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+ve time recording schema

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Hi Experts,

For +ve time recording which schema has to use? Is TM00 and TM04 both are necessary?

Thanks in advance,

Riya

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sikindar_a
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Time Evaluation is used to evaluate the recorded time datas to run the time evaluation u need three basic information like master record , attendences , absences planned working ime and there are four possible out pits after the time evaluation

Time wage types ,time accounts messages ,updated quotas

So we need to run time evaluation to get these out put which will be processed in the pay roll to the payments .

Time evaluation is based on Time Schema

http://help.sap.com/printdocu/core/Print46c/en/data/pdf/PT/PT.pdf

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TM01: read the actual data, Automatically calculate the overtime with the help of events.

TM04: Negative time evaluation, Get the data from the Work schedules

TM01: Positive/Negative time evaluation: Read the exception of workschedules, get the data from the time events form the 2011IT.

TM01:

Schema TM01 can be used for time evaluation if you only record

exceptions to the work schedule, and not all times that count as working

time (actual times).

You can use schema TM01 to import and process time data that has been

recorded online.

The schema forms time balances, time wage types, and time quotas, and is

processed using the time evaluation driver, RPTIME00.

The valuation basis for time evaluation forms a planned pair, which is

generated according to the planned specifications in the employee's

personal work schedule.

The planned pairs generally correspond to the time worked. Only

attendances from infotype 2002 and absences from infotype 2001 result in

a difference between planned and actual.

Schema TM01 automatically generates overtime for all attendance times

recorded over and above the planned specifications in the personal work

schedule. If overtime is recorded in infotype 2005, it can be approved

systematically taking account of overtime breaks.

TM00:

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).

TM04:

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.

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Edited by: Sikindar on Jun 17, 2009 3:06 PM