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LOP days display in payslip

Dear Experts,

Our system is configured with OM, PA and payroll india.

There is no time management configuration done, only basic configuration for the purpose of Manual entry and Bapi's upload.

There is a absence type created and No quota configuration.

User will enter the LOP days in IT2001.

When ever payroll runs, the LOP days showing in payroll results as ABC table, however it was not showing in the Payslip.

In payslip PE51 LOP field has been added and given input as ABC and calendays. It was showing result as 0 in payslip.

Later field has been changed to RT, ANZHL and inserted /846 wage type, then it is resulting in to absence hours in the payslip.

I have tried with T554C table convert time unit as KT (calendar days) by inserting /846 wage type. it has given error in pay roll run

Can any one help us how to convert absence hours into absence days when there is only basic time management configuation exists.



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  • Oct 21, 2015 at 05:03 PM

    Unless the Absences table is accessible directly through the Remuneration Statement for Payroll: India

    (and it is not for Payroll: Canada, as you can see from this screen capture),

    you will need to create an Information WT (sometimes called a "dummy WT") to transfer that information into when processing IT2001.

    Alternatively, you can create a pcr to convert the value of /846 into your Information WT, using operations TABLE 508A  NUM/BTGSTD

    Any WT that exists in the Results Table (RT) of the Payroll Results Cluster can be configured to be printed on the Remuneration Statement.

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    • A "dummy" wage type, which I prefer to call an Information WT, is a wage type that does not have any impact on Gross or Net, and that can't be entered through an Infotype.  You may already have such WTs in your Results Table. If so, copy one of them, if not, look at the Model WTs for your Country code.  Here is an example (viewed through V_512W_O) from Country Code 07 (Canada).

      If WT /846 already holds the number of Absence Hours, you would need to create a pcr that reads it's value, divides it by the daily work schedule hours and transfers the result into your information WT, and the place to add this pcr in your schema is after WT /846 gets generated.

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  • Nov 12, 2015 at 06:27 AM

    Hi ,

    For this you need to pass the LOP day's to custom wage type and that you can call in your PCR.

    Create a custom wage type and include that wage type in the V_T 554C table that absence valuation rule. Once you will add this wage type in the absence type valuation rule then it will come to IT table with details no of day's LOP during that payroll period which you have maintained in IT2001.

    Based upon the PC08 this wage type amount will pass to RT table.

    In the PE51 pay slip you can call this wage type and add accordingly.



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    • Former Member

      Dear Sankar,

      Thanks for your inputs, can you please let me know from which wage type we have to copy a custom wagetype and how can we write pcr on this.

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    Nov 12, 2015 at 11:42 AM

    When we wanted to show absence days on payslip we should make sure that wage type should be available in RT.

    To get a wage type to RT we have to copy a wage type which is holding all attributes then same needs to be maintained in V_T554C with required time unit.

    Once it gets updated in RT then same can be assigned to remuneration statement to show it on Pay slip.



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      Go to table V_T554C under valuation using constants/averages you can see wage type field click on drop down box take reference as any of the wage types and copy from it.

      Same can be used to display values on payslip i.e we should add wage type to remuneration statement..