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E-Rec Reference Code in the Publication tab should not appear after enddate

hi,

There is a requirement from the client after the end date of the publication ,the reference code should not be displayed to the candidate in the Candidate page ,presently the same is manually done in the system by changing the status to withdrawn.

Is there any way by which we can automate the process by change in customising by which the reference code does not appear after the end date

Please provide a solution if something can be done in the standard setting or do we require any Zworkflow to be developed for the same.

Regards

RK

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  • Posted on Sep 04, 2009 at 12:03 PM

    Hello RK,

    What UI technology your using ? BSP or WD ?

    Thanks,

    Ram

    E-Recruiting

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  • Posted on Sep 04, 2009 at 12:08 PM

    Hello RK,

    In BSP the publication will be displayed to the candidate.In Webdynpro the reference code will not be displayed after enddate.

    Thanks,

    Ram

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  • Posted on Sep 04, 2009 at 08:14 PM

    Hi RK,

    this is nothing the standard supports.

    But I would not use a workflow here. As this is a mass handling workflow is no good idea. This is a task for a customer periodical service. Just build a class implementing the periodical service interface which gets all released publications which have a publication end in the past and status released and change their status using the cl_hrrcf_posting_inst_bl. This should be done in a couple of hours. Add the customizing and the issue is solved.

    A requirement in this context where a customer workflow is quite handy in my opinion is a customer workflow which closes all postings and withdraws released publications when you close the requisition. This reduces the steps a recruiter has to do and ensures that no candidate applies although you are already done with the requisition.

    Kind Regards

    Roman

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