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SAP PT doubts

Hi masters! I have a doubt, I wonder how I can solve this:

Whenever a worker fails to comply with 11 hours of rest between turns, the worker must enjoy the respective extra hours. If a worker leaves at 24:00 Friday and come to work at 08h00-16h00 Saturday , the employee has not met its 11-hour rest , then the period from 08h00 to 11h00 (3 hours) - has to be enjoyed within next 3 business days

First of all, how can I control the difference between last time pair and next day first time pair? Can I play with HRS=PTEND from the last time pair of a day, and compare with HRS=PTBEG from first time pair of next day? or how can I made it?

Thanks a lot, gurus.

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  • Posted on Apr 02, 2015 at 10:35 PM

    I think you can .

    check that can you able to transfer it to time type or not then you can bring it to current day and compare with the 1st clock in entry which you have stored into another time type. After done the calculation make theses two time type zero for make availability future calculation of same.

    Regards,

    Sankarsan

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  • Posted on Apr 02, 2015 at 11:13 PM

    In PE04 display help for the operation; or in PE02 enter the operation (HRS in this case) & press Help key (F1). This provides all help info including possible usage and meaning.

    For current time pair:

    HRS=PBEG starting time

    HRS=PEND ending time

    For current DWS

    HRS=SNTB starting time incl.any substitution

    HRS=SNTE ending time

    HRS=S no.of DWS hrs

    Before you check last pair, it is normal practice to sort the TIP (this is in the standard TP01 sub schema, after PBRKS completion).

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