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Monthly Factoring of Wagetypes

Oct 19, 2017 at 11:56 PM


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Former Member

Hi Folks,

I am working on Qatar Payroll.

I have requirement to monthly factor /pro rata two wagetypes (one is calendar days 30 days and other is working day 22 days).

please help to write a PCR.


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Yishun Li
Oct 20, 2017 at 01:35 AM

Factoring is based on /8** wage types. so you need to configure the /8** generation.

For example, you want your wage types is prorated by /807, then you can set /807 based on calendar days, and set another factoring wage type /805 based on working days(22 days).

You can check refer to XPP1 rule to generate /8** factoring wage types.

RPP1 Determining partial period factors (subcycle)
/801 P.M.F w ABSENCE
RTE-TAAU** Subtraction
RTE*KGENAU Multiplication
ADDWT * OT Output table
/803 P.M.F for NS Basic Salary
/804 P.M.F w/o ABSENCE
/805 P.M.F for NS Allowances
/806 P.M.F w ABS, w/o INDICAT.

click F1 help on RTE=TASOLL in R3 system, then you can see the documentation of constants which can be used after RTE, NUM...

I copy part document for your easy reference.


1. Planned working time in accordance with employee's personal work
schedule (WBS) with exact reference to basic pay period
KSOLL : Planned work measured in calendar days
ASOLL : Planned work measured in work days
SSOLL : Planned work measured in working hours

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Former Member Oct 21, 2017 at 04:23 PM

Hi Yishan,

Thanks for the helpful reply.

I created PCRs as per ur suggestion but factoring is not working.

I am attaching screens of PCRs for your quick reference.

Please check them and let me know if something is wrong in them.






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Yishun Li
Oct 25, 2017 at 01:09 AM

Then you need to check whether the factoring wage type is generated as you expected.
For example: you want to use /807 to prorate by calendar days, then after your rule processing, /807 should be a prorated amount by calendar days.
after then, the second step is prorate your wage types by using the factoring wage type /807 (example).
You can refer to international rule XVAL.
the wage type is multiple by factoring wage type /807.

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