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Wage type Text Delimit

Hi Experts,

The Requirement is Delimition of Text

WT Text

xxxx Hos.Sav.Assoc

xxxx Hos.Sav.Assoc. IP

Can these both be amended to now read

xxxx SimplyHealth

xxxxSimplyHealth IP

These needs to be with effect from September.

Please look in to the Issue and get back to me your ideas .

Kind Regards

Githa

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    Posted on Sep 03, 2009 at 02:50 PM

    Hello Githa,

    The standard table T512T stores all the wage types and texts and there are no provision for date range. Any changes in T512W_T is reflected in T512T and it always store the latest change. It is therefore not possible to retro the wage text to reflect the wage in its different date range.

    In V_512W_T, if you choose one of your wage types and overtype the START DATE column with a new date and amend the text at the same time, although a new record is created (say from 1.07.2001-31.12.9999, and the previous entry is delimited to say 1.1.1900-30.6.2001) the text itself is 'shared' between the two entries that you can see when you use the EXPAND/COLLAPSE button. Therefore if you have amended the text to read say BONUS 2001 (when it previously said BONUS only), old entry on employee records will have the text BONUS replaced by BONUS 2001, even though this is not what you would wish to happen.

    The only work-around that I am aware of, to combat this problem, is to create a completely new wage type with the new text, and if you desire you can delimit your old wage type so that it can't be used for future- dated payments/deductions and add, for example, the words NO LONGER USE or OBSOLETE to your text on the old wage type to differentiate between the two wage types.

    Regards,

    Manny

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    Posted on Sep 03, 2009 at 08:56 PM

    Gita

    Try in the table T512W_T

    Surya

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