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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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Oct 26, 2015 at 07:16 AM

Hi,

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

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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• Former Member Former Member

Seems to be working.

still i  need to check again.

thanks for help.

surely will reward points

regards

amit soman

• Former Member
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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• Hi,

Do you mean it is TKAU** which is unpaid absences for all counting classes for partial period?

You may elaborate your question with more detail.

regards,

Bala.

• 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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• BALASUBRAMANIAN AP Former Member

Hi,