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UK - Posting error due to new EOY absence processing

Hi all,

We have just activated the new eoy absence processing (feature GBCHG) and we are getting a posting error for all the employees having differences in absences crossing the tax year.

Now, function GBSXP is carrying fwd the SSP payments using the new table MSAX, so the SSP payments for March are NOT in March RT. The problem is that the wage type OSFL generated in the same function (T554C) contains the addition for OSP and SSP.

This ends with a posting error, since there is an imbalance with the same amount as the SSP payment (14.51 in this case). Did we miss something with in the customizing related with the posting?

Do you have OSFL customized to be posted? If not, please, could you tell me which wage types to you post? Maybe SSP0, SSPP?

I have noticed as well than the wage type /ASP (tipically generated when crossing the year with absences differences) is stored in the RT for March with no amount. Is this right with the new eoy processing?

Please, any idea will be appreciated.

Thank you in advance,


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    Posted on Dec 20, 2008 at 11:29 AM

    Hi Gustavo Fernandez,

    D u have UK absence evalution config PDF.

    If yes could you please shre the copy of the same with me.

    Thanks and best regards

    Rajeev Chhabra

    See my contact details on my business card.

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