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Retro active calculations

Hi Experts,

Is there a way to identify from the payroll results(Payroll log) that why the retro has been calculated. I am trying to see what change on the master data has been trigrred the retro becuase I have a employee where the system is doing retro but no master data change has been happened so I am trying to see is there a some way to identify the retro in the payroll log.

Any help is appreciated.

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    Posted on Mar 18, 2009 at 05:21 AM

    Hi,

    Check the WPBP split.

    Check IT0003 , Earlis Pers RA Date

    Regards

    Hemant V. Mahale

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  • Posted on Mar 18, 2009 at 06:33 AM

    Try the wage type reporter PC00_M99_CWTR for knowing the retro

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    • Former Member

      Hi there,

      Wagetypes reporter (H99CWTR0) will give you the amounts from the payroll results for a retro period..agreed. However, to know WHY the retro-active accounting got triggered by the system, use the report "Logged changes in the infotypes" RPUAUD00 (But to use this report you also need to make some pre-requisite configuration)

      Also please check if there was any change to the time data. Sometimes we miss to verify the time data changes. If the time evaluation was run retro-actively, the payroll should be retro-actively run to keep the data and results in sync.

      Hope this helps

      Thanks

      Baburaj S Avanathan

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