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Indirect Valuation

Hi

I have a requirement related to Indirect valuation of wage types, say conveyance allowance (1CNV).

For Allowance grouping ALG1, 30% of Basic should be defaulted for 1CNV in IT0008,

for Allowance grouping ALG2, 35% of Basic should be defaulted for 1CNV in IT0008,

for Allowance grouping ALG3, 40% of Basic should be defaulted for 1CNV in IT0008.

I tried this with 40ECS feature, but it is not working. Also, I don't want to create multiple wage types just for different % defaulting.

Tista

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    Posted on May 29, 2007 at 02:41 PM

    Hi

    Maintain The Wagetype in View V_T510 for the Payscale groupings without any Amount.

    3 SC 1 2000 01.01.1990 31.12.9999 INR

    In the above case my Wagetype is 2000 and is maintained for Payscale type RE, Payscale Area HO and Payscale group SC.

    After this maintain V_T7INA9 for the wagetype 2000 for Different Allowance groups with different amounts.

    Example:-

    2000 0 No Check for Ee characteristics 200.00 A Allowance INR 01.01.2005 31.12.9999 for Alow. Grp HO38

    2000 0 No Check for Ee characteristics 500.00 A Allowance INR 01.01.2005 31.12.9999 for AlwGrp HO40.

    Already given by Mr Bisu

    Manoj shakya

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    Posted on May 29, 2007 at 05:15 PM

    Hi

    Did you get the answer on how to handle different % based on ALGRP.

    I am also facing the same problem. If you know, do let me share.

    Thanks & Regards

    Arun

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