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Freezing HR records

Hi All experts,

We have a scenario and i wish to have help of you all to solve or suggest me the way to do it.

One of our employee is having a case filed on him, and till the time the case is on, he will not be in office.But when the same person comes back after some time all what he was entitled from that date needs to be given to him .

So for the period when the employee si not in office.. we wish to have the employee records freezed/ locked so that no one can change anything for the employee.

I tried creating an action using "EDQ' but it is failing at lot of infotypes and also gives error that "EDQ is not for the module programme...."

Please suggest me how i should achieve this?

Awaiting your reply ASAP..



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    Posted on Mar 21, 2006 at 01:41 PM

    You should "Test Procedures". You can specify a test procedure for the given infotypes (or subtype) in the T584A and V_T584A tables (Test Procedures – Infotype Assignment). For infotypes without subtypes, specify <BLANK> as the subtype. For infotypes that support subtypes, you must explicitly specify each subtype to be checked.

    When you have made this entry, you can create a data record of the Test Procedures infotype (0130). The subtype of this data record is the test procedure specified in T584A. This data record contains the check date amongst other things. As soon as this check date has been entered in the data record, a user, who is not authorized to change the check date (that is the subtype of the 0130 infotype), cannot make any changes that are before the check date to the infotype to be checked.If and when the employee returns, you can delete the I0130 records.

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