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Automatic accumulation of leave in Absence quota

Hi Folks,

I have a scenario where employees have Earned Leave and Medical Leave, the leaves are not fixed for the year but if the employees complete 15 days in a month 1 day of EL and 1 day of ML gets added to his leave balance.

Like this the leave has to be calculated and added to absence quota, end of the year the total EL,ML leaves the employee earned will be encashed.

PS: Here 'Negative Time Management' is followed.

Q: How is this automatic accumulation of leaves in Absence quota done in SAP?

Pls explain the steps in detail along with the path.

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    Posted on May 26, 2008 at 07:03 AM

    RPTQTA00 IS TO RUN FOR ABSCENCE QUOTA Check quota deduction check box in table V_554S_Q for your absence.

    you need to configure the quotals

    in the leave quota in table V_T559L

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    • Former Member Former Member

      hi,

      when you do the accural the system will add them and then everyday it will be put into 2006 infotype.

      so when you acuure for 15 days at the rate of 0.66 perday. it will be one at the end of day 15.

      so the 2006 record on 16th day will have quota as 1 day

      regards

      nalla

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    Posted on May 26, 2008 at 07:54 AM

    hi

    we also have a similar reqt. A custom PCR has to be written towards base entitlement which will then work as required by you.

    thanks

    subramanyam t n

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