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What is the Actions Operations ?

Hi Experts,

This is Ramesh.

Anybody tell me the Correct Personnel Actions

Like: Employee Hiring Action Operation:

0000 INS

0001 INS

0002 INS etc.

Like Termination Action Operation:

0000 Lis9

0001 Lis9

0002 Lis9 etc.

here I want to Exact Action Operations

Change of Pay Action Operation

Change of Position Action Operation

Transfer Action Operation

Re-entry to Organization Action Operation

Retirement Action Operation

Please any one suggestion me.

Thanks & regards,

Ramesh.

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  • Posted on Jul 08, 2016 at 07:17 AM

    Hi,


    These actions differ from company to company. Anyway, you can use like below:


    For pay change,


    COP0008COP0001COP0007COP0008COP0008COP0008


    For transfer,

    INS0001INS0002

    Retirement,

    COP0000INS0060
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  • Posted on Jul 08, 2016 at 05:14 PM

    When you are creating or updating an InfoGroup (in table view V_T588D), you can get the list of all possible Operations by using the "Drop-down" menu.

    In a Hire action, you will use most exclusively the INS Operation to create Infotypes, but in any other Action, the Operation used would depend on the Infotype, the Action and the Company practices.

    For any Action, think of what Infotypes should be impacted (other than IT0000) and how. Also take into account the Dynamic Actions that are configured.

    In the above example for an Organizational Re-assignment, IT0007 will be copied, but that means that Features TMSTA and SCHKZ will not be called. Also, the InfoGroup does not show that upon saving IT0007, the Dynamic Action will automatically copy IT0008 (with the same Start Date) which will then copy a Custom Infotype (with the same Start Date).


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