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Retro issue-Payroll

Hello All

We have below / wage types available in RT table for current month. But Payroll gone for retro run.

Please let me know by what reason retro has calculated?

Let me know how to check that?

/551 Retrocalc.difference

511.00

/552 Difference prev. Period

1,156.00

/553 Recalc.diff.to last payr.

511.00

/563 Claim from prev. period

1,618.70

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Kumar

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    Posted on Oct 03, 2016 at 02:05 PM

    Hello All

    Any update on this please

    Reg

    Kumar

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      Hello,

      You can find what was retroactively changed by running wagetype reporter IN the month calculated and letting FOR periods displayed. Everything where FOR period isn't equal IN period in the output corresponds to retrocalculated difference. This is the first step only which will help you understand which wagetype(s) caused the change. Then you can continue the analysis to find the root cause in master data changes or customizing changes.

      Cheers, Tomas

  • Posted on Oct 04, 2016 at 06:59 AM

    Execute the Payroll with display log option and find PDT function in the system and double click on it so that we can see values from which period retro differences are coming.

    If you are working for India go through IN42, IN43, IN44 PCR's(Check customized PCR's too) other countries go through Retro active accounting block from the log we will come to know the reason behind it, then accordingly we can adjust the system.

    IT0003 also helps us to find out master data change information.

    We can use info type change log report too.

    Regards

    Venkatesh

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  • Posted on Oct 04, 2016 at 04:40 PM

    Retroactive Payroll Calculation can be triggered by many changes, either in Personnel Administration, Benefits, Time, etc...

    If your Audit Report (program RPUAUD00_PNPCE) has been configured for Standard WorkPlaceBasicPay (WPBP) Infotypes, you should be able to execute it to identify changes that were made between the date that the previous pay was executed and "today". Note that IT0003 should not be included in your Selection Screen since any change to many Infotypes will also generate a change into IT0003.

    Compare the Results Table (RT) from the Payroll Results of the Original Pay to those of the Recalculated Pay, and you should be able to see the origin of some of the variations.

    Also look at the ARRRS table of the recalculated pay since some changes are transfered into the current pay through the Arrears.

    As for WT /563, it shows that the employee had a "Claim" in the previous pay, and the system will recuperate that claim on the current pay's net (if possible, unless special config. is done to spread the recuperation over time).

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