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ANSAL in Japan not totaling up (IT0008)

Hi all,

I already set up 2 wage types, one for pay period amount 1000, one for allowance in Japan 1001, under wagetype characteristics, I checked "add to total", but it's not adding when I create new record in IT0008

Example:

WT 1000: JPY1000

WT 1001: JPY500

-----> per month: JPY1500

Annual salary should show JPY 18,000.

But it's not showing.

I maintained feature ANSAL with CSAL for Japan since both wagetypes 1000 and 1001 (under base WT) have valuated WT as CSAL.

Am I missing somthing here? Does feature ANSAL work in Japan?

It's working fine for US and Brazil.

Thanks,

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    Posted on Jun 04, 2012 at 02:10 PM

    Anyone? This issue is still not solved, I may try to use BSAL or another WT instead of CSAL...

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      I found the solution, copied ASAL from CSAL (since there's no ASAL in Japan), change the setting to the same ASAL in US with indirect ANSAL. IT0008 screen module pool in JP should be the same with the one in US. 😊

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    Posted on May 31, 2012 at 09:18 PM

    Hi,

    You need to make an entry in table V_T510_ANSAL for country grouping 22 (Japan) and check the β€œyear” box.

    Hope this helps.

    Donnie

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      That makes sense, but it still doesn't add up total amount.

      I modified CSAL by checking "add to total" (SAP gave me warning since it's SAP delivered), also, I noticed that CSAL has ANSAL filled in under ind. valuation, unfortunately there is no ASAL in Japan πŸ˜”

      Under SPRO / define annual salary / Relevant wage types for annual salary valuation.

      both 1000 and 1001 have CSAL as valuated WT.

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