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Funtion DEFTP converting more planned pairs in QTY server

Hi Experts,

While i am executing Time Evaluation in Quality server the function DEFTP is converting extra planned pairs, please see the screen shot:

But in Dev Server the Function DEFTP not converting extra planned pair & it is running according the planned working hours,

please see the screen shot:

You can also see the difference between value of Utility time type 1 (0000) & Utility time type 2 (0001) in both the server.

Please let me know where i am making a mistake. For both the server, employee master data for this testing are same.

Regards,

Deepak

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    Posted on Feb 13, 2015 at 09:27 AM

    Hi Deepak,

    Please check the value of constant TGMAX in Table V_T511K in both clients.

    I think they are different.

    If they are same, then check the value of maximum working hour for the given DWS in Table V_T550A in both the clients. This value may also be different.

    Let me know how it goes.


    Thanks and regards,

    Vivek Barnwal

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    Posted on Feb 11, 2015 at 09:52 AM

    It depends on work schedule of an employee check employee work schedule both clients are having same work schedule or not i hope they are not same maintain same work schedule in both the clients and check.

    Regards

    Venkatesh

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    • Former Member Deepak Kumar

      As suggested check TGMAX as well it should be similar in both the clients even though it is not working then you have to debug and ask him to put a break point to function "DEFTP" then execute PT60 he can come to know what is happening.

      You give correct test case to him and ask him to compare both the clients what is missing.

      Regards

      Venkatesh

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