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Time Management -TM04

Hi Gurus,

How do we capture "Overtime" using TW30/TW15 though if Negative Time procedure is followed using TM04 schema ?



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    Posted on Feb 04, 2010 at 09:34 AM


    TW30/TW45 are not used in TM04, but in TM00. TM00 is used for Positive time management.

    In TM04 the process is much easier. You set up attendance types, assign time pairs, generate wage types in T510S.

    Finally, import results to payroll and pay.


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      But Guru, my concern is would we use IT2002 and TW15 / TW30 to record Overtime at a time ?

      - Yes, you can use the IT2002.

      If we use IT2002 to record Overtime how does system know that Employee worked more than the stipulated hrs ?

      - I though you were using the Negative Time.... In this case, in the infotype 2002 you'll need enter only the overtime information.

      What is the connect to update the Employee working hrs to SAP and can trace out that Employee worked more than stipulated hrs ?

      - You'll able to check this at the Time Evaluation results, in PT66. However, you need adjust your configuration to generate the Wage Types, Time Types you'll need. In your example, I don't think these schemas can provide the correct results that you need. Probably, you'll need configure a new PCR, copy the schema TM04 and change the rule TO01 in order to get the right results.



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