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########Contents:Organizational ManagementPersonnel AdministrationRecruitmentTime
ManagementPayrollTravel ManagementCATSESS. Schema & PCRE-RecruitmentOrganizational
Management#Existing Organizational Units Staff Functions for Organizational Units
Organizational Structure with Persons Organizational Structure with Work Centers
Existing Jobs Job Description Complete Job Description Periods for Unoccupied
Positions Existing Positions Position Description Vacant Positions Obsolete
Positions Complete Position Description Reporting Structure without Persons
Reporting Structure with Persons Existing Tasks Activity Profile of Positions
Activity Profile of Positions with Persons Existing Objects Structure
Display/Maintenance Organizational Management#Organizational Structure##OVERALL
ORGANISATION STRUCTURE The overall organization structure can be summarized in the
figure below. The various organizational elements are described with the code to be
used in configuration alongside.# EMBED Visio.Drawing.11 ###Enterprise Structure:#
Define Company:##Define Company Code:##Define Personnel Areas:##Personnel Sub
areas:# Employee Groups:#Employee Sub groups:#Assignment:#Assignment of Company
code to Company:#Assignment of Personnel area to Company Code:#Assign employee sub
group to Employee group:#Plan Version:##Set Active Plan Version:#Maintain Number
Ranges for Organizational Objects:##Set up Number assignment for all plan versions:
#Data Model Enhancement:Maintain Object types:#Maintain Infotypes:#Maintain Sub
types:##Maintain Relationships:##Maintain Evaluation paths:#Integration:#Set up
Integration with Personnel Administration:## Transfer data from Personnel
Administration (RHINTE00)#Prepare Integration with Personnel Administration.
(RHINTE01)#Transfer Data to Personnel Administration (RHINTE30)#Check Integration
Consistency (RHINTE20)# Personnel Administration#Maintain User Parameters:#Maintain
Number Range Intervals for Personnel numbers:#Determine Default for Number Ranges:#
PERSONAL DATA In this section, the system settings are configured for all the
infotypes that store personal data for the employee.This group includes the
following infotypes:#HYPERLINK
"http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/7e/5e041d4a1611d1894c0000e829fbbd/
content.htm"#Addresses (Infotype 0006)# #HYPERLINK
"http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/7e/5e03e94a1611d1894c0000e829fbbd/
content.htm"#Personal Data (Infotype 0002)# #HYPERLINK
"http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/7e/5e04e04a1611d1894c0000e829fbbd/
content.htm"#Family/Related Person (Infotype 0021)# #HYPERLINK
"http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/7e/5e05624a1611d1894c0000e829fbbd/
content.htm"#Identification (Infotype 0185)#.#Create Forms for Address:#Create
Names Affixes:#Maintain Titles:#Create Marital Status:##HYPERLINK
"http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/7e/5e04e04a1611d1894c0000e829fbbd/
content.htm"#Family/Related Person (Infotype 0021)#Data concerning, the employee�s
family members / other related persons stored in the Family Members/Dependents
infotype (0021).All necessary configurations pertaining to this infotype is done
under this section.Family Members In this step, the type of relationship between
employees and their relatives are defined.SAP R/3 Role Menu##HYPERLINK
"http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/7e/5e03e94a1611d1894c0000e829fbbd/
content.htm"#Personal Data###Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide
for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Personnel Management -> Personnel Administration ->
Personal Data -> Family -> Define possible family members##Description and
Configuration ValuesThe following table reproduces the initial values configured
for Cairn Energy
SUBTY#ZEITB#OBJRQ#STEXT##01#3##Father##02#3##Mother##03#3##Spouse##04#3##Son##05#3#
#Daughter##06#3##Brother##07#3##Sister###HYPERLINK
"http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/7e/5e041d4a1611d1894c0000e829fbbd/
content.htm"#Addresses (Infotype 0006)# In the Addresses infotype (0006), the
address data of an employee/applicant is stored. The employee�s address is used in
conjunction with the employee�s/applicant�s name, taken from the Personal Data
infotype (0002), for employee lists of different kinds, for forms, or for address
labels.In this step, the system settings for the infotype Addresses (0006) is done.
The Addresses infotype is used to store an employee's/applicants address(es).
Address TypesIn this step, create the address types as per requirement.The address
types are defined as subtypes of infotype 0006, Addresses.SAP R/3 Role
Menu##HYPERLINK
"http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/7e/5e03e94a1611d1894c0000e829fbbd/
content.htm"#Personal Data###Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide
for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Personnel Management -> Personnel Administration ->
Personal Data -> Addresses -> Create address types##Description and Configuration
ValuesThe following table reproduces the initial values configured for Cairn Energy
SUBTY#STEXT#ZEITB##1#Permanent Address#1##2#Temporary residence#3##3#Home
address#2##4#Emergency address#2##5#Mailing address#2##6#Nursing
address#2##7#Address provided during Separation.#2##8#Present Address#2###
#HYPERLINK
"http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/7e/5e05624a1611d1894c0000e829fbbd/
content.htm"#Identification (Infotype 0185)#This infotype is used to store personal
identification details of an employee.In this section, settings which affect the
infotype Identification (0185) need to be maintained.SAP R/3 Role Menu##HYPERLINK
"http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/7e/5e03e94a1611d1894c0000e829fbbd/
content.htm"#Personal Data###Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide
for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Personnel Management -> Personnel Administration ->
Personal Data -> Identification -> Maintain types of identification###Contractual
and Corporate AgreementsContract Elements (Infotype 0016)In the Contract Elements
infotype (0016), data related to the employee�s employment contract is stored.
Contractual RegulationsWith the Contract type field, you can subdivide contracts of
employment in accordance with the planned duration of the work relationship and the
employee�s legal status.You can or must also record the following information here:
For temporary work relationships, you must enter the contract�s expiry date (valid
until).Contract Types In this step, contract categories are configured.SAP R/3 Role
Menu##HYPERLINK
"http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/7e/5e03e94a1611d1894c0000e829fbbd/
content.htm"#Personal Data###Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide
for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Personnel Management -> Personnel Administration ->
Contractual and Corporate Agreements -> Contract Elements -> Define contract
types###Determine default Contract elements:##Evaluation BasisMonitoring of Task
(Infotype 0019)The infotype monitoring of dates (0019) is provided so that HR
personnel can monitor certain dates. In this infotype, all the dates that affect an
employee and dates which the personnel administrators should be reminded of by the
system, are stored.Task typeIn this step, task types with standard lead times and
standard follow-up times as well as indicators for additional tests are defined.SAP
R/3 Role Menu##HYPERLINK
"http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/7e/5e03e94a1611d1894c0000e829fbbd/
content.htm"#Personal Data###Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide
for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Personnel Management -> Personnel Administration ->
Evaluation Basis -> Monitoring of Tasks -> Determine Task Type##Description and
Configuration ValuesThe following table reproduces the initial values configured
for Cairn Energy##Date Specifications:##Calculation of Employment Period: #
Define Conversion Rules:##Employee QualificationsThis group includes the following
infotypes:Education (Infotype 0022)Other/Previous Employers (Infotype 0023)
Education (Infotype 0022)All data pertaining to employee�s/ applicant�s education
qualifications is stored in the Education infotype (0022).The standard system
contains different educational establishment types as #HYPERLINK
"http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/35/28eb1ee8a0556fe10000009b38f983/
content.htm"#subtypes#: If you want to store information about the complete
education and training history of an employee/applicant, you have to create as many
data records as necessary for the respective subtypes of this infotype. Enter the
respective dates of the training period as the validity period.You can enter the
following data for each educational establishment type:Education/training or
occupation the employee/applicant has acquired.Education and training category.
Institute/Place (e.g. University for applied science).Country Key, i.e. the country
in which the education/training institution is based.Certificate.Duration of
course.Final mark.Branch of study.�SAP R/3 Role Menu##HYPERLINK
"http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/7e/5e03e94a1611d1894c0000e829fbbd/
content.htm"#Personal Data###Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide
for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Personnel Management -> Personnel Administration
-> Employee Qualifications -> Education and Training -> Create education
establishment types##Description and Configuration ValuesThe following table
reproduces the initial values configured for Cairn EnergyNature#Educ. est.
text##01#Certificate Course##02#Diploma##03#Doctorate##04#Graduate##05#Master
Diploma (2yea##06#Post Graduate##07#Post Graduate Diplom##08#Professional##09#Under
Graduate##10#Vocational##SAP R/3 Role Menu##HYPERLINK
"http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/7e/5e03e94a1611d1894c0000e829fbbd/
content.htm"#Personal Data###Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide
for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Personnel Management -> Personnel Administration ->
Employee Qualifications -> Education and Training -> Define Education/Training###
Other and previous employers:Other/Previous Employers (Infotype 0023)In the
Other/Previous Employers infotype (0023), information on other work contracts of an
employee or applicant is stored.If more than one of an employee�s or applicant�s
employers need to be enter, create many data records within this infotype, each
with their respective validity period.Specify the employer�s name and the country
it is based in for each employer. Following details can be also stored:City in
which the company is based.Industry in which the company is active.Job that the
employee or applicant carried out or carries out.Work contract with other employer.
In this section, the necessary settings for infotype Previous Employment (0023) are
done.SAP R/3 Role Menu##HYPERLINK
"http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/7e/5e03e94a1611d1894c0000e829fbbd/
content.htm"#Personal Data###Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide
for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Personnel Management -> Personnel Administration ->
Employee Qualifications -> Other/Previous Employers -> Create employer's industry
sector##Description and Configuration ValuesThe following table reproduces the
initial values configured for Cairn EnergyIndus.#Description##0001#Oil & Gas
Ind.##0002#Consulting##0003#Consumer##0004#Hi-
Tech##0005#Insurance##0006#ITES##0007#Oil & Gas - Downstream##0008#Oil & Gas -
Upstream##0009#Telecom##0010#Manufacturing##0011#Pharmaceutical##0012#Others##0013#
NGO##0014#Hotels##0015#FMCG##0017#Service Industry##0018#Others##SAP R/3 Role
Menu##HYPERLINK
"http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/7e/5e03e94a1611d1894c0000e829fbbd/
content.htm"#Personal Data###Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide
for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Personnel Management -> Personnel Administration ->
Employee Qualifications -> Other/Previous Employers -> Create activities in
employment##Description and Configuration ValuesThe following table reproduces the
initial values configured for Cairn Energy
Job#Text##00000001#Geologist##00000002#Site
Engg.##00000003#Surveyor##Communication: infotyoe:0105.CommunicationCommunication
(Infotype 0105)An employee� communication ID is stored in the Communication
infotype (0105).An employee�s communication ID is valid for a certain type of
communication (such as ERP system, Internet). In this chapter, all necessary
customizing is prepared for this infotype.SAP R/3 Role Menu##HYPERLINK
"http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/7e/5e03e94a1611d1894c0000e829fbbd/
content.htm"#Personal Data###Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide
for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Personnel Management -> Personnel Administration ->
Communication -> Create communication types######Customizing procedures In this
chapter, system will be set up so that a large part of the work processes used in
the enterprise are reflected in the HR System.For example, we can determine which
infotypes are to be proposed as defaults when a person is hired or if an employee's
organizational assignment changes.In the HR System, hiring is considered to be a
personnel action; one can define and describe personnel actions as per requirement
of an organization.One can set up own menus as per requirement.One can initiate
actions so that they depend on the existence of certain infotypes and/or their
contents.ActionsIn this chapter, personnel actions together with the possible
reasons are defined and the work contents and the choice of actions for the
administrator.Define info groupsSAP R/3 Role Menu##HYPERLINK
"http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/7e/5e03e94a1611d1894c0000e829fbbd/
content.htm"#Personal Data###Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide
for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Personnel Management -> Personnel Administration ->
Customizing Procedures -> Actions -> Define infogroups##Description and
Configuration ValuesThe following table reproduces the initial values configured
for Cairn EnergyInfo group#01#Hiring######User
group#Infogrmod.#No#Op.#IType#SC#STy.#Infotype
text##99##00#INS#0001###Organizational Assignment##99##01#INS#0002###Personal
Data##99##03#INS#0006##8#Addresses##99##04#INS#0006##1#Addresses##99##05#INS#0007##
#Planned Working Time##99##06#INS#0008###Basic Pay##99##07#INS#0009###Bank
Details##99##09#INS#0021###Family Member/Dependents##99##10#INS#0021###Family
Member/Dependents##99##11#INS#0021###Family
Member/Dependents##99##12#INS#0021###Family
Member/Dependents##99##13#INS#0021###Family Member/Dependents##Info
group#AA#Confirmation######User group#Infogrmod.#No#Op.#IType#SC#STy.#Infotype
text####################Info group#AB#Promotion######User
group#Infogrmod.#No#Op.#IType#SC#STy.#Infotype
text##99##01#COP#0001###Organizational Assignment##99##02#COP#0008###Basic Pay##
Infogroup#AC#Transfer######User group#Infogrmod.#No#Op.#IType#SC#STy.#Infotype
text##99##01#COP#0001###Organizational Assignment##99##02#COP#0008###Basic Pay##
Infogroup#AD#Re-designation######User
group#Infogrmod.#No#Op.#IType#SC#STy.#Infotype
text##99##00#COP#0001###Organizational Assignment##Infogroup#AE#Mid Year Salary
Review######User group#Infogrmod.#No#Op.#IType#SC#STy.#Infotype
text##99##00#COP#0008###Basic Pay##Infogroup#AF#Secondment######User
group#Infogrmod.#No#Op.#IType#SC#STy.#Infotype text##99##03#COP#0008###Basic Pay
##99##04#COP#0007###Planned Working Time##99##05#COP#0395###External Organizational
Assignment##99##06#COP#0396###Expatriation##Infogroup#AG#Repatriation######User
group#Infogrmod.#No#Op.#IType#SC#STy.#Infotype text##99##01#COP#0395###External
Organizational Assignment##99##03#COP#0008###Basic Pay##
Infogroup#AH#Repatriation######User group#Infogrmod.#No#Op.#IType#SC#STy.#Infotype
text##99##01#COP#0001###Organizational Assignment##99##02#COP#0019###Monitoring of
Tasks##Infogroup#AI#Going to be Separated######User
group#Infogrmod.#No#Op.#IType#SC#STy.#Infotype
text##99##00#COP#0001###Organizational Assignment##Infogroup#AJ#Temporary
Assignment######User group#Infogrmod.#No#Op.#IType#SC#STy.#Infotype
text##99##03#COP#0008###Basic Pay##99##04#COP#0007###Planned Working
Time##99##05#COP#0395###External Organizational Assignment##Infogroup#AK#promotion
& Transfer######User group#Infogrmod.#No#Op.#IType#SC#STy.#Infotype
text##99##01#COP#0001###Organizational Assignment##99##02#COP#0008###Basic Pay##
Infogroup#AL#Transfer & Re-designation######User
group#Infogrmod.#No#Op.#IType#SC#STy.#Infotype
text##99##01#COP#0001###Organizational Assignment##99##02#COP#0008###Basic Pay##
Infogroup#AM#Relocation######User group#Infogrmod.#No#Op.#IType#SC#STy.#Infotype
text##99##01#COP#0001###Organizational Assignment##99##02#COP#0008###Basic Pay##
Infogroup#AN#Temp Assignment to Secondment######User
group#Infogrmod.#No#Op.#IType#SC#STy.#Infotype text##99##03#COP#0008###Basic
Pay##99##04#COP#0007###Planned Working Time##99##05#COP#0395###External
Organizational Assignment##Infogroup#84#Separation######User
group#Infogrmod.#No#Op.#IType#SC#STy.#Infotype
text##99##02#COP#0001###Organizational Assignment##99##09#LIS9#0185###Personal
IDs##99##10#LIS9#0185###Personal IDs##99##11#LIS9#0008###Basic Pay##Create
customer-specific statusSAP R/3 Role Menu##HYPERLINK
"http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/7e/5e03e94a1611d1894c0000e829fbbd/
content.htm"#Personal Data###Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide
for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Personnel Management -> Personnel Administration ->
Customizing Procedures -> Actions -> Create customer-specific status##Description
and Configuration ValuesThe following table reproduces the initial values
configured for Cairn EnergyStat.#Name##1#On Probation##2#Confirmed##3#On Temp.
Assignment / Secondment##4#Inactive Employee##Set up personnel actionsSAP R/3 Role
Menu##HYPERLINK
"http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/7e/5e03e94a1611d1894c0000e829fbbd/
content.htm"#Personal Data###Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide
for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Personnel Management -> Personnel Administration ->
Customizing Procedures -> Actions -> Set up personnel actions##Description and
Configuration ValuesThe following table reproduces the initial values configured
for Cairn EnergyAct.#Name of action type#FC#Cust. Stat.#Empl. Stat.#Spe.
Stat.#Check#IG#Dte#U0000#U0302#Cntry
Reass##01#Hiring#1#1#3###10##X#X###20#Separation#0##0#0##84#1#X#X###62#Hire
applicant#7#1#3#1##48##X#X###AA#Confirmation#0#2#3###AA##X#X###AB#Promotion#0#2#3##
#AB##X#X###AC#Transfer#0#2#3###AC##X#X###AD#Re-designation#0#2#3###AD##X#X###AE#Mid
Year Salary
Review#0#2#3###AE##X#X###AF#Secondment#0#3#3###AF##X#X###AG#Repatriation#0#2#3###AG
##X#X###AH#Probation extension#0#1#3###AH##X#X###AI#Going to be
Separated#0#1#3###AI##X#X###AJ#Temp. Assignment#0#3#3###AJ##X#X###AK#Promotion &
Transfer#0#2#3###AK##X#X###AL#Transfer & Re-
designation#0#2#3###AL##X#X###AM#Relocation#0#2#3###AM##X#X###AN#Temp Assign conv
to Secondment#0#3#3###AN##X#X###Create reasons for personnel actionsSAP R/3 Role
Menu##HYPERLINK
"http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/7e/5e03e94a1611d1894c0000e829fbbd/
content.htm"#Personal
Data###Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing
(IMG) -> Personnel Management -> Personnel Administration -> Customizing Procedures
-> Actions -> Create reasons for personnel actions##Description and Configuration
ValuesThe following table reproduces the initial values configured for Cairn Energy
Act.#Name of action type#ActR#Name of reason for
action##01#Hiring####20#Separation####20#Separation#01#Retirement##20#Separation#02
#Resignation##20#Separation#04#Termination##20#Separation#09#Death of
employee##62#Hire
applicant####AA#Confirmation####AB#Promotion####AC#Transfer####AC#Transfer#01#Vacan
cy##AC#Transfer#02#Career progression##AC#Transfer#03#Personal reason##AD#Re-
designation##Better Reflection Of Role##AD#Re-designation#01#Change in Job
/Role##AD#Re-designation#02#Change in titling Protocol##AE#Mid Year Salary
Review####AE#Mid Year Salary Review#01#Internal Parity##AE#Mid Year Salary
Review#02#Market Correction##AF#Secondment####AG#Repatriation####AH#Probation
extension##Unsatisfactory Performance##AI#Going to be Separated####AI#Going to be
Separated#01#Retirement##AI#Going to be Separated#02#Resignation##AJ#Temp.
Assignment####AN#Temp Assign conv to Secondment#01###Change action menuSAP R/3 Role
Menu##HYPERLINK
"http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/7e/5e03e94a1611d1894c0000e829fbbd/
content.htm"#Personal Data###Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide
for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Personnel Management -> Personnel Administration ->
Customizing Procedures -> Actions -> Change action menu##Description and
Configuration ValuesThe following table reproduces the initial values configured
for Cairn EnergyMenu#01#Actions###User group#No#Action#Name of Action
type##99#01#01#Hiring##99#02#AA#Confirmation##99#03#AB#Promotion##99#04#AC#Transfer
##99#05#AD#Re-designation##99#06#AE#Mid Year Salary
Review##99#07#AF#Secondment##99#08#AG#Repatriation##99#09#20#Separation##99#10#62#H
ire applicant##99#11#AH#Probation extension##99#12#AI#Going to be
Separated##99#13#AJ#Temp. Assignment##99#14#AK#Promotion &
Transfer##99#15#AL#Transfer & Re-designation##99#16#AM#Relocation##99#17#AN#Temp
Assign conv to Secondment##Dynamic ActionsConfiguration is done to control the
initiation of actions when maintaining an infotype record.This can be the
maintenance of an additional infotype record or performing a routine.For each
action, it can be determined whether it is always carried out when changes made an
infotype or a subtype or whether it is only carried out if changes made to certain
fields.Settings can be made to specify whether the action is to be carried out for
"Change", "Create" and/or "Delete" record.We can also specify default values for a
record that is to be created.SAP R/3 Role Menu##HYPERLINK
"http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/7e/5e03e94a1611d1894c0000e829fbbd/
content.htm"#Personal Data###Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide
for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Personnel Management -> Personnel Administration ->
Customizing Procedures -> Dynamic Actions##Description and Configuration ValuesThe
following table reproduces the initial values configured for Cairn Energy
IType#STy.#Field#FC#No.#S#Variable function part##0000###04#227##*** CALL ROUTINE
FOR LETTER*##0000###04#228#P#*P0000-MASSN='AD'##0000###04#229#P#*T001P-
MOLGA='40'##0000###04#230#F#*SUB_REDESIGNATION
(ZHRG_INC_DYNAMICACTION)##0000###04#231#P#P0000-MASSN='AH'##0000###04#232#P#T001P-
MOLGA='40'##0000###04#233#F#SUB_PROBATION_EXT
(ZHRG_INC_DYNAMICACTION)##0000###04#234#P#P0000-MASSN='AA'##0000###04#235#P#T001P-
MOLGA='40'##0000###04#236#F#SUB_CONFIRMATION
(ZHRG_INC_DYNAMICACTION)##0000###04#237#P#*P0000-
MASSN='AC'##0000###04#238#P#*T001P-MOLGA='40'##0000###04#239#F#*SUB_TRANSFER
(ZHRG_INC_DYNAMICACTION)##0000###04#240#P#P0000-MASSN='20'##0000###04#241#P#T001P-
MOLGA='40'##0000###04#242#F#SUB_SERVICE_LETTER(ZHRG_INC_DYNAMICACTION)##0000###04#2
43#P#P0000-MASSN='AI'##0000###04#244#P#P0000-
MASSG='01'##0000###04#245#F#SUB_RETIREMENT_LETTER(ZHRG_INC_DYNAMICACTION)##0000###0
4#246#P#P0000-MASSN='AI'##0000###04#247#P#P0000-
MASSG='02'##0000###04#248#F#SUB_ACCEPT_RESIGNATION(ZHRG_INC_DYNAMICACTION)##0000###
04#249#P#P0000-MASSN='20'##0000###04#250#P#P0000-
MASSG='02'##0000###04#251#F#SUB_RELIEVING_ORDER(ZHRG_INC_DYNAMICACTION)##0000###04#
252#P#P0000-MASSN='AI'##0000###04#253#P#T001P-
MOLGA='40'##0000###04#254#M#S0001##0001###04#228#P#P0000-
MASSN='AD'##0001###04#229#P#T001P-
MOLGA='40'##0001###04#230#F#SUB_REDESIGNATION(ZHRG_INC_DYNAMICACTION)##0001###04#23
7#*#P0000-MASSN='AC'##0001###04#238#*#T001P-
MOLGA='40'##0001###04#239#*#SUB_TRANSFER(ZHRG_INC_DYNAMICACTION)##0001###04#249#*#P
0000-
MASSN='AC'##0001###04#253#*#SUB_TRANSFER_MAIL_NOTIFICATION(ZHRG_INC_DYNAMICACTION)#
#0008###04#237#P#T001P-MOLGA='40'##0008###04#238#P#PSPAR-
MASSN='AC'##0008###04#239#F#SUB_TRANSFER(ZHRG_INC_DYNAMICACTION)##0008###04#241#P#T
001P-MOLGA='40'##0008###04#249#P#P0000-
MASSN='AC'##0008###04#250#F#SUB_TRANSFER_MAIL_NOTIFICATION(ZHRG_INC_DYNAMICACTION)#
#0008###04#253#P#T001P-MOLGA='40'##0008###04#254#P#PSPAR-
MASSN='AB'##0008###04#255#F#SUB_PROMOTION_LETTER(ZHRG_INC_DYNAMICACTION)##0008###04
#259#P#T001P-MOLGA='40'##0008###04#260#P#PSPAR-
MASSN='AE'##0008###04#261#F#SUB_REVISED_SALARY_LETTER(ZHRG_INC_DYNAMICACTION)##0395
###04#001#P#T001P-MOLGA='40'##0395###04#002#P#PSPAR-
MASSN='AF'##0395###04#003#F#SUB_SECONDMENT_LETTER(ZHRG_INC_DYNAMICACTION)##0395###0
4#004#P#T001P-MOLGA='40'##0395###04#005#P#PSPAR-
MASSN='AJ'##0395###04#006#F#SUB_ASSIGNMENT_LETTER(ZHRG_INC_DYNAMICACTION)##RECRUITM
ENTThe ability to meet personnel requirements is key for enterprises. The success
of an enterprise depends on such factors as the quality and availability of
personnel. It is particularly important for the development and success of
expanding enterprises that they have quick access to adequate personnel.This
component has all the functions needed for working through the entire recruitment
procedure, from creating applicant data to filling vacant positions. The
Recruitment component contains an entire range of powerful, flexible functions that
can be used to implement an effective � and largely automated � recruitment
strategy.The Recruitment component can be used to recruit human resources according
to requirements, at any time. Applicants data can be stored that have not deemed
suitable for a particular vacancy in the #HYPERLINK
"http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/35/2aea8861025cd5e10000009b38f974/
content.htm"#Applicant Pool#, where they can be considered for other or future
vacancies.This component enables to define a recruitment procedure that suits the
needs of enterprise. Tasks can be distributed and responsibilities can be fixed to
different people, involved in the recruitment process. Recruitment supports in
dividing and assigning administrative and decision-making task areas. Many tasks
can be processed via mass processing. The Recruitment component provides #HYPERLINK
"http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/35/2ac7c661025cd5e10000009b38f974/
content.htm"#dynamic actions# to enable to automate many processes. For example,
when initial data for applicant is entered, the system creates a confirmation of
receipt in the form of an applicant activity and a letter confirming receipt of
application. This reduces the administrative tasks required of the HR department
for applicant correspondence.#Workforce Requirements and AdvertisingThe Recruitment
component enables to document workforce requirements and the way it is been
advertised in the SAP system.A company's workforce requirements are represented in
the Workforce. Requirements and Advertising component by means of vacancies. A
vacancy is a description of a position that must be staffed, either completely or
partially. The recruitment process is triggered by the creation of a vacancy. The
recruitment procedure is initiated by the creation of a vacancy, and its purpose is
to fill vacancies. Vacancies are published in advertisements.If a candidate applies
for a job in response to an advertisement, he or she must be assigned to this
advertisement during the initial entry of basic data phase. By assigning an
applicant to an advertisement here, the system can propose a likely vacancy
assignment for the applicant. This proposed vacancy assignment can be overwritten
if unsuitable. Assignment of an unsolicited applicant to a vacancy depends solely
on the decisions of the personnel officer or line manager responsible. For this
reason, default values cannot be proposed here.If the candidate has applied in
response to an advertisement, he / she must be assigned to a recruitment instrument
and a medium using the advertisement. This assignment means that you can analyze
the effectiveness of the recruitment instruments and media used by company.In this
section, all the necessary system settings are done for the administration of
workforce requirements and advertising.Create media In this step we create
the media used by company.The medium serves two purposes in Recruitment:It is used
to classify all recruitment instruments.For example, the recruitment instruments
"Washington Post" and "New York Times" are classified under the medium "Press".The
applicant class is an attribute of the medium and indicates whether a medium is
used to attract internal or external applicants.SAP R/3 Role Menu##HYPERLINK
"http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/7e/5e03e94a1611d1894c0000e829fbbd/
content.htm"#Personal Data###Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide
for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Personnel Management -> Recruitment -> Workforce
Requirement and Advertisement -> Create Media##Description and Configuration Values
The following table reproduces the initial values configured for Cairn Energy
Medium#Name of medium#ApCl#Applicant class text##01#Press#AP#External
applicant##02#Employment office#AP#External applicant##03#Exec.search
agency#AP#External applicant##04#Posters#P#Internal applicant##05#Mail#P#Internal
applicant##06#Internal press#P#Internal applicant##10#University#AP#External
applicant##11#Trade fairs#AP#External applicant##12#Headhunter#AP#External
applicant##15#Internet#AP#External applicant##Create recruitment instrumentsIn this
step, the #HYPERLINK
"SAPEVENT:DOCU_LINK\\DS:GLOS.recruitment_instrument"#recruitment instruments, which
company uses#, are being configured.Every job advertisement is published in a
recruitment instrument. Recruitment instruments are classified according to the
media used.We can store a contact name and address key for each recruitment
instrument. The address key can be used to store the address (of a contact) for a
recruitment instrument in step #HYPERLINK
"SAPEVENT:DOCU_LINK\\DS:SIMG.SIMG_CMMENUOH40OU23"#"Create addresses for recruitment
instruments"#.SAP R/3 Role Menu##HYPERLINK
"http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/7e/5e03e94a1611d1894c0000e829fbbd/
content.htm"#Personal Data###Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide
for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Personnel Management -> Recruitment -> Workforce
Requirement and Advertisement -> Create recruitment instrument##Description and
Configuration ValuesThe following table reproduces the initial values configured
for Cairn EnergyInstrum.#Instrument#Medium#Name of
medium#Address#Contact##00000001#Times of India#01#Press####00000002#Indian
