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Basic Salary coming twice in Payslip - India


The basic salary for one of our employee is showing in split(making it shown twice) although the sum is correct. i am unable to understand the reason behind this. Here is the screenshot for the same.

we have tried the following but no change

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  • Posted on Aug 11, 2016 at 04:56 AM

    Before Making the changes , please check the following

    1. Check whether the splits are forming in Result table.

    2. If yes , Then check the sumation and maintain DSPLIT feild in PE51 From for the below wage types in Cumulation IDS

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    • I think you have taken me wrongly. I have asked to check the RT table for the following employee in PC_payresult

      and also check DSPLIT Feild in PE51 for this Wage type.

      RT table splits are genuine , those splits should be added into single line Item and should be displayed in payslip

      Ex : Employee have 5000 there is a split in mid of the month

      In RT table it will be 2500 , 2500 but in payslip it should be shown as single line item 5000

      This is an example it may vary form case to case

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    Posted on Aug 11, 2016 at 06:51 AM

    There are 2 records were maintained in one month i.e 01.07.2016 - 15.07.2016, 16.07.2016 - 31.07.2016 (eg) accordingly wage types are being displayed on Payslip. You can check employees master data from IT0000, IT0001, 0007, 00008 etc you will get an idea.

    This can be shown as one line item by implementing certain changes in PE51 Transaction. While adding a wage type in Window we can maintain * * * i.e delete all split indicators similarly it can be maintained in Cumulation ID node too.



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