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Can you let us know a functional module in HR how to find leave type(AWART)

Hi Friends,

Need some urgent help.

Can you let us know a functional module in HR how to find leave type(AWART) in absence table(IT 2001).

I just pass Parameter Pernr begda endda.

eg:- pernr-- xxxxx

begda-- 20.01.2007

endda --25.01.2007

AWART -0007

ABWTG--6

i fetch which leave type(AWART) in date 22.01.2007.

Pls help me urgently.

Bye

RAHUL

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 08:28 AM

    Hi Sir,

    Try BAPI_ABSENCE_GETLIST.

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 08:15 AM

    Hi,

    these r some of the FM,

    HR_DISPLAY_BASIC_LIST is an HR function, but can be used for any data. You pass it data, and column headers, and it provides a table control with the ability to manipulate the data, and send it to Word or Excel. Also see the additional documentation here.

    HR_GET_LEAVE_DATA Get all leave information (includes leave entitlement, used holidays/paid out holidays)

    HR_IE_NUM_PRSI_WEEKS Return the number of weeks between two dates.

    HR_TIME_RESULTS_GET Get the time results for a payroll period

    HR_READ_INFOTYPE

    Read infotype data

    HR_ENTRY_DATE

    Employee start date

    HR_LEAVING_DATE

    Employee leaving date

    HR_INFOTYPE_OPERATION

    Maintenance of HR infotype entries, used to create (operation = INS), change (operation = MOD), delete (operation = DEL) and create successor (operation = COP)

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    Chandra Sekhar.

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