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    INA9: Cumulation of net amount and formation of billing amount

    Use

    All influencing factors from gross wage calculation are incorporated on a 1:1 basis in a non-country-specific net wage.

    Net components are not taken into account in scheme TH00 (net = gross).

    The generated net wage may be subsequently manipulated using pay components/deductions.

    Then, the net pay is generated, if necessary taking account of claims from previous periods.

    Structure

    Execution of the sub-scheme is made up of the following main steps: Advertisement


    o Non-country-specific cumulation of net amount (net = gross)

    o Generation of the net pay prior to transfer

    o Allowance for claims from previous periods during generation of the net pay.
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    INDD: Processing Deductions



  3. #13

    XNN0: Calculating Net & Transfers


    Transfers like Bank Transfer, Cheque Processing, Third Party Transfers.....



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    INE0: Final processing


    Use

    At the end of the payroll accounting process, this subschema performs a check to determine whether the internal processing table is completely executed.

    The cumulation is then recorded at wage type level, provided that this is programmed for the respective wage type.

    At the end of this subschema, the last act in the payroll accounting process is the export of the accounting results to the payroll account.

    The results of payroll accounting are printed in the accounting log (with program option = ON).

    Processing of the accounting results using Report RPCEDTX0 can be effected via the parameter "Accounting form".

    Structure

    Execution of the subschema is made up of the following main steps:

    o Printing of the processing table (internal table IT)

    o Break of payroll accounting if the processing table has not been fully executed

    o Sort result table (internal table RT)
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    o Printing of the result table (RT)

    o Printing of the transfer assignments (interne table BT)

    o Recording of cumulaton wage types (acc. to internal table CRT)

    o Printing of the cumulative values (from CRT)

    o Export of results from the payroll accounting function to the payroll account (databank: PCL2 / cluster: RX non-country-specific)

    o Processing of accounting results (RPCEDTX0) can be selected via the parameter "Accounting form"



  5. #15
    In this same way Payroll Run & Reads the data and process Results.



    Here Put your Customized Schema (Means after copied from Standard may like IN00 to ZN00

    And Run the payroll

  6. #16
    Once you run payroll


  7. #17
    The same sequence will read and process in the PAYROLL



    See the Sequence from Initialization, Basic Data Processing ...Final Processing.

  8. #18
    Hi

    Read and understand Functional using F1.

    Tomorrow we will teach in each step which are need to modify like In one sub-schema need to change some Rule based on Client.

    How and why with Example we will teach.

    ANY QUESTIONS?


    Thanks
    Wiki


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    Hi Trainer

    Hi Trainer,


    Can you provide some information regarding TM00,TM04

    How we will process these schemas?

    Thanks
    Anish


    Quote Originally Posted by welcomewiki View Post
    Hi

    Read and understand Functional using F1.

    Tomorrow we will teach in each step which are need to modify like In one sub-schema need to change some Rule based on Client.

    How and why with Example we will teach.

    ANY QUESTIONS?

    Thanks
    Wiki

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    Hi

    Sure we will take one day Topic.

    Thanks


    Quote Originally Posted by dryakp View Post
    Hi Trainer,


    Can you provide some information regarding TM00,TM04

    How we will process these schemas?

    Thanks
    Anish

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