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ESI Is't displaying and not deducting

Hi Gurus,

I'm facing problem like I've maintained ESI info type and maintained /3E1 in PE51 still ESI is't displaying

RT Table Result

Kindly let me have your solution

Yours

Mohan

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  • Posted on Jan 05, 2014 at 04:04 PM

    Hi Mohan

    /3E1 - Ee ESI contribution

    /3E2 - Er ESI contribution are not being generated.

    Also check whether /112 &/113 are also generated.

    Please check the config and refer the below document for ESI config.

    http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-49899

    INESI function processes the ESI. So, check the payroll display log and see how the schema processed it. the contribution amount will be displayed on pay statement.

    Run the wage type reporter & Wage type Statement to see how the wage types have been generated for this employee.

    PC00_M99_CWTR

    SE38 --> RPCLGA09

    Thanks

    Madhav.

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  • Posted on Jan 06, 2014 at 07:17 AM

    I believe your question has been answered already. Good to see that you found solution and answered for your own question At the same time you are posting same question several times in different threads. Check your own thread to find your own answer.

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