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Needed SAP HR Table

Hi all,

Please tell me SAP HR tables for storing the following data for sap

- Education i.e. education name , degree,start date,end date,branch of study (major) etc ( Infotype - 0022 )

- Employments i.e. employer,title,description,start date,end date etc ( Infotype -0023 )

- Qualification i.e.skills,potentials,languages spoken etc ( Infotype -0024 )

- Personal data i.e. First name, Last name , email address etc ( Infotype -0002 )

- Address i.e. State,city,postal code, phone number ( Infotype -0006 )

- Payroll i.e. basic pay ,net pay , start date , end date etc

Any help is useful.

Thanks,

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Edited by: Suresh Datti on Aug 24, 2009 2:55 PM

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    Posted on Aug 24, 2009 at 12:00 PM

    Hi,

    The corresponding transparent tables are PA followed fy infotype number.

    Like for personal data (0002) it is PA0002,

    Basic pay Pa0008.

    There are also some function modules to read data for It0008,IT0024.

    Thanks,

    Sutapa.

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      Hi,

      The above function module is not for all infotypes.

      It is for 1,7,8,14,15,52,230,267.

      for 24 use RHPP_Q_PROFILE_READ.

      For 22,23,6 you can use simple select statements.Need to check if function modules for these are availavle or not.

      Or in your code if you are using LDB then you can declare the infotypes and when you do GET PERNR all infotype records will be populated for each employee.

      Thanks,

      Sutapa.

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