Section: ON-LINE INQUIRY AND HELP FACILITIES
Subsection: IDENTIFICATION RECORD SALARY SERVICE DBM DETAIL SCREEN
To provide a description of the Salary Service Data Base Master Identification Record Dialogue - Screen acronym "IDE".
The purpose of this screen is to display specific identification-status details for a particular record line in the Salary Service Data Base Master (DBM).
As identified in Section PPIM 18-1, the following fields are taken from the employee's current record line and are displayed in:
|PAY OFC||FD 09||PAY OFFICE|
|PAY CYCLE||FD 35||PAY CYCLE CODE|
|PRI||FD 12||PERSONAL RECORD IDENTIFIER|
|FAMILY NAME||FD 14||FAMILY NAME|
|DUAL REMUN||FD 19||DUAL REMUNERATION INDICATOR|
|SOS REAS||FD 48||REASON FOR LEAVING CODE|
|BUD CODE||FD 25||BARGAINING UNIT DESIGN'S|
|CLASS||FD 27||ABBREV. CLASS TITLE|
|PAY ZONE||FD 36||PAY ZONE CODE|
This is the line number on the Salary Service History DBM for the record line being displayed. A maximum of 999 record lines are possible for a record type.
The effective from date of the data for the record line being displayed.
The effective to date of the data for the record line being displayed. If the current record line is being displayed, this field will always show 9's. For all other data, the proper effective to date will be displayed.
The account activity status for the record line being displayed as at the effective from and the effective to dates indicated. Valid values are:
The date, in YYMM format, or assigned number indicating when the record line is eligible for purging from the Salary Service DBM.
This number is assigned when the line has been stopped and is to be deleted. This line will be purged on the next execution of the Salary Service Purge Program.
This number is assigned when processing a transfer out (PAC 03). The lines are purged in the next Salary Service Update.
This number is assigned when an SOS (PAC 02) is processed. The lines will be purged once the Salary Service Program has been executed 3 times.
To return to the SUMMARY SCREEN, press the appropriate function key.
Last Update: May 1996