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COUNTING RULE ISSUE

Oct 30, 2017 at 02:59 PM

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Dear Experts,

I would need your assistance here.

Business scenario:

There are two categories of employee groups "1" and "2".Both ESG grouping for time quota types & PSG grouping is same for both employee groups "1" & "2".

In both categories of employees we have employees in EE group 1 - work 5 days a week (Saturday & Sunday is weekly-off)

and the employees in EE group "2" work 6 days a week (Only Sunday is weekly-off).

We were able to exclude Saturday and Sunday in counting rule T556C for employees in EE group "1" and assigned the counting rule to respective absence type in V_554S_O.

Testing:

We raised annual leave from Friday till Monday on employee who works in 5 days WSR in IT2001.

Calendar days -4 ,No.of absence days- 2 (After excluding Saturday & Sunday) and quota used- 2 which is accurate in test .

But when we raised annual leave on employee who works in 6 days WSR from Friday till Monday (only Sunday should be excluded).

Calendar days -4, no.of absence days- 3, and quota used should also be "3" (after excluding Sunday) but instead quota used is showing "2" in IT2001 which is inaccurate as the quota deduction is happening based on counting rule which is configured for employees in 5 days WSR.

Here, We are not supposed to create two separate counting rules for both the categories of employee groups. With the same counting rule system should exclude Saturday & Sunday for employees in 5 days WSR and exclude only Sunday for employees in 6 days WSR.

Moreover, It's on very high priority we're unable to test this scenario in development system as quota used is not accurately deducting in IT2001.

There is no issue with employees in 5 days WSR. But the issue with employees in 6 days work schedule rule. We should control this at with one counting rule level in such a way system should exclude Saturday & Sunday for employees in 5 days WSR and ONLY SUNDAY should be excluded for employees in 6 days WSR.

Please provide your valuable views which would help meet the requirement

I would indeed be grateful to you.

Thanks & Regards,

Haritha.

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