lot of manual effort. You can search for Position and then navigate to Grades section. Then update the position and click on small delete icon next to Grade name (which you want to end date). This will end date the valid grade with an effective end date = date of position update – 1.

To do this in bulk using HDL, you can’t use DELETE command. If you use DELETE command, it will completely Purge the valid grade record from Position. To end date the valid grade, use “ReplaceLastEffectiveEndDate” attribute in the file.

Below is the sample file:

METADATA|PositionGrade|BusinessUnitName|PositionCode|EffectiveStartDate|EffectiveEndDate|GradeCode|GradeSetCode|ReplaceLastEffectiveEndDate
MERGE|PositionGrade|Progress US Business Unit|PRGUSPOS032|2018/12/31|2023/12/31|Hourly01|PRGUSGRADESET|Y

EffectiveStartDate – Earliest Grade Start Date

EffectiveEndDate – Date on which you want to end date the grade.

Once the file is loaded successfully, below is how the data will look in the backend:

Below SQL query can be used to extract valid grades data:

SELECT DISTINCT 
	   TO_CHAR (pvgf.effective_start_date, 'DD/MON/YYYY') effective_start_date,
	   TO_CHAR (pvgf.effective_end_date, 'DD/MON/YYYY') effective_end_date,
	   pjfv.POSITION_CODE,
	   pjfv.name job_name,
	   pgfv.grade_code,
	   pgfv.name grade_name,
	   pvgf.valid_grade_id,
	   pgfv.grade_id,
	   pjfv.job_id
  FROM per_valid_grades_f pvgf,
       HR_ALL_POSITIONS_F_VL pjfv,
       per_grades_f_vl pgfv 
 WHERE 1=1
   AND pvgf.position_id = pjfv.position_id
   AND pvgf.grade_id = pgfv.grade_id
   AND pjfv.POSITION_CODE = 'PRGUSPOS032'
   AND pvgf.effective_start_date BETWEEN pjfv.effective_start_date AND pjfv.effective_end_date
   AND pvgf.effective_start_date BETWEEN pgfv.effective_start_date AND pgfv.effective_end_date
ORDER BY POSITION_CODE,grade_code
BIP – Query to extract adjustment reasons attached on accrual Plan level

You can attach multiple adjustment reasons on accrual plan level. You can create any new custom adjustment reasons and add them in a lookup – ANC_ABS_PLAN_OTHER_REASONS.

Once the reason is added in the lookup, you can navigate to Absence Plans.

You can choose the newly added lookup code under “Enteries and Balances” tab.

Once the reasons are added, you can run below SQL query to extract the reasons added to the plan:

SELECT aapft.name
      ,aapf.legislation_code
      ,aapf.other_reasons
  FROM ANC_ABSENCE_PLANS_F aapf
      ,ANC_ABSENCE_PLANS_F_TL aapft
 WHERE aapf.absence_plan_id = aapft.absence_plan_id
   AND aapft.language = 'US'
   AND TRUNC(SYSDATE) BETWEEN aapf.effective_start_date AND aapf.effective_end_date
   AND TRUNC(SYSDATE) BETWEEN aapft.effective_start_date AND aapft.effective_end_date
   AND aapf.other_reasons IS NOT NULL
   AND aapf.other_reasons LIKE '%XX_MLA%'
ORDER BY 2,1  
BIP – Extract action type and action information from Work relationship
SELECT papf.person_number
      ,ppnf.full_name
      ,pao.action_type_code
      ,pav.action_name
      ,part.action_reason termination_reason 
  FROM per_all_people_f papf
      ,per_person_names_f ppnf
      ,per_periods_of_service ppos
      ,per_actions_vl pav
      ,per_action_reasons_tl part
      ,per_action_occurrences pao
 WHERE papf.person_id =ppnf.person_id 
   AND papf.person_id =ppos.person_id  
   AND UPPER(ppnf.name_type)='GLOBAL' 
  --AND TO_CHAR(ppos.actual_termination_date,'dd-mm-yyyy')<TO_CHAR(SYSDATE,'dd-mm-yyyy') 
   AND ppos.action_occurrence_id = pao.action_occurrence_id 
   AND pao.action_reason_id = part.action_reason_id (+)
   AND part.language (+) = USERENV('LANG')
   AND TRUNC(SYSDATE) BETWEEN TRUNC(papf.effective_start_date) AND TRUNC(papf.effective_end_date)
   AND TRUNC(SYSDATE) BETWEEN TRUNC(ppnf.effective_start_date) AND TRUNC(ppnf.effective_end_date)
   AND papf.person_number = '123351'
   AND pao.action_id = pav.action_id
order by papf.person_number
BIP – Query to find attachment details for related materials

