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Old 03-18-2009, 08:13 PM
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Now we will see second Sub-Schema i.e., INBD

From first Sub-Schema to Second you need to use Back space

Here the Sub-Schema INBD



Use


The subschema reads the basic data (master data) required for international gross wage calculation.

The basic data is then printed in the payroll log (if program option = ON).

Structure

The following are the main steps in the subschema:

o read name of employee (P0001-ENAME)

o read relevant work center and basic pay data from the following infotypes:

- Events P0000,

- Organizational Assignment P0001,

- Planned Working Time P0007,

- Basic Pay P0008,

- Wage Maintenance P0052 and

- Cost Distribution P0027

o check that all necessary master data is accessible to the payroll driver (otherwise program is cancelled)

·print the above basic data in payroll log
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XLR0: Read last payroll results

Use

The last payroll result (can be from previous period) is read in this sub-schema, and made accessible to the current payroll run (for the current period).

The imported last payroll results, or the values transferred, are then printed in the payroll log (if program option = ON).
Structure

The following are the main steps in the subschema:

o import last payroll results (result table ORT)

o print results table (ORT) after import

o transfer relevant values to current payroll (LRT)
Control is effected via processing class 06 in table T512W

o print transferred values from LRT after import
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XT00 : Process time data in payroll accounting

Look at the Main Schema and Double Click on XT00

Here XT00 Sub-schema looks



Use

All information from Time Management which is used to determine working times and perform monetary valuations is processed in schema
Structure

This schema comprises the following main steps:

o The personal work schedule is generated and partial period
parameters are provided

o Valuation bases are calculated

o Absences are valuated

o Time wage type selection rule

o Employee remuneration information is processed

o Different payments are processed

o Time wage types are valuated

o Time tickets from incentive wages are taken into account in
processing

·Time wage types are input into gross and stored in RT

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INAP: Reading in further pay and deductions



Use

In this sub-scheme, the basic wage is supplemented by regular pay components/deductions or supplementary payments. Detailed processing of these pay components/deductions is effected in a special processing mode (feature X011).

Feature for special processing: Pers.Rule X011
Structure

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

o reading-in and processing of regular pay components/deductions from
infotype P0014

o reading-in and processing of supplementary payments from infotype
P0015
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INAL: Monthly factoring and storage (cumul.of gross amount)



Use

After all the payroll elements from Master Data and Time Management and the bases for monthly factoring (pro rata reduction of monthly wage/salary by multiplying it by a partial period factor (number between zero and one)) from the personal work schedule (including absences) have been set, you can use this subschema to perform the valuation.

Any pro rata payroll elements due, for example, to the fact that the employee has not worked the whole month if he/she joined or left the company or had other unpaid absences during the month, are then grouped in gross buckets for further processing. (Cumulation of gross amount)

In addition to the typical task of "reduction" of the monthly wage/salary for partial periods, monthly factoring can also be used to distribute monthly lump sums and hourly rates to Cost Accounting (CO).

Structure

The schema comprises the following main steps:

o generation of wage types /801 to /8nn for partial period factors

o creating partial period factors in line with specific regulations As different payroll elements are subject to different reduction regulations, there also have to be different monthly factors.

o determining monthly lump-sums for cost accounting,

o evaluating payroll elements, i.e. multiplication of an amount (in user wage type Mnnn) by a factor (which is in the BPE field of a secondary wage type /8nn).

o determining hourly rates for cost accounting

o processing standard wage maintenance (Schema XWM0)

o gross feeding and storage of the wage types no longer required during the course of further processing

o calculation of gross amount and cost distribution

Cost Accounting (CO)

Cost Accounting needs to know which part of the wage/salary was for "non-work" (paid leave, paid sickness, other paid absences, public holidays) so that redistribution to other cost centers can be effected where necessary (social cost center, overheads cost center).
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