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Date to control leave quota- time management

Dear all

I have question regarding time management module. Our company use infotype 41 to control effective date of the leave quota.

Issue is :

1. What table/config to link between quota generation and infotype 41

2. Besides config, do I have to do something in schema( we are using -ve time)

2. Is there any possibilities to use infotype 0000 instead of 41.

Thanks

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    Posted on Apr 21, 2011 at 06:33 AM

    1. What table/config to link between quota generation and infotype 41

    Ans :

    2. Infotype 41 is used to define validity period for quota in Table V_T559D.

    3. We use same in Seclection rule table V_T559L for quota transfer as well as accrual period.

    4. Base entitlement also use rel. to date type from infotype 41

    In your scenario validity period is from infotype 0041 which needs to be configure in V_T559D table based on infotype 41

    2. Besides config, do I have to do something in schema( we are using -ve time)

    Ans : You need not to do any modification is SCHEMA for this.

    Lata

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    Posted on Apr 21, 2011 at 07:25 AM

    Hi mj,

    as lata said, link can be established for the quota generation to IT41.

    You need not to do any changes in schema until your Quota generation schenario is satisfied in standard, if not you need write a PCR according to your schenario and insert in the schema.

    we cannot use infotype 0000's date for the quota generation as it is shows u the begda for the latest action run.

    So it is not advisable to quota generation. It is best to capture thru 0041 only.

    Thank you

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