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day type rule

Hi Expert,

Could you revert on following urgently plz...

I have to create daytype rule, where in saturday/sunday is off

what is . and what is 1

1 is working day?

. is holiday?

How do i configure them?

Thank you fo your reply in advance...

Regards,

Sejal

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 06:35 AM

    Hi,

    Day types describes whether the days should be paid off or not.

    Day type Short text Daytype text

    Blank Blank Work/Paid

    1 TO/PD Time off/Paid

    2 TO/NP Time off/not paid

    3 TO/SP Timeoff/specdial pay

    In Define selection Rule according to daytype just configure.

    Thanks

    vibin

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 06:39 AM

    thank you vipin, but I am talking about,

    definition of day type rule, step you are suggesting is I have already done...

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      Hi,

      The day type determines the following for each day of the work schedule,regardless of DWS.

      The payment relevance for a day, the relevancy of the day for cal attendances.

      The daytype dertemines the influence on payment and also the relevance of the day for cal attendance times. It is therefore also used in absence counting and to determine wage types.

      EX: All holidays assigned public holiday classes 1 and 3 are paid dayoff.Thes public holidays with class 4 are unpaid days off. These pub holidays are assigned daytype 2 which means off/paid

      And in selection rule according to the public holidays class to specify which day types shld be assigned to pub holidays on weekdays and pub holidays on weekends are defined.

      Thanks

  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 06:41 AM

    Use the standard day type rule 01 which will work or try the below one

    RULE Dty W Dy Dty SAT Dtyp Sun

    AB .1.1111111 .1.1111111 .1.1111111

    DType : Blank is Work/Pay

    DType: 1 is OFF/Pay

    D.Type: 2 is OFF/Unpaid

    D.type 3 t0 9: is OFF/Special pay

    U use daytypes based on the requirement

    Best Regards,

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 06:45 AM

    Hi,

    Could you help me to understand the logic?

    blank stands for what?

    1 stands for what?

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