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I am facing an issue in the benefits anytime enrollment but the oprn enrollment is working fine.

The problem is when trying to click the anytime adjustment, the error "com.sap.pcuigp.xssfpm.java.FPMRuntimeException: No correct adjustment reason specified" is coming.

But I have an entry in the IT 0387 ( Adjustment reasons ) infotype as follows

Startdate - 05/01/2008

End Date - 06/30/2008

BenArea - US

Adj. Reason - HIRE

Am I missing anything ? Or I need do any other configurations ?

John

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    Posted on Aug 24, 2011 at 03:42 PM

    Not sure if this will help, as I am a novice. Nevertheless, I encountered the same error and had tried the same things you had. Finally, I went back to the adjustment reason codes in SAP

    Benefits --> Flexible Administration --> Benefits Adjustment Reasons --> Define Benefit Adjustment Reasons

    and noticed that Maint. reason codes (ie: 22 Plan change) were not assigned Once I assigned them...it worked.

    Good luck!

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  • Posted on Jul 30, 2008 at 01:09 AM

    Did you happen to try searching this forum? And not just the 90 day default search but for all posts? You would be AMAZED how many OTHER POSTS are out there for this very thing.....and solutions too! Try it out..."Search"....it's not that scary.....really.....try it....you might like it. I know others would like it if you learned to use it. =)

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  • Posted on Oct 20, 2008 at 01:31 AM

    John-

    First, the anytime enrollment does not map to an adjustment reason that is stored on IT378, so the creation of this record will not help you.

    In Benefits configuration, you create an Adjustment reason called (Anytime), selecting the "Anytime changes" checkbox. This is what tells the service in ESS that you are utilizing the Anytime Changes offer that comes as standard, although I don't know where this link is technically stored.

    Further, you specify what adjustment permissions the Anytime change offer should include for plan types under each plan category (i.e. Health, Insurance, Savings, etc.). The anytime change offer is used to allow the employee to enroll in certain plans anytime during the year without a qualifying event

    It seems, however, that you are not trying to utilize the Anytime Changes offer, but instead wanting the employee to be able to enroll themselves into their plans based on the fact that they are a new hire. And you are wanting to use the HIRE adjustment permissions that you have configured for this purpose.

    I would like to enable this myself. I have found that the Anytime Changes offer is associated with the Generic Enrollment service in ESS.

    Perhaps Chris, or any other guru out there, can help us understand where the link is stored between the Generic Enrollment service and a specific adjustment reason (like Hire). I copied the Anytime change service, creating a new service name, assigning it to the SubArea and designating the Service Group for Adjustment Reasons, but it did not work.

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    • All adjustment reasons on IT378 attach itself to the GENERIC ENROLLMENT SERVICE, you just have to make sure that your test PERNR (attached to your ESS user) has IT378 created for the reasons that you want to see.

      Now, my issue would be how to prohibit some IT378 Adjustment reasons from being shown in ESS through this service, as not all reasons will be available for the employee to utilize.

  • Posted on Feb 17, 2009 at 01:45 PM

    Hello,

    i have found a solution.

    Please see note 968360 Part 2.

    Regards

    Andrea Müller

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