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Message no. HRMGE00GENERAL604.Proposed values for infotypes could not be generated for employee

Management of global employees. Proposed values for infotypes could not be generated for employee.

We have checked with IA area, the 710 infotype is OK and the same for 715 infotype because its status is 07 - Accepted - Pending activation

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  • Posted on Aug 26, 2013 at 01:29 PM

    Hello

    The purpose of the action '82' (your action "Activate Host Record") is to generate IT8, IT14 and/or IT15 according to the compensation items in IT706, which should be already generated in the planning phase, the
    action '81'. So, the error message is necessary, since the system can not generated IT8, IT14 and/or IT15 without the compensation items in IT706.

    If you don't want to generate IT706 and any payroll data, like IT8, IT14 or IT15 in host country, you may consider not to execute the action '82'.

    Also please refer SAP note 1471223, which may be related to the issue.

    Thanks and Kind Regards

    Ramana

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    • Former Member

      Hi Jayanti..Thanks! However my client doesn't use IT 706 so, we generally get a warning message while trying to activate the employee in Host country. So the error seems to crop from something else i suppose.

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