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help : how to configure attendance in schema (PE02)

dear SAP masters,

can u help me find what's wrong with my schema? it can't work properly

VARSTP2002 :
- N
- Y : 
      HRS?4.00 :
      - <
      - = :
            - HRS=1
            - ADDZLS2816
      - > :
            - HRS=1
            - ADDZLS2816

(condition : if there is some data in Infotype 2002, then check if attendance hours / STDAZ is more or equal to 4 hours, then add some value to wage type 2816)

thanks & regards,

Edison

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    Posted on Oct 29, 2007 at 06:32 AM

    hai..

    pls modify ur PCR ( Not Schema) in the following way

    outtpprtyp

    n

    y

    hrs=d1234( create a time type )

    HRS?4.00 :

    - <

    - = :

    - HRS=1

    - ADDZLS2816

    - > :

    - HRS=1

    - ADDZLS2816

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    Posted on Nov 06, 2007 at 04:50 AM

    i found a wrong calculation in some case..

    so i mark this thread as unanswered.

    pls help again..

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    Posted on Nov 06, 2007 at 04:50 AM

    i found a wrong calculation in some case..

    so i mark this thread as unanswered.

    pls help again..

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    • Hi Edison,

      Please let me know example of cases in which you got the wrong calculations.

      Please use the function PTIP to call the rule.\

      are you saying that this rule doesnt work for some holidays and its working for only some?

      if thats the case check the holiday classes of those holidays.This rule works well for the holidays of holiday class1.

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