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Reading off-cycle payroll

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How we can read off-cycle payroll any function module is available?? from which info type we can read off-cycle payroll?

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Santhosh

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    Posted on May 16, 2008 at 07:32 PM

    Off cycle payroll is read from IT0267.

    Arti

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    Posted on May 17, 2008 at 02:38 AM

    Hi,

    For reading Offcycle Record in infotype level is IT0267 and for reading the Offcycle Payroll result use transaction : pc00_m99_cwtr (wagetype reporter)

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    Devojit

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  • Posted on May 17, 2008 at 04:57 AM

    Hi,

    We have to copay the wage types for the Officycle-payroll.

    The Infotye ofthe Offcycle-payroo is IT0267.

    PC00_M99_CETR iw used for the Transaction to run the Offcyclele results.

    These copies are the wage types you can use in further processing and modify to suit your requirements. Only wage types for use in infotype One Time Payments Off-Cycle (0267) are proposed in this step.

    Proposed in the following steps.

    IMG  Personnel Management  Personnel Administration  Payroll data  Additional Payments: Off-cycle  Wage Types  Create Wage type catalog

    IMG  Personnel Management  Personnel Administration  Payroll data  Additional Payments: Off-cycle  Check Wage type group `One Time Payments Off-Cycle’

    IMG  Personnel Management  Personnel Administration  Payroll data  Additional Payments: Off-Cycle  Wage types  Check wage type Catalog  Check Entry Permissibility per infotype

    Thanks and Regards,

    Revathi.

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