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Do you process US Payroll in EnterpriseOne, and want to outsource the specific tax filing submission process?  JD Edwards EnterpriseOne US Payroll product has the ability to perform specific payroll functions through ADP to produce periodic and quarterly tax filing submissions.  The payroll data generated in EnterpriseOne is used to create flat text files for ADP to report tax information on the client’s behalf to federal, state, and local taxing authorities.  To learn more about what is available, please refer to Payroll ADP Interface FAQs (Doc ID 630045.1) and ADP Tax Filing Setup and Processing (Doc ID 1348993.1).  Additionally, the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications US Payroll Implementation Guide , Chapter: Integrating with ADP is a good resource.


Contact ADP directly for information on their outsourcing services.

READY FOR YOUR EXAM? After you've reviewed the content of each of the modules, have leveraged the additional resources recommended and revisited areas that are new to you, please do take the exam. The EnterpriseOne Accreditation path series Doc ID 1625633.1 includes a link to "Take the Exam". This will take you into Oracle University (iLearning) for completing the exam. If you don't pass the first time (by answering correctly 80% or higher on the exam), that's OK - you can retake the exam once per 24 hour period. When you pass, you'll be able to access and print your completion certificate. Doc ID 1585906.1 has FAQs about the Accreditation program and exam.

untitled.bmpDid you know that a formula can be used to calculate the largest (MAX), the smallest (MIN), or the average (AVG) of a range of specified values? Formulas can be used to define complex price structures.

 

  • MIN functionality selects the smallest (MINimum) value from the list the user provides.
  • MAX selects the largest (MAXimum) value from the list the user provides
  • AVG provides the AVeraGe of all the values provided

 

Functionality introduced beginning in release 8.12 of EnterpriseOne provides the ability to look at a simple list of integers, any of the 32 supported fields in a Sales or Procurement formula,  or from a sequence of Variable tables (P4075).

 

Check out the added flexibility in our  versatile Advanced Pricing functionality!  See Formula Functionality in Advanced Pricing - Sales (Doc ID 1357902.1).

untitled.bmpHave you struggled to understand error message  018A - Not  Found in User Defined Code?  If so, you're not alone.   Customers often log service requests and perform searches to understand and troubleshoot this error.

 

The challenge with error 081A - Not Found in User Defined Code is that this is a hard error, an error that stops a program from completing a transaction. Often the field causing the error is not visible in the application grid and cannot be corrected by the user during the entry process.

 

Troubleshooting Error 018A - Not Found in User Defined Code (Doc ID 1982628.1)  includes examples of 018A errors in various applications, how to resolve the errors, and the impact of deleting blank or other valid values from user defined code (UDC) tables.

ADDITIONAL TOOLS and RESOURCES: Module 8 of the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne My Oracle Support Accreditation does not include a video as the other modules do. Instead it links to KM Doc ID 1677965.1 about Additional Tools and Resources for EnterpriseOne, such as: Configuration Assistant, EnterpriseOne Integrations, One View Reporting, In-Memory applications, BI Publisher, JDE Resource Library, among many others. Remember to access the EnterpriseOne Accreditation path from Doc ID 1625633.1. When you've completed the modules, go ahead and take the Accreditation exam and get your accreditation!!  Good luck!

Because software and hardware are constantly evolving, your software lifecycle will include an upgrade phase. You may need to upgrade your software because of necessary hardware upgrades. You may want to reap the rewards of the updated release’s new functional and technical enhancements - to increase efficiency and effectiveness for your business or enhance the user experience and productivity. Or, your decision to upgrade may be to align with support timelines – to assure you are on a Premiere support release (Lifetime Support Policy PDF). Often, the upgrade project is driven by mix of many factors.  Whatever your reasons for upgrading, you will want to reduce the costs and the risks associated with the upgrade. Being proactive can help you be prepared and minimize your business downtime and the risks of upgrading your system.

 

KM document “Moving on UP! Proactive Upgrades for Current ERP Systems: Oracle Applications Unlimited (1983566.1) provides information about the Upgrade and Migration Lifecycle Advisors as well as other product-specific upgrade resources available to assist you in maintaining a current and up-to-date ERP system.

 

Checkout the new document here: http://ora.cl/2V4

 

You can share feedback or find out more by contacting the JD Edwards Proactive Support team at:  JDE-GetProactive_us@Oracle.com.

