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Error no. 83 Error when creating absence quota, Quota record 01 not valid for entire period from 01.01.2014 to 31.12.9999

Hi Experts

I am working on new vacation leave policy rollout. The new policy is effective Jan 2015. We have two PA i.e PA - A and PA - B.

The changs are, current leaves are credited on Monthly basis and valid till 31.12.9999. From Jan 2015, for PA -A no change, it will be credited on Monthly basis. But for PA-B it will be full credit at the beginning of the year and valid till Dec XXXX only.

Therefore I created new quota type for PA - B from 2015. PA-A will continue to use same Quota type and PA-B also will use same Quota type till 2014. From 2015 PA-B will have new quota type as the validity date changes.

Feature Quomo used.

One common change for both is negative deduction will be 40 hours from 2015. Therefore, i have delimited the existing record and created one effecitive 01.01.2015 in table V_T556A with 40 hrs negative deduction for the existing quota type.

Now, I am getting the below error in Time evaluation when generating quota for 2014, while no issue for 2015.

"Error no. 83 Error when creating absence quota, Quota record 01 not valid for entire period from 01.01.2014 to 31.12.9999".

Kindly suggest.

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  • Posted on Jun 09, 2014 at 06:05 AM

    Hi,

    What is PA-A and PA-B?

    I got lost in your big description of your problem. Can you please rephrase your question?

    You are getting the error because you have delimited validity in one of the tables effective 01.01.2015. SAP requires continuous validity for quota validity till 31.12.9999.

    Thanks and regards,

    Vivek Barnwal

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