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Time management - Counting Class

Former Member
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Hi,

I have problem using counting class.

Currently I have to create new working time that starts from 8:30am to 1:00pm(to be considered 1 working day). Hence these are the steps taken:

Step1: Time Management->Time Data and Recording Administration->Absence->Absence Counting->Rules for Absence counting(new)->Define rules for rounding counted absences.

Lower limit Upper limit Target value

Z5 001 0.55600 0.50000

Z5 002 0.55700 1.00000

Step2: Define counting rules.

For annual leave, will have many counting rules, hence I added one more, whereby I indicated the rounding rules is Z5. And introduced a new counting class 4. But at payroll simulation, encountered issues.

But If I set the counting class to 1 and rounding rules Z5, it did not calculate the half day according to Z5 rounding rules. Whereby counting class 1 is already being use by our other rounding rules which is different from Z5.

Please advise how to use counting class? and is counting class used in the payroll schema.

Best Regards,

Grace

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Former Member
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Hi,

Yes I did check onto the rounding rules. There is nothing wrong with the rounding rules. Actually, can someone advise me on the counting class setting?

For half day annual leave application, we expect the setting to be 0.5 days when 8:30am to 11:00am is applied. When 8:30am to 11:01am is applied, we expect it to be 1 day. According to counting rule Z5.

1) If I used counting class 4 with rounding rule Z5, payroll will have issue, as the day generated is blank.

2) If I used counting class 1 with rounding rule Z5, payroll is correct, but for 0.5 days annual leave application,

Former Member
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Hi,

At infotype 2001, for this employee who is set to working time 8:30 to 1pm.

But when he applies leave, if it is 8:30 to 11:03, systems default the absence days as 0.57 and quota used is defaulted as 0.5 days. I expect systems to show 1 day for Quota used, as it has exceeded 0.556.

Lower limit Upper limit Target value

Z5 001 0.55600 0.50000

Z5 002 0.55700 1.00000

Absence type AL Annual Leav

Time 08:30 - 11:03

Absence hours 2.55

Absence days 0.57

Calendar days 0.00

Quota used 0.50 Days

One more thing to add: I have also maintain counting class in

Config: Define counting classes for period work schedule

For this new shift type, I default counting class as 4, but when payroll run got problem. Whereas should I set the counting class?

Former Member
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Hi Grace

Ro Rule Name No. Lower Upper Target value

Z5 Z5 Rule 1 001 0 0.56 0.5

Z5 Z5 Rule 2 002 0.57 1 1

Use Inc. in which ever range you want to include lower/upper limit.

Regards,

Dev

Former Member
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Hi,

What is lower limit of your range. Have you checked the box Roll.

Good Luck

Om

Former Member
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Hi,

At infotype 2001, for this employee who is set to working time 8:30 to 1pm.

But when he applies leave, if it is 8:30 to 11:03, systems default the absence days as 0.57 and quota used is defaulted as 0.5 days. I expect systems to show 1 day for Quota used, as it has exceeded 0.556.

Lower limit Upper limit Target value

Z5 001 0.55600 0.50000

Z5 002 0.55700 1.00000

Absence type AL Annual Leav

Time 08:30 - 11:03

Absence hours 2.55

Absence days 0.57

Calendar days 0.00

Quota used 0.50 Days

Former Member
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Hai..

The planned working hour is from 8.30 to 13.00.. i.e 5.5hours..and ur asking the syetem to count it as 1 day...

That means u have to enter in the % accordingly in the quota multiplier field so that it counts as 1 day...

Ram Manohar

Former Member
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Hai..

The counting class which u maintained for ur period work schedule will be maintained in the counting rule which is applicable only for that work schedule..

say for ex.. if a work schedule rule has 4 hours of planned working time, if u maintain a separate counting rule.. check only counting class in the counting rule in order to be processed separately..

But in ur case ur maintaining same counting rules.. Try maintaining different counting class....

Former Member
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Hi Grace,

It looks that your rounding rule is wrong.could you clearly mention the values.

Regards,

Dev