we have recently created a location for Austria. when we did mass changes for all positions the newly created location is updated correctly, except for two Positions. Does anyone guide me on how to check this?
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Please check you location associations, as this may be to the fact that for those two position, the combination to derive the location is not fitting and you may need to correct the data.
Thank you for your response. Yes, we have checked the location association, and there is no mismatch or misconfiguration. we are doing this mass change run effective of Sep 2023(we are changing the location for a75 positions by Masschange) but many of the positions are created before 2023, and the newly created location is as effective of jun 2023, does this might be the cause?
none of the position locations is reflected
pls guide me here
Definitely yes. Is the location is effective after the position change date, it will not be populated. you must change the location effective date, or think on a new position change date to assign the new location.
Thank you for your prompt response 🙂
Can we change the location effective date to a past date? any impacts?
You can change it, and the impact will be that this location will be available to be used by that date, nothing else.
Thanks a lot 🙂
we are facing a weird issue, while mass change the positions are not reflecting. These positions that didn't go through the change are not a part of the log at all. At least it should show a failure to change, but that also isn't the case. Furthermore, we can see the report- it says 75 and 25 positions have been changed, but most of the positions are missing. Kindly let me know how does this mass change works
I could not fully understand what you are mass changing and which tool you are using (if Mass Data Management or Manage Mass Changes for Metadata Objects).
In any case, the documentation about each mass change tool mentioned above can be found in the links below:
Manage Mass Changes for Metadata Objects
Mass Data Management