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Old 12-11-2009, 03:48 AM
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Default absence quotas generation

The requirement is as the follows -
Leave Entitlement is according to the following table-

Physical Days Present Leave earned
0 to 49 02
50 to 99 04
100 to 149 06
150 to 199 08
200 to 249 10
250 to 299 12
300 & above 14
Please tell me how to configure it? Do i need to write a pcr to know the presnt days of the employees? if so how to write that PCR ?

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Old 12-11-2009, 03:48 AM
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You can create different quota generation rules for each days interval.
You can do this type of thing with standard config and no rules. This configuration is located here:

Transaction SM30 - View - V_T559L ...
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Old 12-11-2009, 03:49 AM
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For ur Requirement where the Quota Generation is based on his Attendance this needs to be done with a PCR no standard process/config is there.

First u need to create a time type in V_t555a and assign it to ur attendance types.Then a small PCR which will check for each day and say ur time type is 9000

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Varstreday
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Varstprsnt
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Adddb9000
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Leave.

So with this all the attendance days will be in 9000 so now another rule to generate based on the value in the Time Type.
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where should i insert this pcr in the schema...
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