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HCM P&F : New Hire and Time Management (SAP_PT)

Hello All,

I am working on a New Hire scenario using HCM P&F. This form has Time Management Infotypes like 2012 and 2013. The form dumps (even before it loads) when it encounters an assert statment on PERNR (and in this case it is initial) in the method IF_HRASR00_BLP_ADAPTER~READ of class CL_HRASR00_BLP_ADAPTER. I am not sure if PT infotypes are supported during new hire actions. By the way without these PT infotypes the New Hire form is working and updating all required PA infotypes. Also, for non-hire forms these PT Infotypes are getting updated with no issue and I am using ADOBE forms itself. Please let me know if I am missing anything. We are on EHP4. Thanks.

Regards,

Sachin

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    Oct 06, 2009 at 11:43 PM

    SAP_PT requires that a valid PERNR exist in the system (i.e. already hired). You will not be able to use SAP_PT service to do a new hire (this is documented by SAP). Unfortunately, you may have to omit the SAP_PT service until after the EE is hired (and saved to the backend) or develop something custom as we have to update the time records.

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    Derrick Banks

    Banks & Company, LLC

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      Guys, Sorry for asking again...I was not able to find where SAP has documented that in HCM P&F PT infotypes are not supported during new hire actions. My customer has this important requirement (I have a not so intelligent backup plan),and could not beleive that SAP did not support this feature since in the backend transaction Time works very well with PA during new hire. It would help to explain with the official document from SAP. If there is a URL or an OSS Note please let me know. Thanks in advance.

      Regards,

      Sachin

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    Oct 06, 2009 at 08:54 PM

    Can anyone throw some light on this please?

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