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Leave on Day off's

Dear Team,

We got below scenario could you please let me know,

1. A weekly off or a holiday falling at the beginning or at the end of the leave period or both shall not be counted as part of the leave. In all other cases a weekly off or holiday shall be counted as part of the leave taken. Unquote.

E.g. if an employees is on leave on Saturday (either full day or 2nd half) and Monday (either full day or 1st half), system should consider Sunday as “leave or leave without pay”.

Thanks and Regards


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  • Posted on Nov 12, 2014 at 08:50 AM

    You try to implement a BADI where check the condition for any leave precede or succeed off is maintained in the planned work schedule rule then pass an error message and with information so that employees have to create a leave record for off as well.



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    • Hi Ramu,

      In the standard functionality you can able to control this requirement through providing error message.

      Check the table V_T554S and find the screenshot.

      If you will assign E over there then at the time of leave apply system will check that 1st day of leave is day off or not and also last day of the leave is day off or not. If system gets this then it will not allow to apply the leave and save the record in the system.



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  • Posted on Nov 14, 2014 at 12:39 PM

    Hi Ramu,

    If I understand your requirement correctly, you don't wish your leave to start or end on public holiday or off day.

    Please advise if my understanding is correct.

    Thanks and regards,

    Vivek Barnwal

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  • Posted on Jan 08, 2015 at 04:50 AM

    Dear Team,

    Thank you for your quick replay,now we are develop through abaper,He has developed by program it is working fine

    Thanks and Regards


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