Express#01#Press####00000003#Monster.com#15#Internet####00000004#Cairn
Portal#15#Internet####00000005#Internal magazine#06#Internal
press####00000006#Outlook email#05#Mail####00000007#Anna
University#10#University####00000008#Naukri.com#15#Internet####00000009#Hindu#01#Pr
ess####00000010#Economic Times#01#Press####Applicant AdministrationThis component
is used to coordinate and monitor all the steps involved in applicant
administration. The two-tiered data entry concept provides a fast and easy way to
enter and structure unsolicited applications, and applications in response to a
specific advertisement.Create Personnel OfficerIn this step we create company's
personnel officers.Personnel officers process the applications assigned to them
according to their authorization from the Personnel Department.Personnel officers
for Recruitment must be created as part of administrator group APPL. We can use an
ID of our choice for the personnel officer.SAP R/3 Role Menu##HYPERLINK
"http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/7e/5e03e94a1611d1894c0000e829fbbd/
content.htm"#Personal Data###Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide
for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Personnel Management -> Recruitment -> Applicant
Administration -> Create Personnel Officer##Description and Configuration ValuesThe
following table reproduces the initial values configured for Cairn Energy:
Grp#Ad.#Administrator name#Title#Tel.no.#SAP
Name##APPL#NID#Nidhi#Ms####APPL#NIR#Nirmal#Mr####APPL#PRV#Pravin#Mr####APPL#PUR#Pur
nima#Ms####APPL#PUS#Pushpendra#Mr####APPL#SHB#Shoba#Ms####APPL#STU#Stuti#Ms####APPL
#SUN#Sunayna#Ms####Applicant StructureWhen their data is first entered in the
system, applicants are structured according to the following criteria:Internal or
external applicants. Unsolicited applicants / Applicants who applied in response to
an advertisement.Applicant Groups. Applicant range.Internal applicants are those
employed by the company on the date that the job application is received. External
applicants are those not employed by the company on this date. This latter grouping
can therefore also include former employees of the company.The procedure for
entering data is different for internal and external applicants. We have to
manually enter all required data on external applicants. When dealing with internal
applicants, however, we can import data such as name and address simply by
specifying the candidate's personnel number. We can overwrite this data, if
necessary.Both internal and external applicants can submit unsolicited
applications, or apply in response to an advertisement. We need to assign
applicants who file an unsolicited application to an unsolicited application group
during initial data entry. An unsolicited application group is a user-definable
criterion for use in structuring unsolicited applications. An applicant group is
used to group together applicants on the basis of the type of work relationship for
which they have applied (for example, employees with a permanent contract,
employees with a temporary contract, freelance workers, and so on). The applicant
class is a characteristic of the applicant group. The applicant class indicates
whether the applicant is internal (applicant class P) or external (applicant class
AP).The applicant range is another user-definable criterion used for classifying
applicants. Generally speaking, it classifies applicants on the basis of either
hierarchical or functional criteria. Classifying the applicants hierarchically
involves dividing them into groups, such as executive employees, salaried
employees, skilled workers, and so on. Functional classification involves dividing
them according to areas of employment, such as executive board, administration
department, production, and so on.Applicant GroupSAP R/3 Role Menu##HYPERLINK
"http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/7e/5e03e94a1611d1894c0000e829fbbd/
content.htm"#Personal Data###Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide
for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Personnel Management -> Recruitment -> Applicant
Administration -> Applicant Structure -> Create Applicant Group##Description and
Configuration ValuesThe following table reproduces the initial values configured
for Cairn EnergyAG#App.group#ApCl#Applicant Class Text##1#Nationals#AP#External
applicant##2#Expatriates#AP#External applicant##Applicant RangeSAP R/3 Role
Menu##HYPERLINK
"http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/7e/5e03e94a1611d1894c0000e829fbbd/
content.htm"#Personal Data###Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide
for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Personnel Management -> Recruitment -> Applicant
Administration -> Applicant Structure -> Create Applicant Range##Description and
Configuration ValuesThe following table reproduces the initial values configured
for Cairn Energy:AR#Applicant range##01#Employee##02#Consultants##03#Third Party
Consult##Unsolicited application groupsSAP R/3 Role Menu##HYPERLINK
"http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/7e/5e03e94a1611d1894c0000e829fbbd/
content.htm"#Personal Data###Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide
for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Personnel Management -> Recruitment -> Applicant
Administration -> Applicant Structure -> Create unsolicited application
groups##Description and Configuration ValuesThe following table reproduces the
initial values configured for Cairn EnergyUAGp#Unsol.app.group##001#Bihar
Asset##002#Business Development##003#CEO's Office##004#Communications##005#COO's
Office##006#Design Office##007#Drilling##008#Exploration##009#Finance##010#HR &
Admin##011#HSE,CSR & LAND Acq.##012#IT&C and IM##013#Legal##014#Petroleum
Engg##015#Procurement##016#Production##017#Production -RV & CB##Applicant Selection
Applicant ActivitiesIn the Recruitment component, applicant activities are used to
enter, log, and plan all the tasks performed for an applicant during the selection
procedure. Applicant activities are administrative stages through which an
applicant passes during the course of the application procedure.The following
characteristics are among those used to identify an applicant activity:Activity
typeThe activity type denotes the activity that is to be carried out for an
applicant (e.g. Mail confirmation of receipt, Mail invitation to interview,
Appointment for interview).Activity statusThe activity status indicates whether the
activity has already been performed for an applicant (completed) or is still to be
performed (planned).Performance dateFor planned activities, the performance date
indicates the date by or on which the activity is to be carried out; for completed
activities it indicates the date on which they were actually carried out. Person
responsible for activityThis employee is responsible for ensuring that the activity
is carried out on or by the deadline specified, and may be responsible for carrying
it out him/herself.Applicant Activity typesSAP R/3 Role Menu##HYPERLINK
"http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/7e/5e03e94a1611d1894c0000e829fbbd/
content.htm"#Personal Data###Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide
for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Personnel Management -> Recruitment -> Applicant
Selection -> Applicant Activities -> Applicant Activity Types -> Create applicant
activity types##Description and Configuration ValuesThe following table reproduces
the initial values configured for Cairn EnergyAc#Activ. sh.text#Act.type long
text#System Fnction#System Function Text##001#Receipt#Mail confirmation of
receipt#P#Applicant correspondence##002#Transfer file#Transfer applicant file##
##003#File returned#File returned## ##004#Video
interview#Video Conference#P#Applicant correspondence##005#Telecon-Intrvue#Phone
based#P#Applicant correspondence##006#Face-Face-Intrw#Face to face#P#Applicant
correspondence##007#Test invitation#Mail invitation to test#P#Applicant
correspondence##008#Test date#Date of applicant test##
##009#Appraisal#Hand in appraisal## ##010#Mail contract#Mail
contract#P#Applicant correspondence##011#Rejection#Mail rejection
letter#P#Applicant correspondence##012#Travel expenses#Travel expense accounting##
##013#Approve hiring#Approve hiring## ##014#Hiring
date#Hiring date##
##015#Transfer data#Transfer applicant data#D#Transfer data to
employee##016#Interim reply#Mail interim reply#P#Applicant correspondence##017#Hire
applicant#Hire applicant## ##018#Medical exam.#Medical
examination## ##019#Contr.returned#Contract returned by
applicant## ##020#Reject appl.#Reject applicant##
##021#Offer contract#Mail offer of contract#P#Applicant correspondence##022#On
hold#Put applicant on hold#P#Applicant correspondence##023#Work contract#Send work
contract## ##090#Telephonic Int.#Telephonic
Interview#P#Applicant correspondence##091#Face-face Int.#Face-to-face
Interview#P#Applicant correspondence######________________________##Default Values
Feature : PACPAPACPA Parameter Settings for Follow-up Actions Object
Feature TaskThis feature defines how the parameters are to be set for
actions proposed as follow-up actions. Follow-up actions are defined using feature
PACPP. Use In transaction PB60 using "Foll.actions" function key. Procedure
The return matrix of the feature has the following structure: XXXXX ZZZZZ.
XXXXX: Field name for an action (APLACTI4) o PLDAT Performance date (mandatory
field). o PLTIM Performance time. o RECTK Indicator as to whether
'planned' actions are to be carried out using recurring tasks. o IDTXT
Text number for standard text. o PERNR Pers.no. of person responsible for
action. ZZZZZ: Value entered in field, 20 characters long. o PLDAT ZZZZZ =
nn Number of days, added to date of previous action to obtain performance
date. If this date is already past, the system proposes the current
date as a default. o RECTK ZZZZZ = X Planned action is carried out using
recurring tasks. o PERNR ZZZZZ = 8-digit personnel number from
the master database. The next line in the feature is accessed by means of
operation NEXTR. The last line of an action ends with a comma (not NEXTR).
Line#Variable key#F#C#Operations##000010# # #D#APACT##000020#004#
# #&PACPA=IDTXT INTERVIEW_INTIMATION_LETTER, NEXTR A##000030#004#A# #&PACPA=RECTK
X, NEXTR B##000040#004#B# #&PACPA=PLDAT 1,##000050#005# # #&PACPA=IDTXT
INTERVIEW_INTIMATION_LETTER, NEXTR A##000060#005#A# #&PACPA=RECTK X, NEXTR
B##000070#005#B# #&PACPA=PLDAT 1,##000080#006# # #&PACPA=IDTXT
INTERVIEW_INTIMATION_LETTER, NEXTR A##000090#006#A# #&PACPA=RECTK X, NEXTR
B##000100#006#B# #&PACPA=PLDAT 1,##000110#007# # #&PACPA=IDTXT INVITATION, NEXTR
A##000120#007#A# #&PACPA=RECTK X, NEXTR B##000130#007#B# #&PACPA=PLDAT
1,##000140#008# # #&PACPA=PLDAT 10,##000150#010# # #&PACPA=IDTXT OFFER-CONTRACT,
NEXTR A##000160#010#A# #&PACPA=RECTK X, NEXTR B##000170#010#B# #&PACPA=PLDAT
20,##000180#011# # #&PACPA=IDTXT REJECTION_LETTER, NEXTR A##000190#011#A#
#&PACPA=RECTK X, NEXTR B##000200#011#B# #&PACPA=PLDAT 20,##000210#016# #
#&PACPA=IDTXT PRELIMINARY-RECEIPT, NEXTR A##000220#016#A# #&PACPA=RECTK X, NEXTR
B##000230#016#B# #&PACPA=PLDAT 2,##000240#020# # #&PACPA=PLDAT 2,##000250#***# #
#&PACPA=PLDAT 2, NEXTR A##000260#***#A# #&PACPA=PERNR 2, NEXTR B##000270#***#B#
#&PACPA=PERN1 3, NEXTR C##000280#***#C# #&PACPA=PERN2 4,##Time ManagementThe Time
Management component offers the support in performing all human resources processes
involving the planning, recording, and valuation of internal and external
employees� work performed and absence times.Time Management has user-oriented
interfaces that support centralized and decentralized entry and administration of
time and labor data. Data can be processed centrally by administrators in the human
resources department or else in individual departments by time administrators such
as supervisors, secretaries, and employees themselves. Work SchedulesDefine
Public Holiday Classes Personal Sub Area GroupingsGroup Personal Sub Areas for
the Work ScheduleGroup Personal Sub Areas for the Daily Work ScheduleDaily Work
ScheduleDefine Break ScheduleDefine Rules for variants Define Daily work
Schedule Period Work ScheduleDefine Period Work Schedules Day TypesDefine
Day TypesDefine Selection rulesDefine Special days Work Schedule rules and Work
SchedulesDefine Employee subgroup GroupingsDefine Groupings for the Public Holiday
CalendarSet Work Schedule Rules and Work SchedulesGenerate Work Schedules Manually
Generate Work Schedules in Batch Planned Working TimeSet Default Value for
the Work ScheduleSet Which Hour Fields Are Entry FieldsDefine Working WeeksSet
Default Value for Time Management Status Time Data Recording and
AdministrationAbsencesAbsence Catalog:Group Personnel Sub areas for Attendances and
Absences.Define Absence TypesDefine Illness TypesDetermine Entry Screens and Time
Constraint Classes.Absence Counting:Define Counting Classes for the Period Work
Schedule.Rules for Absence Counting (New):Group Employee Subgroups for Time Quotas.
Group Personnel Sub areas for Time Quotas.Define Rules for Rounding Counted
Absences.Define Counting Rules.Assign Counting Rules to Attendance Types. 4)
Special Absence Data:Maternity ProtectionSet Eligibility for Info typeDefine
Absence TypesDefine Types of BirthDefine Maternity Protection PeriodsDefine Default
Absence Types Managing Time Accounts Using Attendance/Absence Quotas:
Setting Groupings for Time QuotasGroup Employee Subgroups for Time QuotasGroup
Personnel Sub areas for Time Quotas.Time Quota Types Create Number Range
Intervals Define Absence Quota Types Define Absence Quota Types and
Indicate leave.Calculating Absence Entitlements Automatic Accrual of
Absence Quotas Rules for Generating Absence Quotas Setting up Methods for
Quota AccrualQuota Deduction Using Attendances / Absences. Define Deduction
Rules for Absence andAttendance Quotas. Assign Deduction Rules to Counting
Rules.###Define Public Holidays:
# #Public Holiday CalendarThe public
holiday calendar plays an important role in the Human Resources modules. It affects
the definition of the organizational structure of the enterprise and plays a
central role in the scheduling process as well in generating monthly work
schedules.The public holiday calendar is based on an actual year and allows you to
apply your working time models to a specific time period. It is essential to use
the public holiday calendar for recording your employees� attendances and absences:
the payroll program can only be run correctly if Sundays and public holidays and so
on are taken into account.Create Public Holiday CalendarThe public holiday calendar
is created on the basis of the regional and national holidays that are valid for
your personnel areas and subareas. Company-specific days off for the festivals can
also be entered in the calendar. All National and Festival Holidays for different
Locations can be created in the system and assigned to the holiday calendar.Create
Public Holiday CalendarsIn this step create the public holiday calendars for
locations and assign the public holidays to these calendars.SAP R/3 Role
Menu##HYPERLINK
"http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/7e/5e03e94a1611d1894c0000e829fbbd/
content.htm"#Define# Public Holiday Classes##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG
Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Time Management -> Work
Schedules -> Define Public Holiday Classes##Description and Configuration ValuesThe
following table reproduces the holiday calendars configured for various locations
of Cairn Energy.Calendar id: CB - Cairn Barmer & JodhpurPublic Holiday#Valid
From#Valid To##Christmas#1900#2098##Diwali#1900#2098##Gandi
Jayanthi#1900#2098##Good Friday#1900#2098##Holi#1900#2098##Independance Day
(India)#1900#2098##Maharana Pratap Jayanti#1900#2098##May
Day#1900#2098##Ramazan#1900#2098##Republic Day (India)#1900#2098##Sri Krishna
Jayanti#1900#2098##Calendar id: CC - Cairn ChennaiPublic Holiday#Valid From#Valid
To##Christmas#1900#2098##Deepavali#1900#2098##Gandi Jayanthi#1900#2098##Ganesha
Chaturthi#1900#2098##Independance Day (India)#1900#2098##May
Day#1900#2098##Ramazan#1900#2098##Republic Day (India)#1900#2098##Sri Krishna
Jayanti#1900#2098##Tamil New Year#1900#2098##Ugadi Telugu New
Year#1900#2098##Calendar id: CG - Cairn GurgaonPublic Holiday#Valid From#Valid
To##Christmas#1900#2098##Diwali#1900#2098##Diwali1#1900#2098##Gandi
Jayanthi#1900#2098##Good Friday#1900#2098##Holi#1900#2098##Independance Day
(India)#1900#2098##May Day#1900#2098##Ram
Navami#1900#2098##Ramazan#1900#2098##Republic Day (India)#1900#2098##Sri Krishna
Jayanti#1900#2098##Calendar id: CK - Cairn KakinadaPublic Holiday#Valid From#Valid
To##Christmas#1900#2098##Deepavali#1900#2098##Dussehra / Ayudha
Puja#1900#2098##Gandi Jayanthi#1900#2098##Good Friday#1900#2098##Independance Day
(India)#1900#2098##Makra Sankaranti#1900#2098##May
Day#1900#2098##Ramazan#1900#2098##Republic Day (India)#1900#2098##Ugadi Telugu New
Year#1900#2098##Calendar id: CM - Cairn S�yanamPublic Holiday#Valid From#Valid
To##1 Ramadan#1900#2098##Deepavali#1900#2098##Dussehra / Ayudha
Puja#1900#2098##Gandi Jayanthi#1900#2098##Good Friday#1900#2098##Independance Day
(Indi#1900#2098##Makra Sankaranti#1900#2098##May
Day#1900#2098##Ramazan#1900#2098##Republic Day (India)#1900#2098##Ugadi Telugu New
Year#1900#2098##Calendar id: CP - Cairn PatnaPublic Holiday#Valid From#Valid
To##Chhath Puja#1900#2098##Christmas#1900#2098##Diwali#1900#2098##Gandi
Jayanthi#1900#2098##Good Friday#1900#2098##Holi#1900#2098##Independance Day
(In#1900#2098##May Day#1900#2098##Ramazan#1900#2098##Republic Day
(India)#1900#2098##Sri
Krishna Jayanti#1900#2098##Calendar id: CR - Cairn RajahmundryPublic Holiday#Valid
From#Valid To##Christmas#1900#2098##Deepavali#1900#2098##Dussehra / Ayudha
Puja#1900#2098##Gandi Jayanthi#1900#2098##Good Friday#1900#2098##Independance Day
(India)#1900#2098##Makra Sankaranti#1900#2098##May
Day#1900#2098##Ramazan#1900#2098##Republic Day (India)#1900#2098##Ugadi Telugu New
Year#1900#2098##Calendar id: CS - Cairn SuvaliPublic Holiday#Valid From#Valid
To##Christmas#1900#2098##Deepavali#1900#2098##Dhulati (Holi Second
day)#1900#2098##Gandi Jayanthi#1900#2098##Good Friday#1900#2098##Gujarati New
Year#1900#2098##Independance Day (India)#1900#2098##Makra Sankaranti#1900#2098##May
Day#1900#2098##Ramazan#1900#2098##Republic Day (India)#1900#2098##Assign Public
Holiday Calendars to LocationsThe holiday calendar is assigned to a Personnel
Subarea / Location. As Employees are assigned to Personnel Sub areas/locations, all
the holidays applicable for that location automatically applies to the employee.Any
required changes to the public holiday calendar can be made at any time.Assign
Personnel Subarea to Public Holiday Calendar In this step assign the public holiday
calendars to the defined personnel subareas (locations).SAP R/3 Role
Menu##HYPERLINK
"http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/7e/5e03e94a1611d1894c0000e829fbbd/
content.htm"#Define# Public Holiday Classes##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG
Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Time Management -> Work
Schedules -> Work Schedule Rules and Work Schedules -> Define Groupings for the
Public Holiday Calendar##Description and Configuration ValuesThe following table
reproduces the initial values configured for Cairn Energy.Personnel Area #Personnel
Area Text#Personnel Sub Area#Personnel Sub Area Text#Holiday Calendar ID##001#Cairn
India#01#Gurgaon#CG##001#Cairn India#02#S`yanam#CM##001#Cairn
India#03#Rajahmundry#CR##001#Cairn India#04#Kakinada#CK##001#Cairn
India#05#Barmer#CB##001#Cairn India#06#Jodhpur#CB##001#Cairn
India#07#Patna#CP##001#Cairn India#08#Suvali#CS##001#Cairn
India#09#Chennai#CC##Work SchedulesWith this component, the settings required for
creating work schedules for the employees in the enterprise can be made. Work
schedules are shift schedules which must be generated for all employees, even those
with a set working time (salaried employees) or flextime. A work schedule consists
of several different elements. Elements of the work schedule include daily work
schedules, period work schedules, and work schedule rules.Work schedules can be
defined with flextime models or rotating shifts for particular organizational
units. It can also set up the legislative regulations, collective agreements and
internal company policies that stipulate employee working time in the system.
Personnel Subarea GroupingsPersonnel subarea groupings are used to group the
employees for work schedule rules based on the personnel subareas / locations.Group
Personnel Subareas for the Work Schedule In this step, group the personnel areas
and personnel subareas for work schedules.SAP R/3 Role Menu#Personnel Subarea
Groupings##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing
(IMG) -> Time Management -> Work Schedules -> Personnel Subarea Groupings -> Group
Personnel Subareas for the Work Schedule##Description and Configuration ValuesThe
following table reproduces the initial values configured for Cairn Energy.Personnel
Area #Personnel Area Text#Personnel Sub Area#Personnel Sub Area Text#Personnel
Subarea Grouping##001#Cairn India#01#Gurgaon#40##001#Cairn
India#02#S`yanam#40##001#Cairn India#03#Rajahmundry#40##001#Cairn
India#04#Kakinada#40##001#Cairn India#05#Barmer#40##001#Cairn
India#06#Jodhpur#40##001#Cairn India#07#Patna#40##001#Cairn
India#08#Suvali#40##001#Cairn India#09#Chennai#40##Group Personnel Subareas for
Daily Work Schedule In this step, assign a personnel area grouping for daily work
schedules to a personnel area grouping for work schedules.SAP R/3 Role
Menu#Personnel Subarea Groupings##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation
Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Time Management -> Work Schedules -> Personnel
Subarea Groupings -> Group Personnel Subareas for the Daily Work Schedule
##Description and Configuration ValuesThe following table reproduces the initial
values configured for Cairn Energy.PS Grouping#DWS
Grouping##01#01##02#02##03#03##04#04##05#05##06#06##07#07##08#08#####
#########Daily Work SchedulesThe daily work schedule determines the structure of
working times in the enterprise at the daily level. Also actual normal working
conditions can be defined and those that differ from externally or internally
determined daily working times. In this way, sets of working times can be defined
for specific set of employees.The planned working time specified in a daily work
schedule is the basis for payment calculation of actual working times that are
relevant for payroll, as well as the valuation of attendances and absences.The
daily work schedule, along with Break Schedules, comprise of the working times for
a particular day. The break rules in the work schedule for any particular working
day can be defied and can be assigned to a personnel sub area grouping for work
schedules. This grouping enables to assign a break schedule to as many of the
grouping�s daily work schedules as we want, thereby achieving maximum flexibility
in combining all elements of the daily work schedule.Define Break SchedulesIn this
step, define work break schedules for the enterprise. We can specify exactly when
breaks may be taken within the daily work schedule, and whether they are paid or
unpaid.SAP R/3 Role Menu#Daily Work Schedules##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG
Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Time Management -> Work
Schedules -> Daily Work Schedules -> Define Break Schedules##Description and
Configuration ValuesThe following table reproduces the initial values configured
for Cairn Energy.Grouping#Break#No#Start#End#P#Unpaid#Paid#After#RefTim#Type 1#Type
2##40#6DAY#01#12:00#13:00##1.00# # ### ##40#NORM#01#12:00#13:00##1.00#
# ### ##Define Daily Work SchedulesIn this step, daily work schedules for the
enterprise are defined. By entering the planned working time, the system calculates
the planned planed hours for one day, taking the break schedule into consideration.
The daily work schedules for availability are also defined in this step.SAP R/3
Role Menu#Daily Work Schedules##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation
Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Time Management -> Work Schedules -> Daily Work
Schedules -> Define Daily Work Schedules###Description and Configuration ValuesThe
following table reproduces the initial values configured for Cairn Energy.
Grouping#Daily Work Schedule#Variant#Daily WS Text#Start Date#End Date##40#12HR##12
Hrs Working#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##40#6DAY##6 day#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##40#ASFT##A
shift (Morng)#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##40#BSFT##B shift
(eving)#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##40#CSFT##C shift
(night)#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##40#FLEX##Flextime#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##40#FREE##Fr
ee#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##40#NORM##Normal Working#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##Period
Work SchedulesThe period work schedule consists of a defined sequence of daily work
schedules. It reflects a work pattern that is repeated after a defined period of
time. Period work schedules can extend over one week, several weeks, or a period
that is not divisible by seven.Period work schedule can be created for any length
of time: The period work schedule can provide the working time model for one week,
as do flextime models, or for an entire year. Period work schedules can also be
created for longer term working models, such as those that cover the entire year.
The week number distinguishes between the individual elements of a period.Define
Period Work SchedulesIn this step, the period work schedules are created by
specifying the sequence of daily work schedules for a work schedule for one or more
weeks.SAP R/3 Role Menu#Period Work Schedules##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG
Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Time Management -> Work
Schedules -> Period Work Schedules -> Define Period Work Schedules##Description and
Configuration ValuesThe following table reproduces the initial values configured
for Cairn Energy.Grp#PWS#Period WS Text#Week#01#02#03#04#05#06#07##40#10D4#10 Day
On 4 Day Off#001#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM##40#10D4#10 Day On 4 Day
Off#002#NORM#NORM#NORM#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE##40#14DY#14 Days
Rotational#001#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR##40#14DY#14 Days
Rotational#002#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR##40#14DY#14 Days
Rotational#003#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE##40#14DY#14 Days
Rotational#004#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE##40#15DY#15 Days
Rotational#001#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM##40#15DY#15 Days
Rotational#002#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM##40#15DY#15 Days
Rotational#003#NORM#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE##40#21DY#21 Days
Rotational#001#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR##40#21DY#21 Days
Rotational#002#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR##40#21DY#21 Days
Rotational#003#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR##40#21DY#21 Days
Rotational#004#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE##40#21DY#21 Days
Rotational#005#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE##40#21DY#21 Days
Rotational#006#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE##40#28DY#28 Days
Rotational#001#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR##40#28DY#28 Days
Rotational#002#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR##40#28DY#28 Days
Rotational#003#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR##40#28DY#28 Days
Rotational#004#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR#12HR##40#28DY#28 Days
Rotational#005#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE##40#28DY#28
Days Rotational#006#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE##40#28DY#28 Days
Rotational#007#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE##40#28DY#28 Days
Rotational#008#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE##40#6DAY#Six days
working#001#6DAY#6DAY#6DAY#6DAY#6DAY#6DAY#FREE##40#6DRO#6/2 Days
Rotatioanl#001#ASFT#ASFT#BSFT#BSFT#CSFT#CSFT#FREE##40#6DRO#6/2 Days
Rotatioanl#002#FREE#*#######40#6WK1#6 Week On 1 Week
Off#001#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM##40#6WK1#6 Week On 1 Week
Off#002#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM##40#6WK1#6 Week On 1 Week
Off#003#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM##40#6WK1#6 Week On 1 Week
Off#004#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM##40#6WK1#6 Week On 1 Week
Off#005#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM##40#6WK1#6 Week On 1 Week
Off#006#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM##40#6WK1#6 Week On 1 Week
Off#007#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE##40#6WK2#6 Week On 2 Week
Off#001#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM##40#6WK2#6 Week On 2 Week
Off#002#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM##40#6WK2#6 Week On 2 Week
Off#003#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM##40#6WK2#6 Week On 2 Week
Off#004#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM##40#6WK2#6 Week On 2 Week
Off#005#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM##40#6WK2#6 Week On 2 Week
Off#006#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM##40#6WK2#6 Week On 2 Week
Off#007#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE##40#6WK2#6 Week On 2 Week
Off#008#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE##40#8WK2#8 Week On 2 Week
Off#001#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM##40#8WK2#8 Week On 2 Week
Off#002#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM##40#8WK2#8 Week On 2 Week
Off#003#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM##40#8WK2#8 Week On 2 Week
Off#004#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM##40#8WK2#8 Week On 2 Week
Off#005#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM##40#8WK2#8 Week On 2 Week
Off#006#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM##40#8WK2#8 Week On 2 Week
Off#007#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM##40#8WK2#8 Week On 2 Week
Off#008#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM##40#8WK2#8 Week On 2 Week
Off#009#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE##40#8WK2#8 Week On 2 Week
Off#010#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE#FREE##40#NORM#5 Days
Working#001#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#NORM#FREE#FREE##Work Schedule Rules and Work
SchedulesA work schedule rule is a precise description of the work schedule that
specifies the working times of a group of employees.A work schedule rule is
assigned a period work schedule, which in turn is made up of daily work schedules.
