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Employment Status Indicator

Hi Friends,

The employment status indicator for terminated employees are not updating on all infotypes. For example, employee 538 terminated and infotype like 0077, 0094, 0034, 0022, 0015, 0183 still reflect "active" status. Please help me in this to adjust ALL the infotypes headers to display the correct status

Suitable answers will rewrds greatly.

Thanks & Regards,

Naga

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 07:24 AM

    Hai..

    Employment Status can be seen only in 0000 Actions Infotype.

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    • Hi Naga,

      I guess as discussed before the problem is Date thing only. Let me explain it clearly what might have happenned !

      Let us assume you have terminated the employee today (01/31/2008). So employment status is withdrawn from 01/31/2008 to 12/31/9999.

      If your other infotype record has (for e.g. IT0022) has BEGDA (Begin Date) as 01/01/2007 (Less than 01/31/2008) the Employment status will show 'Active' in the header structure. It will show withdrawn status in the header structure only when the BEGDA of infotype is greater or equal to 01/31/2008 (i.e. termination date). This is the standard behavior when 'Choose Data' Check box is checked.

      If 'Choose Data' is unchecked (for respective infotype) then, the status on header structure will shown as on current date irrespective of BEGDA of the infotype.

      Depending upon your requirement you decide to check/uncheck the 'Choose Data'.

      Regards,

      Shrinivas

  • Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 06:58 AM

    have u checked the dynamic actions in that pls deactivate them

    sikindar

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