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Employee Subgroup Grouping for Time Quota Types Country Specific

Hello All,

I am configurating quotas for numerous countries and I am using RPTQTA00. Employee groups and subgroups in Personnel Administration are now the same across all countries, where as in 4.7 they were unique for each country, for example

ee group = 1 means employee then

ee sugroups are

1 = executive

2 = salaried

3 = hourly

These ee subgroups in the old system were different where as Salaried could have been ee subgrp 31 in Belgium but for US is 2. In 4.7, Belgium Salaried ee was ee subgrp 31 and now in 6.0 is being changed to 2 like US in PA. In 4.7, Salaried quotas for Belgium was configured as ee subgrp grping for quota = 1. All quotas for Belgium for Salaried were configured in quota grping 1 in 4.7. Now all countries are sharing the same ee subgrps, instead of Belgium using 31 for Salaried they will use like US ee subgrp 2 Salaried. The problem with this is that table V_503_E Employee Subgroup Grouping for Time Quota Types, although is asking for the country, it is not country specific. Every time I go into Belgium and try to give the ee subgrps a different ee subgrp grouping for quotas for Salaried ees, it overwrites the grping I had made for US. I have for US ee subgrpg grouping for quotas for salaried = 2, where in Belgium it needs to be 1 but the table is not allowing me to keep

each country unique.

This is a big problem since I have several countries with their own specific quota groupings.

Please help, thanks,

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  • Posted on Oct 08, 2010 at 05:46 PM

    when you go to this table V_503_E, you still get county groupings?

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  • Posted on Oct 08, 2010 at 06:21 PM

    yes you are right with same groupings! let me explain

    Yes the quota does have a limitation of 99, But does an employee

    has so many quotas at a time in ESG and PSG?

    the new table T503Z to allow the assignment of one EE group/subgr.

    combination to several countries.

    So, the MOLGA field in table T503 is not used any more. (Please have

    a look to the 3.1G release note "Country assignment for

    employee group/employee subgroup".) For your information I have

    also attached note no. 137197.

    So, the countries allowed for a certain EG/ESG-combination are listed

    in T503Z. That means, that when you do a change in T503 (any country

    modifier) the change will be done for all countries.

    The groupings in T503 are country independent values. If you need

    a combination of EE group/subgroup for two countries we expect them

    to have the same groupings, otherwise you would not use the same

    EE group/subgroup, but instead create a new (sub)group-combination.

    The table being valid for more than one country does not mean that it

    is valid for every country - that's why the restriction there does make


    Thus, if you have the same groupings for different countries, any

    change for a country will affect the other countries which use the

    same combination of employee group/subgroup.

    Otherwise, you would haveto use different combinations for different


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  • Posted on Oct 11, 2010 at 08:36 PM

    please read it 137197, i couldnt attach it

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