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Which wage type can be checked in RT for pay check

Hi All,

I have a situation where in I need to check if employee has payment or not for a particular pay period. Which wage type can be used to check if employee has payment for the particular pay period?

Can I use /560 (amounts to be paid) or /101 (Total Gross) to check if employee has payment or not?

Appreciate your expertise on this.

Regards,

Purnima

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  • Posted on Jul 17, 2016 at 06:56 PM

    Hi,

    You can check the Combination of secondary wage types /557, /558 and /559 for 'Payment' and /560 is net pay.

    Note - As per std SAP - Wage types /560 and /562 are not posted.

    Regards

    Vinodh L K

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  • Posted on Jul 18, 2016 at 03:53 PM

    Even if the employee has a positive amount in Total Gross (/101), it does not mean that he/she will get a payment (check or EFT) since the deductions could be greater than the gross.

    As @Vinodh L K mentioned, check WTs in the /557 to /562 range (since it is possible for the employee to have two payments if Payroll was reprocessed after printing the checks. Usually, looking at WT /559 should be enough.

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    Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 03:29 AM

    Many thanks Remi and Vinod. It was helpful answer. But we have decided not to use RT table as we have some other complexity. We are checking employee master data to achieve this.

    Thanks for your time response.

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