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Pcr for TM,PY in Schema

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I need to use Custom PCR in both TM and PY.

Could you please let me know where to insert TM-PCR in TM04 and Payroll RCR in IN00 after copying the schemas.

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  • Posted on Jan 19, 2009 at 10:58 AM

    first of all u need to deactivate the Sub Schema where u want to insert the PCR u cannot do it in Standrad one

    EX - IN00 copy as Zn00 there under INN1 which is subschema copy it as ZNN1

    i want to write pcr for INVTAX go to Pe02 copy ZTAX

    go INTAX comment it and insert under that as ZTAX

    insert i under INTAX which u have commented and call ur rule

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    Posted on Jan 20, 2009 at 07:10 AM

    Hi

    Inserting PCRs in a schema is based on your requirement. Let us know the requirement so that the same can be accomodated in the schema.

    Regards

    TM

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    Posted on Oct 08, 2010 at 11:55 AM

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      Hi,

      As mention aboved if you give you your requirement it may be easier to help you. Anyhow, I´ll try answering some of your question.

      Function is what you use to call your pcr. It´s your PCR is about a wagetype from IT0014 you will use function P0014. If you want to process a wagetype from input table you wil use function PIT. You have may other functions.

      PART1 is where you put the PCR you are going to use.

      PART2, PART3, PART4 aren´t always neccesary. It depend on what you want. You can have parameter like GEN or NOAB.

      Hope it helps.

      Kind regards,

      Edoardo

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