Learning admin can attachments on offering level for different roles – Admin/ Employee etc.

In case, you need to extract the attachment details for an offering, below BIP can be used:

SELECT wlf_learning_items_f.learning_item_id
      ,wlf_learning_items_f.learning_item_number    
	  ,wlf_li_relations_f.relation_id
	  ,fad.pk1_value 
	  ,fad.attached_document_id
	  ,fdt.document_id 
	  ,fdt.title 
	  ,fdt.file_name 
	  ,fad.creation_date
  FROM fnd_attached_documents fad 
      ,fnd_documents_tl fdt 
	  ,wlf_learning_items_f wlf_learning_items_f
	  ,wlf_li_relations_f wlf_li_relations_f
 WHERE fad.document_id = fdt.document_id 
   AND fdt.language = 'US'
   AND fad.entity_name = 'WLF_LI_RELATIONS_F'
   AND fad.pk1_value = wlf_li_relations_f.relation_id
   AND wlf_learning_items_f.learning_item_id = wlf_li_relations_f.source_id
   AND TRUNC(SYSDATE) BETWEEN wlf_learning_items_f.effective_start_date AND wlf_learning_items_f.effective_end_date 
   AND TRUNC(SYSDATE) BETWEEN wlf_li_relations_f.effective_start_date AND wlf_li_relations_f.effective_end_date 
 ORDER BY fad.creation_date DESC

Output:

BIP – Approval Task Name in Transaction Console vs Task name in BPM

In HCM, you can define approval rules for different HCM tasks from Tools -> Transaction Console -> Approval Rules

For example, you want to define an approval rule for Promote action. You can search Promo% in Find box and it will give you all matching approval rules:

You can then click on ‘Configure Rules’ to define the rules.

However, Transaction console has many limitations. You can’t define complex approval rules. You can’t make use of functions etc (Day between) in transaction console. In order to define more complex rules, you need to do it from BPM.

First step is that you need to search for a task from “Task Configuration”:

The issue here is sometimes the Approval Rule names in Transaction Console doesn’t match with Task names in BPM.

In such case, you can make sure of below Query:

SELECT HAPT.NAME "Approval Rule Name"
      ,HAPT.DESCRIPTION
      ,HRPB.TASK_FILE_NAME TaskName
      ,HRPB.TXN_MODULE_IDENTIFIER
      ,HAPT.CATEGORY_NAME
      ,HRPB.CATEGORY_CODE
      ,HAPT.SUBCATEGORY_NAME
      ,HRPB.SUBCATEGORY_CODE
      ,HRPB.FAMILY
      ,DECODE(HAAO.APPROVAL_DISABLED,'true','Bypassed','false','Enabled') "Enabled Status"
 FROM FUSION.HRC_ARM_PROCESS_B HRPB
     ,FUSION.HRC_ARM_PROCESS_TL HAPT
     ,FUSION.HRC_ARM_APPROVAL_OPTIONS HAAO
WHERE HRPB.PROCESS_ID=HAAO.PROCESS_ID
  AND HRPB.PROCESS_ID=HAPT.PROCESS_ID
  AND HAPT.LANGUAGE = 'US'
  AND HRPB.FAMILY = 'HCM'
 ORDER BY 1  

Result:

