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Issue on Country Reassignment - IT0041 Does Not Get Populated w/ Old Data

Hi Everyone,

Hope you all are doing good.

Just a quick one, hope you could share your thoughts on this. When our Client performs "Country Reassignment" action in PA40, an employee does get a new PERNR; we do know that for Country Reassignment Action Type, one just need to check the "Country Reassignment" indicator. Once this indicator is set, internally, the country reassignment action combines the New Hire Action with the New PERNR and the Separation Action for the OLD PERNR in one single concise step. However, the Original Hire Date, Seniority Date, Regional Adj.Service Date, Entitlement Date, among others in IT0041 DO NOT get populated or copied from his previous/old PERNR's IT0041, to his new PERNR.

Our Client was able to reassign an employee to a different country with the system copying Date Types U1 (Original Hire Date), U2 (Latest Hire Date) and U4 (Regional Adjusted Service Date) from the OLD PERNR's IT41 to NEW PERNR. But just recently, it's not working anymore.

Any idea how to populate IT0041 with employee's previous data by default?

Or, is there any documentation or correction SNote which could address this?

I'm relatively new to SAP Functional so I could use the help of SAP Experts like you guys 😉.

Hope to receive a response from anyone.

Thanks a lot in advance!

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    Posted on Nov 10, 2015 at 06:11 AM

    Through SM30, maintain table V_t582A. Select infotype 41 & click on details. I think selecting the checkbox for Copy Infotype or Propose infotype should solve your problem. Have not tried this myself, so I suggest you click on F1 and read the documentation & see what would meet your requirement.

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