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Former Member
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Hi,

Can anyone please tell me the difference between for-period and in-period in the payroll ? These fields are present in the structure PC261 (Names are FPPER and INPER respectively)

Thanks a lot in advance..

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Former Member
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Hi Shraddha

In a single year we have number of payroll period depending upon payroll indicator :

So following fields describe

FPPER : For-period for payroll

FPBEG : Start date of payroll period (FOR period)

FPEND : End of payroll period (for-period)

So here for-Period is in the form of

<b>yyyypp</b>

The following values are allowed:

<b>yyyy: year</b>

<b>pp: period</b>

Same case with In-Payroll

<i>In-period in the payroll run</i>

By specifying the in-period, only the interface results, that were exported in the respective payroll period, are converted.

<b>Example:</b>

For monthly payroll , in the Year 2007,

If payroll for Feb is run in on Mar 01, 2007

then

FPPER = 200702

and

INPER = 200703

Reward if usefull

Regards

Pradeep

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Former Member
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<b>In-Period</b>

The in-period (start and end date of a period) is the payroll period in which a payroll result is generated.

<b>

For-Period</b>

The for-period (start and end date of a period) is the payroll period for which a payroll result is generated.

<b>

In-Period View</b>

An in-period view is a selection of payroll results from the payroll directory (for example, RPCLSTRD Payroll Result for Germany) for a number of in-periods. The payroll results that were generated for the required number of payroll periods in the selected period are selected.

<b>For-Period View</b>

A for-period view is a selection of payroll results from the payroll directory (for example, RPCLSTRC Payroll Result for Switzerland) for a number of for-periods. The payroll results that were generated in the required number of payroll periods for the selected period are selected.

For more on this :

http://help.sap.com/saphelp_47x200/helpdata/en/18/68df51da7c11d1953700a0c9306433/frameset.htm

http://help.sap.com/saphelp_47x200/helpdata/en/18/68df51da7c11d1953700a0c9306433/frameset.htm

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Regards

Pradeep

Former Member
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Hi,

The in-period (start and end date of a period) is the payroll period <b>in</b> which a payroll result in generated.

The for-period (start and end date of a period) is the payroll period <b>for</b> which a payroll is generated.

Hope this helps,

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Thank You,

Former Member
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Hello Shraddha,

Please this <a href="http://help.sap.com/erp2005_ehp_02/helpdata/en/4f/d52f9e575e11d189270000e8322f96/frameset.htm">link</a> for your understanding.

Regards,

Ahmad Quraishi