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PT64 Transaction (Standard Program: RPTABS20)

Hi all,

Standard report RPTABS20 (Transaction PT64) gives absence / attendance hours for the employee for the specified period on the selection screen.These hours are total number of hours for the period.

Now, I have a requirement to create a custom report so that the all functionalities of the standard report RPTABS20 (Transaction PT64) are reatained but with day wise hours split rather than Total Hours which is being displayed by standard program RPTABS20 (Transaction PT64) .

Has anybody worked on simillar requirement?

Actually standard program uses IT 2001, 2002 , 0007 and 2003 data.It uses one function module which returns the total hours for the period.This function module is called in GET pernr event.

Now, suppose for absences IT2001 data is stored period wise

and not day wise; so i will have only total number of hours from IT2001 and day wise split is not present.So how would i get day wise split of hours for that period? May be CATSDB table but it requires so many validations and approvals to post data to IT2001.

Please let me know if you have any idea.

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2008 at 04:52 AM

    Hai..

    Use Cluster Instead. B2 which contains the results for day wise also

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2008 at 05:42 AM

    check Table AB (which store all the daily absences) in cluster B2

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