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Basic pay indirect valuation err??

hi,

I am trying to use indirect valuation for IT 0008 ( Basic pay ) this means that when i create IT 008 for person , the amount of money will be filled automatically , but i got this err

IndVal of wage type 1000: No entry in table T510 for key '9901VN3E.CHIEF CE ' on 08.01.2008

Message no. RP032

In the WT characteristics , i have entered as :

Inidrect module : TARIF

module variant : A

red method : 1

Thanks

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2008 at 08:06 AM

    Inidrect module : TARIF

    module variant : B Change this to B

    red method : 1

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2008 at 05:23 AM

    Check

    V_T539A, T510 and feature LGMST

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    • Former Member Sikindar T

      Hi Sikindar,

      I use the country grouping 99 so i copy from a standard wage type to a new wage type 1000.

      I do not understand HRA ,CA , could you please explain me in detail.

      in general , The config that i 've made :

      1. Wage type 1000 in the group basic pay (0008) and its characteristics is : ( IN table T510)

      801 99 01 VN 3 E.CHIEF CE 1000 31.12.9999 01.01.2000 1000000000

      801 99 01 VN 3 E.LEAD LE 1000 31.12.9999 01.01.2000 100000000

      and i get the error

      IndVal of wage type 1000: No entry in table T510 for key '9901VN3E.LEAD LE ' on 08.01.2008

      Message no. RP032

      when i create IT0008 for the employees

      thanks

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2008 at 10:08 AM

    Hai..

    Use TARIFF

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