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Run Payroll Up to must be within the inactive period (try to run payroll)

Dear Guru's,

Hope u'll b ok and enjoying good health.

One for employee is resigned on 09-10-2010. After resignation/leaving we'll paythrough payroll (regular). Now if i'll run leaving action, it splits basic pay into two WPBP. which results in multiple enteries of 0008 wage types in IT table.

Now i have plan to run leaving action after running payroll for that person. is it possible?

2nd Query is this, I am trying ton intsert 09-10-2010 in 'Run Payroll Up to' field of 0003 but it gives following error message.

"Run Payroll Up to must be within the inactive period"

Following are Retro Limits.

Earls. Pers. Retro date: 01-08-2010 in 0003

Earls. Retro date in control record:01-08-2010

kindly help me in this regard

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    Posted on Oct 25, 2010 at 11:32 AM

    First Query: Maintain processing class 20 with spec. 4 for your basic pay wage type in the table V_512W_D

    Second Qeury: In "Run Payroll upto" field you should give the date up to which the payroll should run for the employee, even if he or she has left the company and not the date when employee is resigned.

    Hope this will help u

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    Posted on Oct 25, 2010 at 11:34 AM

    ok. let me try

    Edited by: Imran on Oct 25, 2010 2:00 PM

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