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Old 03-04-2009, 03:42 AM
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The bank holidays for 2009 may be set up as "moveable holiday" which requires you to enter the date in the public holiday for 2009, if you have 2010 dates you can enter those as well. You can check these via tcode SCAL, after you make changes to the public holiday/s all work schedules that use the calendar/s for the public holiday need to be generated.


Remember to transport the calendars once you have changed them, calendars are not automatically added to a transport when you make a change, itís a manual processes.


If the Bank Holidays are fixed dates, then check the holiday calendar end date and end dates for the public holidays assign to the calendar ( tcode SCAL), end date could be 2008.
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