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Greetings!

I have a situation here and am looking for a fresh perpectives......the Time functionality has been configured for my ees (its mostly done through CATS and protal). The ees have been assigned a time administrator code each. In table t526, next to the TA code column we have name of the position of people's manager. But on infotype 1 these fields donot show up in the drop down menu. What can we do something different here.....i want to avoid using spread sheet to store the TA codes for each people manager. Please advice!

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    Posted on Dec 02, 2007 at 02:58 AM

    Normally we use Administrator group fields in Infotype1. Is that not sufficient for your requirement?

    You can also try to build a custom object type and create a relationship which is much stronger solution.

    Regards

    Chandramouly

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    • Hi,

      If I understand correctly, you say in T526, you have one group code mapped to many position but you want those positions to be listed in the drop down in IT0001-SACHZ.

      If you want to have the positions to be listed in IT0001, then you cannot have one-many mapping in T526. How about having one group code for one positions? but it might be cumbersome..

      But the clean solution for what you are looking at would be to explore creation of an appropriate relationship (with a new custom relationship or standard relationship) with a Position. Because you are looking at a one-one relationship between a PERNR and a position for a different purpose.

      Regards

      Chandramouly

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 04:48 AM

    Hi..

    Check the Functionality of PINCH Feature....

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