BIP – Query to find size of documents attached in DOR

Oracle HCM provides a functionality to store different kinds of worker documents in Document Records. Over a period of time, a large number of documents get accumulated for different workers. In such cases, there are requirements to know size of attachments in DORs. For, this I have developed a simple query which can be modified as needed:

select fdv.file_name
      ,fdv.title
      ,dm_document_id
      ,TRUNC(SUM(wcc_documents.dFileSize)/1024,2) 			as "Size in KB"
      ,TRUNC(SUM(wcc_documents.dFileSize)/1024/1024,2) 		as "Size in MB"
      ,TRUNC(SUM(wcc_documents.dFileSize)/1024/1024/1024,2) as "Size in GB"
 from hr_documents_of_record hdr, 
      fnd_attached_documents fad, 
      fnd_documents_vl fdv,
      fusion_ocserver11g.revisions wcc_revisions,  
      fusion_ocserver11g.documents wcc_documents
where to_char(hdr.documents_of_record_id) = fad.pk1_value(+)
  and fad.entity_name(+) = 'HR_DOCUMENTS_OF_RECORD'
  and fad.document_id = fdv.document_id(+)
  and fdv.dm_version_number = wcc_revisions.did
  and wcc_revisions.did = wcc_documents.did
  and wcc_documents.disprimary = 1
group by fdv.file_name
        ,fdv.title
	,dm_document_id	
order by 1 
BIP – Query to find workers with FTE < 1

Below SQL query can be used to find part-timers in HCM. Any worker where FTE is less than 1 is normally considered as part-timer:

select paam.assignment_number, pawmf.value
  from per_legal_employers ple
      ,per_periods_of_service ppos
      ,per_all_assignments_m paam
      ,PER_ASSIGN_WORK_MEASURES_F pawmf
 where ppos.legal_entity_id = ple.organization_id
   and paam.period_of_Service_id = ppos.period_of_Service_id
   and TRUNC(SYSDATE) between paam.effective_start_date AND paam.effective_end_date
   and TRUNC(SYSDATE) between pawmf.effective_start_date AND pawmf.effective_end_date
   and paam.assignment_status_type like 'ACTIVE%'
   and ple.name like 'XX%United%Stat%'
   and paam.assignment_id = pawmf.assignment_id
   and pawmf.unit = 'FTE'
   and  pawmf.value <1
   and paam.assignment_type ='E'
   and ppos.actual_termination_date is null
 order by 1  
BIP – Extract Absence Entries in HDL Format

Recently, I faced a scenario for a customer where after go-live, where there was an issue found with absence plan configuration. The absence plan was incorrectly set up. The Balance Frequency Source wasn’t setup to “Repeating Period”, so the accrual was calculated incorrectly. In order to fix this, a new absence plan was created and the absence entries were made against the new plan.

So, the approach taken was to take a backup of all absence entries from PROD, enroll the employees into new plan and reupload the absence entries.

A BIP report was developed to take a backup of existing absence entries in HDL format. Below is the query for same:

