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While running payroll Error Division by zero not performed, calculation rule AEPF*/815

Hi All,

I am working on implementation project for UAE country.

While running payroll i got following error.

Division by zero not performed

Calculation rule    AEPF*/815          RTE=TSAP** RTE+TSAX** RTE*KGENAU RTE

Please help me how to resolve the above error.

Thanks,

Shaik Fareed

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    Former Member
    Oct 31, 2015 at 05:51 AM

    Execute payroll & in the payroll log, double click on processing of the PCR which throws the error. Send a screenshot.

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    • Hello Mr Fareed

      This error may be coming for employee for whom separation action was performed and the separated employee selected for payroll. Check the separation action and planned working time infotype 0007 was delemited or not to the separated employee.

      Regards

      EKP YADAV

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    Former Member
    Nov 01, 2015 at 03:48 AM

    As the others said, this may be because of employee's termination.  In any case, the PCR needs to check for employment status with operation STATU or PPPAR and then if the employee is active in the WPBP split period, divide by the hrs (TSSOLL) or days(TKSOLL) as applicable..

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    Nov 01, 2015 at 05:18 PM

    Hi,

    Please check IT8, utilization level. This error may occur when the level is blank.

    Regards,

    DJ

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    Former Member
    Nov 02, 2015 at 06:37 AM

    Hi

    Infotype 0007 is not delimited

    Infotype 0008 is valid and utilization level is filled and employee is active no separation action 😔

    Please find below screen shot of payroll log

    Please guide me / help me on this

    Thanks,

    Shaik


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    • Former Member

      What you do is double click on /815 and place screen sot for better undertanding.

      It is a indication that divisor is not holding any value and it is getting updated as "0" possible place a screen shot of AEPF as well for better understanding.

      Regards

      Venkatesh

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    Former Member
    Nov 02, 2015 at 11:50 AM

    Hi Venkatesh

    Please find attached the screen shot of /815

    Thanks,

    Shaik


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    • Former Member

      Hi Shaik

      TSDIVI means Total working time measured in working hours.  You can see this in the help info that I have attached.  Also attached PPPAR op'n help info.

      I believe the PCR is failing in the WBP split where there are no working hours (or TSDIVI = 0).  You can check this in the output of PARTT function in XT00 sub-schema and the corresponding WPBP split.

      The PCR needs to check for the condition PPPAR R (for the employee being inactive in the entire partial period).  If the return value is R, then no action applies and the output of the /8** w/t will be zero.  This is required in the PCR.

      See sample below:  Also note: after RTE=TSSOLL, Sikinder may have mistyped RTE=TSAP** instead of RTE-TSAP**

      AEPF * / /815

             PPPAR  R

         *      RTE=TSSOLL      Emp active, pro-rating applies

         *      RTE-TSAP**

         *      RTE+TSAX**

         *      RTE*KGENAU

         *      RTE/TSDIVI

         *      ADDWT *

        R                                 Emp. inactive;No action

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    Former Member
    Nov 04, 2015 at 12:23 PM

    Hi

    Issue is resolved.

    Its because of day rule and which is assigned wrongly in VV_T554C_C.

    Thanks for all your guidance.

    Thanks,

    Shaik Fareed

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