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Negative Sign to Display in Payslip

Hi,

For Zimbabwe Payroll, we have a Deduction Wage type which is maintained via IT0014.

The requirement is to display the wage type in payslip same as how it is maintained in IT0014.

Hence if in IT0014 the amount is maintained with minus sign then in payslip also it should show minus.

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Line Layout is 02 X and Conversion is currently set to 19 (suppress). This setting displays amount but no negative sign even though it is maintained in IT0014.

Can you help resolve the issue.

Regards

KP

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  • Posted on Jul 12, 2016 at 05:52 AM

    Hello KP

    could you show the screenshot of the RT Table in both scenarios(+ve amount and negative amount)

    regards

    Ajay

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  • Posted on Jul 13, 2016 at 06:39 AM

    Hi

    In PE51 in cumulation table under deductions in MS Field put as negative sign ➖ . Please check and let me know.


    Regards

    Vinodh L K

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi KP,


      Venkatesh is right, You should amend WT characteristics in V_T511. To be more specific, if you do not tick 'Deduction WT', you must enter deductions as negative values. However, if it's already ticked, then even if you enter values as negative (either in IT14 or IT15), they will be displayed as positive on a payslip. 2 minuses are '+' after all.


      Kind Regards,

      Simona

  • Posted on Jul 13, 2016 at 04:11 PM

    hi,

    In line layout change the print option change the conversion field as 16,

    Regards

    Vinodh L K


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  • Posted on Jul 26, 2016 at 04:49 PM

    The Payslip (or Remuneration Statement) is a report, like many others, and it's output depends on many factors, such as current or retroactive variation or the sign in RT/CRT.

    As mentioned by Former Member, a WT's Characteristice (in table T511) should identify wether a WT is a Payment or a Deduction, even if you can make a WT do the opposite of what it was built for if you create an Infotype with a negative value.

    As @Vinodh L K pointed out, you should be able to reverse the sign through the "Conversion" Print Option.

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