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Reading a wage type from the previous payroll result in retro run

Mar 08 at 09:16 AM

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I want to read a wage type from the previous payroll result when there is retro run. I have wage type 9JNS which I want to read in PCR. I have written 'AMT=L 9JNS' but it always brings the value from the last month payroll result.

For example : I am running the payroll for Feb 2018 but there is retro run for Jan 2018. In this case when the retro runs for Jan 2018, the wage type which was stored for Jan 2018 original run has to be read. But in this case AMT=L 9JNS reads from Dec 2017 payroll result.

You valuable input is appreciated.

Thanks,

Binesh George

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Rémi Corriveau Mar 08 at 05:53 PM
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There are many places (in the schema) where the Previous Payroll Results are compared to the Current Payroll Results when recalculating a pay, since processing will vary depending on whether the WT is an Earnings, a Deduction, or a Cumulator.

If you do a Payroll Simulation/Calculation for an employee for whom the pay for Jan.2018 is calculated retroactively in Feb.2018, with the "Display log" box checked, try to drill down into that log to see where the variations in Gross Earnings are processed, where variations in Deductions are processed (and that will probably differ between Statutory Deductions and Other Deductions), and where the variations in cumulators are processed.

Once you understand the process, try to add your PCR at the appropriate place.

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Yishun Li
Mar 09 at 01:11 AM
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You can check what is parameter you use in IMPRT function in schema.
Try IMPRT O in LPBEG and LPEND

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