Hi,
Is that possible to define work day (Where time pair is present) as absent (LWP) through time PCR? I've tried to set the logic using operation DAYPG & FILLP but not getting the expected result. Please help me if possible.
Hi Rabi,
For which circumstances you would like to convert Planned DWS to OFF day DWS.
You have said that time pair would be there but still that workday will be count as LWP. Could you give some for information on your query.
Regards,
Sankarsan
Hi Sankar,
Nice to see you. I'm working on a condition where -
Planned working time = 9:00 - 16:00
If log in <45 mins 3 times in a month than system will generate 1 day LWP
If Log in >45 mins then system will generate 1day LWP for the day
And I have done till now -
Write PCR to check log in time and map deviations
And those are working fine and generating 9010 & 9009 wage type to RT
Now I want to change factoring calculation but INP1 only taking RTE field to calculate /801 value. Can you please help me to convert NUM value to RTE
Hi Rabi,
Yes you are correct.
In the ZL table under payroll log it goes in a Number field.
So after ZLIT function in the Time data processing subschema you can insert the below PCR like below.
ZTST
3
****
ADDWT *
9010
NUM= 9010 (Give two space after '=')
RTE=1
MULTI NRR
ADDWT 9010
You can see both number and rate field will be updated with same value in the OT table for WT9010. Now in the factoring pcr you have to add one extra line under your factoring wage type RTE- 9010.
Regards,
Sankarsan
it is very easy to convert NUM value to rate consider RTE=1 and then use operation MULTI NRR so that it gets updated into RTE field same can be utilized in factoring PCR to subtract the absence days.
Regards
Venkatesh
Hi Venkatesh,
Good to see you. I've tried that but when we consider RTE=1 the value become constant and MULTI NRR not working.
Thanks
Please show me the PCR what exactly you have written when you are holding the information in 9010 then we have to convert number value to RATE using 9010 and same has to be utilized in factoring i.e RTE- 9010 then it works.
We are nothing to do with /8** series wage types.
Regards
Venkatesh