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Populating appraisal timelines in date monitoring infotype

Dear All

Can we populate or update the appraisal timelines captured in an field or column of an appraisal document directly into the date monitoring or monitoring of task infotype.

For ex:- if we are capturing the date of completion for each KPI / task / deliverable in the appraisal template, can that date be populated or updated in the date monitoring or monitoring of task infotype for further reporting purpose & for effective monitoring.

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Ravindra

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    Posted on Sep 09, 2011 at 01:20 PM

    Hi Ravindra,

    This is a cool request and I believe can be implemented using Performance Management BADIs.

    The important point is that, you should decide at which point you want to update infotype 0019.

    If it is OK for you to update the related infotypes at the time form is closed, then create a new filter value & implementation for HRHAP00_FOLLOW_UP and select this new filter value in PHAP_CATALOG_PA - Processing - Follow-up Processing.

    Within new implementation create an ABAP code using HR_INFOTYPE_OPERATION function module with I(Insert) option.

    Regards,

    Dilek

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    Posted on Sep 09, 2011 at 01:09 PM

    dear Ravindra,

    we can meet this requirement through writing DYNAMIC ACTION.

    you have to write a dynamic action and the task types should be the same whaever you are using in R/3 system and Portal system.

    Regards,

    mohammed

    Edited by: 0mohammed1 on Sep 9, 2011 3:09 PM

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