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Split quota on payslip

Hi payslip expert,

it's about to display quota total/deducted/balance on payslip.

The as-is: Quota type 01, deducted from 2010-01-01 to 2011-03-31, balance = 5 days

Quota type 01, deducted from 2011-01-01 to 2012-03-31, balance = 10 days

I used table-field ZKQ-REST to display the tatal balance.

At payslip of Jan-2011, the total balance is 15 days, correct.

But customer wants to split the display, e.g. display the two records separatedly,

5 days till 2011-03-31

10 days till 2012-03-31.

Is it realizable? by which table and field?

Thanks!

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    Posted on Oct 28, 2010 at 06:20 AM

    I got answer partially: Select A01 and B01 as identifier, instead of S*01 (S=A+B, actually)

    But I can't make the "deducted to date" displayed.

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  • Posted on Oct 30, 2010 at 02:14 AM

    Our system was set-up so that a similar quota (valid from Jan. 01 to Dec. 31) so that on the last day of the validity period, the balance of the quota is transfered into a temporary Time Type, and that on the first day of the validity period that temporary Time Type is used to create the "Unused from last year" quota.

    Note that on the last day of the validity period, the balance of the "Unused from last year" quota is transfered into an other temporary Time Type, and that on the first day of the validity period that other temporary Time Type is also used to create the "Balance from last year" quota, therefore giving an opportunity to check if total accumulated quota is over a set limit (when required).

    And since "Current" quota and "Unused from last year" quota are linked but different, it would be easy to segregate them on the Pay Slip / Remuneration Statement.

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