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Stop Deductions when Gross is in negative mode

Hi All,

When Gross pay is going to negative mode , I have to stop deducting Pensions.Help me solve the issue. Thanks in advance

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    Posted on Feb 05, 2012 at 06:12 PM

    Suchib,

    Do the configuration deduction on priorities under payroll node.

    Thanks and Regards

    Rajesh Kota

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      Hi Rajesh,

      The problem is still persisting.The Deduction wage type belongs to IT0011.When I maintained arrears table and the run the Payroll driver, I am getting the following error

      A deduction wage type was not completely reduced by the

      amount in table DDNTK

      Wage type 1S23

      Please check whether the wage type is still in table IT at the time

      of the PRDNT function (processing class 20)

      Thanks,

      suchib

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    Posted on Feb 06, 2012 at 04:40 AM

    Check the config part under Payroll:India -> Deductions -> Arrears and Priorities....

    Miantain below tables with deduction WTs and priority to deduct that WT

    V_51P6_B

    V_51p6_C

    Mohan

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    • Former Member

      Hi Mohan,

      The problem is still persisting.The Deduction wage type belongs to IT0011.When I maintained arrears table and the run the Payroll driver, I am getting the following error

      A deduction wage type was not completely reduced by the

      amount in table DDNTK

      Wage type 1S23

      Please check whether the wage type is still in table IT at the time

      of the PRDNT function (processing class 20)

      Thanks,

      suchib

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