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Hi Experts,

Can anyone tell me in T555a what does day balance1 and 2 mean, and period balance 1 and 2 mean

why we wont give 2? as i know from dropdown it is Balance formulation for 1 and 2means balance formation without preceeding cancilation.I need what does it exactly mean?

correct me if I am wrong: for day balance 2 = It wont add current day. It will add from next day is it right.

day balance 1 = It adds only the current day right.(correct me if I am wrong)

what does period balance indicates 1 and 2 = ???

waiting for the experts reply.

Regards,

Goutam

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    Posted on Apr 28, 2008 at 05:19 PM

    Hi,

    For day balance the indicator 1 and 2 almost work the same, that is saving the hrs in day balance. The only difference is if you use 2 then retro calculation will not happen for this time type. This is why normally we don't use day balance 2. Hope this helps you our.

    Regards,

    Balaji.C

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    • Former Member

      Hi balaji,

      Thank you for your reply. can you tel me clearly The only difference is if you use 2 then retro calculation will not happen for this time type. what does retro calculatin mean?

      Regards,

      --Goutam

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