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Heading of RT tables in payroll log

Hi,

Can anyone tell me the full form and meaning of the headings of RT table and other IT table that are formed when a payroll is run.

I got the last 4 terms as they are self explanatory and remaining are hard to understand...

Please help

Thanks and Regards

Upender Reddy

PCRlGr Wage/salary type WC C1 C2 C3 Assign: AltPay CA BT Abs.

VarAssign Unit Rate Number Amount

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    Posted on Jul 04, 2007 at 02:34 AM

    WC WPBP assignment

    PCRlGr Employee subgroup grouping for personnel calculation rule

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      C1, C2 and C3 stand for country specific splits. Normally this is not of much relevance since this is a facility that SAP has included to split WTs depending on customer conditions. This split can be split in the PCRs using the operation SETIN. Please refer to the documentation on PE04 for this operation for further details.

      BT is used for the bank Transfer assignment number. This is the first field in the BT table in the payroll results. This field is normally assigned to bank transfer WT. For e.g., in UK payroll, this field is populated for WT /559.

  • Posted on Jul 04, 2007 at 02:56 PM

    Did you try displaying the structure PC207 in SE11? This will give you info on each field of RT table.

    ~Suresh

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