Rotating shifts are set up by assigning a period work schedule to several work
schedule rules.Work schedules are not stored all at once, but stored for each
month. The work schedule is created regardless of the length of the period work
schedule and is not person-specific.Define Employee Subgroup GroupingsThe employee
subgroup grouping for work schedules allows us to group several employee subgroups
and base their work schedules on the same rules.SAP R/3 Role Menu#Work Schedule
Rules and Work Schedules##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for
R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Time Management -> Work Schedules -> Work Schedule Rules
and Work Schedules -> Define Employee Subgroup Groupings##Description and
Configuration ValuesThe following table reproduces the initial values configured
for Cairn Energy.Define Employee Subgroup GroupingESGrpg#ES Grpg for
WS##0#Applicants##1#Hourly wage earners##2#Salaried
employees##3#Executive##4#Executive - PH##6#Holder##7#Non-holder##Group Employee
Subgroups for Work SchedulesEmp Group#Emp Group Text#Emp Sub Group#Emp Sub Group
Text#ES Grouping##1#Nationals#01#Employee#2##1#Nationals#02#Direct
Consultants#2##1#Nationals#03#Third Party
Consultant#2##2#Expatriates#01#Employee#2##2#Expatriates#02#Direct
Consultants#2##2#Expatriates#03#Third Party Consultant#2##Set Work Schedule Rules
and Work SchedulesIn this step, you define the work schedule rules that are
assigned to employees in the Planned Working Time infotype (0007). The work
schedule rule is assigned to a period work schedule and the holiday calendars.SAP
R/3 Role Menu#Work Schedule Rules and Work Schedules##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG
Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Time Management -> Work
Schedules -> Work Schedule Rules and Work Schedules -> Set Work Schedule Rules and
Work Schedules###Description and Configuration ValuesThe following table reproduces
the initial values configured for Cairn Energy.ES Grpg#ES Grpg for WS#Holiday
Calendar#Text#PS Groping#WS Rule#Start Date#End Date##2#Salaried employees#CB#Cairn
Barmer & Jodhpur#40#10D4#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##2#Salaried employees#CB#Cairn
Barmer & Jodhpur#40#15DY#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##2#Salaried employees#CB#Cairn
Barmer & Jodhpur#40#21DY#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##2#Salaried employees#CB#Cairn
Barmer & Jodhpur#40#28DY#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##2#Salaried employees#CB#Cairn
Barmer & Jodhpur#40#6WK1#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##2#Salaried employees#CB#Cairn
Barmer & Jodhpur#40#6WK2#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##2#Salaried employees#CB#Cairn
Barmer & Jodhpur#40#8WK2#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##2#Salaried employees#CB#Cairn
Barmer & Jodhpur#40#NORM#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##2#Salaried employees#CC#Cairn
Chennai#40#NORM#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##2#Salaried employees#CG#Cairn
Gurgaon#40#10D4#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##2#Salaried employees#CG#Cairn
Gurgaon#40#NORM#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##2#Salaried employees#CM#Cairn
S�yanam#40#21DY#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##2#Salaried employees#CM#Cairn
S�yanam#40#NORM#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##2#Salaried employees#CP#Cairn
Patna#40#21DY#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##2#Salaried employees#CP#Cairn
Patna#40#6DAY#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##2#Salaried employees#CP#Cairn
Patna#40#NORM#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##2#Salaried employees#CR#Cairn
Rajahmundry#40#NORM#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##2#Salaried employees#CS#Cairn
Suvali#40#14DY#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##2#Salaried employees#CS#Cairn
Suvali#40#6DAY#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##2#Salaried employees#CS#Cairn
Suvali#40#6DRO#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##Generate Work Schedules ManuallyWork
schedules can be generated in this step. The existing work schedules can also be
changed or deleted.Create all function can be used to generate for more than a
month. The function can be called via the 'Edit' menu option.If the work schedules
need to be created from January through December of a particular year, December of
the previous year and January of the following year must be included."Create"
function can be used to generate the monthly work schedule one month at a time
(with confirmation). the "Create all" function can be used to generate the work
schedule for the required period without confirmation.SAP R/3 Role Menu#Work
Schedule Rules and Work Schedules##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation
Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Time Management -> Work Schedules -> Work
Schedule Rules and Work Schedules -> Generate Work Schedules Manually##Planned
Working TimeThe Planned Working Time infotype (0007) allows us to enter a work
schedule to define individual working times for employees. It also allows store the
time management status for that employee.The time management status specifies
whether an employee participates in time evaluation, and if so, which form. The
following are possible values for the time management status:0 No time evaluation1
Time evaluation - actual times2 Time evaluation - PDC7 Time evaluation without
payroll integration8 External services9 Time evaluation - planned times#Set Default
Value for Time Management StatusIn this step a feature is used to create a default
value for the time management status in the Planned Working Time infotype. This
default value is proposed when we create an infotype record. It can be determined
on the basis of an employee's organizational assignment.SAP R/3 Role Menu#Planned
Working Time##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3
Customizing (IMG) -> Time Management -> Work Schedules -> Planned Working Time ->
Set Default Value for Time Management Status###Time Data Recording and
AdministrationThe time structures in the company can be represented using working
time models, the calendar, and by maintaining the Time Management infotypes. These
options allow us to enter all time data and related information for your employees.
This time data includes attendance and absence times, availability times, and
overtime, for example.With this component, all the necessary settings can be made
to allow the recording of working times for individual employees. This includes
absences such as illness, leave, substitutions, overtime, and so on.A status for
Time Management is defined which indicates whether all attendances are recorded for
an employee, or only exceptions to the work schedule.It is also determined that how
the system should react if working time data is entered which overlaps with
existing data (for example, if an illness record overlaps with a leave record).
Absence Catalog Absences are paid or unpaid planned working times during which the
employee has not worked. They therefore represent a deviation to the employee's
work schedule. Information required for defining and recording absences can be
stored in this area.In this section, the settings required for recording and
processing absences are made.Group Personnel Subareas for Attendances and Absences
In this step, personnel areas and subareas are grouped for attendance and absence
types.For example, if the same attendance and absence types are to be assigned to
personnel subareas 01 and 02, same grouping for these both personnel areas needs to
be defined.SAP R/3 Role Menu#Absence Catalog##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG
Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Time Management -> Time Data
Recording and Administration -> Absences -> Absence Catalog -> Group Personnel
Subareas for Attendances and Absences##Description and Configuration ValuesThe
following table reproduces the initial values
configured for Cairn Energy.Personnel Area#text#Personnel Subarea#Text#PS
Grouping##001#Cairn India#01#Gurgaon#40##001#Cairn India#02#S`yanam#40##001#Cairn
India#03#Rajahmundry#40##001#Cairn India#04#Kakinada#40##001#Cairn
India#05#Barmer#40##001#Cairn India#06#Jodhpur#40##001#Cairn
India#07#Patna#40##001#Cairn India#08#Suvali#40##001#Cairn
India#09#Chennai#40##Define Absence TypesIn this step, absence types for different
personnel subarea groupings are defined. Also the checks which the system performs
can be defined when the absence is entered.SAP R/3 Role Menu#Absence
Catalog##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing
(IMG) -> Time Management -> Time Data Recording and Administration -> Absences ->
Absence Catalog -> Define Absence Types###Description and Configuration ValuesThe
following table reproduces the initial values configured for Cairn Energy.Personnel
Area#Absence Type#Absence Text#Start Date#End Date##40#100#Annual
Leave#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##40#200#Casual Leave#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##40#300#Sick
leave#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##40#400#Maternity Leave-14
Weeks#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##40#500#Paternity
leave#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##40#600#Compassionate
leave#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##40#700#Compensatory
Off#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##40#800#Half day
Casual#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##40#900#Unpaid
Absence#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##Determine Entry Screens and Time Constraint Classes#
Use the data entry screen number for an absence to determine which screen (entry
screen) is used to enter, display and maintain a record of this particular absence
type.The time constraint class controls the system reaction if a new record in the
Absences infotype (2001) overlaps with existing time infotype records.In the
standard system, the following numbers are allocated to the screens:1. 2000 -
General absenceThis screen is used for all absences which do not require special
processing (such as paid leave of absence for getting married).2. 2001 - Quota
deductionThis screen is used for entering data on leave or time in lieu of
overtime.3. 2002 - Work incapacityUse this screen for all absence types where
continued pay should be taken into account automatically by the system.4. Special
screens have been developed for the following absence types:2003 - Maternity
protection, parental leave2004 - Military and non-military service2005 - Work
incapacity (Netherlands)SAP R/3 Role Menu#Absence Catalog##Transaction
Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Time
Management -> Time Data Recording and Administration -> Absences -> Absence Catalog
-> Determine Entry Screens and Time Constraint Classes##Description and
Configuration ValuesThe following table reproduces the initial values configured
for Cairn Energy.Personnel Area#Absence Type#Absence Text#Start Date#End
Date##40#0100#Annual Leave#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##40#0200#Casual
Leave#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##40#0300#Sick
leave#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##40#0400#Maternity Leave-14
Weeks#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##40#0500#Paternity
leave#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##40#0600#Compassionate
leave#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##40#0700#Compensatory
Off#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##40#0800#Half day
Casual#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##40#0900#Unpaid Absence#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##Absence
CountingWhen an attendance/absence is recorded, the system refers to the planned
working hours in the employee's daily work schedule to calculate the
attendance/absence hours. This is not always desirable.There are times when the
special regulations for counting attendances and absences need to be applied, such
as:on specific days (public holidays, weekdays)for specific attendance and absence
typesfor specific daily and period work schedulesThe daily duration of an absence
can be counted according to the rules which are defined in this section. Thus, it
can valuate the duration of attendances/absences differently depending on business
requirements.Define Counting Classes for the Period Work ScheduleIn this section,
the settings for attendance/absence counting are made.SAP R/3 Role Menu#Absence
Counting##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing
(IMG) -> Time Management -> Time Data Recording and Administration -> Absences ->
Absence Catalog -> Absence Counting -> Define Counting Classes for the Period Work
Schedule##Description and Configuration Values#The following table reproduces the
initial values configured for Cairn Energy.PS Grpg#Period WS#Start#End#Counting
Class##40#10D4#01.01.1990#31.12.9999#1##40#14DY#01.01.1990#31.12.9999#1##40#15DY#01
.01.1990#31.12.9999#1##40#21DY#01.01.1990#31.12.9999#1##40#28DY#01.01.1990#31.12.99
99#1##40#6DAY#01.01.1990#31.12.9999#1##40#6DRO#01.01.1990#31.12.9999#1##40#6WK1#01.
01.1990#31.12.9999#1##40#6WK2#01.01.1990#31.12.9999#1##40#8WK2#01.01.1990#31.12.999
9#1##40#NORM#01.01.1990#31.12.9999#1##Group Employee Subgroups for Time QuotasIn
this step, employee subgroups for time quota types are grouped. Employee subgroups
for which the same attendance and absence quota types are defined are assigned to
the same grouping for time quota types.SAP R/3 Role Menu#Absence
Counting##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing
(IMG) -> Time Management -> Time Data Recording and Administration -> Absences ->
Absence Catalog -> Absence Counting -> Rules for Absence Counting (New) -> Group
Employee Subgroups for Time Quotas##Description and Configuration Values#The
following table reproduces the initial values configured for Cairn Energy.EE
Group#Text#EE Subgroup#Text#ESG Time Quota
Types##1#Nationals#1#Employee#2##1#Nationals#2#Direct
Consultants#2##1#Nationals#3#Third Party
Consulta#2##2#Expatriates#1#Employee#2##2#Expatriates#2#Direct
Consultants#2##2#Expatriates#3#Third Party Consulta#2##Group Personnel Subareas for
Time QuotasIn this step, personnel subareas are grouped with regard to the
permissibility of time quota types. Personnel subareas for which the same
attendance and absence quota types are defined are assigned to the same grouping
for time quota types.SAP R/3 Role Menu#Absence Counting##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG
Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Time Management -> Time Data
Recording and Administration -> Absences -> Absence Catalog -> Absence Counting ->
Rules for Absence Counting (New) -> Group Personnel Subareas for Time Quotas##
Description and Configuration Values#The following table reproduces the initial
values configured for Cairn Energy.EE Group#Text#EE Subgroup#Text#ESG Time Quota
Types##1#Nationals#1#Employee#2##1#Nationals#2#Direct
Consultants#2##1#Nationals#3#Third Party
Consulta#2##2#Expatriates#1#Employee#2##2#Expatriates#2#Direct
Consultants#2##2#Expatriates#3#Third Party Consulta#2##Define Rules for Rounding
Counted AbsencesIn this step, you set rounding rules for absence and attendance
counting.Concrete numbers for the rounding rules are used. We can specify whether
we want:Only values within the specified interval to be rounded or the interval to
be rolledThe specified upper and lower limits to be included in the calculationYou
can specify several subrules for a rounding rule and number them sequentially. The
system runs through the subrules in sequential order until it finds one that
applies.SAP R/3 Role Menu#Absence Counting##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG
Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Time Management -> Time Data
Recording and Administration -> Absences -> Absence Catalog -> Absence Counting ->
Rules for Absence Counting (New) -> Define Rules for Rounding Counted Absences###
Define Counting RulesIn this step, you define rules for counting attendances and
absences. The rules are used to determine the payroll days and hours for an
attendance or absence. The payroll days and hours that have been counted are used
to control the deduction of quotas. They can be used in Payroll to valuate the
absence.SAP R/3 Role Menu#Absence Counting##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG
Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Time Management -> Time Data
Recording and Administration -> Absences -> Absence Catalog -> Absence Counting ->
Rules for Absence Counting (New) -> Define Counting Rules####Assign Counting Rules
to Absence TypesIn this step, we determine which rule for attendance or absence
counting should be used for each attendance/absence type.SAP R/3 Role Menu#Absence
Counting##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing
(IMG) -> Time Management -> Time Data Recording and Administration -> Absences ->
Absence Catalog -> Absence Counting -> Rules for Absence Counting (New) -> Assign
Counting Rules to Absence Types###Description and Configuration ValuesThe following
table reproduces the initial values configured for Cairn Energy.PSG#Absence
Type#Text#Start Date#End Date#Counting Rule##40#100#Annual
Leave#01.01.1990#31.12.9999#010##40#200#Casual
Leave#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#020##40#300#Sick
leave#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#060##40#400#Maternity Leave-14
Weeks#01.01.1990#31.12.9999#030##40#500#Paternity
leave#01.01.1990#31.12.9999#040##40#600#Compassionate
leave#01.01.1990#31.12.9999#050##40#700#Compensatory
Off#01.01.1990#31.12.9999#070##40#800#Half day
Casual#01.01.1990#31.12.9999#080###900#Unpaid
Absence#01.01.1990#31.12.9999#010##Managing Time Accounts Using Attendance/Absence
QuotasAn Absence quota specifies an employee's entitlement to time off for a
limited period. It is dependent on an absence quota type.The Absence Quotas
infotype (2006) can be used to manage all employees' time off entitlements and
leave types. The infotype's special functions ensure that an employee can only
claim the leave days stipulated in the contract as the absence type Leave.When an
absence is recorded in the Absences infotype, the system checks whether the
employee possesses sufficient
time off entitlement.An Attendance quota specifies a limited period in which an
employee has approval for certain activities. It is dependent on an attendance
quota type.Setting Groupings for Time Quotas Time quotas (time off entitlements and
attendance approvals) can be grouped or refined according to the following factors:
Employee subgroups for time quotas (type of employee)Personnel subareas for time
quotas (where is the employee assigned?)If time evaluation is used: Personnel
subareas for time recording (time type determination)For generating absence quotas:
quota type selection rule group (which conditions and rules apply when absence
quotas are generated) In this section, employee subgroup grouping and the personnel
subareas are grouped together based on the time quota types permitted.Group
Employee Subgroups for Time QuotasIn this step, employee subgroups for time quota
types are grouped.Employee subgroups for which the same attendance and absence
quota types are defined are assigned to the same grouping for time quota typesSAP
R/3 Role Menu#Setting Groupings for Time Quotas##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG
Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Time Management -> Time Data
Recording and Administration -> Managing Time Accounts Using Attendance/Absence
Quotas -> Setting Groupings for Time Quotas -> Group Employee Subgroups for Time
Quotas##Description and Configuration ValuesThe following table reproduces the
initial values configured for Cairn Energy.EE Group#Text#EE Subgroup#Text#ESG Time
Quota Types##1#Nationals#01#Employee#2##1#Nationals#02#Direct
Consultants#2##1#Nationals#03#Third Party
Consulta#2##2#Expatriates#01#Employee#2##2#Expatriates#02#Direct
Consultants#2##2#Expatriates#03#Third Party Consulta#2##Group Employee Subgroups
for Time QuotasIn this step, personnel subareas are grouped with regard to the
permissibility of time quota types.Personnel subareas for which the same attendance
and absence quota types are defined are assigned to the same grouping for time
quota types.SAP R/3 Role Menu#Setting Groupings for Time Quotas##Transaction
Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Time
Management -> Time Data Recording and Administration -> Managing Time Accounts
Using Attendance/Absence Quotas -> Setting Groupings for Time Quotas -> Group
Personnel Subareas for Time Quotas##Description and Configuration ValuesThe
following table reproduces the initial values configured for Cairn Energy.Personnel
Area#Text#Personnel Subarea#Text#PS Groping for time quotas##1#Cairn
India#01#Gurgaon#40##1#Cairn India#02#S`yanam#40##1#Cairn
India#03#Rajahmundry#40##1#Cairn India#04#Kakinada#40##1#Cairn
India#05#Barmer#40##1#Cairn India#06#Jodhpur#40##1#Cairn India#07#Patna#40##1#Cairn
India#08#Suvali#40##1#Cairn India#09#Chennai#40##Time Quota Types In this section
the attendance and absence quota types are defined for managing time accounts. Also
we specify how attendances and absences are to be deducted from the employees'
quotas.Define Absence Quota TypesIn this step, the valid absence quota types
(entitlement to time off and leave types) for the employee subgroup and personnel
subarea groupings for time quota types are defined.SAP R/3 Role Menu#Time Quota
Types##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing
(IMG) -> Time Management -> Time Data Recording and Administration -> Managing Time
Accounts Using Attendance/Absence Quotas -> Time Quota Types -> Define Absence
Quota Types###Description and Configuration ValuesThe following table reproduces
the initial values configured for Cairn Energy.ESGpg#PSGpg#Absence Quota Type#Quota
Text#Start Date#End date##2#40#10#Annual
leave(Cairn)#01.01.1990#31.12.9999##2#40#20#Casual
Leave#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2#40#21#Suwali#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2#40#30#Maternit
y Leave-14 Weeks#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2#40#40#Paternity
leave#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2#40#50#Compassionate
leave#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2#40#60#Compensatory Off#01.01.1900#31.12.9999###
Permit Generation of quotas in Time Evaluation#Specify Rule groups for time quota
type selection:QUOMO#Set Base Entitlement:#Determine validity and Deduction
periods:#Define generation Rules for Quota type Selection:#Define Deduction Rules
for Absence quotas:#Assign Deduction rules to Counting rules:#Setting Methods for
Quota accrual:#Set up Automatic accrual using report RPTQTA00:#Output:#PAYROLL-
INDIAScope of the DocumentThe Payroll document contains the configuration details
of the module. As part of business process mapping following configuration has been
carried out in this module.Payroll Module Configuration Scope
Process#Functions##Organizational Data�#Payroll Area###Default payroll
area###Control record##Basic pay�����#Payscale type and areas###Payscale structure
and Enterprise structure###Default Payscale data###ESG grp PCR and Collective
agreement provision###Payscale groups and levels###Wagetypes characteristics and
groupings###Wagetypes group Basicpay###Enterprise structure for wagetype
model###Default Wagetypes for basic pay###Maintain Valuation of Base Wage
Types##Recurring payments and deductions�#Wagetypes characteristics and
groupings###Wagetypes group Recurring payments and deductions###Maintain Valuation
of Base Wage Types##Additional Payments��#Wagetypes characteristics and
groupings###Wagetypes group Recurring payments and deductions###Maintain Valuation
of Base Wage Types##Employee remuneration�#Wagetypes characteristics and
groupings###Wagetypes group Recurring payments and deductions##Reimbursements,
Allowances and Perks�#Assign Wage Type Model for Pay Scale Grouping for
Allowances###Maintain Default Wage Types for Basic Pay###Maintain Allowance Rules
based on Slabs###Calculate Eligibility for RAPs###Maintain Extra Eligibility
Criteria for RAPs##Claims�#Claims and eligibilities###Maintain Salary Year and
Period End Treatment of RAP##Housing#Define Accomodation Types###Maintain the
Processing Options for CLA###Housing allowance and perk##Leave Travel#LTA
eligibility###Integration with Absences###LTA exemption and period end
processing##Car and Conveyance#Define Vehicle Details###Define Conveyance
Types###Define Amounts and Numbers for Car Schemes###Assign Type and Age of Car for
Car Schemes###Assign Eligibility Criteria for Conveyance Allowance and car
maintenance###Maintain car Rate of Perquisite##Superannuation#Maintain
Superannuation Trust ID###Maintain Superannuation Contrib. Freq and Rel. Wage
Types###Define Contribution Rates for Superannuation###Maintain Eligibility Details
for Superannuation###Wage types configuration, integration with termination
workbench##Provident Fund#Define Trust Details for Provident Fund###Assign Company
Rates for Provident Fund###Define PF Trust Validity Period###Maintain Contribution
Details for Provident Fund###Define Contribution type for Statutory rates for
Provident Fund##Labour Welfare Fund�#Define Personnel Area and Sub area Groupings
for LWF###Assign LWF Groupings for Personnel Area and Subarea###Maintain
Contribution Rates for Labour Welfare Fund##Professional Tax#Define Professional
Tax Grouping Details###Assign PTax Groupings for Personnel Areas and
Subareas###Assign Amounts for Professional Tax Deduction###Maintain Method and Form
Layout for PTax Groupings###Maintain Cumulation Rules for Professional Tax##Income
tax#Define Personnel Area and Subarea Groupings for Tax###Assign Tax Groupings for
Personnel Areas and Subareas###Maintain Feature to Return Employer IncomeTax
Related Data###Third Party Deductions###Tax Liability on Reimbursements, Allowances
and Perks###Section 89(1) Relief##Recovery of Rounded Off Amounts#Recovery of
Rounded Off Amounts during payroll run##Termination#Determine Periods of
Notice###Determine Deadline Type###Maintain Calculation Factor for Retiral
Benefits###Calculation method for Notice Pay###Termination workbench
configuration##Company Loans#Specify Interest Calculation Method###Maintain Rule
for Interest Rate Advantage Taxation###Maintain Loan Types###Control Allocation of
Loans###Maintain Loans Grouping###Maintain Salary Components###Maintain Maximum
Number of Loans Allowed###Maintain Maximum amount for loans outstanding###Maintain
Loans Eligibility Checks and Limits###Maintain Loans Disbursement
Schedule###Maintain the Description for the Event Codes Tranche###Maintain Penal
Amount Percentage for Special Repayment###Maintain Deduction Details Under Section
24###Automate Addition of Principal Repayment Amount to Sec 88###Loan balances
processing##Data Medium Exchange#Bank transfers##Integration with Time
Management#Leave Encashment###Absences processing##Integration with
accounting#Define Employee Grouping Account Determination###Define Symbolic
Accounts###Define Posting Characteristics of Wage Types###Assign Balance Sheet
Accounts###Assign Expense Accounts###Assign Technical Accounts###Assign Vendor
Accounts###Set Up Postings for Fixed Costs###Assign Substitute Cost
Centers##Payroll Schema#Payroll Schema##Personnel calculation rules#Personnel
calculation rules##Remuneration statement#Remuneration statement###Create Payroll
Area:PM--> PA--> Organizational Data--> Organizational Assignment:Create Payroll
areaCheck Default Payroll areaCreate Control RecordPayroll Area:#Check Default
Payroll area(ABKRS):##Control Record-PA03:#Payroll Basic Settings:Define Employee
sub group grouping for PCR & CAP:Purpose:The employee subgroup grouping for the
personnel calculation rule is required in Payroll Accounting. The collective
agreement provisions grouping are required for indirect valuation of wage types in
the Basic Pay Infotype (0008).IMG Menu PathSAP R/3 Role Menu#Basic Pay##Transaction
Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) ( Personnel
Management( Personnel Administration ( Payroll Data( Basic Pay ( Define EE
Subgroup Grouping for PCR and Coll.Agrmt.Prov.##Description and Configuration
ValuesEmployee groups and subgroups must be set up before this activity. The
meanings of the grouping for the personnel calculation rule are fixed and may not
be changed.For each employee subgroup, we define the personnel calculation rule
grouping that indicates the system, which set of personnel calculation rules are to
be processed / applicable to each Employee Subgroup.The following table shows the
details of the Employee sub group groupings configured for Cairn Energy:#Pay scale
Structure:Pay Scale TypePay scale type is a collective agreement type in accordance
with the collective agreement in an enterprise.IMG Menu PathSAP R/3 Role Menu#Basic
Pay##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG)
( Personnel Management ( Personnel Administration ( Payroll Data ( Basic Pay
( Check Payscale type.##Description and Configuration ValuesIn this step we set up
the enterprise's pay scale types. The Basic Pay Infotype (0008) is derived from the
pay scale type.We have configured, the Payroll Scale Types of Cairn Energy as shown
in the following table.#Pay Scale AreaA pay scale area is a special area in which a
collective agreement is valid.When human resources of an organization are located
in different Geographic�s, it is necessary to design company�s pay structure
considering the respective state laws and employee unions.IMG Menu PathSAP R/3 Role
Menu#Basic Pay##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3
Customizing (IMG) ( Personnel Management( Personnel Administration( Payroll Data
( Basic Pay (Check Payscale Area##Description and Configuration ValuesIn this
section, we set up different pay scale areas in accordance with the collective
agreement in an enterprise.The Pay scale Type configuration details applicable for
Cairn Energy are shown in the following table.#Assign Pay Scale Structure to
Enterprise StructureIn this step, we assign pay scale types and areas defined in
the above steps to the personnel areas and Personnel sub areas.IMG Menu PathSAP R/3
Role Menu#Basic Pay##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3
Customizing (IMG) ( Personnel Management( Personnel Administration ( Payroll
Data( Basic Pay ( Check Assignment of Pay Scale Structure to Enterprise
Structure##Description and Configuration ValuesWe have to set up the following
before configuring this step:The Personnel areas must be defined.Pay scale areas
and types must be defined.Determine which pay scale types and areas are assigned to
which personnel areas. The following Configuration has been done for CEIL:Personnel
Area#Personnel Area Text#Personnel Sub Area#Personnel Sub Area Text#Payscale
Area#Payscale Area Text#Payscale Type#Payscale Type Text##1#Cairn
India#1#Gurgaon#25#Payscale Area Gurgoan#25#Payscale Type Gurgoan##1#Cairn
India#2#S`yanam#26#Payscale Area S�yanam#26#Payscale Type S�yanam##1#Cairn
India#3#Rajahmundry#25#Payscale Area Gurgoan#25#Payscale Type Gurgoan##1#Cairn
India#4#Kakinada#25#Payscale Area Gurgoan#25#Payscale Type Gurgoan##1#Cairn
India#5#Barmer#25#Payscale Area Gurgoan#25#Payscale Type Gurgoan##1#Cairn
India#6#Jodhpur#25#Payscale Area Gurgoan#25#Payscale Type Gurgoan##1#Cairn
India#7#Patna#25#Payscale Area Gurgoan#25#Payscale Type Gurgoan##1#Cairn
India#8#Suvali#27#Payscale Area Suvli#27#Payscale Type Suvli##1#Cairn
India#9#Chennai#25#Payscale Area Gurgoan#25#Payscale Type Gurgoan##1#Cairn
India#10#Mumbai#25#Payscale Area Gurgoan#25#Payscale Type Gurgoan##1#Cairn
India#11#Pipavav#27#Payscale Area Suvli#27#Payscale Type Suvli##1#Cairn
India#12#Gandhinagar#27#Payscale Area Suvli#27#Payscale Type Suvli##Determine
Default for pay scale data:#Pay scale groups and Levels:A pay scale group is a
criterion used for grading job evaluation. A pay scale group is divided up into
several #HYPERLINK "SAPEVENT:DOCU_LINK\\DS:DE.TRFST"#pay scale levels#.Each of
these groups, share a set of characteristics, to which a standard set of rules can
be applied. IMG Menu PathSAP R/3 Role Menu#Basic Pay##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG
Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) ( Personnel Management
( Personnel Administration ( Payroll Data( Basic Pay ( Revise Pay Scale Groups and
Levels##Description and Configuration ValuesPay scale types and areas must be
defined, before configuring this step.The following Payscale groups and levels have
been configured after analyzing the requirements of location wise Payroll grades
and levels of Cairn Energy�s Payroll system.Payscale Type: 25 (Payscale Type
Gurgaon)Payscale Area: 25 (Payscale Area Gurgaon)#Payscale Type: 26 (Payscale Type
S' Yanam)Payscale Area: 26 (Payscale Area S' Yanam)#Wage Type StructureWage types
for Basic Pay Infotype (0008) Earnings and deductions of an Employee are
represented in SAP as Wagetypes.In other words, Wagetypes are the payroll and
