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can any one tell me in brief about Schema, PCR, Processing class, Evaluation, Tables & Cumulation & how these are interlinked/processed in ascending order.

Leela

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    Posted on May 29, 2007 at 02:36 PM
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    Posted on May 29, 2007 at 02:33 PM

    Dear Leela,

    <b>PCR:</b>

    Personnel calculation rules (or rules) consist of one or more operations. They

    consist of statements for calculating values in the payroll run and define the

    sequence of these statements. Rules have a decision tree structure. A rule is

    called within a <b>personnel calculation schema</b> to process special subtasks.

    <b>Program class:</b>

    With the Program class attribute, you specify whether the rule is used in Payroll (C) or in Time Management (T).

    <b>Table Display:</b>

    In the table display, you can edit the source text for a rule using a sequence of line and editor commands. For example, you can use these commands to execute the following editor functions

    for the source text:

    • Copy a specific line area

    • Search and replace a character string

    • Syntax check for source text

    Features:

    Source text display

    The table display shows the source text for a specific combination of the Employee subgroup grouping and Wage type attributes. If you want to display a different combination, you can specify this under Other selection/new record. The table display shows the operations belonging to this combination as well as the variable key and accompanying refinements.

    The following editor functions are only available if you have chosen the table display to display or change the source text:

    Compare source text

    Print attributes

    <b>Cumulation:</b>

    Operation ADDDB introduces an action. It cumulates the value from the number of hours field in the specified time type in the TES table (daily balances)

    Hope this will help.

    Regards,

    Naveen.

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