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Retroactive amount not appear in RT table

Dears,

Please help, i copied the WT from (1050) and created it in IT 0015, the original WT is working correctly and stored it RT table.

but the new WT is (2054)

only appear in RT in the same month but when i created in a previews period the amount not appear.

I checked the Log and the wage type not in the Processing of the PCR.

I create also the retro WT for it as below

FYI the below is the PCR

2054 Dependent Annual Air Tkt 9002 Dept Annual Air Tkt C/F 9003 Dept Annual Air Tkt Retro ELIMI * AMT= 2054 AMT-& 9002 ADDWTE9003 ADDWTE/101 ADDWTI/560 ADDWTI/562

Please advise

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  • Posted on Feb 20, 2019 at 02:55 AM

    The WT is related to arrears , If my understanding is correct when you pay the amount via this Wage type for previous months it will get carry farword to the current month which the payroll is being executed and in previous period log the amount would be accumulated in Arrears wage type.

    Check /560** series wage type and /551** Series wage type.

    Ex : If you pay 100 SAD for Jan 19 in Feb 2019 payroll period that 100 SAD will be paid in Feb 2019 via CF technical wage type.

    Just Create similar scenario with wage type 1050 and Check in case if you have missed any other PCRS which are involved in C/F and B/F series of WT.

    From the PCR given above by you the amount from the WT 2054 will be subracted from variable 9002 and result amount will be store in RT of 9003 , /101 , /560 and /561

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