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Annual Salary in IT 0008 not coming

Hi Gurus,

I have maintained Table V_T510 for Pay Scale Group and Level

Maintained V T510 N for pay scale salary ranges_

Created feature ANSAL for country Grouping 99 with ASAL as return value

Created Wage type valuation in VVT539J_B_ANSAL_AL0_

ASAL Annual salary 4 01.01.1900 31.12.9999 1000 Basic pay 100,00

Maintained table VT510 W_

Generated payroll periods for future 20 years in V_T549 Q

But my annual salary amount in not coming in 0008 nor the range defined is working.

I did not maintain V_001P_C Check assignment of Pay Scale structure to enterprise structure. Because we have many Pay scale types valid for one PSA.

Have not maintained TARIF feature also as I dont want any default value

Dont want to use LGMST also.

Please guide me where I am wrong, so that I can get Annual salary in 0008 IT

Edited by: Kumarpal Jain on Feb 24, 2009 11:37 PM

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    Posted on Feb 25, 2009 at 06:55 AM

    Hi,

    Annual salary field, ie. ANSAL is a free text. It will not come up automatically or gets defaulted. You have to maintain it manually.

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      Hi,

      Can you pls. explain what exactly, you did inT588M, I am using screen 2010 for China, but the annual salary in IT 0008 is calculating incorrectly, its multiplying the 1000 wt with 2160, not sure why though.

      I have the 'base WT valuation', WT characteristic', Define annual salary, etc

      Any help will be appreciated.

      Thanks

      Rl

  • Posted on Feb 25, 2009 at 03:19 AM

    where it is not comeing ? please be some wht Clear

    Wht abt the other wage components

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