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Time Management - How to copy a time pair outside the planned working time

Hi Experts,

We are using Time management status = 9 for Full time Hourly employees. Planned hours (9:00 to 17:30) are to be paid through DWS hours. However, we maintain all overtime and absence hours for these employees through CATS by entering just hours (no clock times). My issue is, on the days where there is an overtime, the planned hours are reduced by the overtime hours in time evaluation. I checked the Overtime IT2005. There is no entry. The overtime attendance is created in IT2002 from 09:00 to 15:00. I understand this is the reason why the regular hours is getting reduced because this attendance is entered in the core time of DWS.

My requirement is to pay the overtime without affecting the regular time. If I manipulate the start and end time of the overtime record to outside the core time, everything works OK. However, that is not a practical solution. If I can change the start time and end time of this record in the TIP table to outside the core time, it will work. But, I don't know how to achieve this. Could anyone give some direction?

Thanks in advance, Joe

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  • Posted on Jan 19, 2012 at 03:15 AM

    Given what you have to date this is one suggestion (more than 1 way to do this). I'm doing this from memory as I don't have system in front of me at the moment but should be spot on.

    These steps are all sequential in SPRO under Time Evaluation > Without Clock Time > Time Data Processing

    1). Create a new time type in V_T555A, call it ZOT1 - Overtime or whatever you like.

    2). Define a Processing Type against your overtime attendance type V_554S_F - "P/T" Field, make it 09 for example

    3). Next assign a processing type (the '09' you assigned to the attendance) and time type (ZOT1) in table T555Y

    - create a new entry in the table for your PSG & time type determination Group now using your P/T

    - Now in "PTyp 3" field which is used for assigning time types from IT2002 enter a Ptyp 3 of 'M' for overtime

    - In the "TTyp 3" field enter your new time type.

    This will now generate a new time type and processing type TIP entry and leave your ordinary hours in tact.

    Lastly you can define a rule in V_T510S for this particular time type to generate a overtime wage type.

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    There are other ways also, and maybe someone will post an alternative way - there is no 1 way only to do something in SAP.

    Hope this helps

    Cheers,

    Brad

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