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Prob in entering custom wagetype in IT0008 and IT2010

amber_garg
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I have created a custom wage type 9b01. It is supposed to be calculated based on the no of hrs entered for an employee and the amt should be calculated automatically.

I am successfully able to do that by entering this wage type in infotype 2010(and entering no of hrs) for an employee.

Now the problem is instead of entering it in infotype 2010 i want to enter it in basic pay IT0008 along with MB10. But in IT0008 , we are asked to enter the amt directly which I cant enter for 9b01(since it is to be calculated during payroll run automatically based on no of hrs).

Another reason why i want to enter it in IT008 instead of IT2010 is that in IT2010 it allows me to enter only 1 wagetype for an employee. In case if i have 2 custome wagetypes , i am not able to use IT2010 (since it doesnt provide me with the table control for entering wage type unlike IT0008)

THANKS

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sikindar_a
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Amber

Did you tried by Changeing this wage type characterstics , once you do that wht the values shown in the RT for this wage type

amber_garg
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I think you misinterpreated my question. Actually running the payroll is the later step. What i am asking is that i have created a wagetype and which is the way i should assign it to an employee for a particular month only. Shall I include it in IT0008 basic pay or IT2010.

My problem is that in IT2010 I can enter only 1 wage type for 1 employee (as there is no table control). So suppose if i have 2-3 custom wagetypes for different kind of bonuses , how can i enter them simultaneously for an employee

THANKS

sikindar_a
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you can check the same in the tcode PA71...

paul_davidson
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Hi Amber,

Concerned as to why you would want this wage type in IT0008-Basic Pay? That infotype should contain the amount or pay rate the individual receives every pay day. If you have an number of hours that will change each pay date, then you want to use IT2010 as you are or IT0015-Additional Payments. Numbers can be entered into IT0015 and depending on how the wage type is configured and the payroll calculations set-up, you can achieve the same result of the payment for those hours entered. Unless this number was fixed for every pay period, I would not recommend using IT0008.

Paul