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The payroll control record is released for Payroll for Jan 2014. For which period the Master data maintenance should not be allowed.


The issue is that the Payroll control Record is released for Jan 2014 but still some employees can apply leave for this period.

What can be the reason for this?

Experts kindly reply soon.

Regards,

Udit Singhal.

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2014 at 10:48 AM

    Hi,


    Possible Reason

    • Employees that you may be referring to may not belong to the same Payroll area in which you have kept Control Record in Release Mode...

    • If you are using PC00_M40_Calc_Simu.. you can still maintain the Master Data thought Control Record in in Release Mode.

    • If you are using PC00_M40_Calc but with Test Run is Checked, Changes is still possible even if control record is in Release mode...

    Regards,

    Veeram

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2014 at 10:56 AM

    Hi Veeram,

    The employees are from the same Payroll Area.

    They are trying to apply leave thereby maintaining IT2001 during the period in which the payroll control record is released for payroll.

    So my query is that " For which period should i be aable to change IT 2001 if payroll is released for Jan 2014"

    Regards

    Udit Singhal

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2014 at 12:06 PM

    you can maintained the master data in back date . But retro amount is triggering can you please specify what you really want .

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