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Error Division by zero not performed during run payroll

Dear Experts,

I have problem when run payroll. Division by zero not performed

Calculation rules L0133****5 AMTIOTLMT RTE=TSDIVP DIVID ARR ZER

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  • Posted on Oct 12, 2010 at 08:57 AM

    LO13 is the PCR please go to PE02 and check it queries PRCL 1 please check the PRCL for the wage types which you have maintained in IT0008 it shoudl not be blank

    Check V_512w_D table

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  • Posted on Oct 13, 2010 at 01:58 AM

    The system can't make a division by zero.

    PCR L013 includes operationsAMTIOTLMT follwed by operation RTE=TSDIVP

    If you look in that employee's payroll calculation protocol/log at function PARTT, you will probably notice that partial parameter SDIVP is equal to zero.

    And since the next operation in the PCR is DIVID ARR (which is divide amount by rate and write result into rate), the system can't divide by zero.

    As mentioned by the others, first look into IT0007 and IT0008 where you may find a validity gap, or the percentage of 0%.

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    Posted on Oct 13, 2010 at 03:33 AM

    Hi,

    As mentioned above check IT0007. I have had to solve the same issue and it was because when the user make a change in IT0007 and the was no record in a period of time, so when the payroll run it couldn´t find any number in the hours parameter. The solution was just making the correction in IT0007.

    Hope it helps,

    Edoardo

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    • Do you happen to put this ee in 'in-active' status during the first partial month when he was hired for some reason ? If yes, check OSS 1295367 for SAP suggested solution. We had to change our custom rule to handle ee in-actived for the whole pay period to avoid divided by zero issue.

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