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Flexible UI Appraisal template (EhP4) - Cascading goal

Hi SAP HCM experts,

we plan to implement Flexible UI Appraisal template (EhP4), and also we

have used the function Cascading goal and we are able to see goal for

employees on all Criteria Groups,

my question is

"How can we designate which Criteria Group the cascaded goal should be

directed to"

As an example, we see we have a sample 2010 Appraisal Template. Within

that template we have the following Criteria Groups:

1. CG1

2. CG2

3. CG3

A manager goes into the cascade goals iView to create a goal u2018Complete

Safety Meetingsu2019 to cascade down to his/her employees. The manager

wants it to be a cascaded goal within CG1 criteria group. How can we

designate where the goal should actually be placed? Or can we add

cascaded goals to the Criteria Groups created?

this Cascading goals we are seeing for all Criteria Groups, we only

want to use for one or two Criteria Groups.

pls help me on this regard

Regards

Vijai

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    Posted on Sep 06, 2010 at 03:32 PM

    Vijai

    We configure the cascading of goals at the criteria group level. There are separate BADIs for team goals and company goal if we want to cascade these goals separately to different criteria group. If we want the goals to be cascaded to a single criteria group, we can use the common BADI.

    If I understand your question correctly, you want to give the manager a choice as to which criteria group they want to cascade the team goals to. There is no standard SAP way they can do it. This is defined at the configuration level and not at the process level.

    Hope it helps.

    Regards

    Lincoln

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