Important Tables in Oracle Fusion HCM


Important Tables in Oracle Fusion HCM

In Oracle Fusion HCM, there are numerous tables that store data related to various HR processes and modules. Some of the important tables in Oracle Fusion HCM include:

  1. PER_ALL_PEOPLE_F: This table stores core information about employees, contingent workers, and other people in the enterprise. It includes details such as names, addresses, contact information, and employment status.
  2. PER_ALL_ASSIGNMENTS_F: This table stores assignment-related information for each person, such as job, position, department, location, and compensation details.
  3. PAY_ELEMENT_ENTRIES_F: This table contains information about elements (e.g., salary, bonus, allowances) that make up an employee’s compensation, along with their effective dates and amounts.
  4. PAY_PAYROLL_ACTIONS_F: This table stores payroll action details, such as hire, transfer, promotion, and termination actions for employees.
  5. BEN_PERSON_COVERAGES: This table stores benefits coverage information for employees, including health insurance, retirement plans, and other benefit enrollments.
  6. BEN_ENROLLMENTS: This table tracks the enrollment status of employees in various benefit plans.
  7. PER_PERIODS_OF_SERVICE: This table stores details about an employee’s periods of service, including start and end dates, and the type of service (e.g., regular, leave of absence).
  8. PER_ABSENCE_ATTENDANCES: This table records employee absence and attendance information, including leave types, absence hours, and attendance hours.
  9. PER_PERSON_TYPE_USAGES: This table maintains information about the person types associated with employees, contingent workers, and other people in the system.
  10. PER_JOBS: This table stores information about job definitions, including job titles, grades, and pay ranges.
  11. PER_POSITION_DEFINITIONS: This table contains position-related information, including position titles, position types, and position hierarchies.
  12. PER_GRADE_DEFINITIONS: This table stores information about grade definitions, such as grade names, grades’ minimum and maximum salaries, and salary step details.

These are just a few examples of important tables in Oracle Fusion HCM. The actual number of tables and their purposes can vary based on the modules implemented and the specific data requirements of the organization. To access and manipulate data in these tables, it’s essential to use the appropriate APIs, data loader tools, or integration interfaces provided by Oracle Fusion HCM. Additionally, Oracle provides comprehensive documentation and resources for understanding the data model and table structures in Oracle Fusion HCM.

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