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part appraiser process in OSA

in the part appraiser process in OSA,

1. is employee allowed to chose the part appraisers or the part appraisers are selected by the system (using BADI Default Appraiser HRHAP00_DOC_DEF_D1)

2. is it mandatory for the part appraiser to complete the part-appraiser process step before the final appraiser can appraise?

can final appraiser appraise without the part appraiser's input?

3. if multiple part-appraiser exist, will the employee see multiple part-appraiser columns (one for each part appraiser)?

4. can i have a part-appraiser process without the standard part-appraiser column (i.e. the part appraiser uses the final appraiser column)?

thanks.

Tiberiu

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    Posted on Dec 14, 2010 at 07:07 PM

    1. Is employee allowed to chose the part appraisers or the part appraisers are selected by the system (using BADI Default Appraiser HRHAP00_DOC_DEF_D1)?

    A: As Cheta says, the employee can not select or modify the appraisers assigned in the preparation process. The BADI HRHAP00_DOC_DEF_D1 is usefull is you want to implement a customer logic to select part appraisers. The system deliver an implementation assigning by defaul the appraiser and appraisee as part appraisers too, but to select this implementation is optional.

    2. Is it mandatory for the part appraiser to complete the part-appraiser process step before the final appraiser can appraise?

    can final appraiser appraise without the part appraiser's input?

    A: In the standard or proposed process, the part appraiser doesn't need to complete the part appraisal before the final appraisal. And the final appraisal itself can be completed even if the part appraisals has not been completed yet.

    3. If multiple part-appraiser exist, will the employee see multiple part-appraiser columns (one for each part appraiser)?

    A: The employee can or can not see all the part-appraisals columns (PAPP), you can customize this behavior in the "Column Access" tab at template level (VA object). You can make customizations too in the "Element Access" tab at criteria (VC object) or criteria group (VB object) level.

    4. Can I have a part-appraiser process without the standard part-appraiser column (i.e. the part appraiser uses the final appraiser column)?

    A: You can customize the "Multiple appraisers allowed" behavior in the "Processing" tab at template (VA Object) level. All the appraisers you assign using this option, will be allowed to modify the FAPP column. But this is not a "part appraisals" process, because the system can not mantain the information about what person make what value change.

    I hope this can help you.

    Best regards,

    Alejandro.

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    Posted on Nov 17, 2010 at 12:38 PM

    Hi,

    My response:

    Q1. - Employee is not suppose to select who is the appraiser or part appraiser or anyone. It depends on how the appraisal template is attached. Header data should not be changed by employees.

    Q2.- Yes Final Appraiser can bypass part appraiser. This has to be done by the talen administrator wherein he will change the status and substaus for the appraisal template and push it direclty to final appraiser

    Q3:- Not very sure about this. But if you use standrad part appraiser columns then it will be replicated.

    Q4:- As mentioned in point 3 above.

    Thanks!

    Best Regards,

    Chetan Shriraj Wahane

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