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which infotype of E -recruitment is the position details stored

Hi all,

In E recruitment in the requisition the organization data tab page we need to know where the position details and the organization unit details are stored.I mean to ask which infotype of E rec.

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Rajeev

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    Posted on Nov 25, 2007 at 09:38 AM

    Hello Rajeev,

    if you assign a position to a requisition in the first subtab of the organizational data container sequence item you won't find information in any of the e-recruiting infotypes.

    The system creates relations between the requisition (NB) and the positions (S) and stores them in HRP1001. They can be accessed throug the standard HR function modules or throug the e-recruiting classes e.g. CL_HRRCF_OI_BL.

    The Organizational unit (O) and the Job (C) also read from the relations in table HRP1001.

    If you only assign an organizational unit and job by filling the second subtab of the container sequence item. e-recruiting stores the Ids of the 2 objects in HRP5125 or HRP5126 (currently have no system to look for it).

    Names / Texts for all these objects are stored like for all OM objects in HRP1000 and can also be accessed via the e-recruiting classes or through the OM function modules.

    Hope that answers your question.

    Best regards

    Roman Weise

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    Posted on Nov 25, 2007 at 09:24 AM

    Hi, rajeev,

    The requistion information is stored in infotype 5125. In transaction OOIT, you can see all the infotypes of E-Rec. Hope that helpful.

    Best regards,

    Shaoming.

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