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Need Negative sign on Payslip

Dear Experts,

I have got one issue where client wants negative sign to be displayed on Payslip against the respective wage type on deduction side, some of the wage type are getting sign but two wage type are not been displayed.

I have checked PRCL and CC and also done the changes on conversion but nothing is working out.

Request you to help me out ASAP.

Regards,

Palak Vora

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    Posted on Aug 22, 2012 at 06:04 PM

    Hi

    When you check the Result table -RT of the employee , the standard technical wage type generated in payroll i.e /460 or /3F1 (slash ) wage types will not be having any ➖ symbol stored, where as all customer ded wage types will be having the minus value stored.

    To identifiy the customer wage types it will start with number e.g 1BAS or 1000 or 1B01 etc..

    However, in std PE51 Remuneration statement IN01 or ZN01 forms , we can display the customer wage types without minus value using the field conversions but the value in the RT will be minus.

    or you can develop a Zreport or payslip and manipulate the signs for your display

    call function CU_READ_RGDIR, PYXX or PY40_READ_PAYROLL_RESULT

    Best Regards

    Venkata Manikanth

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