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Default Time Constraint in Time Infotypes

Dear All,

Could you please tell me which is the default time constraint in Time infotypes.

Thanks in advance

Maziya

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  • Posted on Sep 06, 2009 at 05:25 AM

    not sure

    Check V_T582A and V_T555Y table through SM30 and take F1 and F4 help this mght help you

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    Posted on Sep 06, 2009 at 06:30 AM

    Hi Maziya,

    Normally the default time constraint of time infotypes are setted as 'Z' in infotype attribute view 'V_T582A', which means 'Refers to time management infotypes' . And the time constraint for these infotypes depends on the time constraint class defined in view 'V_554S_N'. The time constraint class is used to check for collisions between Time Management infotypes (2001 to 2012). It allows you to specify different regulations for checking for collisions between individual subtypes.

    The views Time Constraint Reaction to Time Management Infotypes (V_554Y_B) and Global Time Constraint Reaction (V_T554Y) contain rules for the collision check.

    Regards,

    Chen Jian

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    Posted on Sep 07, 2009 at 06:59 AM

    Hi,

    You can check infotype setting & time constraint in T Code PM01.

    0007 Planned Working Time -Time constraint 1

    2001 Absences - Time constraint Z

    2002 Attendances - Time constraint Z

    2003 Substitutions - Time constraint Z

    2004 Availability, 2005 Overtime, 2006 Overtime, 2007 Attendance Quotas, 2011 Time Events, 2012 Time Transfer Specifications, 2013 Quota Corrections - Time constraint Z

    2010 Employee Remuneration Info- Time constraint T

    reagrds

    Sri

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