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AutoUpdation of LTA Claim from ESS to R/3

Hi All,

Claims are created in ESS by the employee.It is updated in R/3 System by running report HRPSIN_AC_INFU. It updates Claims to Infotype -15.

However when we try to update LTA it gives error.

Please guide me how to update LTA claims from ESS.

Regards

Tulika Sinha

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    Posted on Dec 28, 2013 at 08:39 AM

    Hi Tulik,

    Please check whether you have created the record for 0582 - infotype and subtype(LTA) for that particular employee for which the error occurs.

    Also check whether the subtype LTA exist for the infotype 0582 if not then maintain the table V_T591A. Regarding the auto update you must schedule the report HRPBSIN_AC_INFU for updation in R/3.

    Hope this solves the issue.

    Regards,

    Mithun k

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    Posted on Dec 30, 2013 at 03:39 AM

    Hi Mithun,

    Thanks for reply.

    But my requirement is that if Employee is claiming LTA in ESS . How the same details can be updated in IT-0582 and IT-15.

    Currently it is done manually.

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      Hi Tulika,

      The payment related information for a reimbursement type will be maintained in the table V_T77WWW_CLRECH. So please check this table and if you want to pay through 0015 you can maintain here as shown below,

      Regarding 0582 there is not other way must be updated before the updation of 0015 in R/3. For this the workaround would be LSMW/BDC can be used for all the employees to update the 0582 infotype for the LTC subtype. Or check for the HRPBSIN_AC_INFU whether you can do any implicit enhancement here.

      Hope this solves the issue.

      Regards,

      Mithun K

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