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Time Management - Schema

Dear All...

I am currently learning Time Evaluation and want to know how much importance should I give to Schema...I want to know if only a basic understanding of a Schema would do or do I need to understand each and every minute detail of it.

Also, how often one needs to build custom rules related to a schema (say Overtime)?

Thanks and Regards

Sammy

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2011 at 06:16 AM

    Schema consists of Sub-Schemeas , Functions, Rules and operations and this is Time Schema is like a program which will update the quotas, OT..etc while using Time Evaluation.

    We have 4 Time Schemas available in SAP

    TM00: Positive Time Management

    TM01: Deviations

    TQTA:Time Evaluation without Payroll Integration

    TM04:Negative Time Management

    Based on the Client requiremnt we go for the specific Schema

    T-code : PE01(Schemas)

    T-Code: PE02(PCR)

    T-Code:PE04(Functions and Operations)

    Using operations we bulid PCRs, To Insert a PCR we use fuctions in the Schema or sub-Schema

    If the client ask any Time requirement which is not in standard SAP then we go for Custom Pcrs

    Best Regards,

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2011 at 07:07 AM

    SAP provide standard schema TM00, TM01, etc

    but you can build your own schema based on your business process, what do you want to do with the data from infotypes 2001, 2002, 2011, etc

    let's say that you want to summarize all overtime data within a month, a week, or certain period, you can do it by schema,

    how to calculate total work days, total OFF, etc

    you can also modify / generate absence quota using schema, for me schema is very important

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