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Moving Employee from one public calender to another

Hi..

Lets say an employee 12345 is in a personal area XXXX and personnel sub area - YY. The public calender AA is maintained for the PSA YY till 10/31/2007.

we tried to change the public calender and assign a new public calender BB for the PSA YY and generate it from 11/01/2007 to 12/31/2015.

Problem : we are get soft error when we tried at look at the week Calender for the employee 12345 in 2004.

" Error in generating the public calender BB/YY for the Period 06/2004"

Is this an issue ?

or

Is there any way we can maintain the PSA YY is valid for the public calender AA until 10/31/2007 and then PSA YY is valid for the current time in BB.

is it possible through the comfiguration.

Your help is appreciated and rewarded.

Thanks

Shyam

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    Posted on Dec 26, 2007 at 06:36 AM

    Shyam,

    You should'nt be looking at changing the Holiday calendar grouping to PSA in my opinion. In that case you would lose the history of the holidays and would have complications since it would trigger retro for completed payroll periods.

    Incase if there are changes in the Holiday list, you can very much include new holidays and delimit the existing holidays. You can do that using SCAL transaction -> Holiday calendar. or Choose _Human resources --> Time management --> Administration --> Work schedule --> Holiday calendar in Easy Access

    If you need further information how to go about doing that, please refer to the below link

    http://help.sap.com/erp2005_ehp_02/helpdata/en/8a/98475e46c411d189470000e829fbbd/frameset.htm

    If you need further inputs, please let me know.

    Regards

    Raj

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