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Able to book OT while absent???

Hello Friends,

I am using schema TM04 without clock time.

On a particular day i booked the absence thru IT 2001, simultaneously i can also book OT hours thru IT 2010 on the very same day.

I have checked all possible config from my end but unable to resolve the issue.

Can anyone suggest me some config so that it may fix this problem?

regards,

Amit

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    Posted on Mar 25, 2015 at 05:19 PM

    Before you make changes, please check your Business Requirements as this scenario is sometimes required.

    For example, an employee could be on vacation (Absence) and still be called in to fix a problem, and the Contract/CollectiveAgreement could specify that in this scenario the employee would be entitled to Overtime.

    Check table view V_554Y_B for your current configuration on "Time Constraint Reaction for Time Management Infotypes", but IT2010 is not in mine (we don't use IT2010).

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  • Posted on Mar 25, 2015 at 11:41 PM

    In V_T554Y, for IT 2002 with IT 2001, you can use 'W' to give a warning. Similarly on the reverse, for IT 2001 with IT 2002. However this would not allow checking collision for specific absence/attendance types.

    In LXPADU01 or 02, you can code additional checks, so that specific attendance types are allowed for specific absence types. This include or its copy ZXPADU01/02 in some implementations, is used for user exit function call from the employee data maintenance module MPxxxxxx, used by PA30, PA40, etc.

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