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Default payment method issue in Additional Off-Cycle Payments

Hello everyone,

I have an issue with Additional Off-Cycle Payments and running this in payroll driver.

I have maintained V_T52OCB or "Define default values for payment methods" in IMG as Check (C) but when I run payroll for this employee I see that payroll driver is considering Infotype 0009 which is a direct deposit but when I run the same employee in OFF-CYCLE Workbench I see that the run is defaulted to Check and is not considering Infotype 0009 which is correct.

What I don't understand is the same record when processed through regular payroll driver (RPCALC) is considering Infotype 0009 but Off-cycle is considering default payment method for Off-Cycle defined in IMG.

Has anyone seen this kind of issue?

Thanks,

Hemanth.

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    Posted on Nov 09, 2011 at 01:56 PM

    Hello Hemanth,

    The value you maintain in V_T52OCB is only for defaulting the Payment type in Offcycle Workbench Screen for the Reason you have choosen for the offcycle, it doesn't mean it would be run only by that payment type and you can overrite in offcycle workbench itself by choosing the other payment type.

    For Offcycle run it always with the value entered in IT 0009, For off-cycle, if there is a valid record with subtype 5/6, it will be used otherwise subtype 0/1 will be used if payment method selected is according to IT.

    If payment method is not according to IT a new record will be created in IT 0009 for the exact date.

    For Manual check, the check number can be entered in Offcycle workbench.

    I hope it clarified your doubt.

    With Regards,

    S.Karthik

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