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How to findout the retro run of an employee

Dear all

I have one payroll area for 5000 employees.

In the month of April - 2011 system has run the payroll for 5000 empl0yees for periods 5007.

how can I find out those retro employees.

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  • Posted on May 04, 2011 at 06:12 AM

    hi

    one way of checking would be to check infotype 3 for master data change date , if u can make a query on that infotype.

    Regards

    sameer

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    Posted on May 04, 2011 at 06:27 AM

    Hi Sathi,

    It can be checked thru the for period and inperiod of the EE's

    if 2 r more payslips generated for 1 payroll period then it can be treated that the for some employees it may run retro.

    check the PC00_m40_CEDT (in this check the filed of current period options A & D and other)

    RPURECG0 payroll results check data generation

    RPURET00 Set retroactive accounting for changes in pay scale table (T510)

    RPURETR0 HR-SG: Identify Retrocalculation Runs across Tax Years

    RPURETR1 Include RPURETR1

    RPURETRD Include RPURETRD

    RPURETRI Include RPURETRI

    RPURETRM Include RPURETRM

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    • Former Member

      Dear Srinivas,

      Out of your suggestions report RPURETR0 helped me.

      This helped me up to some extend or full, I need to cross check once again.

      I have rewarded you points, but still i am keeping this thread as open to get some more options from experts.

  • Posted on May 04, 2011 at 06:35 AM

    Execute CEDT programme only for Retro runs for the current Period. please test and let us know in case of any issue

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