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ABAP-HR small doubt

Hi,

HRP1000-OBJID and PA0001-PLANS whether these two or same or not.

please let me know.

if these two or not same, can you please provide the logic how to link between these two fields.

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Raj.

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    Posted on Oct 15, 2007 at 11:32 AM

    Hi Raj

    HRP1000-OBJID is a collection of all OM objects, but P0001-PLANS is particularly Positions in PA of HR. P0001-PLANS is a subset of HRP1000-OBJID. For example even P0001-ORGEH, P0001-STELL is also linked to HRP1000-OBJID. These org,. objects are differentiated in HRP1000 table through the field HRP1000-OTYPE. This will take different value like 'S' for P0001-PLANS, 'O' for P0001-ORGEH, 'C' for P0001-STELL etc ... Hope it is what i explained here.

    To link HRP1000-OBJID and P0001-PLANS we can do some thing like

    HRP1000-OTYPE = 'S'

    HRP1000-OBJID = P0001-PLANS

    ~Ranganath

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      Hi Raj

      HRP1000-OBJID is the generic ID for Objects in OM side and IT0001-PLANS just one of the several object types found in OM. if both PA and OM are in sync then for OTYPE = 'S' HRP1001-OBJID = PA0001-PLANS.

      But some times default position '99999999' is attached to PA0001-PLANS for pre-hire action , those will not be found in OM side in HRP1000-OBJID.

      Samikhya

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