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LPBEG and LPEND ?

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    Posted on Apr 01, 2008 at 08:09 AM

    Hi,

    Function

    Most function perform specific tasks that collect,process, or display

    data they are alos functions to control the process : conditions (IF...ENDIF) and loops(LPBEG....LPEND)

    Function LPBEG introduces a loop;function LPEND ends the loop.

    This is basically used in Schema.

    Hope it helps you

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      Hi ,

      Schema X000 is the main schema in international payroll. It contains components that can be used in all countries to calculate the gross remuneration. The schema is used as a template for the country versions of the payroll program.

      In this schema, the COPY function in the Fct column calls up numerous subschemas. The lines with an asterisk (*) in column D are deactivated. Function IF introduces a condition; function ENDIF ends this condition. Function LPBEG introduces a loop; function LPEND ends this loop.

      Amendment of Arrears Loop

      Scope of Functions

      The arrears loop LPBEG has been amended to LPEND (in Schema W000) for the following reasons:

      1. In order to facilitate arrear recovery plans

      2. For efficiency reasons, unnecessary processing has been removed from the loop.

      Also, processing class 41 has been created for deduction processing. You must only assign this processing class to deduction wage types.

      You can go to PE01 and check X000.

      Thanks

      Swati

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