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How to extend the functionality of the program HPLTQTA0


Is it possible and how to extend HPLTQTA0 report so that it automatically generates the limits in infotype 2006 for:

Absence Quota Type: 3

Number of Employee Time Quota: 2

Start Date: beginning of the calendar year

End Date: end of the calendar year

for children under the age of 14?

Thank you in advance for your reply.



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  • Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 03:10 PM


    Does your company have permanent staff consisting of Children under the age of 14 - who work regularly enough that they earn an Absence Quota?

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    • Right!

      By the way, i would not locate a program called HPLTQTA0. Quota generation is done by RPTATQ00, as far as I know.

      I doubt if there is a standard way do this. System can generate quota based on Age, Seniority etc, but not on the basis of number of children.

      If all childred are entered in the system using family/dependent info infotype, you could consider using a user exit in ROTATQA00 to read this data and assign the employee to a QUota Grouping that will generate 3 days of entitlement if they fulfil this criteria.

      There is one more user exit to modify the Quota generated by the system - for this you must generate 3 days quota initially, and then code user exit to make the value 0 if they do not fuilfil the criteria - you need to test this - you don't want to create a quota record for everybody in the system with 0 value, it should just not create a record if the value is 0.

      Hope this helps.

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