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IT-0000 Customer defined Status

Hi all,

Has anyone come across IT-0000 Customer defined status. Can anyone give an example for this.

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Bharat

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    Posted on Sep 02, 2013 at 02:44 PM

    Hi

    As I do not have this configured in our systems, I unfortunately cannot give an example.

    This is configured through table V_T529U. More info on STAT1 can be found in the following SCN posts

    http://scn.sap.com/thread/92572

    http://scn.sap.com/thread/467447

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    Johan

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    Posted on Sep 02, 2013 at 02:57 PM

    Very well answered by Johan.

    Unlike STAT2 (Employment Status), which is fixed by SAP (0-Withdrawn, 1-Inactive, 2-Retiree, 3-Active), and STAT3 (Special Payment Status), which is 0-No Special payment, 1-Std WT, 2-Special WT, the very name Customer-specific means, this is available for customers to configure their own status'es (STAT1 is the field for this)..

    Now what is the use of this field:

    a. Can be used for Reporting purposes as this field is also available in the queries.

    b. Can be used as additional check parameter in your programs.

    Example values:

    0 - Not in Company (Employee is Active in the system today, but is not in the company, say, a Field employee).

    1 - Not in Headcount (Active consultant in the organization, and should not be considered in headcount reporting).

    2 - In Headcount (Active as a consultant, but should be considered in Headcount).

    3 - Potential Employee (Hired as seasonal contract worker, but when the contractor leaves, the status can be set to 3, to see if can be hired as potential employee).

    Therefore, this field is something that can be used for Individual customer needs.

    Hope this helps,

    Regards

    K

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