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SAPSF6
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HI All,

We are calculating 30 days pay PY for unpaid leaves, below is teh attachement of fatoring PCR .

Now issue is when EE taken 31 days (months having 31 days) of leave and when we run payroll , its is dedcting one day salary in payroll which is not correct

how  we can fix this , belwo pcr fo rref

Schema XAL9-

PCR - XPPF -

GCY - XPP0

GCY - XPP1

Belwo is th copy of (XPP1)


  appreciate immediat eresponse

SK
 
 
 
 
 
 







   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





Accepted Solutions (1)

Accepted Solutions (1)

Former Member
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Hi SK,

Try like this

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   /801 Partial period factor 1

     RTE=TSSOLL Set

     RTE-TSAU** Subtraction

     RTE*KGENAU Multiplication

     RTE/TSDIVI Division

     ADDWT *    OT   Output table

SAPSF6
Active Participant
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Praneeth,

tnks fo reply

But in this case one or 2 days LWP is not deducting , Kinldy revert

Former Member
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then try like this

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   /801 Partial period factor 1

     RTE=TKDIVP Set

     RTE-TKAU** Subtraction

     RTE*KGENAU Multiplication

     RTE/TSDIVI Division

     ADDWT *    OT   Output table

SAPSF6
Active Participant
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Praneeth,

no it is deducting mor eamounts

sk

Former Member
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Hi SK,

can you explain clearly your scenario.

SAPSF6
Active Participant
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Hi Praneeth,

If EE take LWP  Py factorng should happen based on 30 days, this is working fine (till 27 days EE taken leave) with th PCR I mentioned .

Suppose If EE taken whole month in may (31 days), we are getting negative amount of one day deduction ,if in feb it is paying back 2 days sal,

in any of the months   if whole month lwp it should be "zero " sal.

how can we proceed

SK

Former Member
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Hi SK,

This PCR is working for me, now also i tested for employee full month LOP

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   /801 Partial period factor 1

     RTE=TSSOLL Set

     RTE-TSAU** Subtraction

     RTE*KGENAU Multiplication

     RTE/TSDIVI Division

     ADDWT *    OT   Output table

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