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No of Litres of Petrol Calcutation

Dear Gurus,

Client Requirement :

Employees are eligible to get Petrol Conveyancce every month, depending on current Petrol rate and no of Litres of Petrol.

But major callenge how should i calculate the Petrol rate and Litres and by using which infotype:

Ex : Motor Car : 25 Litres per month

Scooter : 12 Litres per Month

Please this is very urgent and request your inputs on the same......

Regards,

Sushilkumar.

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  • Posted on Dec 30, 2011 at 02:37 PM

    Try to Maintain the RATE in T511K

    and write a PCR or based on that constant

    AMT=XXXX

    AMT*KXXXX

    MULTI

    like that

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    Posted on Dec 30, 2011 at 07:02 PM

    Hi,

    As per Skinder maintain Rate in T511k. And IT0014 need maintain wage type based on Conveyance type in case of Indian payroll

    But PCR logic is different.

    *

    ****

    addwt *

    NUM= 2000 (After two spaces require = and 2000 is your wagetype maintained in IT0014)

    AMT=Kpet01( here petr01 is rate for petrol)

    multi ana

    addwt *

    use this pcr after P0014 function with PIT function like below

    PIT, PCR name in PAr1, NOAB in Par3

    here you can maintain different constants based on your ESG querying with OUTWP operation

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    • Former Member

      maintaining a constant value in t511k and calling will solve u r issue and in wage type characteristics (v_t511) copy a model wage type in to customer WT and maintain liters in number/unit field and maintain the max and min u r issue will be solved..

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