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EDLI Inspection Charges @ 0.005 %

Dear Experts,

Need your valuable help in my issue regarding Edli Inspection charges . i have read various thread but havent come across the solution i need

Issue is that Client pays the EDLI inspection charges @ 0.005% towards PF contribution, and SAP does not have a standard configuration for the same which is very sad to know ,coz for every thing we need to write PCR and keep doing modifications for HR module, it is so difficult for freshers like me.

request all ,to PLz somebody give me a proper guidance in this regard that would be of great help and assistance..

Thank you

Arun

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    Posted on Dec 30, 2013 at 07:37 AM

    Dear Arun,

    That u can achieve trough custom pcr, plz copy the INED pcr and change it accordingly

    Try this

    Copy /3f8 to 13f8 and test it. The logic is 0.01/2=0.005. With standard settings u can change the /3f8 calculation with pcr change.

    Thanks,

    Santosh


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    • Former Member Babu Kolkata

      Hi Mohanty,

      Your PCR seems working perfect ..

      I did as you suggested , i also changes the Text of my custom wafe type 93F8 to EDLI Inspection Chareges too . hope this will suffice my clients Requirements ..

      Regards

      Arun

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    Posted on Dec 28, 2013 at 06:18 AM

    Hi Arun,

    Please check the below mentioned tables,

    V_T7INF3,V_T7INF1,V_T7INF5,V_T7INF7.

    Hope this helps you out.

    Regards,

    Mithun K

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    • Former Member

      Hi Mithun..

      Well thank you for your reposnse .. but the tables you have asked me to chek are all configured by me , and i am sure there is no field for Inspection Charges , that i specifically need ... do you have any solution for this..

      Regards

      Arun

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