SELECT DATA_ROW
FROM (
SELECT 'METADATA'
|| CHR (124) || 'PersonAbsenceEntry'
|| CHR (124) || 'PerAbsenceEntryId'
|| CHR (124) || 'AbsenceType'
|| CHR (124) || 'AbsenceTypeId'
|| CHR (124) || 'AbsenceStatus'
|| CHR (124) || 'ApprovalStatus'
|| CHR (124) || 'AssignmentNumber'
|| CHR (124) || 'AssignmentId'
|| CHR (124) || 'EmployerId'
|| CHR (124) || 'PersonNumber'
|| CHR (124) || 'PersonId'
|| CHR (124) || 'StartDate'
|| CHR (124) || 'StartTime'
|| CHR (124) || 'StartDateDuration'
|| CHR (124) || 'EndDate'
|| CHR (124) || 'EndTime'
|| CHR (124) || 'EndDateDuration'
|| CHR (124) || 'AbsenceReasonId'
|| CHR (124) || 'SubmittedDate'
|| CHR (124) || 'PlannedEndDate'
|| CHR (124) || 'NotificationDate'
|| CHR (124) || 'ConfirmedDate'
|| CHR (124) || 'SourceSystemId' 
|| CHR (124) || 'SourceSystemOwner'  AS DATA_ROW
FROM DUAL
UNION all
select  'MERGE'
|| CHR (124) || 'PersonAbsenceEntry'
|| CHR (124) || apae.per_absence_entry_id
|| CHR (124) || aatft.name
|| CHR (124) || apae.absence_type_id
|| CHR (124) || apae.absence_status_cd
|| CHR (124) || apae.approval_status_cd
|| CHR (124) || paam.assignment_number
|| CHR (124) || paam.assignment_id
|| CHR (124) || apae.legal_entity_id
|| CHR (124) || papf.person_number
|| CHR (124) || apae.person_id
|| CHR (124) || to_char(apae.start_date,'RRRR/MM/DD')
|| CHR (124) || apae.start_time
|| CHR (124) || apae.start_date_duration
|| CHR (124) || to_char(apae.end_date,'RRRR/MM/DD')
|| CHR (124) || apae.end_time
|| CHR (124) || apae.end_date_duration
|| CHR (124) || apae.absence_type_reason_id
|| CHR (124) || to_char(apae.submitted_date,'RRRR/MM/DD')
|| CHR (124) || to_char(apae.planned_end_date,'RRRR/MM/DD')
|| CHR (124) || to_char(apae.notification_date,'RRRR/MM/DD')
|| CHR (124) || to_char(apae.confirmed_date,'RRRR/MM/DD')
|| CHR (124) || hikm.source_system_id
|| CHR (124) || hikm.source_system_owner
FROM ANC_PER_ABS_ENTRIES apae,
     ANC_ABSENCE_TYPES_F_TL aatft,
     PER_ALL_ASSIGNMENTS_M paam,
     PER_ALL_PEOPLE_F papf,
     HRC_INTEGRATION_KEY_MAP hikm
WHERE hikm.surrogate_id = apae.per_absence_entry_id
  AND apae.absence_type_id = aatft.absence_type_id
  AND apae.assignment_id = paam.assignment_id
  AND apae.person_id = papf.person_id
  AND paam.person_id = papf.person_id
  AND aatft.language = 'US'
  AND aatft.name LIKE 'Annual%'
  AND TRUNC(SYSDATE) BETWEEN aatft.effective_start_date AND aatft.effective_end_date
  AND TRUNC(SYSDATE) BETWEEN papf.effective_start_date AND papf.effective_end_date
  AND apae.start_date BETWEEN paam.effective_start_date AND paam.effective_end_date
 )

Once the data is extracted, you need to make sure that Source System Owner is updated from FUSION to HRC_SQLLOADER. Source System Owner is set to FUSION when an entry is created from UI.

Once the output of the BIP is ready, Change “MERGE” to “DELETE” to delete all the absence entries. Then enroll the workers in new plan, do the required changes in BIP extract and upload the data back in Fusion HCM.

BIP – Queries to find count of workers in HCM

Below sample queries can be used to extract count of workers (Active/ Inactive) in HCM:

Query 1:

select count(distinct person_number) 
  from per_all_people_f papf
  where 1=1
    and exists (select 1 from per_periods_of_service ppos where ppos.person_id = papf.person_id)

Query 2: Find count workers not having basic assignment details:

