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issue on transfering of payroll data

hii sap guru's,

i am new in sap hr..

my client has a requirement in which we need to transfer payroll data from the non-SAP system to the SAP system.

i have to store the payroll data into the RT table of SAP

can i use the option: IMG -- transfer legacy data.

how is the procedure for it? if it is wrong, what is the correct and easy way to do it?

this is urgent guys...please help

thanks,

regards,

sam

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 06:13 PM

    Use LSMW Record/Bapi method.

    If it is middle year go live

    look at this tables T588B ,T588C ,T5U8C and transfer your Payroll results,taxes ,arrears.

    --- Bob Radi

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 07:56 PM

    Hi Sam,

    Concenterate on the tables T588B ,T588C ,T5U8C. Even the Best practices will suggest the same thing.

    Thanks

    Greg

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 01:10 AM

    thanks guys for the reply.

    so should i transfer the data in table T558B, T558C, T5U8C using LSMW?

    and how should i transfer these data in RT table?

    please guide me guys..

    thanks

    sam

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