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one wage type is not reflecting under YTD Earnings in payslip

Hi sap gurus

I have one issue. that I was created one wage type for IT0015. last month it was worked fine and it was reflected in bothe colums of Monthly earning as well as YTD Earning. now the problem is now this wage type is not reflecting in the current months simulation. once any wage types we given for any month meand that should be reflect in YTD. here I am not finding for this month pls give me the solution

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Suresh

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    Posted on Jul 23, 2008 at 11:52 AM

    Hi Suresh Kumar,

    You need to maintain the following to get the YTD values

    1. Check the WT configured in Table V_T54C3, check both Number Cumulation, and Amount Cumulation

    2. Check the WT Processing Calss 30. It should be 30 (1) Amount and No. of WT to be Cumulated.

    Then the YTD values will be displayed.

    This will definitely solve your problem. Please award the maximum points.

    Regards

    Venu

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    Posted on Jul 23, 2008 at 12:44 PM

    Hi Venu

    Thanks for responce

    I have check this in T54C3 it was made "activated" of "Amount Cumulation" and processing class 30 was "Cumulation performed according to table T54C3." I have changed this processing class as you recomended as "Amount and Num of wage type to be cumulated in current year" even though i am not finding under YTD.

    this wage type has to show under YTD for the whole financial year.

    Regards

    Suresh

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    Posted on Nov 01, 2008 at 03:33 PM

    good

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