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Payroll Periods - Control Record Run Issues

Hi,

While trying to configure the India payroll, i am facing the the following problems.

I tried to run the pay roll from from Feb 2014, system is automatically taking 3 months previous payroll periods and this led to sub sequent wrong calculations.

Please let me know what went wrong and how to over come this.

Regards,

Sumana

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    Posted on Dec 06, 2014 at 05:50 PM

    Hi

    Your payroll periods are showing wrong. First pay period 01 2014 is showing feb month. Once check the generated payroll periods and assignment of Payroll periods to payroll area.

    Tables - v_t529a v_t529q v_t529s

    If it is running from previous month check pu03 dates.

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      Hi

      It is showing correctly only. At the time of pay period generation you selected pay day as add 2 days to month end. Thats why it is showing 2nd date of next month. For your issue check the emp. Payroll status pu03 if dates are there delete it and run the payroll.

  • Posted on Dec 07, 2014 at 05:38 AM

    You can control it by payroll control record(t code: PA03).

    Payroll period record must be a period before the current period because by releasing payroll for run, system increases it by one.

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    Posted on Dec 07, 2014 at 09:53 AM

    Dear Omid & Praneeth,

    Many thanks for your support.

    I rectified the issue as per your clarifications.

    Now it is working fine.

    Regards,

    Sumana

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