National Identifier Table in Oracle Fusion HCM


National Identifier Table in Oracle Fusion HCM

Oracle Fusion HCM does not have a specific standardized “national identifier” table because the concept of a national identifier can vary widely from country to country, and Oracle’s HCM solution is designed to accommodate these variations.


In some countries, a national identifier could be a social security number, a tax identification number, a passport number, or other government-issued identification. Oracle Fusion HCM is designed to store such identifiers within the appropriate context of the individual’s data.


To manage national identifiers within Oracle Fusion HCM, you would typically store this information as part of an individual’s personal details or legal identification information. This might be stored in tables related to personal information, assignment data, or legal entities, depending on how your implementation is configured.


Please note that specific table names, structures, and configurations can vary based on the version and setup of Oracle Fusion HCM. For the most accurate and up-to-date information on how to manage and store national identifier data, I recommend referring to Oracle’s official documentation, release notes, or consulting with your organization’s Oracle Fusion HCM administrator or technical support team.


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