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I hv heard personal action but what is a dynamic action??I am new to SAP

thanks n regards

Neha

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2007 at 07:02 AM

    Hi,

    Dynamic actions control the initiation of actions when maintaining an infotype record.

    This can be the maintenance of an additional infotype record or performing a routine.

    For each action, you can determine whether it is always carried out when you change an infotype or a subtype or whether it is only carried out if you change certain fields.

    You can state whether the action is to be carried out for "Change", "Create" and/or "Delete" record.

    You can store the conditions for executing the action, for example, the comparison of the old and new value of a field.

    Finaly, you can also specify default values for a record that is to be created.

    For additional info on dynamic actions,

    Goto SPRO-> Personnel Management->PA->Customizing procedures->Dynamic Actions. Click the help button.

    Hope this helps you.

    Regards,

    Subbu.

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      Hi Neha,

      Dynamic Action is used to default the values and Maintain the infotypes background or foreground. by using dynamic action we can maintain dependent infotype based on primary infotype.

      Ex: When you say the employee Married in IT 0002, System will automatically trigeer Infotype 0021 asking you to store the Family details.

      You can right ur own dynamic action in the Table "T588Z", you can access this table by using SM30.

      Regards

      <b>Anil.C</b>

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2007 at 07:59 AM

    Hi,

    These threads will give you a clear picture of dynamic actions and step by step procedures.

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    Regards,

    Manoj.

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2007 at 09:27 AM

    Hi Neha,

    Dynamic action autmatically triggers the subsequent activites. There are very useful stad dynamic action in PA or for that matter even in recruitment module.

    Which module are you working on ?

    Regards

    Minal

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2007 at 09:54 AM

    Hi,

    fIND

    Dynamic actions are activities triggered automatically by R/3 during infotype maintenance. The database table T588Z is a set of records that stores information related to dynamic actions. The module pool MPNNNN00 of all infotypes includes the standard program MPPERS00. That program contains routines for calling dynamic action functionality. Each time you press the save button on the maintenance screen of an infotype, the PAI (process after input) section of the screen calls these routines. This is to check the table T588Z for starting any dynamic action relevant to the current infotype.

    The maintenance of dynamic actions is done via the view V_T588Z, as shown in Figure 1 (IMG menu path Personnel Management>Global Settings in Personnel Management>Basic Settings>Infotypes>Create Dynamic Actions).

    REWARDS

    POINTS

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2007 at 01:10 PM

    Hi Neha,

    Please give me you r Id, i will sent the document on Dynamic actions.

    i think it will help you.

    Thanks,

    vasu.

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