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Hi

I have a scenario I have to create a payslip client requirement is after exit the payroll whatever fall in cluster table that I have to come to payslip.

Eg in RT log there is 2 lop but when they ran pc_pay result for an employee in RT cluster table it is 0.50 lop that we have to show in payslip not from the rt log

I have created pcl2 table in pe51_checktab and field betpe still not fetching the data

Pls help!!

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  • Posted on Nov 15, 2015 at 03:45 AM

    Hi,

    Could not understand some where you don't want to take from RT table.

    See if you want to show the LOP days in the payslips then you have to pass the LOP days to wage type which will be passed to RT table. Hence you are saying that it's passing to RT then check its stored as amount or number. Based on that design your window section for LOP wage type (days) or Line.

    Share the RT table details. Since if cluster is not updated then it would not be updated t op Payslip so before getting the output in payslip, RT table should be updated.

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  • Posted on Nov 16, 2015 at 10:22 AM

    Hi,

    What I understand from your question is,

    You should freeze the time entries (particularly the absences entries) in SAP system, once you run payroll. Or you should allow the employees to view the payslip in ESS only after exiting the payroll. This is something to be done in process and not in payslip. You cannot differentiate the payroll control record status (exit/not-exit) in payslip.

    As per my understanding, what ever you mapped in payslip form from RT table is displayed (as per the expert Sankarsan specified).

    regards,

    Bala.

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