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max number of part appraiser allowed for a 360d appraisal

Hi, experts,

i am trying to implement a 360 degree appraisal using OSA framework(part appraisal).

according to F1 help:

If you have selected only the Part Appraiser (PAPP) and/or Importance

Part Appraisal (PWGT) columns in an appraisal template, this is a 360°

appraisal, and the SAP system does not restrict the number of part

appraisers allowed.

in my template, only have PAPP column , but the maximun number of part appraisers allowed is still set to 18. what's wrong? it should be no limit.

i tried to create a document(using phap_create_pa) , the 18 limitation stop me to add more part appraiser.

i am so confused, does that mean we can not have a REAL 360 appraisal without limitation for part appraiser?

thanks and best regards.


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    Posted on Oct 18, 2007 at 03:45 AM


    i traced into the program, in funciton module


    it's quite clear, there is no special logic for 360 appraisal , the formula is always set to :

    no_of_part_appraisers = ( c_column_max_number - l_total_columns )

    DIV l_part_columns.

    so i think it's not possible to use OSA to depict an REAL 360 appraisal without maximum appraiser limitation.

    the maxi number is (18 -1) / 1 = 17

    which is really a pitty...



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