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CEDT / Cumulate NUM/AMT per period

May 18, 2017 at 07:11 PM

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Currently hourly employees have individual entries for each day they work (and extra entries for OT). To save space on the remuneration statement, the business would like to create one cumulated entry per period for the NUM and AMT fields.


The split is T, but when I remove splits it also cumulates the RTE. How can i configure the line so that it displays just the single entry of RTE, but the cumulated NUM & AMT? Is there a CRT table that has the cumulated values per period? If I keep the split for the RTE, then it displays the multiple lines, is there a way to stop that?

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antoine foucault May 23, 2017 at 04:14 PM
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CRT is an option if you are making your cumulation per payroll period on top of the other frequencies.

Assuming your rate is flat, you probably can do this in payroll:

-Either keep the rate for the first or the last wage entry.

-Cumulate all entries for this specific wagetype into a new one and print the new one :)

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