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Payslip Issue

Hi Experts,

When I execute payroll for After Changes schema ZAFT using display remuneration statement variant: AUS&ZADF, all the retro wagetypes are consolidated into one single payslip.

However,

When I execute payroll for Before Changes schema ZBEF using the same display remuneration statement variant: AUS&ZADF, a payslip is generated for each retro period.

The difference in the Before and After changes schema is in the calculation of certain wagetypes.

How do I explain this phenomenon ?

Regards,

Somdeb.

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    Posted on Dec 12, 2011 at 05:49 PM

    The payslip (or Remuneration Statement) is only a report that uses Payroll Results Cluster Tables (mostly).

    Did you compare tables RT of these "retro WTs" between these 2 schemas?

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      Hi Experts,

      Thank you for the valuable inputs.

      The issue boiled down into a non-issue finally.

      We learnt later some other team were also performing changes to the AS-IS schema and hence the anomaly in comparison.

      Regards,

      Somdeb.

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    Posted on Dec 13, 2011 at 06:52 AM

    After changing schema or before changing schema have you changed the master data,

    because master data(all infotypes) change will affect the pauroll, and it will run the retro.

    if you have changed or create only time infotypes then you have to delete the payroll results for that period and re run the live run.

    as our team member saild check the RT table results after and before changing the shcema and also check for is there any master data changes.

    regards,

    mohammed

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