PeopleSoft Conference 2019 - Session C
Session C - When Should I Request Correct History for Job Data and Positions?​

Please do not stress out! You will not be graded on how you do on this quiz. This is simply a way to review common scenarios and test your skill on entering changes in Job Data and when Correct History should be used.
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Is it best to delete mistakenly entered rows rather than to add rows with a greater Effective Sequence? *
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Can a HIRE be deleted with Correct History? *
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True or False: When you make a mistake on Job Data, Correct History is always needed to fix it. *
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You've just determined that an employee has been paid at the wrong FTE for the last 2 years. You are going to request Correct History to make the historical corrections to Position and Job Data but what other areas may be affected by this mistake? *
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When requesting Correct History to a mistake made on a Position with an active incumbent, what action will be taken by SDCOE? *
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You are requesting Correct History for rows with an Effective Date of 1/1/19, 7/1/19, and 10/1/19. Each of these Effective Dates have multiple Effective Sequences. How will the data be corrected? *
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TRUE of FALSE: Corrections PRIOR to your district's "go-live date" can be requested by submitting an Incident.
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How many changes can be made when you add a row on Job Data?
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You've entered a row in Job Data with the Correct Effective Date but with incorrect data. What should you do to correct it? *
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Name *
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Personal Information and New Employment Instance was added with incorrect Effective Date. Correct History will be required to correct this. You've created an incident that reads: "HELP! I've entered an employee with an incorrect Effective Date. Jose Lopez's start date should be 10/1/2019. Thanks!" What additional information needs to be provided in the incident? *
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