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Wage Type Permissability for Payroll Area

Hello Experts,

I have a question that should be very easy, but I simply cannot remember it!

Can you assign Wage type permissability at the payroll area level? I thought it was possible, but now that I'm looking for it, I only see permissability for ESGG and PSAs. Is that correct? Am I remembering this wrong? 😊


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    Posted on Apr 29, 2016 at 05:26 AM

    Hello Soren

    You remember it right on a standard SAP level.😊

    However you can have userExits to restrict on payroll Area level I suppose only if you must and cannot achieve via Standard ESG/PSG grouping.

    Speak to an ABAPer

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    • Hi Soren,

      A J is right. ESG/PSA level & User-exit would be the possible ways.

      Another approach is to define your & in a following way (example) and assign to individual payroll area: 1 to 5, employees will be assigned to payroll area - A1 6 to 10, employees will be assigned to payroll area - A2.

      (above 10 sub-groups will be under same EG).

      We can create the wage type permissibility for above 2 groupings which will indirectly control the permissibility of wage types for payroll areas A1 & A2.



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