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GKAU**

Hi Experts,

I very well know GKAU** is Unpaid absence in calendar days for all counting classes

Suppose GKAU** = 4 . Unpaid absence days are say 5th oct, 6th oct, 19th oct and 20th oct

Say I am running payroll for the month of oct 15

doubt is simple when we speak of GKAU** it is absence days within 01.10.15 to 31.12.15. Here it is 4.

But now I need to calculate Unpaid absence in calendar days for all counting classes for only 01.10.15 to 15.10.15

I know the answer is 2 days 5th oct, 6th oct .

But now what is is called ? like it is called GKAU** for entire month.

regards

amit soman

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2015 at 07:16 AM

    Hi,

    Please find the solution.

    Hope this helps you out.

    1) Since you are entering the 2SPA wagetype in IT0014.

    First step would be to perform WPBP split up as per 2SPA entry in IT0014

    ( for correct factorization ).

    Standard SAP PCRs doesn't perform WPBP split on IT0014 entries, hence a custom PCR has to be written for the same.

    Input

    WPBP --- 01.09.2015 30.09.2015 01 partial period

    P0014 --- 2SPA 3000 INR 21.09.2015 30.09.2015

    Desired output

    To split WPBP and place 2SPA in correct partial period split as shown below.

    WPBP --- 01.09.2015 20.09.2015 01 partial period

    21.09.2015 30.09.2015 02 partial period

    IT --- 2SPA 02 partial period 3000 INR

    This can be achieved my modifying PCR X011 and explicitly specifying rule for 2SPA

    make use of operation WPBPC with parameter as 'S' ( refer documentation for same ).

    Once the Split is achieved partial period factorization can be done as required.

    2) Eg if /801 is assigned for 2SPA factorization

    /801

    RTE=TKSOLL Set

    RTE-TKAU** Subtraction

    RTE*KGENAU Multiplication

    RTE/TKDIVI Division

    ADDWT * OT Output table

    Output

    WPBP --- 01.09.2015 20.09.2015 01 partial period

    21.09.2015 30.09.2015 02 partial period

    IT --- 2SPA 02 partial period 3000 INR

    /801 02 partial period = ( TKSOLL [10] - TKAU** [1] ) * 100,000.00 / 30

    = 30,000

    XVAL pcr will take care of the prorated calculation with the output as

    Output

    WPBP --- 01.09.2015 20.09.2015 01 partial period

    21.09.2015 30.09.2015 02 partial period

    IT --- 2SPA 02 partial period 900 INR

    Thanks and Regards

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  • Posted on Oct 23, 2015 at 08:34 AM

    correction

    doubt is simple when we speak of GKAU** it is absence days within 01.10.15 to 31.10.15. Here it is 4.

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  • Posted on Oct 25, 2015 at 09:03 AM

    Hi Amit,

    Are you running payroll by Weekly...!

    Can you elaborate you scenario...!

    Regards

    Mohan

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