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Relationship Org. Management tables HRP1000 to HRP1003.

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Hi folks

Can any body explain me the relation between P,O,S in OM tables HRP1000 to tables HRP1003. How we’ll select O,P and S in these table on the base of an employee. Please also code some example with description.

Thanks...

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suresh_datti
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Hi Suleman,

The Staff & Department Indicators are maintained in HRP1003 for Org Units / Positions. Of course you can maintain HRP1003 only if they exist in HRP1000. The employee comes into picture if he/she is the holder of that position. Here is what SAP says about the Staff/Department Indicators in HRP1003...

<b>Staff Indocator:</b>

Allows you to apply a staff flag to a position or an organizational unit. A staff flag indicates that a position or organizational unit is not part of the normal reporting structure at your firm, but rather reports directly to a high level position or organizational unit.

A staff flag does not have to be marked as such. It does, however, influence the presentation of positions and organizational units in the graphic.

Positions or organizational units marked with a staff flag are shown in the graphic next to their respective superior nodes. Without a staff flag they are shown under the superior node.

<b>Department Indicator</b>

Allows you to mark a particular organizational unit as a department. This practice, which is optional, relates to integration.

If integration with Payroll Accounting is active, certain records are written from Personnel Management to Master Data. If you flag organizational units as departments, only the marked units are written to Master Data.

Marking units as departments makes sense when your organizational structure includes organizational units that are not actual departments (for example, a special project team).

NOTE: In order for the department marks to be recognized, you must also make adjustments in Customizing.

For reporting purpose, you can use the normal SELECTs like any other HRP table ie OTYPE,OBJID,PLVAR etc...

Click

<a href="http://help.sap.com/saphelp_47x200/helpdata/en/bb/bdb282575911d189240000e8323d3a/frameset.htm">here</a>

for additional info.

Regards,

Suresh Datti

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suresh_datti
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Hi Suleman,

The Staff & Department Indicators are maintained in HRP1003 for Org Units / Positions. Of course you can maintain HRP1003 only if they exist in HRP1000. The employee comes into picture if he/she is the holder of that position. Here is what SAP says about the Staff/Department Indicators in HRP1003...

<b>Staff Indocator:</b>

Allows you to apply a staff flag to a position or an organizational unit. A staff flag indicates that a position or organizational unit is not part of the normal reporting structure at your firm, but rather reports directly to a high level position or organizational unit.

A staff flag does not have to be marked as such. It does, however, influence the presentation of positions and organizational units in the graphic.

Positions or organizational units marked with a staff flag are shown in the graphic next to their respective superior nodes. Without a staff flag they are shown under the superior node.

<b>Department Indicator</b>

Allows you to mark a particular organizational unit as a department. This practice, which is optional, relates to integration.

If integration with Payroll Accounting is active, certain records are written from Personnel Management to Master Data. If you flag organizational units as departments, only the marked units are written to Master Data.

Marking units as departments makes sense when your organizational structure includes organizational units that are not actual departments (for example, a special project team).

NOTE: In order for the department marks to be recognized, you must also make adjustments in Customizing.

For reporting purpose, you can use the normal SELECTs like any other HRP table ie OTYPE,OBJID,PLVAR etc...

Click

<a href="http://help.sap.com/saphelp_47x200/helpdata/en/bb/bdb282575911d189240000e8323d3a/frameset.htm">here</a>

for additional info.

Regards,

Suresh Datti