When you add or change funding for an employee's salary expense on the Funding Data Entry page in HRS, you may encounter one or more errors when you try and save the page. When you click the Save button, the HRS funding information is being validated against edit rules in place in the Shared Financial System (SFS). You will be unable to save the Funding Data Entry page until the error message is corrected.
The first Funding Effective Date on the Funding Data Entry page cannot be prior to the employee's Job Effective Date of when they first began work in the appointing department. The employee's Job Effective Date on their current or future HR Job Data record may be due to a personnel action of: Hire, Transfer, Change Department, Return from Leave (different dept or fiscal year), Rehire (different dept or fiscal year). To view the employee's Future or Current job effective date on their HR Job Data record, refer to KB HR - View Job Inquiry/Employee Job Data Record in HRS . This error is often encountered when funding was not entered for a previous hire, rehire, transfer or department change.Resolution: In the error message window, click OK.
a. If you are adding funding, enter a funding Effective Date that is equal to the employee's Hire/Transfer/ Change Department/Return from Leave/Rehire date -- OR -- the Pay Period Begin Date of the employee's current payroll calendar; whichever date is LATER. Click Save.
b. If you are changing existing funding, the funding Effective Date should be the Pay Period Begin Date of the employee's current or future payroll calendar. Click Save.
The Funding effective date for the Fiscal Year must fall within the date range of the Budget Begin Date (07/01/20XX) and Budget End Date (06/30/20XX) which are listed at the top of the Funding Data Entry page.Resolution: In the error message window, click OK, and enter a valid funding effective date. Click Save.
For each unique sequence number, the sum of all percentages under the Distrib % column must total 100%.Resolution: In the error message window, click OK, and update distribution percentages to equal 100.000%. Click Save.
You entered funding for a payroll earnings code in the ERNCD column, but did not enter a funding row for the employee's regular earnings, deductions, and taxes. The ERNCD (earnings code) column in the Funding Distribution section is only used to designate funding for a payroll earnings code when it differs from the funding for their regular earnings. Refer to KB FN - Designate Funding for Payroll Earnings Code Differently Than Regular Pay .
Resolution: Within the Funding Distribution grid section, click the icon to add another funding distribution row. In the new row, enter the Fund code, Funding Dept, Program code, Project/Grant (if applicable), and funding distribution percentage for the employee's regular earnings, deductions, and taxes. Leave the ERNCD (earnings code) column blank. Click Save.