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t582a Copy Infotype settings for pa0377

Hi Experts,

I have the following setting in t582a

PA0171 (Gen. Benefits Info) - Copy Infotype NOT ticked

PA0377 (Misce. Benefits) - Copy Infotype NOT ticked

old PERNR was enrolled into 2 Misce. Benefits (2 subtypes were created in his pa0377)

I hire new PERNR with reference to old PERNR and

enrolled into 2 Misc Benefits.

Note: Old PERNR and New PERNR has different set of eligible miscellaneous benefit based on their 1st and 2nd program groupings in pa0171.

Findings (which is a problem for me):

The miscellaneous benefits which were enrolled for new PERNR were also got created in the old PERNR.

This has become inconsistent as old pernr based on their work contract is not eligible for the new PERNR benefits.

Since the old PERNR may not necessarily has employment status 'withdrawn', i will have problem. My other process which dependent on the pa0377 records will also be processing PERNR which is not suppose to be processed.

Is there a way to stop this. I thought table t582a COPY INfotype settings is supposed to handle this automatically.

Note the following:


1. PA0171 and PA0377 not copied over from old PERNR.

2. PA0377 of new PERNR got copied into old PERNR master data BUT not vice-versa

3. PA0171 of new PERNR not copied into old PERNR

Why is it only happen to 377 and not 171 ... the only diff is 171 carries time constraint 1 and 377 t.constraint 2.

Has anyone encounter this problem. Appreciate any feedback

Thank you

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    Posted on Oct 29, 2008 at 11:23 AM


    check with PM01

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