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Difference between ADDWT & ADDWS

Hello Friends,

I was just reading documentation on ADDWS and couldn't find any difference between ADDWS and ADDWT in PCR.

Could you please help me understand what is the difference between these two.

Thanks,

Manj

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    Posted on Jan 06, 2014 at 05:39 PM

    Hi Manj,

    ADDWT Function will add the wage type in payroll as well as other functions

    ADDWT * Store wage type in IT/OT

    ADDWT 1103 All the current values for amt, num and rte are added to the values that are currently held in wt 1103

    ADDWT&T Adds the current wage type to the variable table as T - which can be used at a later stage

    ADDWTA* The values in the wage type are copied to the previous employer table VAG - called in the rules XDPI, XDPR & XDPT

    ADDWS - Add wage type to subsequent wage type and fill out V0 and C1.

    reg

    siva

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  • Posted on Jan 06, 2014 at 07:21 AM

    Both are similar as you said, but the only difference is ADDWS stores value in V0 table.

    BR

    Upen

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    Posted on Jan 06, 2014 at 11:06 AM

    Hi,

    Please find the difference below.

    ADDWS - Add wage type to subsequent wage type and fill out V0 and C1

    ADDWT - Add wage type to subsequent wage type

    Regards,

    Dora

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  • Posted on Jan 06, 2014 at 05:31 PM

    Payroll Operation ADDWT offers more options than ADDWS regarding tables to transfer the WT to.

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