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Time Evaluation Schemas

Former Member
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Hi All

Please suggest me regarding Time Evaluation Schemas.

We have schemas like TQTA, TM04, TM00 Etc. when we use PT60.

What are the different uses of these schemas & what are the situations when we need to use these schemas.

Which schema to use when & where?

Please Suggest

Thanks & Regards

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Former Member
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Hi,

TQTA: Generate Absence Quotas only, wtih this schema, we can update the IT2006. Time managemetn status is 7.

TM04: Time Evaluation Without Clock Times, Time managemetn status is 9 or 1 in 0007IT

TM00:Time Evaluation with Personnel Time Events/with clock times. Time managemetn status is 1 in 0007.

For both TM04, TM00 schemas we are using the one T,code that is PT60. THis PT60 t.code create through RPTIME00 program.

Schema TM00 processes time events that have been recorded at a time

recording terminal, or the time pairs formed from the time events in

pair formation. Attendances and absences are also imported.

Schema TM00 is based on positive recording of time data, that is,

recording all times that count as working time (actual times).

Schema TM00 only evaluates time data with clock times (or full-day

records). The main task of schema TM00 is to classify the actual times

by comparing them to the planned specifications in the daily work

schedule (start and end of planned working time, core times, breaks, and

so on).

The time worked by the employee is recorded in the Attendances infotype

(2002), and not as clock-in and clock-out times. When processing

clock-in/out times, the emphasis is on the length of time between the

postings and not on the times at which the postings were made.

You can use schema TM04 to process attendances and absences that specify

a number of hours only, rather than concrete start and end times.

The times stipulated in the daily work schedule are not relevant. Only

specifications such as planned hours and minimum daily working time are

evaluated from the daily work schedule.

TM04 caters both for negative time recording (recording of exceptions to

the work schedule) and positive time recording (recording all

attendances or actual times).

If negative recording is used, the planned hours are generated on the

basis of the daily work schedule. Recorded absences and some attendance

times are deducted (see schema TP01.)

The "Time Management status" indicator in the Planned Working Time

infotype (0007) shows whether all actual times are recorded for an

employee, or only exceptions to the planned specifications.

You can use schema TQTA to accrue absence quotas automatically in time

evaluation. The functionality is limited to the task of generating

quotas, that is, time balances or time wage types are not formed.

The schema is designed for employees who do not normally participate in

the daily time evaluation for the purposes of managing time accounts or

forming wage types. Using schema TQTA to determine absence entitlements

has the following advantages:

o Quotas can be recalculated flexibly.

o The need for a recalculation is recognized automatically.

o Processing is carried out for every day in the period, leaving no

gaps.

We have schemas like TQTA, TM04, TM00 Etc. when we use PT60.

Regards

Devi.

andreas_mau
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In a nutshell

TQTA - used to create quoto entitlements, if done without or RPTQTA00.

TM04 - time schema for negative time entry, hence only differences are accounted for

TM00 - time schema for positive time entries, hence time is processed exactly as entered

Try this link for some docu

[http://help.sap.com/printdocu/core/Print46c/en/Data/index_en.htm]