personnel administration objects used to differentiate between monetary or time
units, which are used in different ways to calculate Employees Remuneration.The
name range reserved for the customer Wagetypes has been described by SAP. The
entire customer Wagetypes should begin with a number.Hence, all the Wagetypes
configured for Cairn Energy�s Payroll System start with a number.Create / Copy wage
typesWe create the wage types for the Infotype Basic Pay (0008) by copying the
model wage types in the standard SAP system.Only wage types for use in Infotype
Basic Pay (0008) are proposed in this step.IMG Menu PathSAP R/3 Role Menu#Wage
Types##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing
(IMG) -> Personnel Management( Personnel Administration( Payroll Data( Basic pay (
Wage Types ( Create wage type catalog##Description and Configuration ValuesThese
copied wage types will be available in Infotype 0008 for further processing. We can
also modify the copies to suit our requirements. The following are the Wage types
defined as part of Basic Pay Infotype 0008, after analyzing the requirements of
Cairn Energy�s Payroll System.Wage Type Code#Wage Type long text#Short
Text##6CFE#Consultancy Fee#6CFE##6BLC#Barmer Loc Allow.#6BLC##
6LOC#Location allowance#6LOC##Check Wage Type TextThis section allows us to change
the texts of the sample wage types that we have copied in the above step.IMG Menu
PathSAP R/3 Role Menu#Wage Types##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation
Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) -> Personnel Management( Personnel
Administration( Payroll Data( Basic pay ( Wage Types ( Check wage type catalog
( Check wage type text##Description and Configuration ValuesWage type short texts
are used when printing out in Pay slip.The following table shows the Long text and
short text assigned to the wage types.Wage Type Code#Wage Type long text#Short
Text##6CFE#Consultancy Fee#6CFE##6BLC#Barmer Loc Allow.#6BLC##
6LOC#Location allowance#6LOC##Check Entry Permissibility per InfotypeWe can define
the date on which wage types may be entered. For example the "special bonus" wage
type may only be entered up to 12/31/2010.IMG Menu PathSAP R/3 Role Menu#Wage
Types##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing
(IMG) ( Personnel Management( Personnel Administration( Payroll Data( Basic pay
( Wage Types ( Check wage type catalog (Check enter permissibility per
Infotype##Description and Configuration ValuesTo perform this step we have to have
set up the wage type catalog and have configured which wage types can be entered in
which Infotype.The details of the Wage type�s validity have been shown in the
following tableWage Type Code#Wage Type long text#Start date#End
date##6CFE#Consultancy Fee#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##6BLC#Barmer Loc
Allow.#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##6LOC#Location allowance#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##
Employee Sub Group Grouping For Primary Wage TypesThis section allows combining
employee subgroups for primary wage types, i.e. We group the employee subgroups
already named to groups.The Employee sub group grouping determines the
applicability of wage types to Employee group and subgroup assigned to an employee
in Organizational Assignment Infotype (0001).IMG Menu PathSAP R/3 Role Menu#Wage
Types##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing
(IMG) ( Personnel Management
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#g#r#o#u#p#s# #f#o#r# #P#r#i#m#a#r#y# #w#a#g#e# #t#y#p#e#s#.###E#E#
#G#r#o#u#p###N#a#m#e# #o#f# #e#m#p#l#o#y#e#e# #g#r#oup#Employee subgroup#Name of
employee subgroup#Employees subgroup grouping##1#Nationals#2#Direct Consultants#1##
Wage Type PermissibilityIMG Menu PathSAP R/3 Role Menu#Check Wage Type
Catalog##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing
(IMG) ( Personnel Management( Personnel Administration( Payroll Data( Basic
Pay( Wage Types ( Check wage type catelog ( Define Wage Type Permissibility for
each PS and ESG##Description and Configuration ValuesBefore defining the wage type
permissibility, we have to ensure the followingEmployee groups and subgroups must
be defined.Personnel areas and sub areas must be defined.Employee groups, subgroups
and personnel areas must be defined for primary wage types.The wage type catalog
must be defined.Assign the appropriate indicators to the
wage types, in the details section of each Wage type.The indicator must be "1", if
we define this wage type as permissible. A blank signifies that the wage type may
not be entered.Wage Type Code#Wage Type long text#Start date#End
date##6CFE#Consultancy Fee#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##6BLC#Barmer Loc
Allow.#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##6LOC#Location allowance#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##Check
Wage Type CharacteristicsThe Wagetype characteristics describe how the wagetype
should behave while entering in Infotypes. IMG Menu PathSAP R/3 Role Menu#Wage
Types##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing
(IMG) ( Personnel Management( Personnel Administration( Payroll Data( Basic
Pay( Wage Types ( Check wage type Catalog(Check wage type
characteristics##Description and Configuration ValuesWagetype Characteristics
determine the following based on the entries made:Whether the wagetype is a payment
wagetype or deduction wagetypeThe Unit of the wage typeIndirect valuation###
Valuation of Wagetypes After we configure the wagetype characteristics, for each
wagetype, defined the indirect valuation in the step "#HYPERLINK
"SAPEVENT:DOCU_LINK\\DS:SIMG.OHIX0273"#Check wage type characteristics#".Depending
on which module we use for indirect valuation (Module name), we need to define
additional procedures to ensure that indirect valuation functions correctly.IMG
Menu PathSAP R/3 Role Menu#Wage Types##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG
Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) ( Personnel
Management( Personnel Administration( Payroll Data( Basic Pay( Wage Types ( Define
valuation of base wage types##Description and Configuration ValuesThe following
table shows the details of valuation baseModule#Valuated Wage Type#Wage Type long
text#No#Start Date#End Date#Base Wage Type#Wage Type long
text#Percent##PRZNT#1CLA#HRA Differential#1#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#1BAS#Basic
Salary#40##PRZNT#1DSA#Deputation / secondment
Alw#1#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#1BAS#Basic Salary#20##PRZNT#1DSA#Deputation /
secondment Alw#2#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#1HRA#House Rent
Allowance#20##PRZNT#1DSA#Deputation / secondment
Alw#3#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#1CON#Conveyance Allowance#20##PRZNT#1DSA#Deputation /
secondment Alw#4#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#1OAL#Car (Allowance-
PY)#20##PRZNT#1DSA#Deputation / secondment
Alw#5#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#1ACT#Activity Allowance#20##PRZNT#1DSA#Deputation /
secondment Alw#6#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#1HDA#Hard Duty
Allw#20##PRZNT#1DSA#Deputation / secondment Alw#7#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#1CLA#HRA
Differential#20##PRZNT#1DSA#Deputation / secondment
Alw#8#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#1SPA#Special Allowance#20##PRZNT#1HRA#House Rent
Allowance#1#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#1BAS#Basic Salary#40##PRZNT#1SAS#Special Allw-
Superanuatin#1#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#1BAS#Basic Salary#15##PRZNT#1TAA#Temporary
Assignment Allw#1#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#1BAS#Basic Salary#20##PRZNT#1TAA#Temporary
Assignment Allw#2#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#1HRA#House Rent
Allowance#20##PRZNT#1TAA#Temporary Assignment
Allw#3#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#1CON#Conveyance Allowance#20##PRZNT#1TAA#Temporary
Assignment Allw#4#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#1OAL#Car (Allowance-
PY)#20##PRZNT#1TAA#Temporary Assignment Allw#5#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#1ACT#Activity
Allowance#20##PRZNT#1TAA#Temporary Assignment
Allw#6#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#1HDA#Hard Duty Allw#20##PRZNT#1TAA#Temporary
Assignment Allw#7#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#1CLA#HRA
Differential#20##PRZNT#1TAA#Temporary Assignment
Allw#8#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#1SPA#Special Allowance#20##Wagetypes for Infotype 0014
Create/Copy Wagetypes In the Recurring Payments/Deductions infotype (0014), we can
enter an amount and/or a value and a unit of measurement for a wage type that is
always paid or deducted during payroll accounting. Recurring payments/deductions
are wage elements that are not paid / deducted in every payroll period. In contrast
to #HYPERLINK "mk:@MSITStore:\\\\192.68.0.200\\docserver\\sap
%20help\\HtmlHelp\\HTMLHELP\\HELPDATA\\EN\\00007826.chm::/3A1A5207304E11D2958F00A0C
9308B52/content.htm"#additional payments#, recurring payments/deductions are paid
or deducted with a defined periodicity.IMG Menu PathSAP R/3 Role Menu#Wage
Types##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing
(IMG) ( Personnel Management( Personnel Administration( Payroll Data( Recurring
payments and deductions( Wage Types( Create wage type catalog ##Description and
Configuration ValuesAll deduction wage types and Recurring payments (Excluding
Statutory) designed for Cairn Energy is listed in the table.Original Wage Type#Wage
Type long text#Starting Date#End Date##6CRD#Credit Card
Recovery#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##6DED#Other Deductions -
Cons#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##6LUN#Lunch Recovery#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##6ORV#Other
Recovery#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##6PMR#Perl Mobile
Recovery#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##6REA#Relocation
Allowance#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##6TAR#Trvl Adv Recovery -
Cons#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##6TDS#Tax
deduction#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##Permissibility of Wage Types for Infotype 0014We
can define the date on which wage types may be entered in Infotype 0014. For
example the "Special bonus" wage type may only be entered up to 12/31/1995.\IMG
Menu PathSAP R/3 Role Menu#Check Wage type catalog##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG
Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) ( Personnel
Management( Personnel Administration( Payroll Data( Recurring payments and
deductions( Wage Types( Check Wage type catalog(Check entry permissibility per
Infotype##Description and Configuration ValuesTo perform this step we have to have
set up the wage type catalog and have decided which wage types can be entered in
which infotype.The details of the Wagetypes validity have been shown in the
following tableWage Type#Wage Type long text#Start Date#End Date#Once#Several
Times##6CRD#Credit Card Recovery#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#x###6DED#Other Deductions -
Cons#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#x###6LUN#Lunch
Recovery#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#X###6ORV#Other
Recovery#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#X###6PMR#Perl Mobile
Recovery#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#X###6REA#Relocation
Allowance#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#X###6TAR#Trvl Adv Recovery -
Cons#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##x##6TDS#Tax deduction#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#X###IT 0014
Screen:#Wage types for Infotype 0015Create / Copy Wage TypesBy specifying a wage
type in the Additional Payments (0015) infotype, we can store an amount and/or a
value and a unit of measurement that should be paid or deducted in a certain period
by Payroll. Additional payments are wage elements which are not paid or deducted in
every payroll period in contrast to #HYPERLINK
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9308B52/content.htm"#recurring payments and deductions# which are paid or deducted
within a defined periodicity.IMG Menu PathSAP R/3 Role Menu#Wage Types##Transaction
Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) ( Personnel
Management( Personnel Administration( Payroll Data( Additional Payments( Wage
Types( Create Wage type catalog##Description and Configuration ValuesAll the
additional payment Wagetypes designed for Cairn Energy Payroll Process are listed
in following table. Original Wage Type#Wage Type long text#Starting Date#End
Date##6AOI#Other Allowances#01.01.1998#31.12.9999##6CLU#Club
Membership#01.01.1998#31.12.9999##6COM#Compensatory
Allow#01.01.1998#31.12.9999##6DIS#Disturbance
Allowance#01.01.1998#31.12.9999##6IMB#Impact
Bonus#01.01.1998#31.12.9999##6JOB#Joining Bonus#01.01.1998#31.12.9999##6NTP#Other-
Non Taxable#01.01.1998#31.12.9999##6OER#Other
Earnings#01.01.1998#31.12.9999##6OMH#Mobile Handset
Allow#01.01.1998#31.12.9999##6PEI#Performance
Incentive#01.01.1998#31.12.9999##6REA#Relocation
Allowance#01.01.1998#31.12.9999##6REB#Referral
Bonus#01.01.1998#31.12.9999##6TPR#Telephone reimbursement#01.01.1998#31.12.9999##
Permissibility of Wage Types for Infotype 0015IMG Menu PathSAP R/3 Role Menu#Check
Wage Type Catalog##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3
Customizing (IMG) ( Personnel Management( Personnel Administration( Payroll
Data( Additional Payments( Wage Types( Check Wage type catalog( Check entry
permissibility for Additional payments##Description and Configuration ValuesTo
perform this step we have to set up the wage type catalog and have decided which
wage types can be entered in which infotype.The details of the Wagetypes validity
and permissibility of Wagetypes have been shown in the following table:Wage
Type#Wage Type long text#Start Date#End Date#Once#Several Times##6AOI#Other
Allowances#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#x###6CLU#Club
Membership#01.01.1998#31.12.9999#x###6COM#Compensatory
Allow#01.01.1998#31.12.9999#x###6DIS#Disturbance
Allowance#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#x###6IMB#Impact
Bonus#01.01.1998#31.12.9999#x###6JOB#Joining
Bonus#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#x###6NTP#Other-Non
Taxable#01.01.1998#31.12.9999#x###6OER#Other
Earnings#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#x###6OMH#Mobile Handset
Allow#01.01.1998#31.12.9999#x###6PEI#Performance
Incentive#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#x###6REA#Relocation
Allowance#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#x###6REB#Referral
Bonus#01.01.1998#31.12.9999#x###6TPR#Telephone
reimbursement#01.01.1998#31.12.9999##x##IT 0015-Screen:#Payscale groupings for
allowances:In this activity, we define pay scale groupings for allowances to
differentiate between employee groups. These groupings determine which benefits
apply to a particular group of employees.To enable this:Identify the different
benefits each person is entitled tooCreate groupings for each category, and assign
the privilegesIMG Menu PathSAP R/3 Role Menu#Pay Scale Groupings##Transaction
Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) ( Payroll:
India( Pay scale groupings(Define pay scale groupings for allowances##Description
and
Configuration ValuesPay scale grouping for allowances has been configured as shown
in the following table, after analysing the different set of requirements Region
Wise / Location Wise & Grade Wise.#Assign Pay Scale Groupings for AllowancesThe
defined Payscale groupings are to be assigned to the following parameters. These
parameters configuration is mandatory before configuring the Allowance groupings.
Pay Scale AreaPay Scale TypePay Scale GroupPay Scale Level andEmployee Sub Grouping
for Collective Agreement Provision (ESG for CAP)IMG Menu PathSAP R/3 Role Menu#Pay
Scale Groupings ##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3
Customizing (IMG) ( Payroll( Payroll: India(Pay scale groupings(Assign pay scale
groupings for allowances##Description and Configuration ValuesPayscale
Area#Payscale Type#ESG/CAP#Payscale Group#Payscale Level#Allowance
Grouping##25#25#3#CS#01#CS01##25#25#3#CS#01#CS01##25#25#3#CS#01#CS01###Maintain
Default Wage Types for Basic PayIn this step, we can set up default wage types
based on the internal company structure for the Basic Pay Infotype (0008) using the
feature Planned remuneration specification (LGMST) defined in the next step.When we
create a record in Basic pay Infotype, certain wage types will be defaulted based
on the Payscale group and Level assigned to the particular employee.IMG Menu Path
SAP R/3 Role Menu#Pay Scale Groupings ##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG
Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) ( Payroll( Payroll: India
(Reimbursement Allowances and Perks( Maintain Default Wagetypes for
BasicPay##Description and Configuration ValuesWage Type Model#Seq. No#Start Date
#End Date#Mode#Wage Type#Wage Type Long
Text##CS01#1#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#O#6CFE#Consultancy
Fee##CS01#2#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#O#6LOC#Location allowance###Assign Wage type
Model for Pay Scale Grouping For Allowances The �Wage Type Models� is assigned to
each �Pay scale grouping for allowances� that was created. The Wage Type Model will
indicate which benefits would apply to or what amounts will be deducted from a
particular Pay Scale Grouping for Allowance.Wage type Models are a set of 'Wage
Types' used by SAP. These Wage types can be an amount or a deduction.IMG Menu Path
SAP R/3 Role Menu#Reimbursements, Allowances and Perks##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG
Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) Payroll ( Payroll: India
( Reimbursements, Allowances and Perks ( Assign Wage Type Model for Pay Scale
Grouping for Allowances##Description and Configuration ValuesThe Wage type Models
must be prefixed with '20/' to indicate that, a maximum of 20 wage types can be
stored in a particular Wage types model.Allowance Grouping#Wage Type
Model##CS01#20/CS01###Eligibility for RAPs In this step, we set up the eligibility
details to calculate the employee's Reimbursement, Allowance or Perk (RAP).We
associate the eligibility criteria for a salary bracket to a Wage type and specify
the type of allowance. These Wage types are read by the Basic Pay Infotype (0008)
and processed as per the criteria applicable for the employee's 'Pay Scale Grouping
for Allowances'. IMG Menu PathSAP R/3 Role Menu#Reimbursements, Allowances and
Perks##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing
(IMG) Payroll( Payroll: India(Reimbursements, Allowances and Perks( Calculate
Eligibility for RAPs##Description and Configuration ValuesThe following Allowance
groupings contain the Wage types and the eligibility which are configured in the
Table V_T7INA9.The configuration details can be accessed in the details section of
each Allowance grouping.Allowance Grouping#Start Date#End
Date##CS01#01.01.1900#31.12.9999###Maintain Salary Year and Period End Treatment of
RAPIn this activity, we assign the salary year or #HYPERLINK
"SAPEVENT:DOCU_LINK\\DS:DE.PBAS_CUMTY"#calendar type# and period end treatment
for�a particular reimbursement. The Tax Code field defined in T7INT9 and
eligibility amounts for pay scale grouping for allowances in T7INA9 determines the
Tax exemption process, while processing the LTA claim submitted by the employee.
Based on the Period end treatment configured here, the claim can be a carry forward
of balance or disbursement of balance which is paid and accordingly taxed.IMG Menu
PathSAP R/3 Role Menu#Leave Travel Assistance##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG
Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) Payroll ( Payroll: India
(Reimbursements, Allowances and perks (Claims ( Maintain Salary Year and Period end
treatment##Description and Configuration ValuesThe following table shows the
allowance grouping wise LTA details like Tax code, carry forward and the calendar
type assigned to LTA claim.Allowance Grouping#Tax code#Cal Type#C/F Period#Pay& Tax
Wagetype##000N#SLTA#C#1###000R#SLTA#C#1###001N#SLTA#C#1###001R#SLTA#C#1###1A1N#SLTA
#C#1###1A1R#SLTA#C#1###COMPANY LOANSWe make the settings in this section that are
required to enter data on employer loans and to enable you to process loans.
Activate CalculationIn this step, we specify whether the data that has been stored
in the Loans Infotype (0045) is to be processed in Monthly Payroll. In the standard
system, loan processing is active, which means that loans are processed in Payroll.
IMG Menu PathSAP R/3 Role Menu#Company Loans##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG
Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) Payroll ( Payroll:
India( Company Loans( Activate calculation##Adjust Value DateWe have to adapt the
value date for payroll to the payment date for the payroll areas.In an enterprise,
payroll is performed for salaried employees at the start of the month using payroll
area. In this case, the repayment installment should reduce the interest-yielding
capital on the first of every month. Payments and special payments made via payroll
should also be made at the start of the month.IMG Menu PathSAP R/3 Role
Menu#Company Loans##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3
Customizing (IMG) Payroll( Payroll: India(Company Loans(Adjust Value Date##
Description and Configuration ValuesThe following table shows the details of
Payroll and Loan adjustment value period;Payroll Area#Payroll Area Text#Start
Date#End Date#Value date##25#Payroll Area Cairn -
Nationals#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#Start of the Period##Master DataThe settings for
master data editing in the Loans infotype (0045) are maintained in this section:
Maintain Loan TypesEmployees in the enterprise have the option of taking out
different kinds of Loans. Loans can an be loans with constant repayment
(installment loans) and loans with a constant total made up of repayment and
interest payment (annuity loans).IMG Menu PathSAP R/3 Role Menu#Company
Loans##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing
(IMG) Payroll( Payroll: India( Company Loans( Masterdata (Maintain Loan
Types##Description and Configuration ValuesThe following are the Loan Types
configured for Cairn Energy�s Payroll system after analyzing company loans
requirements:Loan Sub Type#Name of the Loan##9000#Short term Loan >
Rs.20,000##9001#Short term Loan < Rs.20,000##9002#Gurgaon Loan##The details section
of each Loan Type allows us to configuration the following:The Debit Interest Rate
The Reference Interest Rate (The difference between the company interest rate and
the market interest rate)Interest Advantage calculationInterest Calculation method
Interest cyclehousingDefine Accommodation TypesThe code for Housing type is defined
here and then associated with a taxability code. The taxability code can be one
which has been pre-defined.The wage type corresponding to the Housing type is
maintained in table V_T7INA9 against each Allowance grouping.The tax code assigned
to Housing wagetype establishes the calculation process of Housing exemption or
Housing perquisite during monthly Payroll Run.IMG Menu PathSAP R/3 Role
Menu#Housing##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3
Customizing (IMG) Payroll ( Payroll: India ( Housing ( Define Accommodation
Types##Description and Configuration ValuesThe configured Housing Types are
available in Infotype HRA/CLA/COA (0581). Following pre-configured codes for
Housing Type have been configured.HRA Type#Tax Code#Rent#City
Category#Text##1#SHRA#Mandatory#Non-mandatory#Rented
Accom.##4#SHRA#Hidden#Hidden#Own Accom.##5#SCLA#Mandatory#Hidden#Company
Leased##6#SCOA#Non-mandatory#Mandatory#Company Owned##Based on the chosen code for
housing type in Infotype 0581, wage type default or substitution will happen in
Infotype 0008.car and conveyanceDefine Conveyance TypesWe define the conveyance
types required for an organization after analyzing the requirements on Conveyance /
Car eligibility, Allowance groupings and Tax computations.Based on the chosen code
for Conveyance type in Info type Car and Conveyance (0583), the wagetype placement
or substitution will take place in Infotype Basicpay (0008).The tax codes for
conveyance type will be associated with the exemptions and perquisite calculations
during monthly Payroll Run.IMG Menu PathSAP R/3 Role Menu#Wage Types##Transaction
Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) Payroll
( Payroll: India ( Car & Conveyance ( Define Conveyance types##Description and
Configuration ValuesFollowing pre-configured codes for Conveyance type have been
provided to Cairn Energy Payroll System. They are:Car & Conveyance
Type#Text##6#Conveyance Allowance##7#Car Running Expenses(FI)##8#Other Allowance
(PY)##Define Amounts & Numbers for Car SchemesIn this activity, we maintain details
about the employee�s entitlement to a company-owned car. For each allowance group,
we define the total value of the car and the number of cars, employees in the group
is entitled to.IMG Menu PathSAP R/3 Role
Menu#Car and Conveyance ##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for
R/3 Customizing (IMG) Payroll ( Payroll: India ( Car & Conveyance ( Define Amounts
& Numbers for Car Schemes##Description and Configuration ValuesThe following table
shows the allowance grouping wise car scheme eligibility details:Allowance
Grouping#Car Scheme#No. of Cars#Amount
Limit#Currency#From#To##2A1N#7#2#150,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2A1N#8#2#150
,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2A1R#7#2#160,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2
A1R#8#2#160,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2A2N#7#2#160,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31
.12.9999##2A2N#8#2#160,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2A2R#7#2#150,000.00#INR#01
.01.1999#31.12.9999##2A2R#8#2#150,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2A3N#7#2#160,00
0.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2A3N#8#2#160,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2A3R
#7#2#150,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2A3R#8#2#150,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12
.9999##2B1N#7#2#150,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2B1N#8#2#150,000.00#INR#01.01
.1999#31.12.9999##2B1R#7#2#160,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2B1R#8#2#160,000.0
0#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2B2N#7#2#150,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2B2N#8#
2#150,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2B2R#7#2#160,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.99
99##2B2R#8#2#160,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2B3N#7#2#160,000.00#INR#01.01.19
99#31.12.9999##2B3N#8#2#160,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2B3R#7#2#160,000.00#I
NR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2B3R#8#2#160,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2B4N#7#2#1
60,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2B4N#8#2#160,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999#
#2B4R#7#2#160,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2B4R#8#2#160,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#
31.12.9999##2B5N#7#2#160,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2B5N#8#2#160,000.00#INR#
01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2B5R#7#2#160,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2B5R#8#2#160,
000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2B6N#7#2#160,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2B
6N#8#2#160,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2B6R#7#2#160,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.
12.9999##2B6R#8#2#160,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2C1N#7#2#150,000.00#INR#01.
01.1999#31.12.9999##2C1N#8#2#150,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2C1R#7#2#160,000
.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2C1R#8#2#160,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2C2N#
7#2#150,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2C2N#8#2#150,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.
9999##2C2R#7#2#160,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2C2R#8#2#160,000.00#INR#01.01.
1999#31.12.9999##2C3N#7#2#160,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2C3N#8#2#160,000.00
#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2C3R#7#2#150,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2C3R#8#2
#150,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2C4N#7#2#160,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.999
9##2C4N#8#2#150,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2C4R#7#2#150,000.00#INR#01.01.199
9#31.12.9999##2C4R#8#2#160,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2C5N#7#2#160,000.00#IN
R#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2C5N#8#2#150,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2C5R#7#2#15
0,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2C5R#8#2#160,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##
2C6N#7#2#160,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2C6N#8#2#150,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#3
1.12.9999##2C6R#7#2#150,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2C6R#8#2#160,000.00#INR#0
1.01.1999#31.12.9999##2C7N#7#2#160,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2C7N#8#2#150,0
00.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2C7R#7#2#150,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2C7
R#8#2#160,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##3A1N#7#2#160,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.1
2.9999##3A1N#8#2#160,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##3A1R#7#2#150,000.00#INR#01.0
1.1999#31.12.9999##3A1R#8#2#150,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##3B1N#7#2#160,000.
00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##3B1N#8#2#160,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##3B1R#7
#2#150,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##3B1R#8#2#150,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9
999##3C1N#7#2#160,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##3C1N#8#2#160,000.00#INR#01.01.1
999#31.12.9999##3C1R#7#2#150,000.00#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##3C1R#8#2#150,000.00#
INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999## Eligibility Criteria for Conveyance AllowanceWe assign
Wage type and conveyance type that will be used to calculate the eligibility
amounts for Conveyance Allowance. These inputs are used to calculate the eligible
amounts payable to employees who belong to the respective allowance grouping.IMG
Menu PathSAP R/3 Role Menu#Car and Conveyance##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG
Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) Payroll ( Payroll: India( Car &
Conveyance ( Assign Eligibility Criteria for Conveyance Allowance##Description and
Configuration ValuesThe eligibility amounts for Conveyance Allowance have been
configured for each Allowance Grouping as shown in the following table.Allowance
Grouping#Car & Conveyance Type#Wage
Type#From#To##000N#6#1CON#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##000R#6#1CON#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#
#001N#6#1CON#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##001R#6#1CON#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##1A1N#6#1CON#
01.01.1900#31.12.9999##1A1R#6#1CON#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##1A2N#6#1CON#01.01.1900#31
.12.9999##1A2R#6#1CON#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##1A3N#6#1CON#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##1A3
R#6#1CON#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##1A4N#6#1CON#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##1A4R#6#1CON#01.0
1.1900#31.12.9999##1A5N#6#1CON#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##1A5R#6#1CON#01.01.1900#31.12.
9999##1A6N#6#1CON#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##1A6R#6#1CON#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##1A7N#6#
1CON#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##1A7R#6#1CON#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##1A8N#6#1CON#01.01.19
00#31.12.9999##1A8R#6#1CON#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##1B1N#6#1CON#01.01.1900#31.12.9999
##1B1R#6#1CON#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##1B2N#6#1CON#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##1B2R#6#1CON
#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##1B3N#6#1CON#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##1B3R#6#1CON#01.01.1900#3
1.12.9999##1B4N#6#1CON#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##1B4R#6#1CON#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##1B
5N#6#1CON#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##1B5R#6#1CON#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##1B6N#6#1CON#01.
