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How to find total amount - total deductions = net pay

Hi Gurus,

I'm doing here payroll India so now my client is asking me

900 Employees Earnings - 900 Employees Deductions = 900 Employees Net pay

Kindly let me know where can i get this report..........



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  • Posted on Jan 07, 2014 at 04:43 AM

    You need to customize report . There is no such standard report in SAP. Please coordinate with ABAPER on this

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    • Hi Mohan,

      As you are quite new to process, i'm suggesting you the following:

      If the requirement is to have a report, you should ask your client the below questions and the following work to be done.

      Questions to Business

      1. Is it for all payroll areas / Company code level. eg: Net pay of employees of Company code 1, company code 2.

      2. If it is related to Payroll area, then it your report picks the employees of this particular payroll area and extracts the net pay of all these employees.

      3. Once it is determined, then what will be the frequency of this report. Will it be weekly / Monthly / Annually etc. Usually business wants to see a report when payroll runs to verify what is the net pay of employees. So, usually the frequency depends on payroll area ( Pay period). eg: if payroll 'xy' is semi monthly, for pay period 01 ( 01.01.2014 - 15.01.2014) the payroll runs and process the data. Now, the report should also extract the net pay of these employees from payroll results for this pay period. So, oyour report extracts data from 01.01.2014 - 15.01.2014. If theere are more than one payroll area, the report has to run for different payroll areas ( this can be taken care in the selection screen of the report)

      4. Location of output file: Business has to mentioned in which folder hey would like see this report.

      Business will mention a folder or location, so Technical consultant will write the program to store theis report in the desired location / folder.

      5. Once the location is determined, business might require authorisations to view the file.

      eg: As this is a payroll report, Payroll team might require to view this report. So, the user group of payroll need authorisations to view this file.

      So, you need to check for the SAP Security team to have access / authorisations to this file for the required team / business users.

      6. Now to execute this report, Business will not have authorisations to run this report in production system through SE38. Hence a Custom Transaction needs to be developed (throguh SE93) by ABAP consultant to run this report (including variant).

      Also to run this transaction in Production users need acess / authorisations. So, follow step 5 for Security Access.


      Develop a Technical Spec document with all the requirements (once you have confirmation from business) and incorproate it in the document and get sign off from business.

      Provide the spec to Technical consultant and dicuss the requirements and techncial consultant will develop the report.


      Unit Testing and regression testing need to be done in Development and Quality to ensure everything is fine (Report, file access, location of file, trasnaction etc.)

      If everything is ok, then the changes can be moved to production.



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    Posted on Jan 07, 2014 at 07:25 AM

    Hi leelamohan

    Try Report PC00_M40_ANN - Payroll Annual Display

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jan 08, 2014 at 11:00 AM

    Hi Leenamohan,

    Did u tried Wage type reporter. Extarct WT reporter with /101. /110 and /559 and show this to client.

    Hope your problem will be solved.



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