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can any one plz. help me in understanding about these operaitons? why do we use these operations? any scenario based expalnation would be of great help.

Kindly do not just provide F1 doc help of these operations...thank u for ur understanding...


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    Posted on Oct 20, 2015 at 07:25 AM


    OPIND will be used to reverse the sign of the wage type.

    This operation has been used in in X011 pcr.

    Example:A deduction wage type entered in infotype 0014 with positive value,OPIND will read that wage type characteristic in table V_T511 and if the tick is there for Deduction WT ,then OPIND will assign minus sign to the wage type.

    SETIN Setting the wage type split

    The above operation will be used to set the split.

    Example :If you want to process a wage type for ESG grouping for PCR is 3,in the log if you find the wage type is having ESG grouping for PCR is * before your PCR starts,Then in your pcr you can use SETIN R=3.



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  • Posted on Oct 20, 2015 at 12:08 PM

    In a pcr (using pe02), if you set your cursor on an Operation, you can call the help through the ? icon or through the F1 key.

    Just to add to what Ramesh and Venkatesh have already said, operation ELIMI is used in a pcr to eliminate some or all splits, either to that the output no longer has the unrequired split(s), or in order to be able to match the splits of an other WT in the Input Table that you want to read in the pcr.

    In the last case, operation RESET will be used to restore the initial splits before output to the IT.

    In the following example, WT XXXX will be created without any splits while the WT being processed will retain the splits it had in the Input Table:

    ELIMI *

    NUM= /225



    ZERO= RN

    RESET *

    ADDWT *

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    • Look at the Input Table to any pcr in your Payroll Schema, and you'll notice that not all Wage Types have the same splits.

      For example, the top ones are for ESG *, while the last ones are for ESG 1 to 9.

      In a pcr, you may need to remove some splits in order to be able to read a WT that does not have that same splits, but resetting them before transfering the original WT into the Output Table. Note that once a split is eliminated in a pcr, most are impossible to reset in a different pcr, so be careful what you do.

      As for "technical operations", I'm not sure what you mean by that.

  • Posted on Oct 20, 2015 at 07:43 AM

    ELIMI can be used to eliminate splits i.e when we have more than a record in particular pay pariod let say monthly 01.01.2015 - 15.01.2015 16.01.2015 - 31.01.2015.

    Now when it comes to payroll processing it shows 2 records in the table we want to eliminate them then we can use ELIMI.

    SETIN can be used set those splits.

    We have splits at master data level we eliminated them now we wanted set them back we can use SETIN


    Can be used to reverse the sign of deduction wage type i.e wage type should be deduction wage type then we can set negative indicator by using OPIND operation.

    IT0014 or IT0015, IT0057 deduction wage type's we can enter amount normally with out using negative sign while processing we can replace the same component with "-" sign.

    For more information go through documentation by using PDSY, PE04 Transactions.

    Go through below link as well.

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