01.1900#31.12.9999##1B6R#6#1CON#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##1B7N#6#1CON#01.01.1900#31.12
.9999##1B7R#6#1CON#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##1B8N#6#1CON#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##1B8R#6
#1CON#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##1B9N#6#1CON#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##1B9R#6#1CON#01.01.1
900#31.12.9999##1C1N#6#1CON#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##1C1R#6#1CON#01.01.1900#31.12.999
9##1C2N#6#1CON#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##1C2R#6#1CON#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##1C3N#6#1CO
N#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##1C3R#6#1CON#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##1C4N#6#1CON#01.01.1900#
31.12.9999##1C4R#6#1CON#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2A1N#7#2OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2
A1N#8#1OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2A1R#7#2OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2A1R#8#1OAL#01
.01.1900#31.12.9999##2A2N#7#2OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2A2N#8#1OAL#01.01.1900#31.1
2.9999##2A2R#7#2OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2A2R#8#1OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2A3N#
7#2OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2A3N#8#1OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2A3R#7#2OAL#01.01.
1900#31.12.9999##2A3R#8#1OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2B1N#7#2OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.99
99##2B1N#8#1OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2B1R#7#2OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2B1R#8#1O
AL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2B2N#7#2OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2B2N#8#1OAL#01.01.1900
#31.12.9999##2B2R#7#2OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2B2R#8#1OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##
2B3N#7#2OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2B3N#8#1OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2B3R#7#2OAL#0
1.01.1900#31.12.9999##2B3R#8#1OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2B4N#7#2OAL#01.01.1900#31.
12.9999##2B4N#8#1OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2B4R#7#2OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2B4R
#8#1OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2B5N#7#2OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2B5N#8#1OAL#01.01
.1900#31.12.9999##2B5R#7#2OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2B5R#8#1OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9
999##2B6N#7#2OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2B6N#8#1OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2B6R#7#2
OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2B6R#8#1OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2C1N#7#2OAL#01.01.190
0#31.12.9999##2C1N#8#1OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2C1R#7#2OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999#
#2C1R#8#1OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2C2N#7#2OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2C2N#8#1OAL#
01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2C2R#7#2OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2C2R#8#1OAL#01.01.1900#31
.12.9999##2C3N#7#2OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2C3N#8#1OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2C3
R#7#2OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2C3R#8#1OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2C4N#7#2OAL#01.0
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9999##2C4R#8#1OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2C5N#7#2OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2C5N#8#
1OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2C5R#7#2OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2C5R#8#1OAL#01.01.19
00#31.12.9999##2C6N#7#2OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2C6N#8#1OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999
##2C6R#7#2OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2C6R#8#1OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2C7N#7#2OAL
#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2C7N#8#1OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##2C7R#7#2OAL#01.01.1900#3
1.12.9999##2C7R#8#1OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##3A1N#7#2OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##3A
1N#8#1OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##3A1R#7#2OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##3A1R#8#1OAL#01.
01.1900#31.12.9999##3B1N#7#2OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##3B1N#8#1OAL#01.01.1900#31.12
.9999##3B1R#7#2OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##3B1R#8#1OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##3C1N#7
#2OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##3C1N#8#1OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##3C1R#7#2OAL#01.01.1
900#31.12.9999##3C1R#8#1OAL#01.01.1900#31.12.9999##professional tax Define
Professional Tax Grouping Details The personnel area and sub area groupings for
Professional Tax (PTax), which are used to group all personnel areas, and sub areas
that contribute to the same professional tax circle (or) Region.IMG Menu PathSAP
R/3 Role Menu#Professional Tax##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation
Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) Payroll( Payroll: India(Professional Tax(Define
Professional Tax Grouping Details##The following table provides the details of
Professional Tax Regions and the circles configured for Cairn Energy.PT Grp.#PT Grp
destination#Region#Zone no.#Division#Regn.Cert. No.#Office Circle name#Ptax Circle
no.#End date #Start date##1#Vijay Wada Region#1# # #RGCRT0412#EAST
VIJAYAWADA#35903#31.12.9999#01.01.1800##7#Chennai
Corporation#22#ZN65#D002#RGCRT0709#CHENNAI CENTRAL#79894#31.12.9999#01.01.1800##
Assign PTax Groupings for
PA and PSA Professional tax groupings created in the previous step are assigned to
personnel areas and Subareas.IMG Menu PathSAP R/3 Role Menu#Professional
Tax##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG)
Payroll ( Payroll: India ( Professional Tax ( Assign PTax Groupings for Personnel
Areas and Subareas##Description and Configuration ValuesThe Personnel Area and
Personnel Sub Area are grouped as mentioned in the following table with respect to
Professional Tax:Personnel Area#Personnel Area Text#Personnel Subarea#Personnel
Subarea Text#PS grp. for Ptax##1#Cairn India#1#Gurgaon#0##1#Cairn
India#2#S`yanam#1##1#Cairn India#3#Rajahmundry#1##1#Cairn
India#4#Kakinada#1##1#Cairn India#5#Barmer#0##1#Cairn India#6#Jodhpur#0##1#Cairn
India#7#Patna#0##1#Cairn India#8#Suvali#2##1#Cairn India#9#Chennai#7##3#Cairn
Bangladesh#1#Cairn Bangladesh#0## Assign Amounts for Professional Deduction
Professional Tax (PTax) rate is assigned to a slab code. Slabs are salary brackets
as specified for a State by the respective State Government or local authority.To
assign rates to slab codes for a state, for example Gujarat, we must first define
the slab code and then assign serial numbers, maximum limits and the rates.IMG Menu
PathSAP R/3 Role Menu#Professional Tax##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG
Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) Payroll ( Payroll:
India( Professional Tax ( Assign Amounts for Professional Tax
Deduction##Description and Configuration ValuesThe following table shows the
details of Professional tax slab codes and the deductible amounts for each slab.
Slab Code#Sr. No#Range End#ProfessionalTax
amount#Currency##AP01#1#1,499.99##INR##AP01#2#1,999.99#16.00#INR##AP01#3#2,999.99#2
5.00#INR##AP01#4#3,999.99#35.00#INR##AP01#5#4,999.99#45.00#INR##AP01#6#5,999.99#60.
00#INR##AP01#7#9,999.99#80.00#INR##AP01#8#14,999.99#100.00#INR##AP01#9#19,999.99#15
0.00#INR##AP01#10#9,999,999.99#200.00#INR##TN01#1#21,000.99##INR##TN01#2#30,000.99#
75.00#INR##TN01#3#45,000.99#188.00#INR##TN01#4#60,000.99#390.00#INR##TN01#5#75,000.
99#585.00#INR##TN01#6#9,999,999.99#810.00#INR######INR##Method and Form Layout for
PTax GroupingsIn this activity, we assign the calculation #HYPERLINK
"SAPEVENT:DOCU_LINK\\DS:DE.PIN_METHD"#method# used for a slab code in a region and
specify the layout of the form to be submitted, to the statutory Authorities. The
form layout and the method used for calculation, refer to a time dependent entry in
the HR Subroutines table.Professional Tax deduction amount will be arrived in the
Payroll Run, based on the employee assignment to Personnel Subarea and the slab
code / Region code assigned to the Personnel Subarea.IMG Menu PathSAP R/3 Role
Menu#Professional Tax##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3
Customizing (IMG) Payroll( Payroll: India( Professional Tax( Maintain Method and
Form Layout for Professional Tax Groupings##Description and Configuration ValuesThe
following table shows the details of Professional �Tax slab codes�#assigned to the
regions Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu.Region#Slab code#Method#Form Layout#Basis
Type#Type of Carry Forward#Start date#End date##01#AP01#40PTXCAP#40PTXFAP#Due
Basis#Gross Carry forward#01.01.1998#31.12.9999##22#TN01#40PTXCTN#40PTXFTN#Due
Basis#Gross Carry forward#01.01.1998#31.12.9999##income taxBasic SettingsPersonnel
Area and Subarea Groupings for Income TaxWe have to create the personnel area and
sub area groupings for tax, to group employees, who belong to the same tax office
circle. In the next step we assign the groupings to the relevant personnel areas
and sub areas.IMG Menu PathSAP R/3 Role Menu#Professional Tax##Transaction
Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG)
Payroll( Payroll: India(Tax( Basic Settings( Define Personnel Area and Subarea
Groupings##Description and Configuration ValuesThe following table shows the
details of Personnel Subarea groupings for Income Tax.Tax Group#TDS circle#Ward
No#Payee Key##1#ACIT TDS CIRCLE I#SALARY WARD 3(1)#INPAY01##2#ACIT TDS CIRCLE
I#SALARY WARD 3(1)#INPAY01##Assign Tax Groupings for Personnel Areas and Sub areas
In this step we assign the groupings defined in the above step to the relevant
personnel areas and sub areas IMG Menu PathSAP R/3 Role Menu#Basic
Settings##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing
(IMG) Payroll( Payroll: India( Tax( Basic settings( Assign Tax Groupings for
Personnel Areas and Subareas##Description and Configuration ValuesThe professional
tax groupings created in the previous step are assigned to personnel areas and sub
areas. Personnel Area#Personnel Area Text#Personnel Subarea#Personnel Subarea
Text#PS grp Tax##1#Cairn India#1#Gurgaon#1##1#Cairn India#2#S`yanam#1##1#Cairn
India#3#Rajahmundry#1##1#Cairn India#4#Kakinada#1##1#Cairn
India#5#Barmer#1##1#Cairn India#6#Jodhpur#1##1#Cairn India#7#Patna#1##1#Cairn
India#8#Suvali#1##1#Cairn India#9#Chennai#1##3#Cairn Bangladesh#1#Cairn
Bangladesh#1##Maintain Feature to Return Employer Income Tax Related DataIn this
feature, we set up the criteria to return the following information about the
employer based on the company code:Employer Classification CodeEmployer Permanent
Account Number (PAN)Employer Tax Account Number (TAN)Employer GIR NumberThese
values are required for the purpose of reporting.This feature returns a table with
the above information as records.IMG Menu PathSAP R/3 Role Menu#Basic
Settings##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing
(IMG) Payroll( Payroll: India( Tax( Basic settings( Maintain Feature to Return
Employer Income Tax Related Data## Third party DeductionsDetails of Section 80 and
Section 80 CContributions or investments made under Section 80 and Section 80 C are
considered as deductions from Gross Total Income (GTI) as per the limits specified
by Central Government. By assigning a wage type, we ensure that the annual value of
the wage type along with the entries made in Section 80 Deductions, Infotype (0585)
and Section 80 C Deductions, Infotype (0586) becomes eligible for deduction from
GTI for the specified sub-section / division combination.More than one wage type
can be associated with same sub-section / division combination using the sequence
field.IMG Menu PathSAP R/3 Role Menu#Third Party Deductions##Transaction
Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG)
Payroll( Payroll: India( Tax( Third Party Deductions( Configure Wage types for
Section 80 and Section 80 C##Description and Configuration ValuesThe following are
the table entries. These are SAP Standard entries.Sub
section#Division#Sequence#Division Description#Wage Type##1#1##Contribution to
Certain Pension Funds###2#1##Medical Insr Premium (Non-Senior Ctz)###2#1#1#Medical
Insr Premium (Non-Senior Ctz)###2#2##Medical Insr Premium (Senior
Citizen)###3#1##Deduction for dependent with disability###4#1#####5#1##Medical
Treatment###5#2##Medical Trtmnt for Senr Citizen###6#1##Repayment of Interest on
Loan for Higher Education###7#1##Donation to CRY###7#2##Donation to PM's Relief
Fund###8#1##Deduction in respect of rent paid###9#1##Donation for Scientific/Rural
Devlpmnt###10#1##Interest on Certain Securities/Dividends###10#2##Interest on
Certain Securities/Dividends (incl Govt Securities)###12#1##Prof Income from
Foreign Sources###13#1##Remuntn recvd for services rendrd abrd###14#1##Deduction
for self disability###Details of Section 80CContributions or investments made under
Section 88 are considered as rebates from the total tax payable by the employee. By
assigning a wage type, we ensure that the annual value of the wage type along with
the entries made in Section 88 Deductions infotype (0586) becomes eligible for
rebate from tax payable otherwise for the specified�investment.More than one wage
type can be associated with the same investment type by using the sequence number
field.IMG Menu PathSAP R/3 Role Menu#Third Party Deductions##Transaction
Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) ( Payroll: India
( Tax ( Third Party Deductions ( Configure Wage types for Section 88##Description
and Configuration ValuesInvestment#Investment Text#Sequence#Wage Type##1#Payment
towards Life Insurance Policy####2#Contribution to Superannuation
Fund####3#Subscription to notified Central Government security
(NSS)####4#Contribution to ULIP####5#Subscription to approved equity shares or
debentures (Infrastructure)####6#Subscription to approved mutual fund
(Infrastructure)####7#Contribution to Public Provident Fund####8#Contribution to
Recognised Provident Fund####9#Deposit under Post Office Savings Bank(Cumulative
Time Deposits) Rule1959####11#Subscr to notified Central Govmt Savings certificate
(NSC VIII issue)####12#Contribution to notified unit linked insurance plan of LIC
Mutual Fund####13#Contribution to provident fund as per PF Act,1925####14#Repayment
of Housing loan####16#Interest on NSC VIII issue####17#Contribution to notified
annuity plan of LIC####18#Subscription to notified mutual fund####19#Subscription
to notified pension fund####20#Subscription to notified deposit scheme of the
National Housing Bank####21#Subsr to dpst schm of a pblc sectr com or any
constituted athry in house constrc####22#Contract for a deferred annuity on life
of specified persons####23#Deduction from salary for a deferred annuity#### Tax
liability on Reimbursements, Allowances and Perks Define Tax CodesIn this activity
we define #HYPERLINK "SAPEVENT:DOCU_LINK\\DS:DE.PIN_TAXCD"#Tax Code#s and describe
them briefly. IMG Menu PathSAP R/3 Role Menu#Tax Liability on Reimbursements,
Allowances and Perks##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3
Customizing (IMG) Payroll( Payroll: India( Tax( Tax Liability on Reimbursements,
Allowances and
Perks( Define Tax Codes##Description and Configuration ValuesThe following tax
codes are in the system:Tax Code#Tax Code description##SAGA#Taxation as per
gratuity act##SBON#Income Tax Deduction at Source for Bonus##SCAR#Car maintenance
Reimbursement 1##SCEA#Children Education Allowance##SCLA#Company Leased
Accomodation##SCNE#Conveyance Act Expenditure##SCNO#Conveyance Act Expenditure
OTHERS##SCNV#Conveyance Allowance##SCOA#Company Owned Accomodation##Assign tax Code
limits to Wage TypesWe assign the tax code limits, wage types and other criteria to
a tax code. This value is taken into account when calculating the employees tax
liabilities on certain benefits.IMG Menu PathSAP R/3 Role Menu#Tax Liability on
Reimbursements, Allowances and Perks##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG
Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) Payroll ( Payroll: India ( Tax
( Tax Liability on Reimbursements, Allowances and Perks ( Assign Tax Code Limits to
Wage Types##Description and Configuration ValuesIn this activity, we assign the tax
code limits, wage types and other criteria to a tax code as shown in the following
table. This value is taken into account when calculating the employees tax
liabilities on certain benefits.ExampleSimilarly, employees who claim exemption on
Medical allowance (Tax code SMED) benefit from tax exemption of up to a maximum of
Rs.15, 000.These tax limits or rates and other details are used for verification
during a payroll run, to calculate Tax Exemptions.Wage Type#Tax
type#Frequency#Exemption Limit#Tax Code#Currency#Start#To##1CLA#Tax exemption is
Rule Based##0#SCLA#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##1CON#Tax exemption is Limit
Based#Limit for Tax Exemption is
Monthly#800#SCNV#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##1HRA#Tax exemption is Rule
Based##0#SHRA#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##1LEN#Tax exemption is Limit Based#Limit
for Tax Exemption is Annual#240,000.00#SLEA#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##1LTA#Tax
exemption is Rule Based##0#SLTA#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##1OAL#Tax exemption is
Limit Based#Limit for Tax Exemption is
Monthly#0#SEXM#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##2OAL#Tax exemption is Limit Based#Limit
for Tax Exemption is Monthly#0#SEXM#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##3MER#Tax exemption
is Limit Based#Limit for Tax Exemption is
Annual#0#SLEA#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##3TPR#Tax exemption is Limit Based#Limit
for Tax Exemption is Annual#0#SLEA#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##4OAL#Tax exemption is
Limit Based#Limit for Tax Exemption is Annual#0#SLEA#INR#01.01.1999#31.12.9999##
Payroll Schema and Personnel caLculation rules Payroll SchemaThe payroll schema
contains calculation rules to be used by the #HYPERLINK
"mk:@MSITStore:C:\\Documents%20and%20Settings\\sridhar\\Desktop\\Payroll%20-
%20GIC\\SAP%20R3%20Library\\en%20on
%20100.1.5.118\\00001567.chm::/714C453A4C4611D1890B0000E8323D3A/content.htm"#payrol
l driver# during payroll. SAP has developed country-specific schemas.A schema
consists of Personnel Calculation Rules, Operations and Functions. A schema
performs the following:Imports required Infotypes Updates the databases Gross
calculation of payProcesses basic data and time data Reads payroll account of the
last period accounted Processes time data and calculates the individual gross
values Performs factoring Net calculation of payIMG Menu Path or Transaction code
SAP R/3 Role Menu#Payroll Schema and Personnel Calculation Rules##Transaction
Code#PE01##Description and Configuration ValuesThe following table shows the
modified schema for Cairn Energy Payroll system:Schema#Text of the
Schema##ZN00#Payroll Schema_Cairn Energy_ Nationals##New requirement � W.e.f. 01st
Apr, 09Requirement: In accordance with the provisions of Income Tax under u/s
10(14) read with rule 2BB, location allowance of an employee working at Barmer site
is eligible for income tax exemption @ Rs. 1000 per month as �Compensatory Modified
Field Area Allowance�.Solution:We planned to use INCTX function for this exemption.
We have created one wage type 5LOC (Location allowance) from M200. Eligibility is
getting varied from grade to grade for this allowance. (ExampleRs.5000 to 10000 per
month). As per the requirement, we have to configure this wage type for exemption
of Rs.1000 per month u/s 10.In V_T7INA9, we maintained this wage type and mentioned
that it is Allowance.In V_T7INT9, we mapped the Standard Tax code SLOC to the wage
type 1LOC and mentioned the frequency as Monthly & Exemption amount as Rs. 1000.In
T591A, we have copied the standard subtype SEXM and named the subtype as SLOC �
Generic Tax exemption and in the T7INT7, the tax code as SLOC � Generic Tax
exemption.5LOC Wage type is maintained in the Infotype 0008 & Exemption for the
month April 09 in Infotype 0582 as Rs. 1100 against the subtype SLOC.We copied
annual & monthly customer specific exemption wage types MCAX & MCMX and created as
1LAX & 1LMX.In Schema, it is maintained as INCTX SLOX 1LAX A 1LMXSince we
maintained the maximum limit as Rs.1000 in V_T7INT9, System considers only Rs. 1000
but In 0582 Infotype, exemption amount entered for the month of April 09 is
Rs.1100.In May 09, we entered Rs. 300, so the system automatically projects the
value and display the annual exemption as Rs.4300.Schema � ZN00Schema ZN00 is used
for Cairn energy nation employees Payroll run.##Activate INCTX#Copy IN71 & Create
ZN71#Modifications in ZN71 as per our requirements :##Copy wage type MCAX & MCMX
and create wage type 1LAX & 1LMX##In Table : V_T7INA9#In Table : V_T7INT9#In
Table : V_T7INT7#In Table : V_T591A#In Infotype 0582 : Subtype SLOC is maintained
#1LOC Wage type maintained Infotype 0008#Result : Exemption is displayed u/s 10##
Tax Calculation :Income#5120000#######Std.
dedn.#150000########4970000#######10%#150000#15000#######4820000#######20%#200000#4
0000#######4620000#######30%##1386000################TDS#10% Sur##Edu Cess#Tot
Tax####1441000#144100#1585100#47553#1632653##########Income#5120000#######u/s 10
Exemp#12000########5108000#######Std.
dedn.#150000########4958000#######10%#150000#15000#######4808000#######20%#200000#4
0000#######4608000#######30%##1382400################TDS#10% Sur##Edu Cess#Tot
Tax####1437400#143740#1581140#47434.2#1628574###Last Month Exemption � April
2009#1000##Current Month Exemption � May 2009#300##Projection ( Including Current
Month )#11##Balance month including Current month#3300##�#�##Total
Exemption#4300####Tax Calculation :Income#5120000#######u/s 10
Exemp#4300########5115700#######Std.
dedn.#150000########4965700#######10%#150000#15000#######4815700#######20%#200000#4
0000#######4615700#######30%##1384710################TDS#10% Sur##Edu Cess#Tot
Tax####1439710#143971#1583681#47510.43#1631191## Personnel calculation Rules
Personnel Calculation Rule is an instruction to execute defined tasks in Time
Management and Payroll. Personnel calculation rules consist of one or more
operations. They have a decision tree structure.A personnel calculation rule may
contain one or more sub areas.A personnel calculation rule is a type of work
instruction that checks the existing conditions and executes individual actions.The
country-specific payroll module by SAP takes the statutory and administrative
regulations of a country into account and designs the Payroll schemas and Personnel
calculation rules.IMG Menu Path or Transaction codeSAP R/3 Role Menu#Payroll Schema
and Personnel Calculation Rules##Transaction Code#PE02##Description and
Configuration ValuesSince each country payroll has a modular structure, we can use
the Customizing functions/Rules to quickly modify the payroll procedure to meet the
particular requirements of an enterprise.On this way, we have designed the
following customer specific Personnel Calculation rules to suit the requirements of
the Payroll module of Cairn Energy:Rule#Text of the Personnel Calculation
Rule##ZEDL#HR-IN: Employer EDLI contrib. as 0.005% (0.01) and multiply by
1lakh##ZERC#HR-IN: Employer PF/Pen contributions 1lakh division##ZNRT#HR-IN:
Cumulate Payments for TDS in Regular Run##ZNVT#HR-IN: Voluntary tax
deduction##ZPER#HR-IN: Adding the Monthly Perk to Annual Perk##ZRET#HR-IN: PF and
PT Retro Carry forward in case of Arrears##PCR ZEDL:#PCR: ZERC:#PCR: ZNRT:#PCR:
ZNVT:##PCR: ZRET:#Payroll organisationPeriod ParametersIn this step, the period
parameters for payroll are defined.Period parameter is a two-digit numerical
parameter that defines the time interval for running payroll.IMG Menu PathSAP R/3
Role Menu#Payroll Organization##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation
Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) ( Payroll( Payroll: India( Basic settings( Payroll
organization( Define Period Parameters##Description and Configuration ValuesIn
Cairn Energy the Payroll run is Monthly Payroll run for all the employees. We have
configured the Monthly Payroll to suit the requirement as shown in the following
tablePeriod Parameters#Name#Time Unit#Start
Date##1#Monthly#1#01.01.1990##67#Monthly - IN#1#01.04.1998##Date ModifiersThe data
modifier is only a means of differentiation allowing defining different payment
dates for various employee groups. Date Modifiers defined in this step are assigned
to Payroll Areas.IMG Menu PathSAP R/3 Role Menu#Payroll Organization##Transaction
Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide for R/3 Customizing (IMG) ( Payroll
( Payroll: India ( Basic settings ( Payroll organization ( Define Date
modifiers##Description and Configuration ValuesThe following date modifier has been
configured for Cairn EnergyDate Modifier#Name##00#Standard Modifier##Generate
Payroll Periods The period for which payroll regularly runs. In an abstract sense,
#HYPERLINK
"GANGANNA/Personal/00001827.chm::/352ABD0861025CD5E10000009B38F974/content.htm"##pa
yroll period# is the name given to the interval
for which Payroll regularly runs, such as Weekly or monthly payroll periods.For
each #HYPERLINK
"SAPEVENT:DOCU_LINK\\DS:GLOS.3526C5F5AFAB52B9E10000009B38F974"#period parameter#
that is assigned to a #HYPERLINK "SAPEVENT:DOCU_LINK\\DS:GLOS.Payroll
%20Area"#payroll area#, the system requires the following date specifications:Start
date and end date of each payroll period (Ex: 01.04.2007 � 31.04.2007)Payment date
of each payroll period (Ex: Payment date for April 2007 is 30.04.2007)IMG Menu Path
SAP R/3 Role Menu#Basic Pay##Transaction Code#SPRO##IMG Menu#Implementation Guide
for R/3 Customizing (IMG) ( Payroll( Payroll: India( Basic settings(Payroll
organization( Generate Payroll Periods##Description and Configuration ValuesWe have
generated the payroll periods for the period parameters i.e. MONTHLY for the years
2006 to 2010. The start and end dates of the periods should be the same as the
start and end dates of the calendar months. The period�s payment dates should be
three days before the end of the period.The following table represents the Payroll
Periods defined for Cairn Energy�s Payroll Nationals.Payroll year#Payroll
Period#Start date#End date#Previous Payroll year#Previous Payroll
Period##2007#1#01.04.2007#30.04.2007#2006#12##2007#2#01.05.2007#31.05.2007#2007#1##
2007#3#01.06.2007#30.06.2007#2007#2##2007#4#01.07.2007#31.07.2007#2007#3##2007#5#01
.08.2007#31.08.2007#2007#4##2007#6#01.09.2007#30.09.2007#2007#5##2007#7#01.10.2007#
31.10.2007#2007#6##2007#8#01.11.2007#30.11.2007#2007#7##2007#9#01.12.2007#31.12.200
7#2007#8##2007#10#01.01.2008#31.01.2008#2007#9##2007#11#01.02.2008#29.02.2008#2007#
10##2007#12#01.03.2008#31.03.2008#2007#11##2008#1#01.04.2008#30.04.2008#2007#12##20
08#2#01.05.2008#31.05.2008#2008#1##2008#3#01.06.2008#30.06.2008#2008#2##2008#4#01.0
7.2008#31.07.2008#2008#3##2008#5#01.08.2008#31.08.2008#2008#4##2008#6#01.09.2008#30
.09.2008#2008#5##2008#7#01.10.2008#31.10.2008#2008#6##2008#8#01.11.2008#30.11.2008#
2008#7##2008#9#01.12.2008#31.12.2008#2008#8##2008#10#01.01.2009#31.01.2009#2008#9##
2008#11#01.02.2009#28.02.2009#2008#10##2008#12#01.03.2009#31.03.2009#2008#11##2009#
1#01.04.2009#30.04.2009#2008#12##2009#2#01.05.2009#31.05.2009#2009#1##2009#3#01.06.
2009#30.06.2009#2009#2##2009#4#01.07.2009#31.07.2009#2009#3##2009#5#01.08.2009#31.0
8.2009#2009#4##2009#6#01.09.2009#30.09.2009#2009#5##2009#7#01.10.2009#31.10.2009#20
09#6##2009#8#01.11.2009#30.11.2009#2009#7##2009#9#01.12.2009#31.12.2009#2009#8##200
9#10#01.01.2010#31.01.2010#2009#9##2009#11#01.02.2010#28.02.2010#2009#10##2009#12#0
1.03.2010#31.03.2010#2009#11##2010#1#01.04.2010#30.04.2010#2009#12##2010#2#01.05.20
10#31.05.2010#2010#1##2010#3#01.06.2010#30.06.2010#2010#2##2010#4#01.07.2010#31.07.
