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Re: cluster table & table cluster & hr clusters

Hi Friends ,

what is the different b/w cluster tables & table cluster? ,

we have different clusters in HR like PCL1 ... what are these cluster tables or table clusters?.

also we have payroll clusters RT, CRT ... what are these?

could you please give some examples?

thanks &Regards

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  • Posted on Dec 22, 2008 at 07:11 AM

    RT, CRT ... what are these

    RT result table which have present month results

    CRT which have previous months results

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    Posted on Dec 22, 2008 at 09:35 AM

    Different Clusters in HR are

    PCL1 - HR work areas

    PCL2 - Accounting results (TE, payroll)

    PCL3 - Recruitment

    PCL4 - Documents

    The PCL1 contains the following sub areas:

    B1 Time Events PDC

    G1 Group Incentive Wages

    L1 Individual Incentive Wages

    PC Personal Calendar

    TE Travel Expenses/Payroll Results

    TS Travel Expenses Master Data

    TX Infotype Texts

    Z1 PDC Interface cost accounting materials management

    The database PCL2 contains the following sub areas:

    B2 Time Accounting Results

    CD Cluster Directory of the CD manager

    PS Generated Schemas

    PT Text for generated Schemas

    RX Payroll Accounting Results/International

    Rn Payroll Accounting Results/Country Specific (n= HR country indicator) Therefore US = RU

    ZL Personal Work Schedule

    The database PCL4 contains the following sub areas:

    LA Long document for Master data

    LB Long document for Applicant data

    SA Short document for Master data

    SB Short document for Applicant data

    RT and CRT as said by sikindir are result table that will fetch the data from the payroll cluster stores in the PCL2 in RX cluster where X is the country version.

    Hope this will clarify you

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