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Benefits No entry for eligibility variant ELVA / eligibility grouping

Hallo Experts,

I am facing tha following error when I try to enroll someone to a plan.

No entry for eligibility variant ELVA / eligibility grouping

Message no HRBEN00TABLEREADS269

Can anyone help?

I have checked having infotype 171 with the corrct dates.

If anyone knows what this message means please help.

Thank yoy

Edited by: sofiastef1 on Aug 26, 2010 2:33 PM

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  • Posted on Aug 26, 2010 at 01:19 PM

    Hi sofiastef1 ,

    This error message is not linked to the program grouping data (IT0171) but the employee and/or dependent,Beneficiary eligibility.

    One of the reason this error occured in the past was when student or smoker indicator is used on IT0021 to base eligibility on for country other than US (the eligbility will not work in this case as these fields are only checked for molga 10, for other molga an implementation of badi PBEN0034 will be necessary for this to work).

    In this is not your scenario, then check the configuration of your eligibility variant/rule and grouping. To do so you can run a consistency check in IMG path:

    Personnel management>Benefit>toolset-->configuration consitency check.

    Hope this help

    Best regards

    Sarah

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    Posted on Feb 07, 2012 at 11:37 PM

    I realize this is an old thread, but this is more than likely a very simple fix to a somewhat misleading error message. This is assuming that all other eligibility configuration is correct (e.g. T5UBU is correct, ELIGR feature is correct, no user exits are overriding the value).

    The error No entry for eligibility variant XXXX / eligibility grouping YYYY could be that eligibility rule for the variant/grouping of XXXX/YYYY has a start date which is greater than the employee hire date record in infotype 0000. This scenario will generate the error.

    To verify, set the start value for the eligibility rule equal to or before the hiring start date for the employee which you are receiving the error. For example, if your employee has an initial hire date of 12/10/2001 check the eligibility rule in table T5UBV (IMG > Personnel Management > Benefits > Flexible Administration > Programs > Employee Eligibility > Define Eligibility Rules) to see if the start date is less than or equal to 12/10/2001. If the date is greater than the hire date, simply change the start date of the eligibility rule to precede the hire date.

    The difficulty in this error is that the plan might be correctly offered for certain employees (with later hire dates for example), but incorrectly for employees with much older hire dates (see sofiastef1u2019s comment on 8/26/2010).

    To avoid any conflicts of determining the hire date altogether, you can also set the begin date of the rule to 01/01/1900.

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