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How to create new subtypes for OM infotype 1002?

Gurus,

I have a requirement to create four new subtypes (to different texts ) for OM infotype HRP1002.

Let me know the procedure to achieve this.

I looked in subtype table T591A and T591S, but couldn't find any subtype (even the standard ones like 0001,0002,0003 etc) for 1002 infotype.

Thanks,

Amit Jain

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    Posted on Jul 24, 2009 at 11:59 AM

    You can create them in table V_778U. Just look for an existing 1002 subtype and copy it.

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      Hi Amitkumar Jain,

      I am also facing same problem, i need create Infotyes with Subtypes in OM.Check below steps how i created

      1. I create Structure in se11. HRI9119

      2. In PPCI , i create infotype 9119

      3.In SM30 , I Maintain table T777i, here i selected my infotype (9119), then i clicked on infotype per object type and assign subtype (9229, 9339) to the my infotype .

      4. After that, in same screen, i selected my infotype and assign TIME CONSTANT to my all subtype and infotypes.

      After this , any think required to maintain , Plz tell me.. i didn't find my subtype in PP01.

      Thanks and Regards ,

      Venkatesh.M

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