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HR_INFOTYPE_OPERATION integration to PD/OM

Has anyone who has used FM HR_INFOTYPE_OPERATION had issues with integration to PD/OM?

After I use this FM to perform a termination for an EE (and create an IT0001 record with integration position 99999999) the validity period for the relationship (HRP1001) is not updated. If I terminate the EE manual using PA40 then the HRP1001 record is updated.

And yes, I do have PA/OM integration activated (PLOGI ORGA = 'X')

Thanks,-tom

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    Posted on Feb 13, 2008 at 06:28 PM

    I dont think HR_INFOTYPE_OPERATION does that , run RHINTE reports to adjust the Relationships.

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    • Yes, I'm aware that I can update HRP1001 myself but was hoping to avoid having to do this as it can get a bit complicated. I have both terminations and position reassignments to handle. I'll have to take make sure the relationship validity periods are correctly aligned with infotype 0001 as well.

      I also tried doing a position change via a CALL TRANSACTION (so basically I coded a BDC to use PA40) and to my surprise I had the same problem! The HRP1001 records were not updated in this case as well.

      Cheers,-tom

  • Posted on Feb 15, 2008 at 10:11 PM

    Tom:

    Check out OSS 874350 to see if it's relevant to your environment.

    Rgds.

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    • Ted,

      I imported this note using SNOTE but the system will not allow me to apply it. I think it is because the note is for component "PY-AU Australia" and since we do not have Australian payroll we cannot implement it.

      But thanks for the suggestion.

      cheers,-tom

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    Posted on Oct 02, 2014 at 02:03 PM

    sorry for reopening this topic, but did anybody ever find a clever solution to this problem?

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