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HR ABAP

Hi friends,

I am new to HR ABAP. Please help me on it.

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    Posted on Aug 22, 2006 at 06:47 AM

    hi

    good

    GO THROUGH THIS LINK

    http://www.planetsap.com/hr_abap_main_page.htm

    THANKS

    MRUTYUN

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    Posted on Aug 22, 2006 at 07:41 AM

    Chauhan,

    For All infotypes refer table <b>T582S</b>.

    Infotype is a 4char value say '0000', 0041'...etc.

    All the table name starts with PA as prefix, say PA0000, PA0041...etc.

    For ur kind information, all the tables key fields are PERNR

    SUBTY

    ENDDA

    BEGDA etc.

    Mostly the above said fields are commenly used for HR data retrival. PERNR is common in all HR table and is used as base field for querying any HR table.

    If helpful, Reward Points.

    Regards,

    Chandhan

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    Posted on Sep 05, 2006 at 04:42 PM

    hi

    HR ABAP is very much like normal ABAP programming only thing which differs is use of Logical databases as in HR there is huge data involved. In Hr ABAP we need to use infotypes and tables as well , infotypes gets filled when control executes GET event in the program and we play over those and there is also some use of cluster table whcih also gets filled throughsome macros which we need to use for filling them , there are some SAP internal table as well which gets populated by use fo macro and we can fetch data from them , its much similar like normal ABAP , statements and other logic are same ony you need to know is use of <b>LDB and Macros</b>

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