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Hi guru,

How to specifies processing class and what basis we are specifies ? tel me step by step

Thanking you in advance,

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    Posted on Dec 16, 2011 at 04:53 AM

    Hi,

    Explaining doc is bit tough

    Please go through the table v_512w_d

    Thanks

    Vibin

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    Posted on Dec 16, 2011 at 04:56 AM

    Processing Class: How the wagetypes are processed in payroll

    Country to country P.Classes Varies and some P.Classes are common for all countries

    1. Assignment to valuation bases

    3. Cumulation & strorage of time wage types

    4. Summarize wt acc to tax & SI periods

    5. Create net remuneration and total expenditure

    6. Enter wage type from old payroll account in lrt.

    10. Mark wage types for monthly factoring.

    15. Valuation acc to principle of averages

    17. OT compensation

    18. Processing for work center - related remuneration

    20. Cumulation & storage at end of gross part

    24. Transfer control -cycl.x055

    25. Behaviour after end of payments/deductions

    30. Cumulation update

    31. Allocate monthly lumpsump to cost distribution

    35. Shift change compensation for substitution

    41. Cumulation& storage of wage types to be limited

    46. Process time tickets for incentive wages-cycl.xw10

    47. Special infotype processing 0014/0015 - cycl x011

    50. Deduction processing using Balaences& Totals

    70. Cumulation/ storage in to RT

    71. Create tax exemptions for allowances/reimburs ements

    72. Nominal Cumulations

    76. Cumulation for non-HRA Exemptions

    77. Nominal cumulation for 1 day salary Deduction.

    For better understand go V_512w_D and go for "F1"

    Best Regards,

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