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IT 2006 showing 2006 incorrect.

currenty 7 CL and 7 SL in system

now i change CL 6 and SL 10 through table V_T559E

In IT 2006 system is showing CL 6 but SL still showing 7 instead of 10.

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    Posted on Jan 16, 2012 at 05:37 AM

    Hi,

    Delete Quota again generate..

    The following might be need to check your self.

    1. Check The base entitlement..

    2. Quota generation methods..I.e through time evaluation or Manual (PT_QTA00)

    3. Check generation rules.

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    Posted on Jan 16, 2012 at 05:08 PM

    Hi, try the following:

    1. Check your grouping configuration for the employees youu2019re generating (views V_503_E, V_001P_I).

    2. Recheck again the view V_T559E, and confirm if youu2019ve changed your correct grouping.

    3. Check the view V_T559L, and confirm if the rule is configured with u201CNo pro rata calculationu201D in tab u201CAccrual entitl.u201D.

    4. Check if there are no limits for the quota in V_T559L, tabs u201CAccrual entitl.u201D Or u201CTotal entitl.u201D.

    5. Check if itu2019s some Rounding rules that round the number to 7.

    6. Delete the records in infotipo 2006 and Reprocess the generation program.

    If the problem persists try to use the program, RPTQUOTA_CHECK. Run the program for the employee youu2019re processing and review the rules that are process for your employee.

    Regards,

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    Posted on Jan 18, 2012 at 06:00 AM

    Solved

    Thanks

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