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Status LIS9 of the user interface MP000300 missing

Dear All

As soon as I separate Emp, after saving IT 0001, I get following screen

Infogroup setting for separation action are


LIS9 3

LIS9 14 and

LIS9 15

This error is not allowing me to test LIS9 0008 functionality.

Please advice

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    Posted on Dec 11, 2014 at 01:39 PM

    Hi Shail,

    in addition to this, keep in mind, that IT0003 is a one of a kind. That is, once an employee is created, there will only be the one IT0003. No history, no multiple occurence.

    LIS9 on the other hand, is used to show a list of candidates for delimiting infotypes.

    YOU MUST NEVER delimit IT0003! It is, next to administrative payroll information, the proof of existence for any employee.

    No IT0003 -> no employee.

    Solution for your problem is easy - delete the line from your infogroup. It is neither needed nor in any way possible.

    Best regards - Jörg

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    Posted on Dec 11, 2014 at 01:00 PM

    Hi Shail,

    In the Separation action type we won't add / maintain the IT 0003. it is standard and system generated infotype.

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