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Creating a Reorganization 00:05
Configuring Reorganization Details 02:26
Supervisory Organization Setup 04:39
Integration and Reporting Considerations 12:32
External URLs and Additional Details 16:34
A: The purpose of creating a supervisory organization reorganization is to establish a repository that records all structural changes related to supervisory organizations. This repository, known as reorganization, ensures the tracking of modifications, such as layout or definition changes, to maintain the integrity and functionality of the organizational structure.
A: A reorganization name is created by accessing the “create reorganization” task and specifying a unique name and activation date. It is crucial to have only one reorganization for the entire tenant setup to avoid duplications. This name serves as a record-keeping mechanism for supervisory organization changes, allowing tracking of who made the changes and when they occurred.
A: The active date is crucial to determine when a supervisory organization’s structure becomes active. The recommended dates for configurational requirements are 01/01/1900 or 01/01/2000. Choosing a standardized date ensures uniformity in configuration activation, preventing conflicts when multiple teams work on different configurations within the organization.
A: The backend code for a supervisory organization is essential for integration and reporting purposes. It serves as a unique identifier when performing bulk loading of information or handling workday integrations. Although not mandatory, providing a proper backend code is recommended to represent the organization accurately in integration templates and reporting requirements.