2010#2010#3##2010#5#01.08.2010#31.08.2010#2010#4##2010#6#01.09.2010#30.09.2010#2010
#5##2010#7#01.10.2010#31.10.2010#2010#6##2010#8#01.11.2010#30.11.2010#2010#7##2010#
9#01.12.2010#31.12.2010#2010#8##2010#10#01.01.2011#31.01.2011#2010#9##2010#11#01.02
.2011#28.02.2011#2010#10##2010#12#01.03.2011#31.03.2011#2010#11##2011#1#01.04.2011#
30.04.2011#2010#12##2011#2#01.05.2011#31.05.2011#2011#1##2011#3#01.06.2011#30.06.20
11#2011#2##2011#4#01.07.2011#31.07.2011#2011#3##2011#5#01.08.2011#31.08.2011#2011#4
##2011#6#01.09.2011#30.09.2011#2011#5##2011#7#01.10.2011#31.10.2011#2011#6##2011#8#
01.11.2011#30.11.2011#2011#7##2011#9#01.12.2011#31.12.2011#2011#8##ABAP
developmentSSl. No.#Description#Transaction Code##1#Car running Expenses Monthly
Report#ZPY007##2#Car running Expenses Period end treatment
Report#ZPY008##3#Telephone reimbursement Period end process
Report#ZPY004##4#Telephone reimbursement Display claim details
Report#ZPY004_Disp##5#Telephone reimbursement Outstanding balance
Report#ZPY001_Outstanding##6#Medical Reimbursement Period end process
Report#ZPY017##7#Medical Reimbursement claim display details
Report#ZPY017_Disp##8#Medical Reimbursement Outstanding balance
Report#ZPY018##9#FHPL Monthly Report#ZPY005##10#Leave encashment details
Report(Display mode only)#Zpy014##11#Coff encashment details Report(Display mode
only)#Zpy015##12#N/F Holidays History of Employee Report#ZPY010_D##13#Pay register
Report#ZPY019##14#Generation of Allow. in lieu of Superannuation
report#ZPY009##15#Updation of data table (ZPY_SUPER_ANNU)#ZPY009##16#Generation of
Monthly Superannuation report#ZPY012##17#Standard Vs Actual
Reconciliation#ZPY021##18#Allowance in lieu of superannuation automatic updation
IT0008#ZPY026##19#Full & Final settlement Infotype updation
Report#ZPY020##20#Salary Transfer#ZPY016##21#Mode wise Reconciliation of Salary
Disbursement Monthly Report#ZPY013##22#Income Tax computation
Statement#ZPY024##23#Full & Final settlement Final Report#ZPY023##24#Telephone
Reimbursement Claim creating process#ZPY001##25#Car running Expenses Claim
Creation Process#ZPY002##26#Salary Advance#ZPY003##27#Medical Reimbursement Claim
creating process#ZHR007##28#Medical Reimbursement claim approval by
CMO#ZHR007##29#FHPL Claim creating process#ZHR007##30#FHPL Claim approval by
CMO#ZHR007##31#LTA application process#ZLTACF##32#National/Festival holidays Pay
application process#ZPY010##Processing Classes:# ##############Cumulation Classes:
1. Total gross amount10. Net payments/Deductions11. EPF Basis12. ESI Basis13. ESI
Basis Nominal14. HRA Basis15. COA/CLA Basis16. Gratuity Basis17. Super anuation
basis18. Ptax Basis19. Ptax basis Nominal28. Leave Encashment basis32. Monthly
Exceptions33. Annual Exceptions39. VPF basis40. LWF basisEvaluation Classes:#
#50000010#<DS:HRDS.DSYSLO_ECDPRCV_059AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA99_3VVV>Specification 059#
PA30- Master Data:#IT-0000-Actions:#IT-0001- Organizational Assignment#IT-0002-
Personal Data:#IT-0003- Payroll Status:#IT-0006- Address:#IT-0007- Planned Working
Time:#IT-0008-Basic pay:#IT-0009-Bank Details:#IT-0014- Recurring payments/
Deductions:#IT-0015 Additional Payments:#IT-0016- Contract elements:#IT-0019
Monitoring of Tasks:#IT-0021 Family Members/Dependence:#IT-0022 Education:#IT-0023
Other/ Previous Employers:#IT-0031 Reference Personal Numbers:#IT-0045- Loans:#IT-
0050 Time Recording Info:#IT-0105- Communication:#IT-0185 Personal ID�s:##IT-0580-
Previous Employment Tax Details:#IT-0581-HRA:#IT-0582- Exceptions:#IT-0583- Car &
Conveyance:#IT-0584- Income From Other Sources:#IT-0585- Section 80 Deductions:#IT-
0586- Section 80C Deductions:#IT-0587- PF:#IT-0588- Other Statutory Deductions:###
IT-0589- Individual Reimbursement:#Payroll-Run:#PC00_M40_CALC_SIMU- Simulation:#
PC00_M99_PA03_RELEA- Release Payroll:#PC00_M40_CALC- Start Payroll:#
PC00_M99_PA03_CHECK- Check ResultsPC00_M99_PA03_CORR- CorrectionsPC00_M99_PA03_END-
Exit PayrollPC00_M40_CEDT- Remuneration Statement##Payroll Results: T.Code:
PC_payresults, PC_M40_CLSTR##RT Table:#CRT Table:#BT Table:#Reporting for Posting
Payroll Results to Accounting:#Employee Grouping for Account Determination:##Define
Symbolic Accounts:#Define Posting Characteristics of Wage Types:##Other Steps:
Maintain Posting date for Payroll PeriodsCreate Posting VariantsActivities in AC
System (Assigning Accounts)Posting Run:Execute Run: PC00_M99_CIPE##Edit Run-PCP0##
Other Legal Reports:#LOANS CONFIGURATIONPayroll >> Payroll India >> Company Loans
>> Master Data >> Maintain Loan Types >> Loan Types Definition#Payroll >> Payroll
India >> Company Loans >> Master Data >> Maintain Loan Types >> Country
Assignment#Payroll >> Payroll India >> Company Loans >> Master Data >> Maintain
Loan Types >> Technical Attributes#Payroll >> Payroll India >> Company Loans >>
Master Data >> Maintain Loan Types >> Conditions#Payroll >> Payroll India >>
Company Loans >> Master Data >> Customer Pay Types >> Set up Customer Payment
Types >> Define Payment Types#Payroll >> Payroll India >> Company Loans >> Master
Data >> Customer Pay Types >> Set up Customer Payment Types >> Assignment of Wage
types to payment types #Payroll >> Payroll India >> Company Loans >> Master Data
>> Customer Pay Types >> Control Allocation of Loans >> Adopt Feature #Payroll >>
Payroll India >> Company Loans >> Master Data >> Customer Pay Types >> Control
Allocation of Loans >> Define Values#Payroll >> Payroll India >> Company Loans >>
Master Data >> Customer Pay Types >> Maintain Loans Grouoping#Payroll >> Payroll
India >> Company Loans >> Master Data >> Customer Pay Types >> Maintain Salary
Components#Payroll >> Payroll India >> Company Loans >> Master Data >> Customer
Pay Types >> Maintain Maximum No. of Loans allowed >> Maintain Maximum No. of
Loans allowed at a time (Country Grouping 40)#Payroll >> Payroll India >> Company
Loans >> Master Data >> Customer Pay Types >> Maintain Maximum No. of Loans
allowed >> Maintain Maximum No. of Loans allowed#Payroll >> Payroll India >>
Company Loans >> Master Data >> Customer Pay Types >> Maintain maximum amount for
Loans Outstanding#Payroll >> Payroll India >> Company Loans >> Master Data >>
Customer Pay Types >> Maintain Loans Eligibility Checks and Limits#Payroll >>
Payroll India >> Employee Self Services >> Claims >> Reimbursement Type Settings >>
Maintain Attributes of Reimbursement Types #Payroll >> Payroll India >> Employee
Self Services >> Claims >> Reimbursement Type Settings >> Define Groups for
Reimbursement Types #Payroll >> Payroll India >> Employee Self Services >> Claims
>> Reimbursement Type Settings >> Define Payment mode of Reimbursement Types#
Payroll >> Payroll India >> Employee Self Services >> Claims >> Reimbursement Type
>> Map Subtypes of Loan infotype to Reimbursement Types##Payroll >> Payroll India
>> Employee Self Services >> Loans >> Loans >> Define Number Range for Loans#
Payroll >>
Payroll India >> Employee Self Services >> Loans >> Node Text Not Found >> Define
Loan types and conditions (Country Grouping 40)#Payroll >> Payroll India >>
Employee Self Services >> Loans >> Node Text Not Found >> Define Loan Payment Types
(Country Grouping 40)#Payroll >> Payroll India >> Employee Self Services >> Loans
>> Node Text Not Found >> Define Loan Re-Payment Types (Country Grouping 40)#
Payroll >> Payroll India >> Employee Self Services >> Loans >> Node Text Not Found
>> Map Loan Types to Approvers#Travel Management# TOC \o "1-1" \f \h \z \t "Heading
2,2,Heading 3,3" ##HYPERLINK \l "_Toc230593477"#Scope of the Document # PAGEREF
_Toc230593477 \h ##6###HYPERLINK \l "_Toc230593478"#Human Resources � Travel
Management Configuration Scope # PAGEREF _Toc230593478 \h ##6###HYPERLINK \l
"_Toc230593480"#2.3 Define Control parameter for Travel Expenses # PAGEREF
_Toc230593480 \h ##7###HYPERLINK \l "_Toc230593481"#2.3.1 Define Trip Provision
Variant # PAGEREF _Toc230593481 \h ##7###HYPERLINK \l "_Toc230593482"#2.3.2
Define Global Settings # PAGEREF _Toc230593482 \h ##8###HYPERLINK \l
"_Toc230593483"#2.4 Define Control parameter for Travel Data # PAGEREF
_Toc230593483 \h ##9###HYPERLINK \l "_Toc230593484"#2.4.1 Define Trip Areas #
PAGEREF _Toc230593484 \h ##9###HYPERLINK \l "_Toc230593485"# # PAGEREF
_Toc230593485 \h ##9###HYPERLINK \l "_Toc230593486"#3.3.2 Define Trip Activity
Types # PAGEREF _Toc230593486 \h ##9###HYPERLINK \l "_Toc230593487"#You have to
define the various Trip Reasons in this activity # PAGEREF _Toc230593487 \h
##9###HYPERLINK \l "_Toc230593488"#2.5 Travel Expense Types # PAGEREF
_Toc230593488 \h ##10###HYPERLINK \l "_Toc230593489"#2.5.1 Create Travel Expense
Types for Individual Receipts # PAGEREF _Toc230593489 \h ##10###HYPERLINK \l
"_Toc230593490"#2.6 Dialog and Travel Expenses Control # PAGEREF
_Toc230593490 \h ##12###HYPERLINK \l "_Toc230593491"#2.6.1 Define Schema and
Individual Field Control # PAGEREF _Toc230593491 \h ##12###HYPERLINK \l
"_Toc230593492"#You have to define the screen layout for the various Trip Provision
Variant in this activity. # PAGEREF _Toc230593492 \h ##12###HYPERLINK \l
"_Toc230593493"#2.6.2 Restrict travel expense types for Trip Schemas # PAGEREF
_Toc230593493 \h ##14###HYPERLINK \l "_Toc230593494"#2.6.3 Travel
Management( Travel Expenses( Dialog and Travel Expenses Control( Dialog
Control( Restrict travel expense types for Trip Schemas # PAGEREF
_Toc230593494 \h ##14###HYPERLINK \l "_Toc230593495"#2.6.4 Field Control for
Additional Receipt Information # PAGEREF _Toc230593495 \h ##15###HYPERLINK \l
"_Toc230593496"#You define the field status of the additional receipt # PAGEREF
_Toc230593496 \h ##15###HYPERLINK \l "_Toc230593497"#2.6.5 Setup variable layout
for Account assignment objects # PAGEREF _Toc230593497 \h ##17###HYPERLINK \l
"_Toc230593498"# # PAGEREF _Toc230593498 \h ##18###HYPERLINK \l
"_Toc230593499"#2.7 Travel Expenses Control # PAGEREF _Toc230593499 \h ##18##
#HYPERLINK \l "_Toc230593500"#2.8 Wage Types for Interfaces # PAGEREF
_Toc230593500 \h ##19###HYPERLINK \l "_Toc230593501"#2.8.1 Assign Wage Types to
Travel Expense Types for Indiv. Receipts # PAGEREF _Toc230593501 \h ##19##
#HYPERLINK \l "_Toc230593502"#Here in this activity we assign wage type to the
expense type # PAGEREF _Toc230593502 \h ##19###HYPERLINK \l
"_Toc230593503"#2.9 Transfer to Accounting # PAGEREF _Toc230593503 \h ##21##
#HYPERLINK \l "_Toc230593504"#2.9.1 Number Ranges for Posting Runs # PAGEREF
_Toc230593504 \h ##21###HYPERLINK \l "_Toc230593505"#You have to provide number
ranges for posting run for transfer to accounting # PAGEREF _Toc230593505 \h
##21###HYPERLINK \l "_Toc230593506"#2.9.2 Number Ranges for Trip transfer documents
# PAGEREF _Toc230593506 \h ##22###HYPERLINK \l "_Toc230593507"#You have to
define the number range interval for the internal assignment of trip transfer
document. # PAGEREF _Toc230593507 \h ##22###HYPERLINK \l "_Toc230593508"#2.9.3
Assignment of Wage Type to Symbolic Account # PAGEREF _Toc230593508 \h
##22###HYPERLINK \l "_Toc230593509"#You have to provide a symbolic account to each
wage type for transfer to accounting # PAGEREF _Toc230593509 \h ##22##
#HYPERLINK \l "_Toc230593510"#2.9.4 Conversion of Symbolic Account to Expense
Account # PAGEREF _Toc230593510 \h ##23###HYPERLINK \l "_Toc230593511"#You have
to provide a symbolic account to actual expense GL and Employee Account for
transfer to accounting # PAGEREF _Toc230593511 \h ##23###HYPERLINK \l
"_Toc230593512"# # PAGEREF _Toc230593512 \h ##24###Human Resources � Travel
Management Configuration ScopeThe Travel Management section contains the
configuration details of the module. As part of business process mapping following
configuration has been carried out in this module.Define Trip Number RangesYou have
to define number ranges personnel area wise for creation of trip in this activity
Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:IMG Menu#SPRO
( Financial Accounting
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#b#e# #d#o#n#e#.##A#c#c#e#s#s# #the activity using one of the following navigation
options:IMG Menu#Travel Management(Travel Expenses(Master Data( Control Parameters
from Travel Expenses( Define/Delete/Restore Trip Provision Variants##Transaction
Code#SPRO ######Define Global SettingsYou have to define the global settings in the
trip provision variant.Access the activity using one of the following navigation
options:IMG Menu#Travel Management(Travel Expenses(Master Data( Control Parameters
from Travel Expenses( Define Global Settings##Transaction Code#SPRO ###Define
Control parameter for Travel DataDefine Trip AreasYou have to define the trip areas
for to allow entitlement as per the area/region. But in order to suit the Business
requirements, instead of defining trip country, we have used this field to define
�Self travel � Yes or No�.Access the activity using one of the following navigation
options:IMG Menu#Travel Management(Travel Expenses(Master Data( Control Parameters
from Trip Data( Define Trip Areas##Transaction Code#SPRO ### Define Trip
Activity Types You have to define the various Trip Reasons in this activityAccess
the activity using one of the following navigation options:IMG Menu#Travel
Management(Travel Expenses(Master Data( Control Parameters from Travel
Privileges( Control Parameters from Trip Facts( Define Trip Activity
Types##Transaction Code#SPRO ###Travel Expense TypesCreate Travel Expense Types for
Individual ReceiptsYou have to define the various Trip expense types in this
activity.Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:IMG
Menu#Travel Management(Travel Expenses(Master Data(Travel Expense Types(Create
Travel Expense Types for Individual Receipts##Transaction Code#SPRO ####Dialog and
Travel Expenses ControlDefine Schema and Individual Field ControlYou have to define
the screen layout for the various Trip Provision Variant in this activity.Access
the activity using one of the following navigation options:IMG Menu#Travel
Management(Travel Expenses( Dialog and Travel Expenses Control( Dialog
Control( Define Schema and Individual Field Control ##Transaction Code#SPRO ####
Restrict travel expense types for Trip SchemasIn this step, you assign to a trip
schema those travel expense types that need to be available under that trip schema.
If you do not specify any travel expense types for a trip schema, then all expense
types stored in the system apply to that trip schema.Access the activity using one
of the following navigation options:IMG Menu#Travel Management( Travel
Expenses( Dialog and Travel Expenses Control( Dialog Control( Restrict travel
expense types for Trip Schemas##Transaction Code#SPRO ####Field Control for
Additional Receipt Information You define the field status of the additional
receipt Like Required OptionalDisplayHiddenAccess the activity using one of the
following navigation options:IMG Menu#Travel Management( Travel Expenses( Dialog
and Travel Expenses Control( Dialog Control( Field Control for Additional Receipt
Information##Transaction Code#SPRO ####Setup variable layout for Account assignment
objectsIn this IMG activity you define the screen layout for the account assignment
objects - the selection and order of these objects. In addition you can specify the
field characteristics for each of the account assignment objects.Access the
activity using one of the following navigation options:IMG Menu#Travel
Management( Travel Expenses( Dialog and Travel Expenses Control( Dialog
Control( Setup variable layout for Account assignment objects##Transaction
Code#SPRO ####Travel Expenses Control Travel Expenses Control (Expert View)In this
IMG activity, you can edit the matrix of accounting rules. For each position in the
matrix, you can access documentation (F1 Help) and input help (F4 Help).Access the
activity using one of the following navigation options:IMG Menu#Travel
Management( Travel Expenses( Dialog and Travel Expenses Control( Travel Expenses
Control( Travel Expenses Control (Expert View)##Transaction Code#SPRO###Wage
Types for InterfacesAssign Wage Types to Travel Expense Types for Indiv. Receipts
Here in this activity we assign wage type to the expense typeAccess the activity
using one of the following navigation options:IMG Menu#Travel Management( Travel
Expenses( Wage Types for Interfaces( Assign Wage Types to Travel Expense Types for
Individual Receipts##Transaction Code#SPRO ####Transfer to AccountingNumber Ranges
for Posting Runs You have to provide number ranges for posting run for transfer to
accountingAccess the activity using one of the following navigation options:IMG
Menu#Travel Management( Travel Expenses( Transfer to Accounting( Set Up Number
Ranges for Posting Runs##Transaction Code#SPRO ####Number Ranges for Trip transfer
documents You have to define the number range interval for the internal assignment
of trip transfer document.Access the activity using one of the following navigation
options:IMG Menu#Travel Management( Travel Expenses( Transfer to Accounting( Set Up
Number Ranges for Trip transfer document##Transaction Code#SPRO ###Assignment of
Wage Type to Symbolic Account You have to provide a symbolic account to each wage
type for transfer to accountingAccess the activity using one of the following
navigation options:IMG Menu#Travel Management( Travel Expenses( Transfer to
Accounting( Define Assignment of Wage Type to Symbolic Account##Transaction
Code#SPRO ###Conversion of Symbolic Account to Expense Account You have to provide
a symbolic account to actual expense GL and Employee Account for transfer to
accountingAccess the activity using one of the following navigation options:IMG
Menu#Travel Management( Travel Expenses( Transfer to Accounting( Conversion of
Symbolic Account to Expense Account##Transaction Code#SPRO ######CATS-
Configuration:Scope of the DocumentThe Time Sheets document contains the
configuration details of the module. As part of business process mapping following
configuration has been carried out in this module.Settings for all user interfaces
Create Authorizations for data entry profilesUseTo assign users authorization for
specific data entry profiles, you do not have to assign each user all the relevant
profiles individually. Instead you can define profile authorization groups and use
them to group data entry profiles with common attributes.ProcedureAccess the
activity using one of the following navigation options:IMG Menu#SPRO ( Cross
Application Components > Time Sheet > Settings for all user interfaces >
Authorizations > Create Authorizations for data entry profiles##Transaction
Code#SPRO ##Result##Specific Settings for cats regularSetup data entry profilesUse
In this activity, you set up the Web application CATS regular for the Cross-
Application Time SheetProcedureAccess the activity using one of the following
navigation options:IMG Menu#SPRO ( Cross Application Components > Time Sheet >
Specific settings for CATS regular > Record working time > Set up data entry
profiles##Transaction Code#SPRO ##Result###*The �ADMIN� profile is without an
approval procedure & changes even after approval of Time Sheets are possible.##*The
�EMPLOYEE� profile is with an approval procedure & changes after approval of Time
Sheets are not possible.Specific Settings for cats regularDefine Field SelectionUse
In this step, you decide which fields should appear on the screen when maintaining
or displaying the time sheet, and also define their attributesProcedureAccess the
activity using one of the following navigation options:IMG Menu#SPRO ( Cross
Application Components > Time Sheet > Specific settings for CATS regular > Record
working time > Define field Selection##Transaction Code#SPRO ##Result#*Select
Worklist & click Influencing to select a data entry profile.##Worklist fields need
to chosen for both the data entry profiles, which are �ADMIN� & �EMPLOYEE�.
Similarly, fields for Data entry section of time sheet can be selected in the below
screen.#*Select Data entry section & click Influencing to select a data entry
profile.##Data entry section fields need to chosen for both the data entry
profiles, which are �ADMIN� & �EMPLOYEE�.time data recording & administrationDefine
Attendance typesUseIn this step, you define #HYPERLINK
"SAPEVENT:DOCU_LINK\\DS:GLOS.352AC01661025CD5E10000009B38F974"#attendance types#
for a #HYPERLINK
"SAPEVENT:DOCU_LINK\\DS:GLOS.3526C1E4AFAB52B9E10000009B38F974"#personnel subarea#
grouping for attendance/absence types.ProcedureAccess the activity using one of the
following navigation options:IMG Menu#SPRO ( Time Management > Time data recording
& Administration > Attendance/Actual working times > Define Attendance
types##Transaction Code#SPRO ##Result#*Attendance types represent the kind of work
done by a time-writer and these attendance types would be available under the field
�Activity type� on ESS.#Group employee subgroups for time quotasUseIn this step,
you group your #HYPERLINK
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for time quota types. Employee subgroups for which the same attendance and absence
quota types are defined are assigned to the same grouping for time quota types.
