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Syntex error "HINCALC0 " "PCOIPIN0 " in

HI ALL EXPERTS,

I am facing one problem while running program HINCALC0, getting run time error

line 243:

"The FORM "OPK-E1" does not exist."

Thanks in advance please helpe me out to understand about this....@

Regards,

Kamlesh Manker

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    Posted on Jul 04, 2011 at 01:33 PM

    Please run the program RPUCT700 & RPUCT300, this generates the data for include RPCOIPW0.

    Please try to generate this in a test system, then re-compile the payroll driver, This should solve the issue.

    Thanks and Kind Regards

    Ramana

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    Posted on Jun 30, 2011 at 07:52 AM

    It says that operation K-E1 doesn't not have any coding for it.... That is may be there is an operation exist in system named as K-E1, every function/ operation has some coding to implement the logic for which it is being created.

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  • Posted on Jul 04, 2011 at 12:36 PM

    Hello

    The short dump states that there is a form OPK-E1 missing in include RPCOIPW0 of the RPCALCW0 program.

    I have checked this include in our standard systems, and indeed, the form PCOIPIN0 does not exist, and therefore, I believe that it should also not exist in your system.

    Please run the program RPUCT700 & RPUCT300, this generates the data for include RPCOIPW0.

    Please try to generate this in a test system, then re-compile the payroll driver, This should solve the issue.

    Thanks and Kind Regards

    Ramana

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    Posted on Jul 07, 2011 at 05:46 AM

    Issue resolved.

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      Hi

      Jayanti Venkata Ramana / Kamlesh,

      I am also getting the same Runtime error, while i was trying to run the payroll driver HINCALC00, OR T-Code - PC00_M40_CALC.

      The following syntax error occurred in program "HINCALC0 " in include "PCOIPIN0

      " in

      line 243:

      "The FORM "OPK-E1" does not exist."

      " "

      " "

      " "

      And i have also run both the program RPUCT700 & RPUCT300.

      How to generate this in a test system, and How to re-compile the payroll driver? Can you please tell me the steps from starting??

      How to write coding for operation K-E1 if missing??

      Immediate reply will be highly appreciated.

      regards,

      Surendra Rawat

  • Posted on May 13, 2015 at 11:33 PM

    The problem may occur if a function or operation has been configured in PE04 txn, as applicable for several countries, where as it is in the include for one particular RPCALCx0 or your country's payroll program only.

    To get this program name, go to your payroll transaction, then navigate to System->Status. Here you can see the program name like RPCALCx0 or HINCALC0.

    In this case, go back to PE04, correct the setting for the country codes relevant for the operation K-E1.

    In txn SE38, enter the program name and select option to generate. If you still have any errors you need to see where the error/s is/are.

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