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2wage types in 1single wagetype

hi Experts,

I have two wagetypes whose treatment is different like on one wage type PF is applicable and on the other PF is not applicable. But i have to pay the total amount in one single wagetype in the payslip.

Is there any way by which i can combine the wagetypes during payroll processing and only one wagetype can be displayed in the payslip?

regards

TS

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 07:48 AM

    Hai..

    U can do it in Cummulation IDS...

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    • Former Member TS SAP HCM

      Hai..

      go to pe51, Click on change form and go to Change Cummulation ID..

      Double click , u will get the following entries...

      Table ID LONG TXT MS, CON, RULE,SPLITS,DSPLIT,DIFFREL.

      Check all these with the help of F1... and configure it

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 07:07 AM

    Use feature LGMST to validare

    This should help

    REARD POINTS

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 07:16 AM

    Hi T S

    Try to use <b>Cumulation ID</b>s in transaction <b>PE51</b>. You can assign several wage types to one Cumulation ID and print only the Culumation ID on the remuneration statement.

    cheers,

    Benno

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