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Infotypes in OM

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What are all the infotypes in OM

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    Posted on Feb 13, 2008 at 05:15 AM

    Range IT1000 to IT1063; 1201 to 1270; 1501 to 1520; 1403, 1404, 1600 and 1601 are all OM infotypes.

    However, not all of these are implemented in a system. It depends on the needs of the client.

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    Posted on Feb 13, 2008 at 09:19 AM

    Hai..

    Check OOIT t code.

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    Posted on Feb 13, 2008 at 05:04 AM

    hai harish,

    infotypes 1000-OBJECTS

    1001-RELATIONSHIPS

    1002-DESCRIPTION

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    Posted on Mar 27, 2008 at 11:28 AM

    Hi KK,

    Infotypes are group of data logically related which are identified with 4 digit number from different range.

    There are different ranges of info types.

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    0000 - 0999 is PA related infotypes
    -1000 - 1999 is OM/PD related infotypes
    -2000 - 2999 is Time Management
    4000 - 4999 is Recruitment
    5000 - 5999 is Erecruitment & E learning 
    9000 - 9999 is customer specific infotypes

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    For any further question feel free contact.

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    Posted on Mar 27, 2008 at 11:30 AM

    chk

    V_T778T

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    Posted on Mar 27, 2008 at 12:41 PM

    Hai..

    Check this navigation path.. in SPRO

    Organizational Management

    Basic Settings

    Data Model Enhancement

    Infotype Maintenance

    Maintain Infotypes

    Edited by: Ram Manohar on Mar 27, 2008 6:11 PM

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    Posted on Mar 27, 2008 at 12:48 PM
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    Posted on Mar 27, 2008 at 12:49 PM

    Hai..

    http://help.sap.com/printdocu/core/Print46c/en/data/pdf/HRINF/HRINF.pdf

    Edited by: Ram Manohar on Mar 27, 2008 6:19 PM

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    Posted on Mar 28, 2013 at 10:17 AM

    Hai..

    Please find the below details....

    Infotype Name Description 1000 Object This Infotype is used to create objects. This is where you create the department 1001 Relationships This Infotype allows a user to define the relationship between objects. 1002 Description The Description Infotype is used to append text descriptions to different objects. Description entries are for reference purposes only. 1003 Department/staff Using the Department/Staff Infotype, a staff flag can be applied to organisational units and positions, and a department flag to organisational units. This Infotype is only used when working with organisational units and positions. 1004 Character The Character Infotype is used when maintaining tasks. Using this Infotype, you can categorize the different tasks you maintain in your task catalogue. 1006 Restrictions Using the Restriction Infotype, you can identify any restrictions applicable to employees who are assigned to a work center. 1007 Vacancy The vacancy Infotype is used when working with positions. It allows for the flagging of vacant positions. 1008 Account assignment The Account Assignment Features Infotype applies to organisational units and positions, and serves two purposes. It plays a role in the assignment of cost centers to objects and allows you to enter default settings helpful for Payroll Accounting. 1009 Health Examinations Using the Health Examinations Infotype, you can identify any health requirements employees must meet in a particular work center. 1010 Authorities & Resources This Infotype is commonly used when working with positions, but can also be used for work centers. It allows for the identification of a delegated commercial authority assigned to a position and the resources made available to positions and work centers. 1011 Work schedule The Work Schedule Infotype allows for the definition of a work schedule – the average number of hours worked – for organisational units, work centers or positions. 1013 Employee group / sub group Using the Employee Group/Subgroup Infotype, you can assign a position to an employee group and employee subgroup. This is an optional Infotype that is only used when working with positions. 1014 Obsolete This Infotype allows for the flagging of a position or work centre as obsolete. 1015 Cost planning This Infotype allows for the development of various scenarios for personnel costs when the Personnel Cost Planning module in PD is active. 1016 Standard Profiles This Infotype allows for the definition of system-defined authority profiles to the following objects: organisational units, jobs, positions and tasks (or standard tasks if Workflow Management is active. 1017 PD Profiles The PD Profiles Infotype allows for the creation of authority profiles specific to Personnel Management. These authority profiles control the objects users can see when working with organisational plans as well as the activities they can undertake. 1019 Headcount Planning Using the Headcount Planning Infotype, you can plan how many positions, defined via a certain job, you need for a particular organisational unit in the future. You can only do this planning per organisational unit. 1027 Site dependent information Allows specification of standard and factory calendars, as well as currency and language, tasks if your company uses Workflow Management), to an Organisational unit or location. 1028 Addresses The address Infotype allows for appending an address to certain objects that exist in Organisational Management. 1208 SAP Organisational Object Using the SAP Organisational Object Infotype, you can create and maintain Relationships between SAP Organisational Objects and the Organisational Management objects: organisational unit, position, job, and work center 1633 Equity South Africa The South African Occupational codes are maintained against the jobs on this Infotype.
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    Posted on Oct 18, 2015 at 07:06 AM

    Hi K K,

    Infotype: Infotypes means Logical grouping of data fields and these are instances of the database tables also to store HR master date of an employees in form of tables.

    Ex: In OM to store the data like organizational objects, relationships and their hierarchy levels as well as description.

    Please find the below mentioned major Infotypes in OM.

    OM Infotypes starts with 1000 to 1999.

    1000 - Creation of (Objects)

    1001 - Relationship between 2 objs

    1002 - Description of objs

    1003 - Department

    1004 - Character

    1007 - Vacancy

    1008 - Account Assignment

    1009 - Health

    1011 - Work Schedule

    1013 - Employee Group/Sub Group

    1015 - Cost Planning

    1016 - Standard Profiles

    1017 - PD Profiles

    1028 - Addresses

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