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getting error in infotype 0008

Hi All,

i am getting following error in 0008 infitype

Wage type model changed on 01.04.1990

Message no. RP129

Diagnosis

You must use the new wage type model as of 01.04.1990 when copying a 'Basic Pay' record (0008). This model depends on the feature 'LGMST'.

You can display the old record with the overview function.

System Response

The new wage type model is displayed.

I have configured LGMST also but once saving the 0007 infi type i have to enter the data in 0008 so i am entering paysacle type, payscale area and Group when i enter the 'enter button i am not getting defined package for this employee only wage types it is displaying without amounts, when i try enter the amounts i am getting above specified error.

where i have to make changes and where i did mistake ?

Regards,

Kumar

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    Posted on Aug 01, 2008 at 11:28 AM

    Hi,

    You Have not mentioned the country...

    Delimit the wagetype model and dont change the feature.

    REgards,

    Kapil Kaushal

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    Posted on Aug 03, 2008 at 09:38 PM

    The wagetypes are defaulted in IT 008 through table V_T7INA5.

    SO please make sure that the combination should be there in this table.

    Shree

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