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IN54 /AF3 Cumulatiom error

Dear IN PY gurus,

From where does /AF3, /AF4 originate in India Payroll? PCR INF3 pushes these WT into RT from DT. Now in the final processing block ADDCU P30 is erroring out for these WTs since these are not found in T512W.

I cant see these WTs in T511. I am running simulation for Jul and Aug for an EE who joined in Jul. If I run simulation for Jul there is no error. Please suggest.

Regards

Pramod

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    Posted on Aug 14, 2013 at 04:28 AM

    Pramod ,

    Will you please share the error log.

    These wage types are required for PF ECR report, even the PCR you commented also related with the same .

    Check these wage types are available in system ( V_512W_d).

    Please go through manual corrections given in SAP Note 1739643 - Electronic Challan Cum Return For Employee's Provident Fund

    Regards

    Sujith

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  • Posted on Aug 12, 2013 at 07:24 AM

    Dear Pramod,

    /AF3 & /AF4 will generate when there a difference in PF payment to PF of employer's from previous month.

    Check the PF details of employee & in table V_512W_D and sub schema innr (inf1/2/3).

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    Posted on Jan 01, 2014 at 03:03 PM

    Could you please let me know How did you resolve issue Iam facing same issue while running payslip

    No entry in the table T512w

    /AF3

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2013 at 09:57 AM

    Dear Pramod,

    Please check your infotype 587 with your hiring date.

    Regards,

    Dora

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