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Annual Salary field(SYHR_A_P0008_AF_ANSAL) value in Ad-Hoc report is multiplying the Wage Type 1XXX amount by 12

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The Annual Salary field(SYHR_A_P0008_AF_ANSAL) in Ad-Hoc report is multiplying the Wage Type 1XXX amount by 12 when generating the report through Adhoc query.In our system, the Wage Type 1XXX value is the Annual Salary amount and if an end user generate the report by selection the field Annual Salary (SYHR_A_P0008_AF_ANSAL) the Annual Salary amount is multiplying the Wage Type 1XXX amount by 12.

For Ex: In IT0008,Wage Type 1XXX amount =1000, but in Ad hoc query the Annual Salary field amount is appearing as 12000.

Is this Std behavior that the field (SYHR_A_P0008_AF_ANSAL) always multiply the Wage Type 1XXX amount by 12? If yes, Could you please tell me where the settings are maintained ( for particular Wage Type 1XXX amount should be multiply by 12).There are multiple wage types maintained in IT0008 and the multiplication happens only for one wage type ie.1XXX).

I checked in feature ANSAL,for my country grouping the return value is RPCADD00 in the decision tree .What does this mean?

Please guide me on this issue.

Thanks in Advance...

Regards,

Jobish A

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    Posted on Jan 12, 2015 at 05:37 PM

    "ANSAL"

    Conversion of salary calculated at an annual salary is done

    or converting a calculated annual salary salary.

    To determine the frequency of calculation periods

    list of valid values periods are extracted from the table

    periods parameter (T549R).

    check if periods are correcty created.

    Kind regards,

    Miguel Ángel Orihuela


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