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Appraisal Tables

We have configure appraisal saystem and have created appraisals for few employees..and its status is completed.

we have Ojetive, Weighting,Final Result and Weighted Reuslt column.

we want to pick this data to show it on another customised infotype for some scenerio.

how can we get data from saved appraisal tables? there any functional module for this?...or we have to pick it directly from table?

can any one plz tell...which table holds the appraisal data or which funtion module we can use to pick data from tables?

(i hv checked HRP* tables but no data there)

thanks if any one can help

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    Posted on Nov 11, 2008 at 09:39 AM

    i got its solution by my self

    and i wana post it here...i know soooooo many consultant want to know many hv questioned this on the forum....

    here it is....

    we have PERNR.....we want to know Appraisal_ID....after getting that Appraisal ID , we can select every thing about our appraisal by function module HRHAP_DOCUMENT_GET_DETAIL

    Mr.Suresh Datti hv wrote this code on the forum to get appraisal_id by use of PERNR.

    report zappee.


    parameters: p_pernr type pernr_d.

    select * from hrhap_appee

    where id = p_pernr.

    write:/ hrhap_appee-id,hrhap_appee-appraisal_id.


    Now we have Appraisal id ...we will pass it to our function module


    and will get all data of our appraisal,

    Bestregards,, God Help those who help themself.

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    • Former Member

      Hi Khalid,

      I am also struggling with Appraisals. Can you help me out. How to test Appraisal workflow in SAP R/3.

      My client is saying take four user id's of SAP R/3 show us the entire Appraisal Workflow.

      In my client's place workflow is:



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