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Note no. 01 Employee not at work

I am using time evaluation with time events in IT 2011

On 16.04.13 there are no time events. My aim is absence valuation. But I am getting error as I run PT60

PCR zz20 (inserted in copy of TMOO) is a copy of pcr TE20 wherein all Es' & Fs' of COLER are converted into Is.

Then why am I getting this error in time evaluation.

Wage type 6600 of V_T510S is also linked to a valuation rule which is further linked to all absence types

Actually thats a different story my error in time evaluation is result of zz20 being incorrect. But I have made all relevant changes in pcr zz20 .

I have attached screen shot. then why this error

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jun 27, 2013 at 06:55 AM

    hi,

    try to book absence on that day for that employee and check.

    regards,

    praneeth kumar

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    • Attendance/Absence Reason

      If you work with time recording, employees can enter attendance and absence reasons when they clock in or out at the terminal.

      The attendance and absence types which are normally entered in infotypes 2001 and 2002, Absences and Attendances, are specially coded when the System is customized in order that they can be processed by the terminals.

      You can correct or enter these codes manually in the Time Events infotype, in the Attendance/absence reasons field.

      This is the last field. Anyways even we enter code here we need to enter absences in 2001. So there is no mechanism that time events automatically result deduction during payroll without putting unpaid leave type in 2001

  • Posted on Jun 27, 2013 at 07:11 AM

    Hi,

    The following message comes from Standard PCR TE20 this message will be raised only when,

    if there are no absences in IT2001 and Attendance IT2002 and Clock in/out in IT2011.

    Regards,

    Raja Sekhar

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jun 27, 2013 at 07:52 AM

    Hi,

    when there is no time events or absence it is the standard process in sap it will through a message as employee is not at work. That is for information it will not stop your time evaluation just it is an information message. if you want to avoid that please maintain absence in IT 2001.

    Regards,

    Dora

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  • Posted on Jun 27, 2013 at 08:56 AM

    Dear Amit,

    First of all don't touch TE20. It works very well.

    V_T510S almost uses for wage type selection for overtime or some wage types in planned working time for example night shift allowance and so on. I have a document how to use processing types in V_T510S (http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-42098) maybe it gives you an idea but I am afraid it's not the solution.

    What you need is implementing automatic absence generation. It's a bit complex specially when you have, for example, some rules for milk allowance or special cases for a group of employees like managers. You should be familiar with TIP table processing. Please take a look at TD80 PCR.

    By the way it's not just for a whole day absence. Depend on your requirement maybe you should consider the same case for hourly absences too. Imagine employee clock-in at 7:00 and clock-out at 10:00. again s/he clock-in at 11:00 and continue until end of the daily work schedule (16:00 for example). What would you like the system do for 10:00 to 11:00?

    Customization of V_T555Z is related and very important. Please don't touch any standard setting of SAP in this table or any other and just make a copy of rows and keep your own groupings.

    Let me give you an example. My employee has left company early and s/he clock-out is 15:30. So I expect system generates and absence from 15:30 to 16:00 automatically.

    You need a PCR to process tip table and determine this kind of cases and put a reason in BPIN or EPIN depend on where the gap is happened in TIP table. In my case it's the last one so I am using EPIN to keep the reason.

    Then TD80 can generate a record based on the reason. In reason you should put the same you would system generate. For example daily absence type or hourly absence type.

    Regards,

    Omid


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  • Posted on Jun 28, 2013 at 11:07 AM

    If time events do not suffice time evaluation and we have to manually give absences in IT2001 whats the use of defining wage type in V_t510s

    Anyways we put the same wage type in V_T554C and assign valuation rule of absence types.

    In an using overtime scenario V_t510s i put late working for a day for 2 hrs and payslip reflected 2 hrs overtime amount after proper configuration.

    But as time events are not present for some days i expected the salary deduction for those days after suitable configuration. Currently I am getting salary deduction but after putting absences in 2001.

    Actually I was thinking how for certain time events can be linked to absence types automatically. Is it not possible that specific absence type absence is created for a specific time event pair automatically?

    I think its waste to use V_t510s for absence valuation then. Just a copy of /846 & /841 in V_T554C will be enough to have absence valuation .

    I hope its clear what i am trying to explore

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