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What are the Processing class Specification and Cumulation Class need to be maintained in T512W

Hi All,

I would like to do Full & Final (F&F) Settlement process in SAP. Please let me know what are the Processing class Specification and Cumulation Class need to be maintained in Table 512W for the following Wage Types.

Notice Pay- Gross

Notice Pay- Basic

Leave Encashment

Notice Pay Recovery- Basic

Notice Pay Recovery-Gross

Regards

Gautam

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  • Posted on Jun 06, 2012 at 05:00 PM

    It may depend on your Country Code, and on the Model you used to create your Custom WT.

    Use t-code PC00_M99_DLGA20 to get a report on the current configuration of Processing Classes and Cumulations, or t-code sm30 to look at table view V_512W_O to compare the settings of different WTs.

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  • Posted on Jun 07, 2012 at 08:21 AM

    Hello Gautam

    You can check the processing class and Cummulation class for the SAP delivered wagetypes for the above and maintain the same likewsie for your custom wagetypes

    Here are the Model wagetypes as delivered by SAP for the above.Please check the wagetype characteristics in V_512W_D for country grouping 40.

    MN00 - Notice Pay

    MN01 - Notice Pay - Positive

    MN02 - Notice Pay - Negative

    MN03 - Notice Pay - FBP

    MLE0 - Leave Encashment

    Thanks and Kind Regards

    Ramana

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    Posted on Jun 07, 2012 at 09:20 AM

    Thanks all of you for your response !!!!!

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