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Country Specific ESS Applications

Former Member
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Good Night,

We are implementing ESS for Colombia. In this country not exist the standard SAP ESS Business package services for ESS.

We have that display fields that are specific of this country and that are in the infotype for this country in the system ECC.

I found the following document in this link:

[Country Specific ESS|http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/scn/index?rid=/library/uuid/30b0b66f-3a3d-2c10-4aa3-f53ee3299bb3]

According to this documentation we have that Create Webdynpro Development Component for Colombia (CO) by copying it from Standard ie. Brasil DC, and Create PCD content in the portal (iview, page and ESS role for PL).

Create a Structure for add the fields of Colombia and add this structuure in the tableV_T7XSSREUSEUISN.

I have doubt is in the part of:

Table Type: ZXXXHR_PERDATA_PL_TAB (Info Type 0002)????? Page number 5

Create FPM application:????Page number 6

Update the FPM Components for Poland???? Page number 6

And the fields :

FPM View ID:

FPM View Name

Development component:

In this document.

Kind Regards,

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Accepted Solutions (1)

Former Member
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Hi,

You define country-specific services. When an employee starts a service, the system determines the employee's country grouping and checks if there is a country-specific service definition in the V_T7XSSSERSRVCG and V_T7XSSSERSRVCGC views.

If there is a country-specific service definition, the system uses this definition.

If there is no country-specific service definition, the system uses the general service definition in the V_T7XSSSERSRV and V_T7XSSSERSRVC views. If the general service definition does not contain a resource object, the system does not display the service (see example 2).

This enables you to define country-specific variations of services for certain countries while using a general service definition for all other countries.

Examples

Example 1

Your company has employees in seven different countries:

Germany (01)

Austria (02)

Switzerland (03)

Canada (07)

USA (10)

(Number in brackets = country grouping)

The service for displaying a salary statement is the same for Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. For Canada and the USA, you need services with additional content.

You define a general service for displaying the salary statement in the V_T7XSSSERSRV and V_T7XSSSERSRVC views.

You define two additional services for the country groupings 07 and 10 in the V_T7XSSSERSRVCG and V_T7XSSSERSRVCGC views.

When an employee from Germany, Austria or Switzerland starts the service for displaying salary statements, the system uses the service definition in the V_T7XSSSERSRV and V_T7XSSSERSRVC views.

When an employee from Canada or the USA starts the service for displaying salary statements, the system uses the service definition in the V_T7XSSSERSRVCG and V_T7XSSSERSRVCGC views.

Example 2

Your company has employees in two different countries:

Germany (01)

Switzerland (03)

(Number in brackets = country grouping)

There is a service that is only relevant for employees from Switzerland.

You define a general service without a resource object in the V_T7XSSSERSRV and V_T7XSSSERSRVC views.

You define a country-specific service with a resource object for country grouping 03 in the V_T7XSSSERSRVCG and V_T7XSSSERSRVCGC views

This service is only displayed for employees in Switzerland.

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Whats your confusion?

Elaborated issues always fetch you detailed and meaningful suggesstions

Cheers