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Half day LWP

Hi,

configured t554c , t556c and valuation rule and PCL in Absence (payroll node) but leave is not deducting in regular payroll run,

But full day LWP is deducting in regular payroll run,

rgrds

rj

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    Posted on Apr 26, 2009 at 02:10 PM

    Hi,

    If your reuirement is , a half day LWP and a Half day CL on same day , system does not allow .This can be done as following way.

    1.Create one more Absence type as 1/2 day LOP and one Counting class as same and assign both of them in table V_T554C and give percentage as 50%.

    2.Create separate CL half day Absence .but if he takes CL for half day it wont come under LWP right so absence valuation will be only for LWP.

    Regards

    CSM Reddy

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    Posted on Apr 25, 2009 at 04:19 PM
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    Posted on Apr 26, 2009 at 09:30 AM

    Hi,

    By default system doesn't reduce half day absence because TSAU** operation doesn't count half day.

    in the partial factoring rule use your absence valuation wage type(only for loss of pay) instead of TSAU**.

    Regards

    Raju

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    Posted on Apr 27, 2009 at 04:39 AM

    Hi

    Copy PCR INP1 to ZNP1

    and change as it is..

    ZNP1 Partial factors for India - /801(CD), /802(WD), /803(WH),/804(Nom)

    " *

    " /801 Partial period factor 1

    RTE=TKSOLL Set

    RTE*8 Multiplication

    RTE-TSAU** Subtraction

    RTE*KGENAU Multiplication

    RTE/TKDIVI Division

    RTE/8 Division

    ADDWT * OT Output table

    Regards

    Waseem

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