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Quota accrual

Dear Experts,

My requirement is.. i have to create casual leave quota 0.5 day per month until end of the year 31.12.XXXX for the employee who hired for the current year.

I have written a PCR and its working fine but problem is, i unable to to stop this quota generation on the end of the year (currend year) its generating (0.5 day per month for next year as well.

How can i stop the accrual not to go beyond the next year,

thanks in advance.

Manjula.

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2010 at 03:36 PM

    1. Change your base entitlement period to calendar year and give an entitlement of 6 days per calendar year. Set your validity rules and deduction rules accordingly.

    2. In your quota generation rules in V_T559L, choose transfer time as MONTHLY.

    3. Allow this quota to be generated through time evaluation.

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2010 at 11:54 AM

    Hi,

    You have to add year end criteria in your PCR.

    1. Create payroll constant in T511K valid until end of the year.

    2. Change PCR to read the constant (operation HRS=Czzzzz) and if variable is equal to the value valid untill the end of the year then process accrual, otherwise cancel processing.

    Cheers!

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Ok, I see your problem now...

      Then create variable - time type - and assign value to it when time evaluation is run for newly hired employees. When time evaluation crosses 31.12 then set it to different value.

      You can use this variable then as a criteria to generate quota.

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