PrevPrev Go to previous topic
NextNext Go to next topic
Last Post 03/12/2020 10:42 AM by  Vijay S
Uploading Employee History from Lawson to GHR
 2 Replies
Sort:
You are not authorized to post a reply.
Author Messages
Vijay S
Lawson Developer
Independent consultant
Veteran Member
(404 points)
Veteran Member
Posts:174


Send Message:

--
03/12/2020 12:35 AM

    We will be bringing in  Employee history i.e. Position history, Payrate History, Location history etc  from  Lawson 10.x to GHR v11.

    Do we need to upload the history in sequential order wrt. to date for each employee in GHR? Is there a faster way to achieve this ? 

    Can we use spreasheet designer to achieve this ?

    Suggestions are welcome.

     

    Rgds,

    Vijay

     

    Kristie Starzyk
    HRIS Coordinator
    Rush-Copley Medical Center
    Veteran Member
    (161 points)
    Veteran Member
    Posts:65


    Send Message:

    --
    03/12/2020 10:32 AM
    We are converting to GHR from S3 with RPI as our consultants. One of their technical consultants came up with a method to bring our history over. He did say you have to do it in order . Benefits data has been the hardest so far. Once you put in a current benefits, you can't go back and add history.

    I don't know all the technical aspects of it, but I know it's possible!
    Vijay S
    Lawson Developer
    Independent consultant
    Veteran Member
    (404 points)
    Veteran Member
    Posts:174


    Send Message:

    --
    03/12/2020 10:42 AM

    Thanks for your response  Kristie.

    I am extracting history records from PAEMPPOS and formatting them and putting them in order so that I can I can upload them in the respective staging tables on GHR. The effort involved in cleaning the data is huge as there are thousands of history records.

    Well I don't think there is a shortcut  :) so will be following the regular route & seems like i have to upload the history muliple time to get it right .

    Rgds,

    Vijay

     

     

    You are not authorized to post a reply.