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Wage type

Hi All,

I need a WT stored in RT, but should not be part of calculation of salary.

Do you think if I update P30 helps?. Currently we are using P20 Specification 3

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  • Posted on Jun 01, 2016 at 04:37 PM

    For what country code?

    In your current RT, is there an other Information WT?

    Where the WT will cumulate into RT/CRT depends a lot on where it is created in the Payroll Schema, and maybe on your Country Code.

    In Canada, Processing Class 20 is used at the end of the Gross Calculation Sub-Schema (ZAL0), but some WTs are transfered to RT at the end of the sub-schema for Time Processing (ZT00) through Pr.Cl. 03 or at the end of the sub-schema for Net Calculations (ZDD0) through Pr.Cl. 41

    Use table view V_512W_D to make sure that your Information WT does not cumulate into any of the Cumulators 01 to 99 (related to WT /101 to /199), and check the values of all it's Pr.Cl. to make sure that it has no impact on Gross or Net.

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  • Posted on Jun 10, 2016 at 04:23 PM

    Have you solved your problem yet?

    Please mention for what Country Code, and post the screen capture of that WT in table view V_512W_O.

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    Posted on Jul 08, 2016 at 01:34 PM


    just removed all entries in from processing class and cumulation, kept P30 it helped.

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