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Need info 012 and 002 OM relationships


Hi Guru's,

I have a question which relating to OM relationships, my question is if i use 012 realtionship for the position/orgunit, how about other positons in that particular orgunit,what i mean is will that other positions autometically reports to the chief position by using whether 002 or 012.

2. what is the diffrence between using position to positon relationship for reporting purpose and maintaing 012 relationship for the objects.

could you please clarify on this...

Thanks

Ashok

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2014 at 07:47 AM

    Answering your 2nd Question:

    The purpose of maintaining either 002 / 012 is to default certain values in Info types and to get the respective reports.

    A position belongs to an Org.Unit

    A position is described by its Job

    By maintaining above two you can default the values in Infotype-0001, It is all about maintaining data as simple as that.

    There are two different approaches, you can use either as per your convenience / decision.


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      Hi Ashok,

      It is okay. As I told earlier you can go without maintaining 002 relationship.


      What you are doing is you are not maintaining direct reporting hence in future you can't get the same in Reports those run based on 002 relationship like below.



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    Posted on Jan 08, 2014 at 07:28 AM

    Hi Ashok,

    This is a simple logic to understand,

    • If you maintain A/B 002 (Reports to / Line supervisor of) between two Positions, it means you are defining the Reporting Structure between position to position.

    • When it comes to maintaining a Chief Position to an Org. Unit makes that position inherit the Reporting structure by considering the Org.Unit to Positions relations.

    Let us say:

    O (Org.unit) consists 1,2,3,4,5 Positions and now you are making 1 as chief for O, that means as position 1 is the Chief for entire O and 2,3,4,5 positions also belongs to O => There for 2,3,4,5 indirectly reports to 1.

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