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ESG grouping for absence type

Dear experts,

I have a requirement to have a ESG grouping for absence type. (Personnel Sub area grouping For absence type is available)Because my client have have absence type based on employee group. Their requirement is in IT2001 sub type,s ( absnce type) should be shown according to the employee subgroup. Now system showing all the subtypes ( absence type) in PA30. I need to restrict it for employee group,

I search some threats and I hope in standard system which is not possible, if so, how can I do this ? Can I do this via ABAP workaround? If so how can I do this.. Pls help me.

Regards,

Manju

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    Posted on Aug 24, 2012 at 07:20 AM

    Hi,

    You are right absence type creation based on PSA grouping for Absence/attendance type. But while maintaining absence type system check PSG Grouping for tim quotas and ESG grouping for Time Quotas. Right.

    For the ESG group maintain separate grouping for Time Quotas maintain counting rule only for those grouping only remaining groupings don't create counting rule. system will accept who are having counting rule correct other wise system display error counting rule not maintained.

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    • Hi,

      If it is in Portal side from ESS, absence types can be hidden based on EG and ESG , no BADI's or User exits are not required we can achieve from standard it self from portal end.

      Plz check the below table

      EGESGWEBMORule Group1Absence typesRule Group2Absence types1A1SDN10099SDN100991001 1B1SDN20099 1002SDN200991002 1003 1003

      Return value of the WEBMO feature will be the Rule groups .

      Now Rule group SDN10099 will have only the Absence types 1001,1002, 1003.

      Now Rule group SDN20099 will have only the Absence types 1002, 1003.

      Regards,

      Raja Sekhar

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