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Retrorun and posting error

Hi Experts,

We are facing a typical scenario while posting.

Scenario: --

We run the payroll for April 2011.

While running the payroll for may 2011, user has changed the basic pay from Rs 10000/ to 10500 wef 1st April. Retro run has happened and posted to accounts. No issue.

On June 2011, user changed the basic pay to 11000, wef April 2011. payroll has run correctly, but while posting balancing error is coming. The difference amount what ever generated, by the change in basic pay wef April 2011, is showing in error log. In Basic and PF the error is coming.

Why for 1 retro there is no problem with posting, but when we are going back another month, this issue is coming. I have checked the posting characteristics of CF wage types of basic and PF is fine.

Any idea or advice will be highly appreciated.

Thanks in advance

Edited by: SAPHCMCON on Jan 21, 2012 9:16 AM

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  • Posted on Jan 22, 2012 at 12:41 PM


    Please verify wage type /550 and /551 which carries retroactive difference and map it to balance against net pay wage type in posting.



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    • Former Member Ameet Jassani


      Balancing is not happening for the month of April itself. When I am running the June 2011 payroll, system is generating /551 taking the previous changes before running the payroll for may 2011. I have tried assigning GL and symbolic for /551 wage type, but still the error is coming. In this type of scenario for Indian payroll, how we should map the GLs and symbolic accounts.


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