ProcedureAccess the activity using one of the following navigation options:IMG
Menu#SPRO ( Time Management > Time data recording & Administration >
Attendance/Actual working times > Attendance counting > Rules for Attendance
Counting (New) > Group employee subgroups for time quotas##Transaction Code#SPRO
##Result#Group Personnel subareas for time quotasUseIn this step, you group your
#HYPERLINK "SAPEVENT:DOCU_LINK\\DS:GLOS.3526C1E4AFAB52B9E10000009B38F974"#personnel
subareas# with regard to the permissibility of time quota types.Personnel subareas
for which the same attendance and absence quota types are defined are assigned to
the same grouping for time quota types. ProcedureAccess the activity using one of
the following navigation options:IMG Menu#SPRO ( Time Management > Time data
recording & Administration > Attendance/Actual working times > Attendance counting
> Rules for Attendance Counting (New) > Group personnel subareas for time
quotas##Transaction Code#SPRO ##Result#Define Counting RulesUseIn this step, you
define rules for counting attendances. ProcedureAccess the activity using one of
the following navigation options:IMG Menu#SPRO ( Time Management > Time data
recording & Administration > Attendance/Actual working times > Attendance counting
> Rules for Attendance Counting (New) > Define counting rules##Transaction
Code#SPRO ##Result##Assign Counting Rules to Attendance typesUseIn this step, you
determine & assign the respective counting rule for attendance counting to each
attendance type. ProcedureAccess the activity using one of the following navigation
options:IMG Menu#SPRO ( Time Management > Time data recording & Administration >
Attendance/Actual working times > Attendance counting > Rules for Attendance
Counting (New) > Assign counting rules to attendance types##Transaction Code#SPRO
##Result#Select Allowed Absence typesUseIn this section, you define the #HYPERLINK
"SAPEVENT:DOCU_LINK\\DS:GLOS.3526C5CCAFAB52B9E10000009B38F974"#absence types# that
the employees are allowed to enter in CATS Regular.To do this, deactivate / tick
all the absence types that are not be entered using ESS.ProcedureAccess the
activity using one of the following navigation options:IMG Menu#SPRO ( Cross
Application Components > Time Sheet > Specific settings for CATS regular > Record
working time > Select Allowed Absence types.##Result#Define rejection ReasonsUseIn
this step, you define the rejection reasons that the person approving the data can
attach to a rejected record.We have simply created a rejection reason �RC-For
Rejection� with long-text functionality as active in order to enable the approver
write a comment while rejecting the time entry.ProcedureAccess the activity using
one of the following navigation options:IMG Menu#SPRO ( Cross Application
Components > Time Sheet > Settings for All User Interfaces > Approval procedure >
Define rejection reasons##Result#Personnel DevelopmentThe following standard
reports are available in the Personnel Development component:Profile Match-up
ProfilesFind ObjectsFor QualificationsFor a Development PlanFor a Development Plan
ItemAppraisalsFollowing reports can be executed for Organization unitProfile Match-
up: Position/HolderProfilesSuccession OverviewTraining and Event ManagementTraining
and Event Management offers extensive and comprehensive reporting functions. One
can request a wide variety of reports for business events, resources, and
attendees. One can also get reports for training and event costs, business event
appraisals, attendee appraisals, or missing resources.For attendance#HYPERLINK
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f/content.htm"#Attendee List##HYPERLINK
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f/content.htm"#Attendance List##HYPERLINK
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f/content.htm"#Employee list##HYPERLINK
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f/content.htm"#Bookings per Attendee##HYPERLINK
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f/content.htm"#Attendee's Training History##HYPERLINK
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f/content.htm"#Attendance Prerequisites##HYPERLINK
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f/content.htm"#Attendee's Qualifications##HYPERLINK
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f/content.htm"#Prerequisites
Matchup##HYPERLINK
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f/content.htm"#Attendee Appraisal##HYPERLINK
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f/content.htm"#Prebookings per Business Event Type##HYPERLINK
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f/content.htm"#Prebookings per Attendee##HYPERLINK
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f/content.htm"#Attendees to Be Rebooked##HYPERLINK
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f/content.htm"#Attendance Statistics##HYPERLINK
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f/content.htm"#Attendance and Sales Statistics##HYPERLINK
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f/content.htm"#Cancellations per Business Event##HYPERLINK
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f/content.htm"#Cancellations per Attendee##HYPERLINK
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f/content.htm"#Budget Comparison#For resources#HYPERLINK
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f/content.htm"#Resource Equipment##HYPERLINK
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f/content.htm"#Resource Reservation##HYPERLINK
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f/content.htm"#Instructor Information##HYPERLINK
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f/content.htm"#Graphical Resource Reservation##HYPERLINK
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f/content.htm"#Available/Reserved Resources##HYPERLINK
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f/content.htm"#Resource Reservation Statistics##HYPERLINK
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f/content.htm"#Resources Not Yet Assigned per Resource Type#
For business events#HYPERLINK
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f/content.htm"#Business Event Demand##HYPERLINK
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f/content.htm"#Business Event Schedule##HYPERLINK
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f/content.htm"#Business Event Appraisal##HYPERLINK
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f/content.htm"#Business Event Hierarchy##HYPERLINK
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f/content.htm"#Attendance Statistics##HYPERLINK
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f/content.htm"#Business Event Brochure##HYPERLINK
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2/content.htm"#Business Event Information##HYPERLINK
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f/content.htm"#Business Event Dates##HYPERLINK
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f/content.htm"#Resource List per Business Event##HYPERLINK
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f/content.htm"#Resources Not Yet Assigned per Business Event##HYPERLINK
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f/content.htm"#Material Requirements per Business Event# #HYPERLINK
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f/content.htm"#Business Event Prices#ESS- Configuration:Customizing Screen (PTARQ)#
Working Time � Leave Request1) Processing Process#Step-1Create a Rule Groups
Maintain WEBMO Feature assigning the Rule Group#Step-2#Step-3i) Define
Absences/Processing Processes -> This leave types will be appeared in ESS while
raising the leave request.###2) Layout of Web ApplicationStep-1Specify how leave is
displayed.#Step-2Specify Display of Absence Quotas##Working Time � Record Working
TimeStep-1Setup Data Entry Profile##Step-2Select the allowed absence type#CATSDB ->
CATS: Database Table for Time SheetBenefits and Payments -> ClaimsBasic Settings
Step-1##Perquisites: Tax Codes should already been created in Payroll Step-2
Maintain attributes: Customized Fields for Expart Claims: Table Name:
V_T7INFLD_OUTLKRequest Type#Reimursement Type#Customer Field #Field Lable##CL
Claim#ECHR#CUS_FLD3#Payment Mode - INR/USD/GBP##CL Claim#ECUB#CUS_FLD2#Name of the
Club##CL Claim#ECUB#CUS_FLD3#Payment Mode - INR/USD/GBP##CL
Claim#ECUB#CUS_FLD9#Amount Spent##CL Claim#ECUB#JBGDT#From Date##CL
Claim#ECUB#JENDT#To Date##CL Claim#EDSL#CUS_FLD9#Bills Attached (Y/N)##CL
Claim#EGEN#CUS_FLD3#Payment Mode - INR/USD/GBP##CL Claim#EGEN#CUS_FLD9#Amount
Spent##CL Claim#EIDT#CUS_FLD9#Bills Attached (Y/N)##CL Claim#EIMU#CUS_FLD3#Payment
Mode - INR/USD/GBP##CL Claim#EIMU#CUS_FLD9#Amount Spent##CL
Claim#EPME#CUS_FLD2#Name of Membership##CL Claim#EPME#CUS_FLD3#Payment Mode -
INR/USD/GBP##CL Claim#EPME#CUS_FLD4#Membership Cost##CL Claim#EPME#JBGDT#From
Date##CL Claim#EPME#JENDT#To Date##CL Claim#EREF#CUS_FLD3#Payment Mode -
INR/USD/GBP##CL Claim#ERLT#CUS_FLD9#Bills Attached (Y/N)##CL
Claim#ERNR#CUS_FLD3#Payment Mode - INR/USD/GBP##CL Claim#ERNR#FAMSA1#Family
Details##CL Claim#ERNR#OBJPS1#Child##CL Claim#ESHC#CUS_FLD3#Payment Mode -
INR/USD/GBP##CL Claim#ESHC#CUS_FLD9#Amount Spent##CL Claim#ESPE#CUS_FLD3#Payment
Mode - INR/USD/GBP##CL Claim#ESPE#CUS_FLD9#Bills Attached (Y/N)##CL
Claim#ESPR#CUS_FLD3#Payment Mode - INR/USD/GBP##CL Claim#ESPR#CUS_FLD9#Bills
Attached (Y/N)##CL Claim#ESUP#CUS_FLD3#Payment Mode - INR/USD/GBP##CL
Claim#ETEL#CUS_FLD3#Payment Mode - INR/USD/GBP##CL Claim#ETEL#CUS_FLD9#Amount
Spent##CL Claim#ETFE#CUS_FLD3#Payment Mode - INR/USD/GBP##CL
Claim#ETFE#CUS_FLD6#Name of Child##CL Claim#ETFE#CUS_FLD9#Amount Spent##CL
Claim#SCLB#CUS_FLD2#Name of the Club##CL Claim#SCLB#CUS_FLD4#Membership Cost##CL
Claim#SCLB#CUS_FLD9#Bills Attached (Y/N)##CL Claim#SCLB#JBGDT#From Date##CL
Claim#SCLB#JENDT#To Date##CL Claim#SEDD#CUS_FLD1#Course Fee##CL
Claim#SEDD#CUS_FLD5#Name of the Course##CL Claim#SEDD#CUS_FLD9#Bills Attached
(Y/N)##CL Claim#SEDD#JBGDT#Course Start Date##CL Claim#SEDD#JENDT#Course End
Date##CL Claim#SEDO#CUS_FLD1#Course Fee##CL Claim#SEDO#CUS_FLD5#Name of the
Course##CL Claim#SEDO#CUS_FLD9#Bills Attached (Y/N)##CL Claim#SEDO#JBGDT#Course
Start Date##CL Claim#SEDO#JENDT#Course End Date##CL Claim#SGEN#CUS_FLD9#Bills
Attached (Y/N)##CL Claim#SLTA#DESTN#Destination point of Journey##CL
Claim#SLTA#FAMSA1# ##CL
Claim#SLTA#JBGDT#Start Date of Journey##CL Claim#SLTA#JENDT#End Date of Journey##CL
Claim#SLTA#OBJPS1# ##CL
Claim#SLTA#STPNT#Start point of Journey##CL Claim#SLTA#TKTNO#Bills Submitted
Amount##CL Claim#SLTA#TXEMP#Tax Exemption##CL Claim#SPFM#CUS_FLD2#Name of
Membership##CL Claim#SPFM#CUS_FLD4#Membership Cost##CL Claim#SPFM#CUS_FLD9#Bills
Attached (Y/N)##CL Claim#SPFM#JBGDT#From Date##CL Claim#SPFM#JENDT#To Date##CL
Claim#STEL#CUS_FLD7#Telephone No1##CL Claim#STEL#CUS_FLD8#Telephone No2##CL
Claim#STEL#CUS_FLD9#Bills Attached (Y/N)##CL Claim#STEL#JBGDT#From Date##CL
Claim#STEL#JENDT#To Date##Step-3Maintain Approvers:#Step-4Define Approver
Privileges:#Step-5Mapping approver groups to reimbursement types:#Reimbursement
Type SettingsStep-1Maintain attributes for reimbursement types:#Step-2Group
reimbursement types:#Step-3Maintain payment mode for reimbursement types:# Travel
Management:Travel Requests personalized fields on portal front end:TRAVEL
REQUEST###Field description#Changed to#####General Data#Travel details##Start
Date#Start date of trip##End Date#End date of trip##Planned Activity#Trip
type##Location#First Destination#####Fields
removed###Time###Time###Country/Region###Estimated Costs#########My Trips &
Expenses Screen###Tabs kept:###All my travel requests###All my expense
reports######In Edit Advances button:###Fields removed:-###Exchange
rate###Amount###Accounting in######In travel services button:###Fields removed:-
###Credit card information######Screen after 'review'###Fields removed:-
###Summary###credit card info###Travel Expense report:EXPENSE
REPORT####removed##Fields in display only##Schema Selection##All fields to be made
display only##Time####Time####per-deims####Mileage####Edit Advances' - Only the
button################Field description#Changed to###Schema#Type of
trip###########Screen after 'Enter receipts'####Fields removed:-
####Summary####credit card info####Available credit card receipts ' - Only the
button####Scanned receipts' - Only the button########Screen after 'New
entry'####Fields removed:-####Amount####local currency####short
info####confirmed####Origin####country/region####participants####enter
participants####from - to####number########Screen after 'Review'####Fields
removed:-####Entire Summary screen####Configuration Steps:Interface Configuration
for Webdynpro Interface in Travel Management:For ESS Settings for Travel management
go to -> FITVFELD_WEB TcodeActivate Request/Plan/Expense Report in Travel Manager#
Set Up Variable Field Control via Feature TRVFD#3) Schema and Single Field Control
for Web Dynpro#Select the CN Trip Provision variant and after that ---- ###
Features Used for Travel (For ESS):Form Variant for Travel Request: TRVFR#
YFITP_REQUEST_FORM smart form used for travel requestForm Variant for Travel
Planning: TRVFP#Form Variant for Travel Expenses: TRVFETravel Expense Report for
ESS modifications: ZZPTRV_EXPENSE_FORM Smart Form#5) Personal Information:SM 30 ->
Table -> V_T7XSSPERSUBTYPCountry Group#Infotype#Subtype#use case##40#2#
#B1##40#6#1#A1##40#6#4#A2##40#6#5#A2##40#9#0#B1##40#9#1#B3##40#9#2#B2##40#21#1#A1##
40#21#2#A6##40#21#3#A4##40#21#4#A4##40#21#1#A1##40#21#2#A6##BACKGROUND Cairn Energy
India Pty. Limited is one of the leading Oil Exploration and Production Company
with an exciting growth portfolio of assets in India. The parent company Cairn
Energy Plc, located in Edinburgh, Scotland is one of Europe�s largest independent
Oil and Gas companies. The world class oil and gas discoveries in Rajasthan, along
with existing joint venture production in Andhra Pradesh and Gujarat, have the
potential to contribute significantly to India�s growing energy needs. Scenario:
Employee Self ServiceEmployee Self-Service (ESS) enables employees to create,
display, and change their own data in the intranet used at their enterprise. By
enabling employees to access their own data, HR processes are standardized and
simplified. As a result, employees in the Human Resources Department can
concentrate on other tasks of greater strategic importance.Process Group: Process
on ESSWho�s WhoThis feature enables employees to search for other employees in the
organization based on various parameters. The following search fields shall be made
available � Personnel Number (D)First Name, Last NameResidence Telephone Number (D
for all)(M for self)Cubicle Number (D for all)Extension Number (D for all)Office
Email (D for all)Mobile Number (D for all)(M for self)Company CodeEmployee Group
(Search)Employee Sub Group (Search)Personnel Area (Search)Personnel Sub Area
(Search)Position (Designation)Immediate Manager (D)Organization UnitOn ESS other
than employee photograph will not be displayedWHO�S WHO ESS SCREEN:Employee Search:
Who�s WhoChange Own Data#Personal Informationi) Personal detailsEmployees access
the personal details through �Personal Information� tab. The following fields shall
be available � First Name Last NameDate of birth
(Display only)Marital statusMarriage dateii) Address check Employees access the
address data through �Personal Information� tab. The infotype maintained in R/3 is
available for maintenance. The following address types shall be available �
Permanent addressMailing addressEmergency addressOnsite AddressCurrent Locationiii)
Family detailsEmployees access the family data through �Personal Information� tab.
The infotype maintained in R/3 is available for maintenance. The following
relationship types shall be available � Spouse FatherMotherSon Daughter iv) Bank
detailsEmployees access the family data through �Personal Information� tab. The
infotype maintained in R/3 is available for maintenance. Using this link, employee
can change bank key and account number. Bank key will be displayed as a label on
Bank tab page. These will be only salary bank keys.v) Other details � Link to
Infotypes (Suggestion)Infotype 0185 � Personal ID � Subtype - 4 wheeler license
Infotype 0185 � Personal ID � Subtype - PAN Number Infotype 0105 � Communication ID
� Subtype - Personal email idChanges done on any infotype link will update the
changes in R/3PERSONAL INFORMATION ESS SCREEN:#Training and Event ManagementThis
feature enables the employees to view the Training Calendar and make the bookings
(book, cancel, rebook). i) Training centerList of EventsFind EventsBook Events
(Workflow is triggered)Shopping Basketii) My BookingsDisplay BookingsDisplay Status
Participation StatusCancel Booking (Workflow is triggered)Appraise Eventiii)
Training FeedbackOnline Training Feedback link will be available on ESS, where
employee can log on to the ESS and give the feedback of the Training/Course.(The
Training Feedback template for the feedback will be developed in the Backed end
system)TRAINING ESS SCREEN:Training:My BookingsBusiness Event Catalog (Training
Center)# Key Data StructureBooking Priority: To set up a booking priority that is
specially assigned to bookings made using ESS services for Training and Event
Management.Cancelation reason for employee in ESS: This enables you to store
information about the cancellationreason from table T77CAR to be used when an
employee cancels an event booking in the Employee Self-Service My Bookings
(transaction PV8I). Reporting Requirementsi) Training programs attended
Travel ManagementIn the Employee Self-Service application Travel and Expenses,
employees can perform the following tasks:Create travel requestsTravel Request is
sent through workflow to the relevant DOA for approval. (Workflow is configured at
the Backend system R/3)Enter travel expenses for the trip after completion of their
Trip.Now the travel expense report is sent for approval to the Immediate Supervisor
and one copy goes to Finance Administrator.Any charges incurred while
rescheduling / cancellation of travel are captured in the travel expense report by
the travel desk.Process trips for other employees (requires authorization for
Administrator)TRAVEL ESS SCREEN:Travel:Create Travel requestCrate Travel Expense
reportScreen 1:#Screen 2:#Payroll and PaymentsThis process shall be applicable to
the following types of payroll reimbursements:ReimbursementLTA ProcessClub
MembershipMedical ReimbursementTelephone ReimbursementRemote Location Allowance
Educational AssistanceProfessional MembershipOnce an employee selects the
appropriate reimbursement type, a detailed screen will open up. This will have
details like � Bill date, Amount, Family members etc.Employee fills in the
necessary details and submits the claim form. This triggers a mail is sent to the
concerned person/departments. Employee shall take a print of this and submit to the
concerned person/departments and send the intimation. The details of the individual
payments made shall be through payroll.Salary StatementIf current remuneration
statement to be displayed on ESS there is a standard feature available and will be
displayed on ESS in PDF format. If PDF format to be changed like company logo etc
to be displayed on Salary statement the �Z� development to be made in Smart forms
(Z report needs to be developed separately in R/3). Note: Developments on Claims to
be discussedPAYEMENT ESS SCREEN:#Time & Leave ManagementLeave Request:Any leave
approval request will take place through ESS workflow. Employee has to apply for
the leave (preferably in advance). Leave balance will be displayed for information
purpose, which can be used for availing leave.All leave requests go to the superior
and from UWL he/she can approve/reject the approvals.Time Management:Link for Time
Sheet entry would be visible only to the time-writers.Working Time function enables
time-writers to book their working times. Through in-built checks, system can
determine whether they have recorded sufficient working times or not (8.50 hrs /
day. Mon-Fri except for weekends & holidays). Employee would release the Time sheet
and the same goes to the approver through workflow for review / rejection. Time
Sheets are deemed approved if not rejected.Relevant reports can be churned-out by
Finance administrators.Employee should not be able to fill Time Sheets for anyone
else apart from his own Id.Administrators to have authorization to edit time data
for others.WORKING TIME ESS SCREEN:Time ManagementRecord Working TimeLeave
ManagementLeave RequestQuota OverviewLeave Request Approver#Key Data Structure
Message Output to be customizedAppraisal System Process To be decided.Standard
Appraisal Template: #Baseline Training - PayrollMaintenance of Payroll Masterdata
1) Basicpay Infotype 0008STEP ITransaction PA 30In this screen enter OR select the
personnel number in the personnel no. field, and enter 0008 or Basic pay in the
info type field. Then click on the create icon on top of the screen. Then Basic pay
info type screen will appear.STEP IIIn this screen enter the start date in the date
field and select the pay scale group and pay scale level in the respective fields,
Where the Pay scale type and pay scale area are defaulted.Next enter in the Wage
type field, Then automatically all Basic wage components will be defaulted. Enter
the Direct amounts of Wage components in the amount coloum.Indirectamounts of wage
types will be defaulted automatically. Then click on the save icon.2) Recurring
payments & Deductions Info type 0014STEP ITransaction PA 30In this screen enter OR
select the personnel number in the personnel no. field, and enter 0014 in the info
type field. Then click on the create icon on top of the screen. Then Recurring
payments & deductions info type screen will appear.STEP IIIn this Info type screen
enter the start date and End date in the respective fields. Then select the wage
type in the wage type field and enter the amount and unit/number in those fields.
If the selected wage type is valuated indirectly the amount will be defaulted in
the amount column. Then click on the save icon.3) Additional payments Info type
0015 STEP ITransaction PA 30In this screen enter OR select the personnel number in
the personnel no. field, and enter 0015 in the info type field. Then click on the
create icon on top of the screen. Then Additional payments info type screen will
appear.STEP IIIn this Info type screen enter the wage type in the wage type field
and enter the amount in the amount field. Enter the start date of the particular
payment of the month in the Date of origin field. Then save the entries.4) Housing
Infotype 581STEP ITransaction PA 30In this screen enter OR select the personnel
number in the personnel no. field, and enter 0581 in the info type field. Then
click on the create icon on top of the screen. Then Housing Infotype 0580 screen
will appear.STEP IIEnter the date in the start date filed and select the housing
type. Select the City Category and enter the rent amount. Save the entries.The
system dynamically updates the Basic Pay infotype (0008), with respective wagetype
and the amount based on the Housing type selected in IT581. 5) Car and Conveyance
Infotype 0583Transaction PA 30In this screen enter OR select the personnel number
in the personnel no. field, and enter 0583 in the info type field. Then click on
the create icon on top of the screen. Then car and conveyance Infotype 0583 screen
will appear.STEP IIEnter the date in the start date filed and select the conveyance
type. Enter the car details if you selected Car scheme. Save the entries.The system
dynamically updates the Basic Pay infotype (0008), with respective wagetype and the
amount based on the Conveyance type selected in IT583.6) Section 80 Deductions
Infotype 585STEP ITransaction PA 30In this screen enter OR select the personnel
number in the personnel no. field, and enter 0585 in the info type field. Then
click on the create icon on top of the screen. Then Section 80 Deductions info type
screen will appear.STEP IIIn this screen enter the amounts against each sub section
in the proposed contribution or in the actual contribution field he contributions
for the current financial year. The Limit & Tax exemptions and currency of the each
contribution are defaulted. Then save the entries.The tax exemption is calculated
during the payroll run.7) Section 80 C Deductions Infotype 586STEP ITransaction PA
30In this screen enter OR select the personnel number in the personnel no. field,
and enter 0586 in the info type field. Then click on the create icon on top of the
screen. Then Section 80 C deductions info type screen will appear.STEP IIIn this
screen enter the amounts in the proposed investment field or in the actual
investment field in respect of the contributions for the
current financial year. The Limit and currency of the each investment are
defaulted. Then save the entries.The tax rebate is calculated during the payroll
run.8) Provident fund contribution Info type 587STEP ITransaction PA 30In this
screen enter OR select the personnel number in the personnel no. field, and enter
0587 in the info type field. Then click on the create icon on top of the screen.
Then Provident fund contribution info type screen will appear.STEP IIIn this Info
type screen enter the provident fund and Pension Trust ID employee belongs to.
Enter the PF Number & Pension Number of the employee in the fields. Enter the VPF %
in the VPF field if the employee opted for voluntary PF contribution. Basis of
contribution is selected as PF Basis by default.Select the check box �Contribution
towards Pension� and save the entries.PF contribution will deducted from employee
salary during the payroll run.Other statutory Deductions Info type 588Professional
tax (Subtype 0003)STEP ITransaction PA 30In this screen enter OR select the
personnel number in the personnel no. field, and enter 0588 in the info type field
and select the subtype Professional tax in the subtype field. Then click on the
create icon on top of the screen. Then other statutory deductions screen of PTax
will appear.STEP IIIn this screen enter the start date of professional Tax
deduction in the From Field and also select the check box �Eligible for PTax
field�. Then click on save icon.PTax is calculated and deducted during monthly
payroll run. Payroll ProcessSimulation (Test Run):Before you start the payroll run
for all employees, you can run a Pay roll simulation for individual employees. To
do this follow the below path. & procedure.STEP IFrom the SAP Easy Access screen,
choose Human Resources ( Payroll ( Asia/Pacific( India( Payroll Accounting
( Simulation or TC PC00_M40_CALC_SIMUNow Double click on Simulation or Select the
Simulation and Enter. Then Payroll Driver, India Screen will appear.STEP IIIn this
screen first enter the Payroll Area as 26 and select the current period or other
period Radio button depends upon running the payroll.Enter the personnel number and
payroll area in those fields. In the schema field Schema IN00 is defaulted, change
this to ZN00.Select the Display variant remuneration statement field to show the
Remuneration statement. Then click on Execute icon of the top of the screen.STEP
IIIIn the Display Log screen Successful Personnel numbers and Rejected Personnel
numbers will be displayed. If the rejected personnel numbers are displayed, we have
to correct the master data according to the error message. To see the remuneration
statement click on the Display form icon on the top of screen. Then Remuneration
statement will be displayed. Release the payroll:STEP IFrom the SAP Easy Access
screen, choose Human Resources(Payroll(Asia/Pacific( India( Payroll Accounting
( Release payroll or TC PC00_M99_PA03_RELEASTEP IINow Double click on Release
payroll or Select the Release payroll, then specify the payroll area 26 for which
you want to release payroll in popup box confirm the message to continue.Start
payrollSTEP IFrom the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Human Resources( Payroll
Asia/Pacific( India( Payroll Accounting (Start payroll or TC PC00_M40_CALCHere
Double click on Start payroll or Select the Start payroll and enter. Then payroll
Driver, India Screen will appear. STEP IIIn this screen Payroll area, current
period, schema fields are defaulted. Select the check box in the test run field.
Select the Display variant remuneration statement field to see the remuneration
statement Then click on Execute icon of the top of the screen. STEP IIIThe Display
Log screen will appear in the Display Log Screen. Then Select the Form Icon for
Displaying the �PAY SLIP� or Remuneration statement. STEP IVIf no errors in the
Display Log, deselect the check box in the test run field and Execute the payroll
again.The payroll has been run for all P.Nos of the payroll areaReleased for
correctionsSTEP IFrom the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Human Resources (Payroll (
Asia/Pacific( India( Payroll Accounting ( Corrections or TC PC00_M99_PA03_CORR
STEP IIHere Double click on Corrections or Select the corrections and enter to
release for corrections. Now the master data is unlocked for corrections. Then
maintain the required master data in the info types as per the errors displayed in
the Display log. Repeat the process of Release the payroll and Start payroll.
Repeat these steps until payroll has been performed for all personnel numbers
successfully without errors.Check ResultsSTEP IFrom the SAP Easy Access screen,
choose Human Resources Human Resources (Payroll ( India( Payroll Accounting
( Check Results or TC PC00_M99_PA03_CHECK.STEP IIIf any errors are displayed in
the payroll log after executing the payroll, then it should be corrected.Exit
payrollSTEP IFrom the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Human Resources (Payroll
( Asia/Pacific( India( Payroll Accounting ( Exit payroll or PC00_M99_PA03_ENDSTEP
II�Exit Payroll� dialog message appears, confirm the messageWhen you exit payroll,
payroll is finished for all the personnel numbers in the payroll area and the
payroll period is complete. The personnel numbers for the payroll area can be
processed again.
Generation of Statutory ReportsPF Monthly Reports1) Form 5 - Return of Employees
qualifying for membershipSTEP IFrom the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Human
Resources (Payroll ( Asia/ Pacific( India( Subsequent Activities( Per Payroll
period( Legal Reports(Employees Provident fund( Form5, Form10 & From12A( or TC -
PC00_M40_EPFSTEP IIHere Enter the following details:Payroll Area.PeriodPF Trust ID
Report Name as Form 5Select �Execute� button2) Form 10 - Return of Members leaving
the serviceSTEP IFrom the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Human Resources ( Payroll
( Asia/ Pacific( India( Subsequent Activities( Per Payroll period( Legal
Reports(Employees Provident fund( Form5, Form10 & From12A( or TC - PC00_M40_EPF
STEP IIEnter the following:Payroll Area.PeriodPF Trust IDReport Name as Form 10
Select �Execute� button3) Form 12A- Monthly contribution statementSTEP IFrom the
SAP Easy Access screen, choose Human Resources( Payroll (Asia/
Pacific( India( Subsequent Activities( Per Payroll period( Legal Reports(Employees
Provident fund( Form5, Form10 & From12A( or TC - PC00_M40_EPFSTEP IIEnter the
following:Payroll Area.PeriodPF Trust IDReport Name as Form 12ASelect �Execute�
buttonPF Annual Reports1) Form 3A - Contribution Statement For Unexempted
EstablishmentsSTEP IFrom the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Human Resources
(Payroll (Asia/ Pacific( India( Subsequent Activities( Annual ( Legal
Reports(PF(Annual PF Report ( Form 3A , Form 6A ) or TC - PC00_M40_PFYSTEP II
Enter the following:Payroll Area.PF Trust IDYearReport Name FORM3ASelect �Execute�
button2) Form 6A -Consolidated Contribution statementSTEP IFrom the SAP Easy Access
screen, choose Human Resources( Payroll( Asia/ Pacific( India( Subsequent
Activities( Annual ( Legal Reports(PF(Annual PF Report ( Form 3A , Form 6A ) or
TC - PC00_M40_PFYSTEP IIEnter the following:Payroll Area.PeriodPF Trust IDReport
Name as Form 6ASelect �Execute� buttonPension Monthly Reports1) Form #4# #-#
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#A#n#n#e#x#u#r#e# #f#o#r# #T#r#u#s#t wise Detls( or TC - PC00_M40_EPNSTEP IIEnter
the following:Payroll Area.PeriodPF Trust IDReport Name as Form 4Select �Execute�
button2) Form 5 -Return of Members leaving the serviceSTEP IFrom the SAP Easy
Access screen, choose Human Resources (Payroll (Asia/ Pacific( India( Subsequent
Activities( Per Payroll period( Legal Reports(Pension( Form4,Form5 & Form6 with
Annexure for Trust wise Detls( or TC - PC00_M40_EPNSTEP IIEnter the following:
Payroll Area.PeriodPF Trust IDReport Name as Form 5Select �Execute� button3) Form 6
-Monthly contribution statementSTEP IFrom the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Human
Resources ( Payroll (Asia/ Pacific( India( Subsequent Activities( Per Payroll
period( Legal Reports(Pension( Form4,Form5 & Form6 with Annexure for Trust wise
Detls( or TC - PC00_M40_EPNSTEP IIEnter the following:Payroll Area.PeriodPF Trust
IDReport Name - FORM6 1995Select �Execute� buttonPension Annual Reports1) Form 7
(FPF) - Yearly Reports in Detail for Exempted EstablishmentSTEP IFrom the SAP Easy
Access screen, choose Human Resources ( Payroll (Asia/ Pacific( India( Subsequent
Activities( Annual ( Legal Reports(Pension(Annual Pension Reports (Form8, Form 7 )
or TC - PC00_M40_PNYSTEP IIEnter the following:Payroll Area.PF Trust IDYearReport
Name FORM 7(EPF)Select �Execute� button2) Form 8 (FPF) -Yearly Report For Exempted
Establishment - 1971/95STEP IFrom the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Human
Resources (Payroll(Asia/ Pacific( India( Subsequent Activities( Annual ( Legal
Reports(Pension(Annual Pension Reports (Form8, Form 7 ) or TC - PC00_M40_PNYSTEP
IIEnter the following:Payroll Area.PeriodPF Trust IDReport Name as Form 8(FPF)
Select �Execute� buttonProfessional Tax Monthly ReturnSTEP IFrom the SAP Easy
Access screen, choose Human Resources (Payroll(Asia/ Pacific( India( Subsequent
Activities( Per Payroll period( Legal Reports(Professional Tax( Professional Tax
Reports or PC00_M40_PTXSTEP II1) Enter the following:Payroll Area.PeriodPT Group
State /Region2) Select �Execute� buttonForm 16STEP IFrom the SAP Easy Access
screen, choose Human Resources (Payroll(Asia/ Pacific( India( Subsequent
Activities( Annual ( Legal Reports(Income Tax( Form 16 or PC00_M40_F16STEP II1)
Enter the following:Payroll Area.Company codeTaxation YearReport Name FORM3A2)
Select �Execute� buttonForm 24 STEP IFrom the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Human
Resources (Payroll(Asia/ Pacific( India( Subsequent Activities( Annual ( Legal
Reports(Income Tax( Form 24 or PC00_M40_F24STEP II1) Enter the following:Payroll
Area.Company codeTaxation Year2) Select �Execute� buttonFeatures Used In Payroll:
ABKRS##TARIF#LGMST:##40EPF:#40ECS:#40CLM:#16EVA:#40LTR:#40SAN:#40LCM:#40PTX:#40ECC:
#OCEDT:#ALOAN:#EDTIN:#EDPDF:#DTAKT:##PPMOD:#NUMKR:#PINCH:#VDSK1:#PLOGI:#SCHKZ:#
TMSTA:#QUOMO:#PFREQ:#Monthly Payroll-Run- End User manual:Simulation Run Payroll�We
can simulate payroll for individual employees before performing the regular payroll
run for all the employees in an enterprise.If we have made any changes to an
employee�s master data, which may lead to far-reaching changes in his or her
payroll results, stimulation comes into play.In this way, we can recognize sources
of errors in time to make corrections before the regular payroll run. We can even
simulate payroll for individual employees at any time during the regular payroll
process, in order to trace the cause of any errors.A simulation run corresponds to
a regular payroll run with the following restrictions:The results of a simulated
payroll run are not saved on the data base. We can view and print the results in
the payroll log. The system does not lock any master data. The current payroll
period in the payroll control record is not changed. The steps Release payroll and
Exit payroll do not apply.Simulation of PayrollPath:- From the SAP Easy Access
screen, choose Human Resources ( Payroll ( Asia / Pacific ( India( Payroll
Accounting( Payroll Simulation in the SAP menu. Screenshot:######After entering the
above details, click �Execute� # button. Then, payroll schema will run payroll and
displays the Payroll Log and Pay slip. Enter the necessary data and choose
�Execute� # button.We can access the initial screen of the payroll program. The
Test Run (No Update) indicator is set and cannot be changed. Releasing
Payroll�#HYPERLINK "JavaScript:locate.Click()"###This is to release the Payroll
Area to enable the Payroll Driver to run payroll. When we release payroll system
automatically increase the payroll period by 1 from the existing payroll period.
Path:-From the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Human Resources ( Payroll
(Asia/Pacific ( India( Payroll Accounting( Release Payroll in the SAP menu.
Screenshot:#2. Choose Yes.We can run payroll for this payroll area.The system has
increased the period number in the payroll control record for the payroll area by
1. The payroll control record is used to lock the personnel numbers in the payroll
area for changes to the master and time data reflecting the past and present.Start
Payroll (Live Payroll)We have released the payroll area or areas for which we want
to run payroll.Path:-From the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Human Resources
( Payroll ( Asia / Pacific ( India( Payroll Accounting( Start Payroll in the SAP
menu. We can access the selection screen of the payroll program as shown in the
Step Simulation Payroll.Enter the data required.The current period indicator is set
in the Payroll period group. Depending on the payroll area specified, the system
reads the current period from the payroll control record.If we flag Display log, we
get a detailed payroll log after the payroll run.The Test run (no update) indicator
must not be flagged because otherwise the system will not save the payroll results.
