How many key flex fields in HRMS?

There are 6 Key Fields, Namely1. Job KeyFlexFields.2. Position KeyFlexFields.3. Grade KeyFlexFields.4. Cost Allocation FlexFields.5 . Competence FlexFields.6. People Group FlexField

How do you define B.G.?

Business Group navigation: HR: Work Structures>Organisation>Description

here you will attach the structure of all the Key Flexfields which you define . Also the default Payroll currency gets attached to the Business group

What are the key tables used in HRMS ?


What is date tracking, how it is used in HRMS ?

date track allows you to maintain a continuous history of the record or information over a period of can use date track history to view a report of every update ever made to a record..whenever you update a record a new record gets created with the updated information and the previous record gets end dated a day before your updation….presence of effective dates in the windows tells that the window is date tracked….in oracle hrms it is used for assignments and information on workers.

Following are the tasks for system administrator

— Set Profile Options
— Create Menu and Request Group for Custom Responsibilities
— Create Responsibilities
— Create Users
— Attach Responsibilities with User

What are the reporting tools available with Oracle HRMS?

1.Oracle Reports
2. XML Report
3. Discoverer Reports

How is gross pay elements defined in Oracle HRMS?

Gross pay element is nothing but salary paid to the employee before deductions. so in this secanrio we can assusem that the total amount divide by 12 months right.
Firstly we need to create an element follow the below navigation
Total Compensation -> Basics -> Element Description
After the creation of the element we need to create a fast formula that will be calculating the gross amount.
Total Compensation -> Basics -> Formula Results.
Than assign it to the earning element and link the element. So i believe this is how we need to create a gross element

What are the tools used with Oracle HRMS?

The tools used in HRMS are:
Discoverer — To develop reports
Web ADI — Either to upload or down load the data from Oracle to legacy system or viceversa
RDF Reports — Standard reports developed by Report Builder
TOAD — Testing Tool
Data Loader — To upload different data into oracle data base
XML Publisher — Integrated Oracle Reports with the help of Microsoft Template Builder

What is the significance of cross validate segments in the Key flexfield structure screen

Cross validation (also known as cross segment validation) controls the combinations of values you can create when you enter values for key flexfields. A cross validation rule defines whether a value of a particular segment can be combined with specific values of other segments.

Cross validation is different from segment validation, which controls the values you can enter for a particular segment.

When a user finishes entering segment values in a flexfield popup window, the flexfield checks whether the values make up a valid combination before updating the database. If the user entered an invalid combination, a diagnostic error message appears, and the cursor returns to the first segment assumed to contain an invalid value.

What is the significance of reference field in a DFF?

Based on the value selected in a particular field,if you want to pop-up DFF segments, then reference field will be used.
eg:you have a field called Item. if you choose Computer as an Item, then in DFF segments you want to show Computer Brand name, Size.
If you choose TV as an item , then in DFF you may want to show TV name,TV Color,TV Inches etc
in reference field, we enter :Item as Reference, then in context values,we enter the Item Values and then respective Segment names

How do I enter the default value of Key flexfield or DFF segment?

while defining segments or attribute of KFF or DFF in segement(accounting flexfield) window in validation box select constant in default type and enter default value.


Other interview questions will follow in next article ..    thanks..

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