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Payslip Form (Wage types)

hi everyone.........

i'm just some how new to SAP, but i'm now trying to prepare a payslip for the company.

i'm trying to show the employee wage types in the payslip using single fields, but the problem

is that some of these wage types are shown as *0,00 or *any wrong value.

i don't know where the astrike came from, also i don't know why it prints zero or any other

wrong value while it appears in the log with the right value.

can anyone help.

Best wishes;

Mickey.

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    Posted on Jul 18, 2011 at 07:56 AM

    Hi,

    FIrst let me ask you one question! Are you using tcode PE51 or HRFORMS? I am going to assume that it is PE51, which is probably the more used. The pay slip is full of details so I am going to give the ideas that come to mind that may be the reason for your issue.

    As you mention you have the results in RT correct, so it is definitaly the pay slip.

    1. If the incorrect value is coming from a field you set up in "Change Single Fields" or "Change Line Layout" once you double click on a field you will get a window. Down the window there is a space for Print Options. You have in there two fields. Output length and Conversion. You should probably have 13 in Output length and 40 in Conversion.

    2. If the incorrect value are from the wagetype that should change every month depending on salary like any payment or deduction then your issue may be in "Change Window". You should check if you have any rule there changing the way the value should come out.

    Hope it helps.

    Regards,

    Edoardo

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    Posted on Jul 18, 2011 at 07:12 AM

    Hi,

    Please check the Form used for Payslip.

    T-Code: PE51

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