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How to change Quota deduction to 3 decimals

Our Quota deductions was set-up for 2 decimals, back in 2000, and we have a request to change it to 3 decimals for a Personel Area.

I've looked over the Time Management section of the IMG and looked over the Absence Counting (Rounding Rules, Counting Rules) and the Managing Time Accounts using Attendance/Absence Quotas (Quota Types, Deduction Rules) nodes, but I can't find where to set-up the decimals for Quota deductions.

Our IT2006 shows 5 decimals (but the last 3 are always zeros), but the Quota Used field on IT2001 (Q2000-ANZHL) only has 2 decimals.

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    Posted on Aug 17, 2010 at 05:53 PM

    Hi ,

    I think you ca set this at rounding rule level. Try once..

    Regards,

    Mahesh

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    Posted on Aug 18, 2010 at 05:03 AM

    Set the following rounding rule:

    nn Round to 3 decs 001 0,0000 [ ] 0,0010 [x] 0,0010 [x]

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Aug 18, 2010 at 10:33 AM

    Hi Remi,

    ANZHL field is attached to domain JRSTD.

    This domain is 7 digits decimal with 2 dec places.

    The view of ANZHL field cannot be controlled via customization.

    The only option is to repair this domain, which-I think- would not be desirable by the client.

    Regards,

    Dilek

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  • Posted on Oct 28, 2010 at 02:19 AM

    From all answers received, here and elsewhere, and from testing in our sandbox, I have concluded that SAP allows quota accrual with 4 decimals, but promotes rounding during the accrual since the deduction can only be made with 2 decimals, as hours and minutes can always be rounded to 2 decimals.

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