select (distinct person_number) 
  from per_all_people_f papf
  where 1=1
    and exists (select 1 from per_periods_of_service ppos where ppos.person_id = papf.person_id)
    and person_number not in (SELECT papf.person_number 
                                FROM per_all_people_f papf,
                                     per_person_names_f ppnf,
                                     per_all_assignments_m paam,
                                     per_jobs_f_tl pjft,
                                     hr_organization_units_f_tl hauft,
  	                                 per_periods_of_service ppos
                               WHERE paam.person_id = ppnf.person_id
                                 AND papf.person_id = ppnf.person_id
                                 AND papf.person_id = paam.person_id
                                 AND paam.job_id = pjft.job_id (+)
                                AND pjft.language(+) = 'US'
                                 AND hauft.language (+) = 'US'
-                              -and papf.person_number = '414'
                                 AND hauft.organization_id (+) = paam.organization_id
                                 AND trunc(sysdate) BETWEEN papf.effective_start_date AND papf.effective_end_date
                                 AND trunc(sysdate) BETWEEN paam.effective_start_date AND paam.effective_end_date
                                 AND trunc(sysdate) BETWEEN ppnf.effective_start_date AND ppnf.effective_end_date
                                 AND trunc(sysdate) BETWEEN hauft.effective_start_date(+) AND hauft.effective_end_date(+)
                                 AND trunc(sysdate) BETWEEN pjft.effective_start_date(+) AND pjft.effective_end_date(+)
                                 AND paam.effective_latest_change = 'Y'
                                 AND paam.primary_flag = 'Y'
                                 AND ppnf.name_type = 'GLOBAL'
                                 AND paam.period_of_service_id = ppos.period_of_service_id
                                 AND ppos.date_start = (select max(ppos2.date_start) from per_periods_of_service ppos2
                                                         where ppos2.person_id = ppos.person_id
                                                             and ppos2.primary_flag = 'Y')
                             )
BIP – Query to find list of same person having same position multiple times

On the responsive Position UI, the position screens shows the Pending Worker and Worker record as an incumbent and the FTE goes in negative.

Below SQL can be used to identify such persons:

SELECT paam.person_id, hapfv.name
  FROM per_all_assignments_m paam
      ,hr_all_positions_f_vl hapfv
 WHERE paam.position_id = hapfv.position_id
   AND paam.assignment_type NOT LIKE '%T'
   AND paam.assignment_status_type NOT LIKE 'INACTIVE'
   AND TRUNC(SYSDATE) BETWEEN hapfv.effective_start_date AND hapfv.effective_end_date
   AND TRUNC(SYSDATE) BETWEEN paam.effective_start_date AND paam.effective_end_date
  GROUP BY paam.person_id, hapfv.name
 HAVING COUNT(*) > 1
BIP – Extract Document Record File Link from Content Server

Below query can be used to extract the document record from content server.

SELECT papf.person_number		"Person Number",
       ppnf.first_name			"First Name",
       ppnf.last_name			"Last Name",
       fdt.file_name 			"Attached File Name",
       fdt.dm_version_number 	"Document Id",
       fdt.dm_document_id 		"UCM Content Id",
       (SELECT 'https://'||external_virtual_host
          FROM fusion.ask_deployed_domains
         WHERE deployed_domain_name = 'FADomain')
	   ||'/cs/idcplg?IdcService=GET_FILE' 
	   || chr(38) 
	   || 'dID='
       || fdt.dm_version_number
       || '&dDocName='
       || fdt.dm_document_id
       || '&allowInterrupt=1' 	"UCM File Link"  
  FROM per_all_people_f papf,
       per_person_names_f ppnf,
       hr_documents_of_record hdor,
       fnd_attached_documents fad,
       fnd_documents_tl fdt
 WHERE 1=1
   AND hdor.person_id = papf.person_id
   AND papf.person_id = ppnf.person_id
   AND hdor.documents_of_record_id = fad.pk1_value
   AND fad.document_id = fdt.document_id
   AND fdt.language = 'US'
   AND fad.entity_name = 'HR_DOCUMENTS_OF_RECORD'
   AND ppnf.name_type = 'GLOBAL'
   AND trunc(sysdate) between papf.effective_start_date and papf.effective_end_date
   AND trunc(sysdate) between ppnf.effective_start_date and ppnf.effective_end_date
 ORDER BY 1
BIP – Suppress special characters

Oracle HCM allows special characters to be used in fields like Person Names/ Department Names/ Jobs etc. But in reporting, there may be a requirement to change the special characters (like ý, ě, ž, ů etc) to normal English characters.

CONVERT function can be used for such requirements.

select CONVERT('Politických vězňů ižní Předměstí Plzeň', 'US7ASCII') normal_english from dual

Output: