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Rule question - get a concept from DZL

Dear Gurues,

I want to read in time management schedule scheme a value from ZL table (DZL).

Im trying with this rule in main scheme:

PZL | ZZZZ | GEN | M

within ZZZZ I put the following (it intends to be a tree graphic):

*.

..5670

....HRS=D0310

....ADDZLM5670

Problem: It doest work. But in DZL entries exists this concept and other one (both are overtime concepts), and if I change 5670 for 5690 (the other), it works.

Im getting crazy with this

Any help is very appreciated.

Thanks,

Meier C.

Message was edited by: Christian Meier

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    Posted on Aug 24, 2006 at 06:23 AM

    Hi Meire,

    How about table V_T510S, this where it will select relavant wage type for DZL. Kindly check through this table, you may able to get an view about this.

    Regards

    Niranjan

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    Posted on Aug 24, 2006 at 07:49 AM

    U should put the rule after the function CUMBT.Please chekc if this is the case or not?

    If this does not help then see if ur Time Wage Type is beiing generated correctly or not I mean if the rules etc are all correct.

    Let me know if this helps?

    Message was edited by: Aniket Chatterjee

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    Posted on Aug 30, 2006 at 03:48 PM

    Thank you all for your helpful answers!

    I could achieved it by using rule OUTZL WGT to store in the variable which WT is looping.

    Thanks a lot

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