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Actions & Additional actions

Hi folks,

I am Srikanth, Could you please assist me in the following:

As per SAP HCM,:

"We can't perform more then one action on the same day, unless we change employment Status of an employee".

1) Is the above statement true ?

2) What is the relationship between Infotype 0000 (Actions) & 0302 (Additional Actions) ?

3) How to access the infotype 0302 (Additional Actions)?

Thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Feb 09, 2012 at 09:57 AM

    Hi Srikanth,

    1) Is the above statement true ?

    Yes, it is true. But, SAP has provided with the option of additional actions to enable performing multiple actions on the same day.

    2) What is the relationship between Infotype 0000 (Actions) & 0302 (Additional Actions) ?

    Action infotype captures the first personnel action run on the day. If additional actions is enabled than the following action run on the same day is captured in IT 0302 additional actions.

    3) How to access the infotype 0302 (Additional Actions)?

    In Actions Infotype 0000 below you can see window box with Addition action details.

    Regards

    Chandrashekar

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    Posted on Feb 09, 2012 at 10:08 AM

    Hi,

    1. Except termination action you can run more than two action on the same day at the time of employee hiring.

    2. 0000 is an infotype where we will perform any kind of action like hire,retire,transfer or any live event where its stores the record of action along with date if you overview it from pa30

    3. 0302 will triger from backend configuration in personal action type T529A node where we have to tick on radio button under U0302.

    Thanks

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