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Quota carry forward first year 12 days max and from 2nd year 24 days max

Hi All,

I have a scenario that quota need to be carry forward to next year as deferred quota with maximum limit of 12 days for first year(joining year) and from 2nd year onwards the maximum limit is 24 days. This deferred quota will have a lite time validity.

Can anybody give me some idea how do i configure and how it can be controled by PCR.

Thanks

Veena

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 08:26 AM

    Hi..

    Query on the hire date from date specifications Infotype...and compare with current date ... I think its little bit complicated... Just try.., if ur struck up anywhere... pls revert back..Using HRS ( Operation HRS1Y )

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      Surely that can be done. create a logic in time schemas

      Check whether it is Dec 31

      check the no of yrs exp if HRS>1

      if hrs > 1 Check the remining quotas HRS=FR01C (01-priv leave quota)hrs?24 (check) if hrs>24 put hrs = 24 Adddbzrem

      if no adddbzrem

      if hrs=1 Check the remining quotas HRS=FR01C (01-priv leave quota)hrs?12 (check) if hrs > 12put hrs = 12 Adddbzrem

      if no adddbzrem

      Jan query HRS=lzrem adddbzquo ( Zquo will update deferred quota)

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 08:36 AM

    Try a rule like this

    <b>HRS=FRXXC (xx-quota type)</b> this will fetch out remaining quota on 31 dec

    <b>ADDMBZREM</b> -store that in timetype ZREM

    on jan 01

    HRS=YSA0 (this is to check the tenure ( the no of yrs from hiring)) then check HRS?2 if yes check again whether

    HRS=MZREM HRS?24 if <b><</b> ADDDBXXXX(XXXX - daybalance to accrue quota)

    if <b>></b>hrs=24 adddbXXXX

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