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T539J & T512W

Hi Experts,

I have a doubt in Tables T539J & T512W-

1) as they both are Used for the same purpose of Indirect calculation?

2) what "module" to be used In WT characteristics to use "indirect valuation"?

Please help?

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    Posted on Feb 16, 2014 at 05:17 AM

    Hi

    Table T539J is used in indirect evaluation based on module chosen in the wage type characteristics in table T511 for the wage type.It stores indirect evaluation module selected in T511,Percentage , and base wage type details.

    T512W stores information about wage types' processign class,Evalaution class, Cumulations class.

    Hence it helps in determining how it should be processes,how wage type should come in renumeration ,how it is used in cumulative wage types.

    Hope this information is helpful to you.

    Regards,

    Jignya

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  • Posted on Feb 15, 2014 at 05:41 PM

    Dear Customer,

    As far as I know the indirect valuation is not set via these 2 tables. It is done in T511.Please check this table and field Indirect valuation module, if you click F4 you will see the list of possible module for the same (some are valid for some specific countries and others for specific wage type (such as ANSAL for annual salary).

    Best regards

    Sarah

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  • Posted on Feb 16, 2014 at 08:40 AM

    Hi Anuj,

    I support Jignya's reply also.

    Different modules are different application. Some are country dependent but I have used in another country too.

    by the way, V_T539A is also related to this issue.

    Regards,

    Omid

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  • Posted on Feb 16, 2014 at 05:13 AM

    Hi anuj sharma,

    Indirect valuation:

    I think so indirect valuation is nothing but one pay component is going to depend on another pay component for Uniform allowance 10% on Basic pay in such case's we are using Inval concept

    Module variant for indirect evaluation

    The module variant specifies the module for indirect valuation.

    The following indirect valuation modules are available in the standard SAP system:

    • TARIF
    • Module variants: A, B, C, D
    • TAROD (only for Public Sector, Germany)
    • Module variants: A, B
    • VERGL (only for Public Sector, Germany, Austria)
    • Module variants: A, B, C, H, I, J
    • DIFFR (only for Public Sector, Germany, Austria)
    • Module variants: A, B, C, H, I, J
    • PRZNT
    • Module variants: B, D, I, J
    • SUMME
    • Module variants: B, D, I, J, M, O
    • UNITS
    • Module variants: B, D, I, J
    • CONST
    • Module variants: ' ', M, P
    • ARBPL
    • ORTSZ (only for Public Sector, Germany)
    • Module variants: 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
    • DOZUL (only for Public Sector, Germany)
    • Module variants: A, R, S, Z
    • SAPAC (Spain only)
    • Module variants: D, I, J, O
    • ANSAL
    • CHSTD
    • Module variants: B, D, I, J
    • FCOEF
    • Module variants: 1, 2, 3, ' '
    • ICOMP
    • Module variants:
    • EXPAT
      Module variants: S, H

    Indirect evaluation module

    Name of a module that valuates wage types according to certain criteria. The following descriptions of the diverse options can be used for wage types in the following infotypes:


    Basic Pay (0008)


    Standard Wage Maintenance (0052)


    Recurring Payments/Deductions (0014)


    Additional Payments (0015)


    For some modules, the type of valuation depends on the specification of the module variant.


    The following indirect valuation modules are available in the standard system:


    V_512W_T AND V_512W_D


    Tcode : SM30 and table v_512w_d to see the processing classes, cumulation and evaluation classes of all the wage types (Primary and Secondary wage types ).Double click on any wage type to get to the details of Processing/Cumulation/Evaluation class of that particular WT.

    Wage type characteristic that determines how processing is handled during the payroll processing.

    Processing class:

    Processing classes are one of the key methods of processing wage types in SAP Payroll. Processing classes are attributes of a wage type. When payroll process runs, various rules and schemas read and process wage types based on their processing class values. In addition to standard processing classes delivered by SAP, customers can create their own for custom payroll processing u2014 for example, a class for fringe benefits. Customers can use processing classes 90 through 99 for their own purposes and the others are delivered by SAP.

    V_T52D1 to create the Processing class

    T52D8 shows which processing classes apply to which country

    Cumulation Class:

    How to cumulate the wage types in the payroll, cumulation class starts with standard wage types last two digits.

    This is used for storing certain wagetypes into a bucket. The bucket is the technical wage types e.g /1nn wagetypes . So, if a wagetype had cumulation class 01 set, this will add the value of this wagetype into /101 wagetype. This is actually how the total gross works as all wagetypes which are gross wagetypes are set with cumulation 01 which cumulates into /101 (Total gross).. Other uses for this are taxable gross, superannuation totals, totals for allowances, totals for deductions, etc..

    Evaluation Classes

    These are generally used for reporting. For each evaluation class, there will be a subset of values. The payslip and the Payment summary use evaluation classes. SAP provided default settings for evaluation class 11 (Such as Taxable Gross, Tax, etc).

    Ur's

    Mohan

    Message was edited by: leelamohan kavali

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