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Time Management IT2006

Hi Experts,

there is an “End Ded.” date for each of the Absence Quotas. When the new quotas are set up at the beginning of the Payroll year, the End Ded Date is automatically set to be 10 months after the End Date of the Absence Quota bucket. This means that the team member has 10 months to use the quota after the system has completed the accumulation of the quota.

In the example below, you can see that the date for the 2012 bucket has been set to 10/15/2013 – exactly 10 months after the end date of the bucket. This is exactly as planned – however – that happens to be a Tuesday. The team member would have until TUESDAY October 15th to use the vacation bucket. BUT – we only process vacation taken in 2 week periods and the closest 2 week period ends on 10/19/2013. Without a date change, all of the hours coming in from Another Team with a vacation taken date of 10/19/2013 (the whole file comes in with the pay period end date on it) will be applied to the 2013 bucket – even if the team member took that time on 10/15 or earlier.

Suggested Resolution by me

1. To run a Change LSMW for IT2006 with changing End Date.

Or is there any BADI to do this.

Need Urgent Help.

Thanks and Regards

Rabi Narayan Padhi

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    Posted on May 27, 2013 at 09:13 AM

    even if there is a badi, if the master data needs to be corrected you should do it (with lsmw for example or a program). But a badi is meant for new data, not existing data imo

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    Posted on May 27, 2013 at 09:38 AM

    use LSMW

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