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Wage Type

Hello Frnds,

I have one doubt please help me to solve this. I have created one wage type in 0008 wage type group but when I want to assign it to any employee through PA30 it sis not appearing in IT0008 which step or table I missed any help would be appreciable.

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ARU

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    Posted on May 09, 2011 at 07:03 AM

    Hi,

    Pls. add newly created wage type in table V_T539A which needs to be defaulted & maintain feature "LGMST" accordingly.

    Regards,

    Rameshwar

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      Hi,

      Thanks all of u for your immediate response. Actually while copying the wage type wage type was not copied in table T512Z and when I manually add my wage type in this table my problem is solved thanks once again.

      Regards,

      ARU

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    Posted on May 09, 2011 at 06:59 AM

    Dear Aru,

    You might have missed the ESG and PSA permissibility for wage type.

    Becuase of that you are not able to assign that wage type to that employee.

    Check table V_511_B

    and if it is not appearing in the list of IT0008 wage types chek table VV_52D7_B_0008_AL0

    your problem will be resolved.

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    Posted on May 09, 2011 at 07:14 AM

    Hi,

    Check if wage type is maintained in View V_T512Z for IT0008 and correct molga.

    Also if you want to default in the list of wage type maintain V_T539A against the wage type model you defined for the molga in feature LGMST as said by our experts but if you are doing it for india then you need to define the wage type model in V_T7inA5. LGMST configuration for India is not required.

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