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Second Saturday after half day working

Hi All,

I have requirement where every second saturday of the month is half day working and rest all saturday would be as normal working days. Sunday is the dedicated off.

We could able to resolve the issue by creating the 12 holidays using holiday class '2' and created a selection rule incorporate to Daily work schedule.

Correspondingly i have created a variant for Daily work schedule with half day working. Then, created the work schedule and subsequently we have generated the work schedule. Automatically every second saturday was replaced with the DWS with half working day.

Alternatively we are looking to build the same logic through a PCR and need your inputs in going forward:

Time type:

PCR ZM02 - I have taken a monthly time type and on every friday the time would get a value of 1 added.

PCR ZM03 - This PCR helps to identify second saturday when the time type value 2 and replace the existing DWS with the new DWS with half day working.

Saturday half day DWS is DSAT

Normal DWS is DW01

I have incorporate both the PCR in Schema TM04 above the P2001 & P2002 and used the function ACTIO to call the PCR's.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Basanthi

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    Posted on Jul 24, 2014 at 04:05 PM

    Hi Basanthi,

    In the PCR ZM02, please change HRS+ZSAT to ADDDBZSAT.

    Kindly test the solution after making the above change.

    Thanks and regards,

    Vivek

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