In the real estate management industry, a process exists of billing tenants a prorata share of operating expenses that are related to a property or building; such as utilities, taxes, insurance, maintenance, cleaning, advertising, and promotions. These expenses are known by many terms (for example common area maintenance, expense pass-through, rebills, escalations, triple net, and building operating costs). In the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Real Estate Management system, we use the term expense participation because the system can generate billings that result in invoices and vouchers for almost any type of expense sharing.

 

When setting up expense participation, you can use caps or limits, to specify the amount that the tenant is monetarily responsible for. In general, caps are assigned to expenses that are considered controllable. For example, cleaning is a controllable expense while snow removal is an uncontrollable expense.

 

We have created an Advisor Webcast to demonstrate the basic set up and processing for many of these situations.  The webcast can be accessed using the Advisor Webcast JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Schedule and Archived Recordings (Doc ID 1450327.1).

 

  Or we also have How to Use Cap Rules within Real Estate Expense Participation (Doc ID 1538045.1) that explains this process in a document.

INVESTIGATING PERFORMANCE ISSUES: Module 7 of the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne My Oracle Support Accreditation covers troubleshooting performance issues. Performance issues can be difficult to identify, quantify and troubleshoot. In this module, "Ed" and "Amy" use the performance tools to troubleshoot slow performance on a financial UBE, R09705. The performance module provides a foundational understanding of: the Performance Information Center, the Performance Library, Performance Workbench, and using Change Assistant to find performance bugs.  Remember to access the EntepriseOne Accreditation path from Doc ID 1625633.1 and use the Study Guide in conjunction with the video (approx. 6 minutes) associated with this module.

NewFeature.pngAre you looking for information pertaining to the Affordable Care Act for JD Edwards World and EnterpriseOne?  Look no further, a new My Oracle Support document for Affordable Care Act information, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and World - Affordable Care Act Central Reference Document (KM Doc ID 1989108.1), is now available.  This document is a central reference document that links together information about Oracle direction and plans for the ACA Employer Shared Responsibility Provisions, including the delivered Hours of Service feature and the planned Health Coverage Information Returns feature.


Stay in the know! Bookmark this document to keep ACA news and progress at your finger tips.

 

ACA Phase 1 ESU is available for download. Please refer to Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Announces ACA Health Coverage Information Returns – Phase 1 Availability (Doc ID 2076180.1) for details.

GLOBALIZATIONS: Module 6 of the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne My Oracle Support Accreditation talks about Globalizations. EnterpriseOne provides localizations for country specific functionality and language translations. In this module, we see how "Sean" uses the Globalization page to find information about features and patches for Italian localization. The globalizations module provides a foundational understanding of the resources available for implementing localization solutions into your system. The toolkit includes: the Globalizations Information Center, the Globalizations page and using Change Assistant for localizations. Remember to access the EntepriseOne Accreditation path from Doc ID 1625633.1 and use the Study Guide in conjunction with the video (approx. 6 minutes) associated with this module.

As the business grows over time, the volume of the transactions also goes up proportionally, leading to depletion of available disk space! This is more prominent for the Account Ledger (F0911) table, as numerous kind of transactions such as Inventory, Sales Order, Purchase Order, Payroll, Accounts Receivable, Contract and Service Billing etc. ultimately flow into the F0911 table. Retaining the historical data is equally important but sooner or later the system performance becomes a matter of concern.

 

EnterpriseOne Financials product provides flexibility to summarize, delete, or purge information from the system in order to increase disk space. Programs that summarize multiple records create a single record. This single unique record summarizes your transactions and replaces numerous detailed transaction records. This is followed by running a program that purges the original detail records being summarized.

 

The Summarize Transactions program (R09811) processes all posted F0911 records for summarization and selects the requisite data as per the processing options setup. The process creates a summarized ‘BF’ Document type record for each accounting period, ledger type, account id, currency code, subledger, or subledger type.

 

Post summarization, you must run the Purge Prior Year JE's program (R09911) in order to purge the summarized transactions and copies them into F0911P Purge table.

 

Please do note that:

  • Summarization process will add records temporarily. You must purge and reorganize simultaneously to make more disk space available.
  • The Purge Prior Year JE's program (R09911) purges only records from the F0911 table. This program does not purge corresponding records in other systems, such as Accounts Payable or Accounts Receivable. To avoid integrity issues between General Accounting and other systems, contact your system administrator to develop a plan to purge corresponding records.

