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Error in creation of PCR

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For country grouping 24 we have GOSI(Insurance). wagetype /370 for GOSI applicable earnings /320 - EE contribution /321- EMP contribution .

Percentage of /321 is 10 of /370 and /321 is 12 of /370. As per the standard it is calculating correctly.


If employee age is => 60 age as per Hijri calendar, calculation should be /9% & 11% of /370 respectively.

PCR for your reference


when inserted PCR in schema and tried to run payroll it is throwing error STOP No rule in Key.

Kindly suggest how to create and overwrite the existing /321 & /320 with age 60 calculation.



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    Posted on Dec 16, 2014 at 05:52 PM

    By what Function are you calling these PCRs in your Payroll Schema, and with what values for Par1 and Par2 ?

    In ZA29, operation CMPER is useless if the only return value is *.

    In ZA30, the syntax of Operation AMT*ZGO10 seems incorrect. By what are you trying to multiply the Amount of WT /370 ?

    In ZA30, the syntax of Operation ADDWT/321 seems incorrect. If you want to add the Rate, Number and modified Amount of WT /370 into WT /321 in the Output Table, there should be a space between ADDWT and /321.

    If the Output is elsewhere, use the appropriate character.

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