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Handling Negative balance for Quota's generated via RPQTA00

Hi Experts ,

We have a complex issue of on how to recover -ve balances of leave which are generated via RPTQTA00 program in the beginning of the year, see below a case on this:

Problem:-1

• Quota 31 (Annual Leave) entitled to an employee in the beginning of the year (on 01.01.2012) 12 days @ 1 day per month via RPTQTA00.

• Employee availed 10 days (Annual Leave) in the month of February and balance in February comes to as 12 - 10 = 2 days.

• Employee goes on Leave of Absence without pay on 01.04.12.

• IT2006 is called in LoA without Pay action with operation LIS9 so that user delimit Quota 31 (Annual Leave) and system recalculate the entitlement from 01.01.2012 to 31.03.2012, new value comes to to 3 days and stored in IT2006.

• Since quota entitlement has been reduced from 12 days to 3 days and employee already availed 10 days of leave system stores -Ve balance of 7 days in IT2006.

• Now we want to recover this -ve 7 days from an employee by making the -ve balance to zero.

What approach we can use so that these -ve 7 days become zero in IT2006 and stored somewhere in system for recovery or new year quota adjustment.

Regards,

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  • Posted on Nov 17, 2012 at 08:02 AM

    I think you have to go with User Exit for achieving this scenario and also the -ve amount you can store in IT2013 and the same will be deducted through next year Quota.

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    • Hi,

      Can yo tell me how you are performing below one, means through cofig or in user exit

      • IT2006 is called in LoA without Pay action with operation LIS9 so that user delimit Quota 31 (Annual Leave) and system recalculate the entitlement from 01.01.2012 to 31.03.2012, new value comes to to 3 days and stored in IT2006.

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