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ESS Benefits open enrollment - Issue

Hi,

When we click on the benefits open enrollment link, we do not want some of the plans to be displayed to the ess user. Is there any way to control it ( SPRO or BAdI ).

Env - EP 7.0, ECC6.0

Thanks,

Ravi

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    Posted on Jul 19, 2007 at 06:45 PM

    I posed the same question to an ESS consultant who responded with the following:

    "The plans presented in benefits enrollment (PZ14) and Participation Overview (PZ07) are list output from ABAP. You can go into the program and select or exclude some of them based on certain criteria. I've seen customers extend the Plan infotype to add a flag field to make it configurable to show, not show a given plan."

    Since specific instructions weren't given, I wouldn't consider the issue answered.

    However, I can provide the following work around:

    Due to the fact that different populations have different open enrollment period timeframes, and all populations have been configured under one benefit area...we decided to create an "Open Enrollment Adjustment Reason" for each group instead. Thus, the Adjustment Reason permissions will only display the plans we want the employee to see via ESS. Prior to the open enrollment period for the population, we will run the Mass Adjustment Reason report to create IT378 for all relevant employees. The OE offer will appear as another Adjustment Reason under the Enrollment service in ESS.

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    Posted on Jul 19, 2007 at 04:58 PM

    did you solve this problem

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