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Vacation accrual semi-monthly using RPTIME00 TQTA

I have a requirement to accrue vacation time on a payroll period basis, which is semi-monthly.

In testing, when I run RPTIME00, it will only accrue the vacation monthly. When I set the "evaluation up to" date to something like 2/16/2012, 3/16/2012, etc., the program runs, but doesn't accrue any vacation.

When I set the date to 2/1/2012, 3/1/2012, etc., it runs and accrues the vacation for the month.

Is there a way to set up RPTIME00 to do the accruals semi-monthly?

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    Posted on Feb 02, 2012 at 06:11 AM

    Hi,

    T559L : Selection rule is you need to check. In the accrual Tab check payroll period if your payroll area is semi monthly or else check other period give semi monthly and run the PT60.

    You need to give Eval up to.

    Hope this helped you.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Ok, so I found the solution to my issue.

      I was originally trying to run RPTQTA00 to generate the absence quotas, so I had "No Generation" selected for the quotas in IMG activity "Permit Quota Generation without Time Evaluation".

      When I changed to using RPTIME00, I changed to "Increase" on the quotas. When you do that, an additional tab appears on the selection rules screen (V_T559L) called "Transfer time" (which I didn't realize).

      The transfer time tab allows you to specify when the accrued time gets transferred to IT2006. You can specify things like Upon Accrual, Per Calendar Year, Per Pay Period, etc.

      I changed it to Upon Accrual, and now it transfers the time to IT2006 every time RPTIME00 runs.

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