 

Benefits of Reorganizing and Purging Data:

  • Boosts System Performance and User Productivity
  • Reduces Downtime
  • Avoids frequent upgrading of hardware
  • Improves overall efficiency of your business
  • Speed up migrations by reducing the volume of data to convert
  • Ensures agility in your disaster recovery plan

 

For more information on Summarization process for Account Ledger, you may refer to the Overview of Account Ledger Summarization (Doc ID 664797.1).

For more information on Purge process for Account Ledger, you may refer to Overview of Account Ledger Purge (Doc ID 664786.1).

Announcement.pngNow that the W-2 hustle and bustle is over, if you have corrections, now is the time to create W-2Cs. A W-2C replaces or supplements the original W-2.  The process that you use to create a W-2c workfile is similar to the process that you use to create the original W-2 workfile.  To generate W-2c forms, you must first print the W-2 forms with a print date.

 

NOTE:  If you don’t have a print date on your W2 forms, the year-end workfile will be deleted and rebuilt and W-2Cs will not be created.

 

Don’t forget to submit a W3-C to the Social Security Administration (SSA).

 

  Refer to the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications US Payroll Year-End Processing Guide for 2014 for details on how to process W-2Cs and other associated files.

Multiple Wage Attachment Rules provide a means to track amounts withheld across all wage attachments, to ensure that withholding limits are not exceeded.  These rules must define a minimum amount of wages left for the employee or a maximum amount taken, based on a user-defined disposable wage amount.

 

There are 3 types of Multiple Wage Attachment Rules:

  • Employee Wage Attachment
    • Defined for a single wage attachment number.  This rule further defines the Employee Level DBA rules to be only for a given wage attachment rather than across all wage attachments for a DBA number. For example, an employee has two garnishments from different states. One garnishment limits the withholding to 15% and the other to 20%. This employee has no other wage attachments. The user is able to implement this functionality by setting up Employee Level Wage Attachments rules for 15% and 20%.
  • Employee DBA Level
    • This rule will be defined for an employee across all wage attachments for a given DBA number. This rule will be processed following the calculation of all wage attachments for a given DBA. An example of this rule could be that state legislation exists to limit garnishment for one employee to 25% and another state has legislation that limits the amount to $200 total. A user could setup these rules at the employee DBA level to allow for employee specific legislation.
  • Default DBA Level
    • This rule can be defined across all wage attachments for a given DBA number. This rule can be implemented in a case where a DBA must contain a rule that satisfies a federal requirement and is consistent for all employees with this DBA. The rule will be processed for each employee following all wage attachments for a given DBA. An example of this rule is that federal legislation exists to limit the amount of a garnishment to 25% of disposable gross. The user may choose to implement this rule across a DBA for garnishments at the default level.

 

Multiple Wage Attachment rules will be setup at one of these levels using the Multiple Wage Attachment Rule Revisions (P07107) application.

 

NOTE:  Multiple Child Support Rules do not pertain to the above mentioned Multiple Wage Attachment Rules.  When an employee has multiple child supports, the multiple child support override functionality (P07107) comes into play.  The Multiple Wage Attachment Rules specifically pertain to garnishments, child support, levy, etc.  that an employee may have at the same time.

 

For more information on Multiple Wage Attachment rules, please refer to the Advisor Webcast on the topic (access the 2015 Archived Tab and select the recording and/or power point presentation for Multiple Wage Attachment Rules). Additionally, the E1 HCM Community has been updated with Q&A from the advisor webcast. You can continue discussions on the topic here as well.

PATCHING: Module 5 of the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne My Oracle Support Accreditation is about patching - in other words, updating your Tools Release or your application code. This module shows how "Amy", a CNC, uses tools to develop a practical strategy for patching and maintaining her system, and how "Ed" uses Change Assistant to monitor year-end patches. The patching toolkit includes: Patching & Maintenance Advisors, searching for EnterpriseOne bugs (using Change Assistant or the Known Issues Information Center), the Update Center, Change Assistant and finding answers for EnterpriseOne patches. Remember to access the EnterpriseOne Accreditation path from Doc ID 1625633.1 and use the Study Guide in conjunction with the video (approx. 9 minutes) associated with this module.

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