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Salary Development Issue in General Information-MSS

Dear Gurus

We have faced an issue i.e “Salary Development issue in ESS/MSS”. When we opened General Information in MSS, triggered an error "Salary Development: An error occurred while the data was read”.

1) Does this need require any configuration in Payroll and in ESS/MSS.

2) Whose take away is this? Payroll Consultant or ESS/MSS consultant.

3) Please guide us to how resolve this issue.


Govardhan Reddy

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    Posted on Jul 26, 2012 at 12:30 PM

    Hello Govardhan,

    The Salary Data iview used in the General information page cannot
    be added there. As part of SAP standard deliveries, we provide two (2)
    Salary Data Iviews that can be used in the following contexts or pages:
    Compensation information and Compensation profile.

    In order to work together, all iViews are grouped together given a
    specific function, i.e., General Data, General Info, Compensation....
    This can be seen looking at their PCD locations. I've seen that you've
    tried adding the iview through FPM srvconfig, but you may have not
    performed the steps correctly. The Salary Data Iview can be modified
    to work in your given context but this would have to be done as
    described through this wiki page link:


    Best Regards,


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  • Posted on Jul 26, 2012 at 02:24 PM

    Check this customisation

    Under MSS, can be accessed via SIMG_SPORT

    ->buisness packages->mss->employee review ->

    define wage types for annual salary

    FM HRMSS_RFC_EP_READ_SALARY and HRWPC_EP_READ_VC596AC, you can debug this.

    sm34 VC_596A_C MSSH

    You need to maintain the Wage types etc

    check Table: T596I and molga employee belongs, he needs to have this maintained

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