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Absence and Payment

Hi Gurus

I need to read number of Paid and Unpaid Absences and then i need to pay accordingly.

Ex: Absence is 2Days then WT 1050 = Rs500

2.5Days then WT 1050= Rs450

3Days then WT 1050 = 400

More than three days WT1050 should not be processed

Client waht to maintain WT 1050 in IT0008 as fixed but based on the above absence condition it should be processed

6000 is the Wt i created in T554C for reading number of Absences

Rule is below

ZABS Attendance allowance 06.09.2011

3

1050 Attendance Allowance

NUM=6000 Set

NUM?2 Comparison

*

AMT=500 Set

ADDWT 1050 OT Output table

>

NUM?2.5 Comparison

=

AMT=450 Set

ADDWT 1050 OT Output table

<

AMT=500 Set

ADDWT 1050 OT Output table

>

NUM?3 Comparison

=

AMT=400 Set

ADDWT 1050 OT Output table

>

AMT=0 Set

ADDWT * OT Output table

I have been trying for 10 days and could not do it.

Kindly let me know is the above rule is correct, and where to insert in Payroll Schema.

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    Posted on Sep 07, 2011 at 05:32 AM

    Senthil:

    If m not wrong we have already solved your this query which you raised before.

    using some PCRs to be created with a similar conditions now isn't that PCR working properly or wat.

    Regards,

    TATA

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    • Hi,

      As the wage type should not be processed in case of >3 days absence, and the wage type is to be part of payemnt, i would suggest that you make the wage type as part of It-15, and write a code with the help of an ABAPer in feature 40ECS. This would solve your problem.

      Regards

      Raghu

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    Posted on Sep 14, 2011 at 11:47 AM

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