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Indirect Evaluation of Wagetype

Hey Guys,

I have been finding it difficult to evaluate wagetype 1017.In the attached screenshot,

wagetype 1017 has to be a %age (mentioned in wagetype 1011) of total of wagetype 1000 and wagetype 1200.

wagetype 1011 is an input value by the user. I was able to bring total of the 2 wagetypes but then again I need to prorate into % given in wagetype 1011.

Example :-

1000 = Rs. 10,000

1200 = Rs. 12,000

1011 = 5%

1017 = 5% (10,000 + 12,000) = Rs. 1,100

Note :- we do not process payroll for these employees. This value is being picked for ECM processes.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Regards,

ARNAV...

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    Posted on Jul 15, 2016 at 07:34 AM

    Hi Arnav,

    Let me know, Is your % Fixed?

    Regard

    KKS

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    Posted on Jul 15, 2016 at 09:45 AM

    You can store the percentage in wage type 1017 itself. You do not need a separate wage type only for the percentage.Try this:

    1) In v_t511, assign the below characteristics to wage type 1017:

    Amount +

    Number/unit +

    Time unit/meas. Percent

    Indirect eval.module PRZNT

    Module variant B

    2) In v_t539J, create two entries for wage type 1017, one for each base wage type. In both the records, assign the module PRZNT & Percent should be 100.

    Then when you are entering wage type 1017 in IT 8, specify the percentage for that employee. The system will calculate the amount for wage type 1017 as (sum of base wage type amounts)* wage type 1017 percentage.

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      The solution i recommended requires storage of the percentage in wt 1017 itself. There is no need for 1011. Store the percentage in 1017 & the corresponding amount will be calculated in the same wage type through PRZNT.

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