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[TEM/Ad hoc Query] Showing Invalid Relationships in Ad Hoc Query

Hi Experts,

In our system, during internal transfers Persons, a new Personnel number is created for him/her. The old Personnel Number was delimited (Termination Action) and is stored in an Infotype as an Inactive Personnel number of that person.

We are planning to copy an Inactive Personnel number's past A025 Relationships (Business Event is attended by) to its Active Personnel Number. So that the Active Personnel will keep the record of the Complete History of trainings taken by the employee.

The problem is that in Ad Hoc Query. The copied A025 Relationships of the Active Personnel Number is not shown since it is not a valid relationship. (The validity period of the A025 relationships that was copied from the Inactive PERNR, is outside the validity period of the Active Personnel Number.)

Is there a way to make Ad Hoc Query recognize these invalid relationshps?

Points to those who can help.

Thanks.

Regards,

Olekan Babatonde

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 12:30 PM

    Logically the system will not accept an attendee to attend an event before his hiring date.

    You have to try some other way

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