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How to use Termination Groupings (TRMTY) / Variants / Rules?

Hi all,

As per the subject, I have not figured out how to make use of Termination feature for Benefits Administration.

I have tried creating a tree node under TRMTY with Action type (MASSN) and Reason for Action (MASSG), and put an employee under this group. I also set the Termination Rules to terminate the benefit plan Immediately. However, after executing the action, no plans are terminated.

So what changes are expected here? How to make use of the Termination feature?


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    Posted on May 10, 2011 at 12:34 AM

    Hi Tommy,

    I actually made the termination of benefits plans a part of the termination action using Dynamic actions. In the Dynamic actions, I put in the condition for the termination action and subsequently called up the benefits terminations popup.

    Heres the code for the Dynamic action:


    0378 06 1 F CALL_POPUP

    The user will be asked in the popup to enter a specific date on which to end benefits. Once the date is entered all benefits are ended per that date.

    You can always call up HRben0014 in the process but I found this much more efficient.

    Hope this helps,

    Tariq Khan

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      Hi Tariq,

      I also considered using Dynamic Action.. that should be the solution. Thanks!

      Hi Sarah,

      So correct me if i'm wrong but I don't see any purpose of using Termination grouping/rule?


  • Posted on May 09, 2011 at 07:13 PM

    Good afternoon,

    After running your action you will need to terminate the plan using transaction HRBEN0014

    They are not automatically terminated when running the action.

    Hope this help


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