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Action Report

Action Report

Action Report

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I'm pulling a rpt together of all employee(s) who have an indicator in HR_User_Data 1 and 2.  Of those people, I need to list all New Hires, Rehires, Terms Action=PAY, Action Reason=PRO.  I only need to see 'Action_Reason' = 'PRO' under the 'Action'= 'Pay'.  Seems confusing...I'm going cross eyed.  If I pull the New Hire and Terms portion, any terms who were also hired in the same 'Action Date' range, I only get one row for the most current 'Action'.

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RE: Action Report


"I only get one row for the most current 'Action'"

This is because you are using Effective Dating on the JOB table.  Go to Selections and delete the line that says:

"effective date of table PS_JOB is report's effective date"

You will now get ALL JOB records.  So you will want a selection critera of some kind to limit the number of JOB records.

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RE: Action Report

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It worked, I also added the selection of Any for my action, and action reason.  Good to go...Thank you!

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