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Public Holiday not to be counted/deducted from absence quota

Hi Guys,

How to exclude the public holidays from counting and deducting the absence quota.

In employee IT0007 that day is showing Holiday class = 01, off/paid, I have unchecked Holiday class = 01 in counting rule for that absence.

Even after this it is deducting the quota ...

How to solve this issue...........ur valuable inputs

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    Posted on Nov 11, 2007 at 01:40 PM

    Hi,

    What day type are you using?

    Please maintain the counting rule and deduction rule for your absence quota type. Also assign the counting rule to your absences.

    Hope this helps,

    Reward points if helpful,

    Thank You,

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    Posted on Nov 14, 2007 at 09:59 AM

    Hi ARP ,

    my 1st question

    1) from which year to which year u have generated the holiday calendar

    2) have u saved the information which u have created in generation of work shedule manually.

    3) and the most important thing is i think ur dws variant is not correct. if ur DWS varient is correct just let me know the condition, bcoz XX under B & 1 ( holiday calss ) i cannot understand the condition.and on which day u want call varient and there is no varient also e.g : u have to save the varient with some alphabet A to Z that is also not in ur screen shot. pl let me know what for u are using the varient

    pl revert back as early as possible

    Srinivas

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi ARP,

      Holiday class for unapid leave: Tick on Not a public holiday

      holiday calss for paid leave : Tick from Not a public holiday to 9, or try this Tick on Not a public holiday

      & holiday class 1

      and regarding day types ur rule 04 is right

      Rule b123456789 b123456789 b123456789

      04 1 1111111 1 1111111 1 1111111

      the meaning of blank under 'b' work then only pay, '1' off paid, '2' work then only pay. bcoz b & 2 are on working days. i think the day type is correct

      try this scinario, if solved can u pl send me screen shots.

      thanks

      Srinivas

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    Posted on Nov 28, 2007 at 10:37 AM

    Hai..

    Maintain table.. V_554S_E Class 02. Read F1.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Anantha,

      I am having two different

      <u><b>deduction rule </b></u>

      1. Annual Leave

      2. Unpaid leave

      two different <u><b>counting rules</b></u>

      1. Annual Leave = excl Pub Holiday and fridays

      2. Unpaid leave = include all days

      two <u><b>absence quotas</b></u>

      1. Annual Leave quota

      2. Unpaid leave quota

      two <u><b>absence type</b></u>

      1. Annual Leave

      2. Unpaid leave

      the only condition, I have mentioned in annual leave deduction rule is in first priority deduct annual leave absence quota and then unpaid leave absence quota.

      When I am applying absence separately for annual leave and unpaid leave all the conditions are met.

      But when I go for the scenario of over entitlement of annual leave the problem is striking out.

      Now it is deducting the quotas as per priority mentioned in deduction rule ie when annual leave get exhausted it is deducting the unpaid leave accordingly. But the only problem is the condition for the second absence quota is not met

      Anantha, I hope there must some way or other to achive the condition of the quotas.

      I am missing something, to achieve the condition.

      where exactly I am making mistake....................

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    Posted on Nov 14, 2007 at 05:58 AM

    Hi ARP,

    when u are configuring define absence types, pl have a look at absence input checks, if u want public holiday to be excluded:

    Non working day - E ( error if a employee books a absence on public holiday)

    Hope this helps u, if not just revert back to me with complete screen shots to my mail ID: sri_mahanthi@yahoo.co.in

    reward points if solved

    Srinivas

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    Posted on Nov 14, 2007 at 10:06 AM

    Hi ARP,

    Just do one thing in absence types remove E ( error msg) for non working day then check it out.

    Thanks

    Srinivas

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    Posted on Nov 28, 2007 at 10:23 AM

    What exactly is the problem now?

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    • Former Member

      Hi Anantha,

      I have confugured absence type and its quota.

      I want to exclude the Public Holiday to be counted for that absence type.

      How to achieve it

      At present it is deducting the quota....

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