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payroll psoting issue

HI All,

recently i am facung with one issue on payroll posting, i.e, i did payroll psoting, simulation everyting is good, in live ( P) mode i am getting the errror is

Payroll result has already been evaluated in run N0 88.

ok i went to PU01 , like to del posting month, but i am getting, Deletion Forbidden Result was Posted with Posting Run.( PP 88). Let me Know the System Behaviour . Thank you.

Best Regards

Kaanakaiah

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    Posted on Aug 22, 2016 at 07:47 AM

    When I am tryiyn to delete the psoting run from RPCIPDEL, is vomiting Like

    You have tried to delete the PP 0000000088 run. However, this run is a productive run and cannot be deleted further. This is because the data has already been transferred to financial accounting.

    Pls guide me how to del the posting run, at moment we dont ahve any FI consultant. Guide me to resolve this issue.

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    Posted on Aug 22, 2016 at 08:10 AM

    You have already posted the payroll result, why do you want to post it again?

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