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Payroll Journal Retro situation

I have noticed the past two salary payrolls that when I run our payroll journal (RPCLJNU0) for the current period, it does not match the amounts generated by the payroll reconciliation report (RPCPRRU0) - normally the wage types on these two reports match - with small variances in the taxes. The last two salary payroll journals included negative wages and taxes for employees who had transferred cost centers. Normally I wouldn't expect to see the retro changes between departments and cost centers to show up within the payroll journal. We have not changed the variant that we use to run the reports. Has there been a change to the payroll journal? Why am I not seeing the same situation happening in my hourly payroll reports? And this is not happening on all of our salary employees who change cost centers? Has anyone else encountered this situation? The way I found it was to compare our ACH and check registers for the payroll to the net pay by employee on the journal report and finding the negative wages.

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  • Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 03:39 PM

    Hello Nichole,

    We are also currently experiencing similar problems with the Canadian Payroll Journal (program RPCLJNK0) when there are retroactive calculations.

    We have recently applied SAPK-60062 to SAPK-60074, and the program was changed by a Note in SAPK-60070.

    Searching Sap Notes, I have just noticed Note 1614391 and will have it applied in our DEV to see if it solves the problem.

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    Posted on Dec 09, 2011 at 10:49 AM

    Hi Nichole,

    While running the journal in selection screen have you checked the check box in Retrocaluculation Layout Inculded OOS Reversal check box , I have faced the similar problem .



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