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Understanding the table header

Hello Reader,

I would like to know/understand how to read the HEADER of tables of the payroll log.

Say for example:

How wud I know what all is the following header of one of the IT tables of the payroll log "A WT WT Text APC1C2C3aBKoReBTAwvTvNUNIT Amt/Unit No. Amount"



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    May 08, 2017 at 06:35 PM

    A: EE subgroup grouping for personnel calculation rules

    Wage Type: ID and text of wage type being stored

    AP: Key pointer for Cluster

    C1: Country specific split 1(Used for tax splits in US)

    C2: Country specific split 2

    C3: Country specific split 3 (Unassigned)

    AB: Assignment for alternative payment

    KoRe: Pointer for cost accounting (indicates alternate cost assignment)

    BT: Bank transfer indicator ( indicates number of transfers)

    Awv: Absence Assignment

    Tvn: Variable assignment number

    One Amount/Number: Amount per unit (rates, hours, pieces, etc for statistical reporting and tracking)

    Amount: HR payroll amount (In US = dollar amount)

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    • Former Member

      Hi Srinivas,

      Thanks for the explanation.

      Could you plz tell me what is "AP: Key pointer for Cluster" mean? I see there is 1, 2, 3.... against a few wagetypes.

      What does this mean?

      Say for example my table looks like this

      * /XXX Tax 1 Amount

      * /XXX Tax 2 Amount

      * /XXX Tax 3 Amount

      So what is 1, 2 and 3 here for the same wagetype?