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How to restrict a specific personnel area to some specific employee group in OS(organisational structure)

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2008 at 09:51 AM

    You can use user exit ZXPADU01 for this to achieve

    Hope it will help

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    Vikash

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    • Hi

      The Scenario is : Coding in user exit ZXPADU01

      Let I have many Personal areas :suppose IT,HR,SM.

      I have different employee groups & employee subgroups in different personnel areas

      Normally in SAP Employee Group can be bind with employee Subgroup.

      But how can i bind some specific employee group with some personnel area

      Example : Dept SM (Sales & Maketing) as Personnel area

      Employee group is : M

      employee subgroup is :M1, M2 etc.

      Plzzzzz.

      With Regards

      Rishi

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2008 at 05:12 PM

    Hi

    Can you tell the exact scenario?

    Best wishes.

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    • Hi

      The Scenario is :

      Let I have many Personal areas :suppose IT,HR,SM.

      I have different employee groups & employee subgroups in different personnel areas

      Normally in SAP Employee Group can be bind with employee Subgroup.

      But how can i bind some specific employee group with some personnel area

      Example : Dept SM (Sales & Maketing) as Personnel area

      Employee group is : M

      employee subgroup is :M1, M2 etc.

      Plzzzzz.

      With Regards

      Rishi

  • Posted on Sep 21, 2008 at 05:26 AM

    PA and EG will coem in enterprise structure and personnel structure

    bind according to the feature assing specific EG to Pa u want

    Edited by: Sikindar on Sep 21, 2008 10:57 AM

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