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Personal Calculation Rule string search function - possible?

Looking for someone with a bit more technical know-how on how I can locate specific time types within all the personal calculation rules created in our HCM system. I don't want to search a single rule, I want to perform a search through them all. Anyone know how? I've tried to find an answer using Google, but found nada.

Thanks,

Garrett

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    Posted on May 04, 2012 at 09:27 PM

    Hi Garrett,

    Use the RPDASC00 program to view entire schema or can also download as HTML format and then find specific keyword/time type to search in all entries in a schema.

    In selection screen input XXXX as schema name, schema to be explored: 1111 to zzzz (if all rules created in between), check all expand's and program class as Time management.

    Regards

    Whiterays

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  • Posted on May 05, 2012 at 12:39 AM

    As mentioned by Whiterays, use program RPDASC00 to view your schema with it's subschemas and all the PCRs (rules) it contains.

    Once you have the report onscreen, you can search it easily.

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  • Posted on May 07, 2012 at 12:48 PM

    Just to add a little more detail, I did find this program by going to PE02, then under Utilities - Source text search. It appears to be program RPUCCOSE. I'll take a look at RPDASC00 to see how it compares. Thanks!

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