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FM to get supervisor information?

I know the pa and hrp tables where this information is stored. But what i am looking for is a FM or BAPI where i enter an employee pernr and it returns me its supervisor pernr and other supervisor personal data such as First, Last Name and email.

If i can get supervisor pernr from the FM is also great. Because then i know an other FM which can be used to get supervisor's personal data.



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    Posted on Jul 10, 2007 at 03:50 PM

    Hi Nahman,

    I am not aware if there is any FM which can give pernr of supervisor for the employee pernr but for employee position you can get the supervisor / manager

    position .There are many FM's for this

    check :-




    and many more ....

    well i think you can pick position of employee from hrp1001 against the pernr & get his manager position with FM & from the manager position get the manager pernr (sobid) against object type P & relationship A008 - Holder from hrp1001

    Then you already have a FM for picking up the other data you require.

    I think this shud solve your problem.

    Hope this helps.

    Kindly reward in case useful.

    Anyone having any other better thoughts or ideas or a direct FM for the same ?

    Regards & Thanks,

    Darshan Mulmule

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  • Posted on Jul 10, 2007 at 04:31 PM

    AFAIK, you can't get the info in one shot.. Have you checked the sample code I posted on this Thread">Thread>?


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    • Former Member

      Hi Suresh,

      This is very good piece of info.

      Actually i was also searching for a similar FM in the past

      few days but hadn't found it earlier.

      Appreciate your valuable contribution.

      Rgds ,


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