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Full & Half Day Leave deduction from the same Absence Quota Type

Dear Sir,

I am working on SAP ERP Enterprise Edition v 4.7. I need to create SICK LEAVES so that I am able to create both full day and half day leave records for employees in Infotype 2001.

The above said functionality is present in system but the problem is that if there is a 1/2 Day quota balance remaining for that employee, the system does not allow to save the entry in infotype 2001 and gives the following message:

Note: Leave entitlement is negative

Message no. RP325

Please also suggest how to create quota for an employee on the basis of working days. For example, 15 Working Days = 1 Sick Leave. (The Leaves without Pay will not be considered as Working Days)



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    Posted on Sep 22, 2008 at 11:30 AM


    Go to TC- SM30

    Enter table name - V_556A_B

    Check for your absence quota type for esg and psg and put check on no generation.

    at the same time, go to table - V_T559E

    and check for esg, psg and absence quota type and click on display and in entitlment -constant given your number of days leave; also

    check for related to period.

    You will get your answer there. Award points, if it resolves your problem.

    All the best,


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