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ERROR Employee not at work


Dear Gurus,

i am facing an issue,

i have uploaded all data in 2011 of p10 and p20 , and at the time evaluation system is not considering the time events it is showing the error

employee not at work

please suggest what to do

thanks in advance

khan

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    Posted on Dec 31, 2013 at 07:10 AM

    HI Shajish,

    The screen shot you shared here its showing that all the entry in 2011 are manual.

    I have even faced same issues few months back.

    Even after uploading the time file while running time evaluation its not reading the taven table as a result you are not getting TIP. IF it is so.

    Be careful while performing the following per-requisite activities before running time evaluation

    1.Please make sure that You have uploaded your time file correctly on your 1st attempt.

    2. After running time evaluation even in test mode, If u made some changes to your time file and trying to upload the new time file, just deleting the entries from info type 2011 is not enough, if you have run time evaluation in test run also,delete cluster table B1& B2 for that particular employee, and upload you modified time file and then run your time evaluation

    3 RPTCCXDBDEL- Is the program to delete the time events from the database completely, to avoid the duplication, and PU00 - In deleting personnel Data, choose B1& B2 for deletion.

    4. Then go for fresh uploading and run your time evaluation.

    I resolved my issue in this way, hope it will work in your case also.

    Regards,

    Prashanti Swain

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  • Posted on Dec 31, 2013 at 06:29 AM

    When you uploaded all clock-ins and clock-outs for an employee for 1 year in IT2011. And when you want to precede run time evaluation via RPITME00 and get an error message “ Entry no. 1 employee not at work 10.03.2011 Incorrect processing for EE000000XX EENAME” is popping out on your screen for every date he clocked in and out.

    Then there is no need to get panic…….

    One should make a change in rule TE30. As you try to make a change in TE30, you have to go through an operation COLER03E. In this operation COLER03E COLER will be the operation to fetch the message from table T5554. 03 will act as the number of message and “E” after 03 will be the key. “E” will be used to terminate the time process.

    As you take out that “E” the time will start showing the message. One more option is available for user convenient that you can replace F and I with E. As you will replace it will allow the process to continue but you have to move further to check next step.

    Now, you have to copy TE30 to ZE30 rule and insert the copy rule in your custom schema. After this you have to deactivate TE30 rule from the copied schema.

    By applying this process you will get a standard solution for your problem and can able to run time evaluation via RPITME00.

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    Posted on Dec 31, 2013 at 06:56 AM

    Hi khan,

    Can you please check if any LWP entry in IT2001 for the employee on the particular date.

    Thanks

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