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HRA not calculated correctly thrugh PRZNT & SUMME

Hi All,

Currnently I am working on Payroll implementation for Country Saudi Arabia.

In saudi arabia HRA is calculated on Basic Salary. Formula for the same is as below:

Basic Salary X 3.5 /12

I have tried to configure this through PRZNT and SUMME, but I am not getting the expected values.

For e.g. 3000 X 3.5 / 12 = 875(correct value), however if i try to map this thrpough PRZNT & SUMME, I am not getting the same number.

Kindly suggest

Regards,

Rijuraj

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    Posted on Apr 27, 2012 at 09:42 AM

    The above said functionality cannot be met through Indirect Evaluation , please use User Exit

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    Posted on Apr 27, 2012 at 09:51 AM

    Hi,

    Is Basic Salary X 3.5 /12 formula fixed,then as per your example 3000 x 29.16% = your value 874.80(now maintain HRA =29.16% of PRZNT in Indirect valuation and Check),this will be rounded off to 875.

    however if the formula is not fixed go as what sikinder has suggested.

    Salil

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  • Posted on Apr 27, 2012 at 09:53 AM

    Indirect evaluation normally process a percentage of one wage type as value of another ..

    so like what suggested by sikindar you can go for user exit

    But if you want it through PRZNT then you can use it as 29.17 or 29.16 percentage then also there will be chances of fractions.(3.5/12=0.291667 ) more or less... the best option is user exit

    You can also approach this through a custom indirect evaluation module with the help of modifying user BAdI Please go though this link provided by sap

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_46c/helpdata/en/75/7e9885c0e2d311ba4d0800060d888b/content.htm

    Courtesy : SAP

    Message was edited by: Sujith Nambiar

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      Hi All,

      Thanks for your helpful suggestions.

      We will be taking it up with customer at his location to check if they

      agree upon a particular no of decimals so that the rounding error can be kept in check.

      Am not closing this thread.Will keep you posted.

      Thanks & Regards,

      Rijuraj

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