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Salary Statement Overview Total is incorrect

Hi All,

I'm having a problem with the Net payment amount in the overview screen not tallying up against the 560 wage type.

In ESS -> Benifits and Payment -> Salary statement -> Show Overview, the amount in the "Payment Amount" Column is sometimes slightly out compared to the "net payment" figures in the salary statement. I think the overview is not picking up the correct wage type.

Where can I find out and change the config for this amount?

Liam

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  • Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 02:45 PM

    Not sure if any config step exists.. but you can definitely use the PROVIDE_OVERVIEWTAB_LINE Method in the BAdI XSS_REM_INTERFACE to meet your requirement.

    ~Suresh

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      > I ultimately need to find where the workings out for this is because its missing something out.

      > Liam

      The following piece of code is where the net pay gets passed onto the overview table. As you can see, the /559 amounts are added up.. or as the comment alongside suggests, you could use /560 as well.. Ideally, there is no need to change this, unless you want to do some computations.. Have you verified the Payroll results in the backend, to see if the /559 & /560 amounts match?

      * pay
        clear wa_row.
        clear betrg.
        loop at pay_result-inter-rt into wa_rt
          where lgart = '/559'.                                   "or /560?
          betrg = betrg + wa_rt-betrg.
        endloop.

      ~Suresh

  • Posted on Jun 17, 2008 at 12:16 PM

    Thanks for that,

    I was told the wrong problem, (wasn't shown it as it was a payslip) it was the gross pay that was incorrect and not the Amount payable. We used a customised payable that isn't being picked up in the total. As it's only the Gross in the overview I have hiden the gross column.

    Thanks again

    Liam

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