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Half day leave / LOP, Leave quota, quota left is not showing in the payslip

Dear Friends,

In my payslip Half day Leave / LOP is not showing.

for ex. 2 employees are there 1 is absent for 3 day and 2nd one is absent for 1/2 day in the month may (31 days)

Amount is deducting in their salary but in the no. of days present column it is showing 31 days instead of 30 1/2 days for the second employee and for the 1st employee it is showing 28 days present and in absent 3 days (working fine for full day absent).

Before, in the column no. of absent is "0" after i changed my pcr then it is showing correctly No. of present & absent.

i changed my pcr like this

/801 Partial period factor 1

RTE=TASOLL Set

RTE*8 Multiplication

RTE-TSAU** Subtraction

RTE*KGENAU Multiplication

RTE/TADIVI Division

RTE/8 Division

ADDWT * OT Output table

/802 Partial period factor 2

RTE=TASOLL Set

RTE*8 Multiplication

RTE-TSAU** Subtraction

RTE*KGENAU Multiplication

RTE/TADIVI Division

RTE/8 Division

ADDWT * OT Output table

can any one suggest me how to get half day leave and one more thing " Leave Quota" & "Quota Left" is also not comming in the payslip

please suggest me

thanks,

praneeth kumar

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    Posted on Jun 08, 2012 at 05:06 AM

    hello friends,

    anyone please suggest me how to do this?

    regards,

    praneeth kumar

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      If the half day LOP record is existing in the Employee master data..your Abaper would have queried on Absence type LOPH (For example, LOP Half day). Check whether you have done that...

      If not you can debug the payslip program and get your values and know why the system is not reading your half day LOP.

      Zpayslip is done by your Abaper so check with them....

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