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Anybody tell me this Rule meaning

Hi All,

can anybody tell me the meaning of this below rule. It is customized and will be great help if explain line by line.

NUM=TASOLL

NUM-TAAU**

NUM+TAAU71

NUM+TAAU80

NUM+TAUU81

NUM-R 9210

NUM*KGENAU

NUM/GADIVI

RTE=1.00

MULTI RNR

ZERO= N

ADDWT *

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    Posted on Jul 12, 2010 at 08:39 AM

    Hi,

    I tried to explain the rule meaning. Hope that would be useful.

    regards...

    NUM=TASOLL --> Number of the wage type is assigned to Planned working time measured in work days

    NUM-TAAU** --> The "Unpaid absence measured in working days" is subtracted from this number

    NUM+TAAU71 --> The "Unpaid absence measured in working days" in accordance with the absences evaluated in table T554C

    where unpaid absence counting class = 71

    NUM+TAAU80 --> The "Unpaid absence measured in working days" in accordance with the absences evaluated in table T554C

    where unpaid absence counting class = 80

    NUM+TAUU81 --> The "Unpaid absence measured in working days" in accordance with the absences evaluated in table T554C

    where unpaid absence counting class = 81

    NUM-R 9210 --> Number of wagetype 9210 from RT is subtracted from this number

    NUM*KGENAU --> The number is multiplied by the constant GENAU from table T511K

    NUM/GADIVI --> The number is divided by partial period parameter "Total working time in working days"

    RTE=1.00 --> the rate of wagetype is equaled to 1

    MULTI RNR --> rate and number is multiplied and written to the rate of the wagetype

    ZERO= N --> number is set to zero

    ADDWT * --> wagetype is added to OT

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