Choose Program Execute # button.The system performs payroll (usually in the
background). If errors occur, we will get a list with the relevant error messages
after payroll.Use the error messages to check whether personnel numbers have been
rejected or not selected.If personnel numbers are rejected or not selected, we must
not exit the payroll program. We must correct the master and time data (Infotype)
for the relevant employee and finally perform a correction run.Displaying the
Payroll LogThe payroll log gives us clear and detailed information on the payroll
run and its results. It is divided into different levels that we can display
depending on the amount of detail required.The General data level gives information
on the processed data and shows the payroll schema used by the system. The
Successful personnel numbers and Rejected personnel numbers include processing of
the schema for each personnel numberNavigation in the log tree.To display lower
levels, click on the structure node belonging to the level that we wish to open. To
display all levels behind a higher level, place the cursor on the relevant level
and choose Expand. Old logIf we use customer functions with their own logs, we can
display these logs by clicking on the Old log pushbutton.If Payroll is running
retroactively, for any employee, we can display the details of Retro Active results
Screenshot:####Correcting Payroll-Relevant Master and Time Data�#HYPERLINK
"JavaScript:locate.Click()"###When we run payroll occurrence of in error is
possible. To complete the payroll run successfully, it is necessary to correct the
master data of the employee.Path:-From the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Human
Resources ( Payroll ( Asia / Pacific ( India( Payroll Accounting( Corrections in
the SAP menu. Screenshot:#Choose YesThe system sets the payroll status for the
payroll area to Released for correction. Master and time data processing for the
personnel numbers in the payroll area has been released again.Choose Human
resources ( Personnel management ( Administration( HR master data ( Maintain. (PA
30)Correct the relevant infotypes.Running Payroll�for Error P.NosNow, we have
released the payroll area or areas for which we want to run payroll.From the SAP
Easy Access screen, choose Human Resources ( Payroll ( Asia / Pacific
( India( Payroll Accounting( Start Payroll in the SAP menu. We access the selection
screen of the payroll program as shown in the step Simulation PayrollEnter the data
required.The current period indicator is set in the Payroll period group. Depending
on the payroll area specified, the system reads the current period from the payroll
control record.If we flag the Display log, we get a detailed after the payroll run
The Test run (no update) indicator must not be flagged because otherwise the system
will not save the payroll results.Choose �Program Execute� # button.The system
performs payroll (usually in the background). If errors occur, we will get a list
with the relevant error messages after payroll.Use the error messages to check
whether personnel numbers have been rejected or not selected.Simulating a Posting
Run�#HYPERLINK "JavaScript:locate.Click()"###We recommend that we simulate a
posting run both before and after completing (Exit Payroll) payroll. In this way,
we can recognize posting-relevant errors in the payroll results early on, and avoid
errors when creating a live posting run.We can repeat simulation of posting runs as
often as we require, as this does not, unlike creating a live posting run, lead to
the payroll results being selected.Note: - The detailed explanation has been
provided in the section posting to Accounts User Manual.Exiting Payroll�#HYPERLINK
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tions#, have run payroll for all the employees of the Payroll Area with out errors.
Path:-From the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Human Resources ( Payroll
(Asia/Pacific ( India(Payroll Accounting(Exit Payroll, form the SAP menu.
Screenshot:#Choose YesWhen we exit payroll, payroll is finished for all the
personnel numbers in the payroll area and the payroll period is complete.If we want
to exit the payroll run for several payroll areas, it is easier to use the payroll
control record. To do so, proceed as when releasing several payroll areas.If we
exit payroll using the payroll control record, we can simultaneously change the
earliest possible retroactive accounting period for the relevant payroll area. As
long as we have not performed the payroll run without errors, it is not suggestible
to change the earliest possible retroactive accounting period. For this reason, we
can only make entries in this field in the payroll control record after we have
chosen End of payroll and before we save the payroll control record.Display Payroll
Results�#HYPERLINK "JavaScript:locate.Click()"###We can use report
H99_DISPLAY_PAYRESULT (Display Payroll Results) to display the payroll results for
one or several personnel numbers. Path:-From the SAP Easy Access screen, choose
Human Resources ( Payroll (Asia/Pacific ( India( utilities(Cluster display from the
SAP menu. Screenshot:##Enter the personnel numbersThe symbol in the Results column
shows if there are results available in the selected period.Results exist (Green
Symbol)No results exist (Red Symbol)We have no authorization to display results
(Grey colour Symbol)If the current personnel number is no longer selected (for
example because we selected a column), we can renew the selection by choosing
Update Result.Overview of all the payroll results for a personnel number (cluster
CU)Overview of Tables for a Payroll Result We have displayed the payroll results
for a personnel number. If we want to display the tables for a payroll result,
select this payroll result and choose Display Overview. The system displays the
overview of all tables of the payroll result that are relevant to the country of
the employee, and the number of entries per table. Remuneration StatementIn the
Remuneration Statement, SAP R/3 lists amounts and information for the employee per
payroll period. This includes, for example:Gross amount (for example, payments)
Net amount (for example, after deductions) Outgoing payment (for example,
bank transfer) Additional information (for
example, organizational assignment, leave, notes to the employee)We can access the
Pay slip, directly while running payroll, using Payroll Driver.After Payroll run
and exiting the payroll run, we can generate the Remuneration Statement.Path:From
the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Human Resources ( Payroll (Asia/Pacific
( India(Payroll Accounting(Remuneration Statement, from the SAP menu. Screenshot:
###Enter the details as mentioned and Chose �Execute� # button.The Remuneration
statement will appear as shown in the following screenshot.#Double-clicking on a
sub-schema will take you to the maintenance screen for that schema.Double-clicking
on any of the rules (PCR's) will take you to the rule editor. You can tell the
difference between sub-schemas a rules by looking at the parameters. The name of
the sub-schema can be found in the Par 1 column. The main schema generally calls
all the different sub-schemas. The sub-schemas will then call the payroll rules. In
most cases, when a rule is called, there will be parameters in the Par 2 or Par 3
columns.In the main, most sub-schemas are called by the "copy" command.Schemas,
rules and features in SAP use the following line editor commands. This allows you
to move, delete, copy and insert lines. All the commands are entered in the area
used for the line numbers. Overwrite any of the numbers with the commands shown
below. For the commands using 1 letter - hit the return key once you have entered
the letter. For the commands using 2 letters - hit the return key after the first 2
letters have been entered or after both sets have been entered.The most commonly
used commands are:Line Command#Description##D#Deletes a line##I#Inserts a
line##M#Moves a line##C#Copies a line##DD #Indicates the start of a block to be
deleted##DD #Indicates the end of a block to be deleted##CC #Indicates the start of
a block to be copied##CC #Indicates the end of a block to be copied##MM #Indicates
the start of a block to be moved##MM #Indicates the end of a block to be
moved##Once you have chosen the block to move or copy, you need to show where to
move or copy it to in the schema. The following commands indicate where you can
copy or move the lines to.Line Command#Description##A#Places the block after the
chosen line##B#Places the block before the chosen line##Remember when calling the
PCR from the schema: GEN means that the #HYPERLINK "http://www.sd-
solutions.com/SAP-Payroll-Wagetypes.html"#wagetype# is **** i.e. you haven't
specified one and NOAB means that it will look at any EE Sub-Grouping. If you want
the rule to use specific wage types or groupings, then leave either blank.Use the
print option and VAR (PAR 2) in the schema to output the variable table during
processing.Position is very important for schemas. Look to see where a similar
piece of processing has taken place. If in doubt, place the rule after the similar
data has been read and processed.Commonly used Functions
Function#Description##PIT#Process Input Table##PRT#Process Results
Table##COPY#Calls a schema placed in PAR1.##BLOCK#Defines the start and end of a
nested node##IF/ELSE/ENDIF#The schema is processed if the condition is
fulfilled##Pxxx#Processes the information held in infotype xxxx.##ACTIO#Actio calls
a PCR. It is processed, irrespective of whether the wage type exists or
not.##Commonly used ParametersParameter#Description##GEN#Process any wage
type##9000#Processes only wage type 9000##NOAB #Process for any EE sub-group
groupings##1 #Processes the rule only for EE sub-group grouping of 1##Payroll PCR's
#HYPERLINK "http://www.sd-solutions.com/SAP-HR-Trans-codes.html"#Transaction Code#:
PE02Menu Path: Human Resources #Payroll #Europe #Great Britain #Tools #Maintenance
Tools #RulesCommonly used operations in payroll configuration
Operation#Description##* #This covers all the remaining entries not already
specified. If you leave the line blank for the operation then the WT is dropped.
Remember you always have to have an option for * in your PCR. ##ADDCU #Cumulates
the wage type into the relevant cumulation (/101...) and valuation(/201...) wage
types ##ADDNA * #From the IT, Number and Amt are cumulated into the OT. Blank is OT
whilst E refers to the RT. ##ADDNA 4067 #Current Num and Amt are added in to wage
type 4067. ##ADDWSE9N03 #This operation is very similar to ADDWT. The only
difference is that it writes the value to table V0 as well ##ADDWSI* #Store the
current wage type in the IT. ##ADDWT * #Store wage type in IT/OT ##ADDWT 1103 #All
the current values for amt, num and rte are added to the values that are currently
held in wt 1103 ##ADDWT&T #Adds the current wage type to the variable table as T -
which can be used at a later stage ##ADDWTA* #The values in the wage type are
copied to the previous employer table VAG - called in the rules XDPI, XDPR & XDPT
##ADDWTC* #The values in the current wage type are added into the CRT ##ADDWTC/101
#The values in the current wage type are added into the CRT for the technical wage
type /101 ##ADDWTD* #The values in the current wage type are added into the
Difference table DT ##ADDWTD/551 #The values in the current wage type are added
into the difference table DT for the technical wage type /551 ##ADDWTD/APO #Add the
current wage type to the difference table (DT) ##ADDWTE #Store amount in Results
Table (RT) - difference with line below ##ADDWTE* #Add the current wage type to the
results table RT ##ADDWTE/101 #Add the current wage type to the results table as
/101 ##ADDWTH/201 #Add the current wage type to the old results table (ORT) as wage
type /201 ##ADDWTI* #Add the current wage type to the input table IT ##ADDWTI/101
#The values in the current wage type are added into the input table IT for the
technical wage type /101 ##ADDWTL* #Add the current wage type to the results table
last payroll (LRT) ##ADDWTN #Used in XLON ##ADDWTN/LRP #(Loans - XLON) ##ADDWTW
#Add the current wage type to the wage maintenance table ##AMT- 9023 #Subtract
amount field from wage type 9023 from Table IT (if wage type 9023 is available.)
##AMT%33.33 #Multiply the amount by 33.33% ##AMT%KSAPRO #Multiply the amount by the
value SAPRO held in table T511k ##AMT-& T #Amount minus the value held in variable
T ##AMT*-1 #Amount multiplied by negative 1 ##AMT*12 #Multiply amount by 12
##AMT*KGENAU #Multiply the amount by the constant GENAU held in table T511k. GENAU
is used to factor up by 4 or 5 factors of 10 to avoid the issue of errors caused by
rounding. ##AMT-.04 #Subtract 0.4 from the amount field ##AMT/2 #Divide the amount
by 2 ##AMT/KGENAU #Divide the amount by the factor GENAU held in the constants
table T511k ##AMT/KPKWPR #Amount divided by the constant PKWRP held in table T511K
##AMT/KZF001 #Amount is divided by constant ZF001 from table T511K ##AMT? *
#Compare the value held in the amount field for all wage types ##AMT? /GPY #Compare
the value held in the amount field for wage type /GPY ##AMT?& ZAPR #Compare the
value held in the amount field against the constant ZAPR ##AMT?0 #Compare the value
held in the amount field against 0 ##AMT?E /167 #Compare the amount against the
value of the amount held in the results table RT for wage type /167 ##AMT?IGRUEB
#Compare the current amount against the limit held for the bank transfer ##AMT+
/564 #Add the amount from wage type /564 from the IT ##AMT+ 0001 #Add amount field
from wage type 0001 from Table IT (if wage type 0001 is available.) ##AMT+ 9013
#Add amount field from wage type 9013 from Table IT (if wage type 9013 is
available.) ##AMT+& ZSAP #Add the value held in the variable ZSAP to the amount for
the current wage type being processed ##AMT+E 910B #Add the current amount to the
RT and place in wage type 910B ##AMT+O /ZPO #Add Amt from wage type /ZPO into VORT
(Summarised ORT) ##AMT< /562 #Checks whether the currently held amount is less that
that held in the wage type /562 ##AMT= * #This sets the amount = zero for the wage
type in question ##AMT= /111 #Store the value in the amount field of wage type /111
in the amount field of wage type 2110 ##AMT= 1000 #Store the value in the amount
field of wage type 1000 in the amount field of wage type 2110 ##AMT= BETRG #Let the
amount equal the value held in the BETRG (amount) field for the wage type in
question ##AMT= PKWWR #Reset the amount on wage type xxxx to that held in the value
for KWWR held in T511K ##AMT= PLANS #Sets the amount = position number ##AMT=& /426
#Set the amt = amt held on technical WT /426 ##AMT=& TASA #Reset the amount on wage
type xxxx to that held in the temporary wage type TASA ##AMT=0 #Let the amount
equal zero ##AMT=A * #The amount is set to the value held in the table VAG -
previous employee data ##AMT=E * #Lets the Amt = the Amt held for the current wage
type in the RT ##AMT=E /167 #Lets the Amt = the Amt held for technical wage type
/167 in the RT ##AMT=KSAPLR #Set the amount = the value SAPLR held in table T511k
##AMT=L * #Lets the Amt = the Amt held for the current wage type in the LRT - last
result table ##AMT=L /561 #Lets the Amt = the Amt held for the wage type /561 in
the LRT - last result table ##AMT=N /LBB #Add the amount value in technical loan
wage type /LBB (loan balance) to specific loan balance wage type ##AMT=N /LOP #Add
the amount value in technical loan wage type /LOP (loan payment) to specific loan
payment wage type ##AMT=N /LRP #Add the amount value in technical loan wage type
/LRP (loan repayment) to specific loan repayment wage type ##AMT=Q /GPY #Lets the
Amt = the Amt held for the wage type /561 in the OCRT - old cumulative result table
##AMT=ZERO #Reduce the value in the amount field to zero ##AMT>* #"Maximum
formation: The greater value of * and the current value of the AMT field is
determined and written to the current AMT field." ##AMT-1 #Multiply the amount by
-1 - I think this should be subtract 1 from the amt ##AMT50 #If the amount field
value is smaller than 50, it is retained. Otherwise it is set at 50 (forming a
minimum amount). ##AMT-E /167 #Subtract the Amt value held in the RT for /167 from
the currently stored amount ##AMT-K43301 #Take the value held against payroll
constant 43301 from the annual salary ##AMT-O /167 #Subtract the Amt value held in
the ORT for /167 from the currently stored amount ##AMT-R 9019 #Amt for the current
wage type less the value held in the RT for 9019 (Results wage types using exact
splits) ##AMTS /564 #Subtraction to zero - the value cannot be less than zero.
##AMTS* #Subtraction to 0 (not negative) for the current wage type ##AMTS* 9013
#Subtraction to 0 (not negative). Current wage type less 9013 ##AMTSE 9043
#Subtraction to 0 (not negative). Current wage type less Amt held in the RT for
wage type 9043 ##BTREC /558 #"Sets the recipient data for bank transfers. Can only
be run after bank transfer data has been read from an infotype. Data on wage type
and amount are transferred from the current fields (OT) and retained in the
transfer table together with data on the recipient of the record last read."
##CMPER 0510 #Compares the current amount with that held for period 10 in year 05.
##D #Expect a decision in this line ##D AMT?0 #The amount field value is compared
with 0, and the result ('>', '=' or '<') is placed in the variable key. ##D VWTCL
01 #Make a decision on processing class 01 ##DIVID ANR #Divide the amount by the
number and store the result in the rate field ##DIVID ARA #Divide the value in
amount field by the value in the rate field and put the result in the amount field
##DIVID ARR #Divide the amount by the rate and store the answer in the rate for the
wagetype ##DIVID NRN #Divide the number by the rate and store the answer in the
number field ##ELIMI * #Eliminate all splits ##ELIMI A #Eliminate splits - work
center period (WPBP) ##ELIMI K #Eliminate splits - cost accounting ##ELIMI KTX
#Eliminate the splits for cost accounting, alternative payments and variable
assignment ##ELIMI R #Eliminate splits - employee sub-group grouping for PCRs
##ELIMI T #Eliminate splits - alternative payments (ALP) ##ELIMI U #Eliminate
splits - bank transfer (BT) ##ELIMI X #Eliminate splits - variable assignment
##ELIMI Y #Eliminate splits - absence assignment ##ELIMI Z #Eliminate splits - time
unit ##ERROR #Processing terminates for the current employee ##FILLF A #Restore the
original values for the amount - i.e. The values that were held for the amount
field in the WT before any processing in this rule ##FILLF N #Restore the original
values for the number - i.e. The values that were held for the number field in the
WT before any processing in this rule ##FILLF NRA #Restore the original values for
the number, rate and amount - i.e. The values that were held for the number, rate
and amount fields in the WT before any processing in this rule ##FILLF R #Restore
the original values for the rate - i.e. The values that were held in the WT before
any processing in this rule ##GBVRT #"GB specific processing of AWE operation GB
specific operation to overwrite the average RATE of wage type /MAE in table RT in
case of a retro calculation." ##GCY ZUM2 #Call PCR ZUM2 ##GCYGXALQ #Calls PCR XALQ
for all wage types - sets wage type to **** ##GEWRT #Elimination of WPBP split in
the RT ##GSXP2 #New Changes Across End of Year solution active for GBSXP phase 2
##GSXPD #Check on Implementation Date of AVERA for SxP AWE. Called in GG70 and
ensures that the old and new technical wage types for averages don't both exist.
##LRTST Y #Evaluates the status of the LRT table. Processing is only continued if
the previous month falls in the current year. ##MEANV 01 #Calculation of averages
for 01 (from table T511A) ##MEANVG03 #Calcualation of averages for 03 (from table
T511A) - not sure what the G implies ##MESSGxxxxx #Can use a 5 character message.
Comes up whether the log is turned on or off. Can be used as a customised error
message. ##MODIF 1=02 #Sets the modifier for Wage type generation (T510S) to 02 as
the employee grouping ##MODIF 2=01 #Sets the modifier for Constant valuations
(T510J) to 01 as the employee grouping ##MODIF A=01 #Sets the modifier for the
absence valuation rule (T544C) to 01 ##MULTI ANN #Multiply the amount by the number
and store as the number field for the wage type ##MULTI NRA #Multiply the value in
number field by the value in the rate field and put the result in the amount field
##NEXTR #Process the next line. Placing an * in the last column in the operation
column has the same effect as "nextr". Remember to put a letter or number in the
next line under the NL column. ##NEXTR A #Continuation line. A...Z followed by
0...9 Don't forget to put in the letter following the NEXTR in the continuation
line of the next line. ##NEXTR B #Continuation line. A...Z followed by 0...9 Don't
forget to put in the letter following the NEXTR in the continuation line of the
next line. ##NUM* BSGRD #Multiply the value in the number field by the value held
against the capacity utilization level on infotype 0008 ##NUM*1.5 #Multiply the
value in the number field by 1.5 ##NUM/100 #Divide the value in the number field by
100 ##NUM?0 #Test the value in the number field against 0 ##NUM+ 3710 #Add the
value in the number field of wage type 3710 to the number field in the WT being
processed ##NUM+& ZNIL #Adds the number held in the temporary variable ZNIL to the
currently held value for the number ##NUM+39 #Add a value of 39 to the number field
##NUM+C 3000 #Add to the NUM value from wage type 3000 held in the CRT table - to
the NUM value of the WT being processed ##NUM+E /852 #Adds the number held in
technical wage type /852 to the currently held value for the number ##NUM+TSAP**
#Adds the number from the partial period parameter for the paid absence measured in
working hours for xx is the sum of all paid absences (totalled over all classes)
##NUM= 3000 #Set the current NUM to the value held in wage type 3000 ##NUM= ANZHL
#Transfers the value of the ANZHL field to the number field. ##NUM= BWGRL #Sets the
number equal to the valuation basis per hour ##NUM= EMPCT #NUM = Capacity
utilization level from P0007 (called record layout fields in SAP Help) ##NUM= PLANS
#Sets the number equal to the position number of the employee ##NUM= STDAZ #Sets
the number equal to the number of hours taken from IT 0007 ##NUM=& ZSHF #Sets the
number equal to the number held in the temporary variable ZSHF ##NUM=0 #Set the
number field to zero ##NUM=39 #Store 39 in the number field ##NUM=BJRSTD #Sets the
number equal to the position number of the employee ##NUM=BTGSTD #Sets the number
equal to the daily hours worked by the employee ##NUM=BWOSTD #Sets the number equal
to the weekly hours worked by the employee ##NUM=E /SSP #Set the NUM = the value of
/SSP held in the results table ##NUM=GSDIVP #Sets the number equal to the working
hours for the employee for the entire payroll period ##NUM=GSSOLL #Set the number =
planned working time measured in working hours taken from the work schedule rule
##NUM=TSAU** #See part period parameter help (function PARTT) ##NUM=TSAX** #See
part period parameter help (function PARTT) ##NUM=TSDIVI #See part period parameter
help (function PARTT) ##NUM=WOSTD #See part period parameter help (function PARTT)
##NUM=YCURPP #Set the NUM = current payroll period (?) ##NUM-51 #Reduce the hours
held in the number field by 51 ##NUM-E /845 #Take away the number for technical
wage type /845 held in the RT from the currently held number ##NUM-TSDIVP #Current
value in the number field less the total working time measured in working hours
taken from the total working time in payroll accounting period ##OPIND #Evaluates
operation indicator - used immediately after a database record has been read.
Multiplies by -1. ##OUTWPABART #Load Work Center and Basic Pay Data - payroll area
##OUTWPCTYMO #Load Work Center and Basic Pay Data - country modifier ##OUTWPPAYSB
#Decide which payroll accounting area the employee is in ##OUTWPPERSB #Load Work
Center and Basic Pay Data - employee sub-group ##OUTWPPERSG #Load Work Center and
Basic Pay Data - employee group ##OUTWPPLANT #Load Work Center and Basic Pay Data -
personnel area ##OUTWPPLTSC #Load Work Center and Basic Pay Data - personnel sub-
area ##OUTWPSHIFT #Load Work Center and Basic Pay Data - shift indicator
##OUTWPTRFAR #Load Work Center and Basic Pay Data - pay scale type ##OUTWPWWEEK
#Load Work Center and Basic Pay Data - working week from IT 0007 ##PCY X05D* #Runs
PCR X05D for all employee subgroup groupings ##PCY X93B #Runs PCR X93B ##PPPAR A
#Reads part period parameters: leavers during payroll period ##PPPAR B #Reads part
period parameters: paid absences during payroll period ##PPPAR E #Reads part period
parameters: new joiners during payroll period ##PPPAR F #Reads part period
parameters: leavers on the first day of the next payroll period ##PPPAR P #Reads
part period parameters: if the time unit for the payroll area is different to the
time unit for the pay scale type and area ##PPPAR R #Reads part period parameters:
is the employee is in an active work centre? ##PPPAR S #Reads part period
parameters: basic pay changes during payroll period ##PPPAR U #Reads part period
parameters: for unpaid absences in the period ##PRINT #Prints the IT ##PRINT& WTG
#Prints WTG from the variable table ##PRINTC #Prints the contents of the CRT
##PRINTE #Prints the contents of the RT ##PRINTL #Prints out the contents of the
old results table (LRT) ##PRINTO #Prints the summarised ORT (VORT) ##R #Employee
work centre is inactive, therefore do nothing ##R51P1?10N #You want to know if
there is an entry in table T51P1 with indicator 10 for the current IT wage type. If
an entry is found, processing should be continued. ##R51P1=01R #You want to read
the entry in table T51P1 with indicator 01 for the current IT wage type, and store
it in the OT table. If an entry is found it should be rejected ##R51P6A #"Operation
R51P6 reads an entry from table T51P6. This table determines the characteristics of
the deduction wage types. The value of the arrears characteristic should be placed
in the variable key." ##RE510T #Read Pay Scale Table - group and level ##RESET *
#Sets the splits back up again - has the opposite effect to the ELIMI * operation.
##RESET 1 #Resets the first national split (/SI) ##RESET AR #Resets the amount and
the rate - is the opposite of ELIMI. Reset * - resets all the split indicators.
Give the meaning of all the other variables elsewhere in the document. ##RESET KR
#Resets the cost accounting and employee subgroup grouping values ##RESET R #Resets
R - is the opposite of ELIMI - resets the employee subgroup groupings for the
employee ##RETRO #Checks if the payroll run is a retroactive accounting run ##ROUND
#Rounds off the AMT field - see SAP help for specifics ##ROUND 005 #Rounds the AMT
field up so that it is divisible by 005 ##ROUND +100 #Rounds the AMT field to the
next available number ##ROUNDA #Rounds off the NUM field - see SAP help for
specifics ##ROUNDB #Rounds off the RTE field - see SAP help for specifics ##ROUNDG
#Rounds off the AMT field - see SAP help for specifics ##RTE%33.33 #Multiply the
value held in the rate by 33.33% - so effectively multiply by .3333 ##RTE-& HALF
#Subtract the value held in the constant HALF from the rate ##RTE* BSGRD #Multiply
the value held in the rate by the capacity utilization level field on infotype 0008
##RTE*-1 #Multiply the rate by negative 1 - effectively switch the sign for the
value ##RTE*100 #Multiply percentage held in rate field by 100 ##RTE*KGENAU
#Multiply the rate by the constant GENAU held in table T511k ##RTE*KGENAU #Multiply
the value in the rate field by the payroll constant GENAU (10,000). ##RTE/100 #Rate
divide by 100 ##RTE/GKDIVI #RTE/ total working time in calendar days ##RTE/TADIVI
#RTE/ total working time in working days ##RTE/TASOLL #RTE/ planned working time
measured in work days ##RTE/TKDIVI #RTE/ Total working time measured in calendar
days ##RTE/TSDIVI #Divide the value in the rate field by the worked hours for pay
period being processed. ##RTE/TSDIVP #RTE/ total working time measured in working
hours ##RTE?& VLBS #Check to see how the current rate compares against the value
held in the temporary variable VLBS ##RTE?0 #Check to see how the current rate
compares against a value of zero ##RTE+ 1001 #Adds the rate held in wage type 1001
to the currently held rate ##RTE+& MM #Adds the rate held in the variable MM to the
currently held rate ##RTE+* #Adds the current rate to the IT ##RTE+100.00 #Adds a
value of 100 to the currently held rate ##RTE+BBETRG #Add the amount from table to
the currently held rate ##RTE+TKAU10 #Add the unpaid absences measured in calendar
days for counting class 10 from table T554C ##RTE= 1001 #Set the rate equal to the
value held in the rate field for wage type 1001 ##RTE= BETRG #Set the rate equal to
the amount ##RTE= BSGRD #Set the rate equal to the capacity utilization level held
on infotype 0008 ##RTE= BWGRL #Sets the rate equal to the valuation basis per hour
##RTE=& AB #Sets the rate equal to the value held in the temporary variable AB
##RTE=0 #Set the rate field to zero ##RTE=10000 #Store 10000 in the rate field of
wage type xxxx ##RTE=BBETRG #Set the rate equal to the amount pulled from the table
##RTE=BWOSTD #Sets the RTE equal to the weekly hours worked by the employee
##RTE=GKSOLL #Set the rate as the planned calendar days ##RTE=K30551 #Store the
value held against payroll constant 30551 in table T511 in the rate field of wage
type xxxx ##RTE=KGENAU #RTE set to the value of GENAU from table T511K (default set
at 10 000) ##RTE=TADIVP #RTE = Total working time measured in working days
##RTE=TASOLL #RTE = planned working time measured in work days ##RTE=TKDIVI #RTE =
Total working time measured in calendar days ##RTE=TKSOLL #Store the planned
calendar days in the rate field of the wage type being processed ##RTE=TSAU07 #RTE
= unpaid absence measured in working hours for counting class 07 ##RTE=TSDIVP #RTE
= total working time measured in working hours ##RTE=TSSOLL #RTE = planned working
time measured in working hours ##RTE=ZERO #Reduce the value in the amount field to
zero ##RTE-GKAU** #Rate subtract the part period unpaid absences in calendar days
for all unpaid absences (totalled over all absence counting classes) ##RTE-TAAU**
#Rate subtract the part period unpaid absences in working days for all unpaid
absences (totalled over all absence counting
classes) ##RTE-TKAU** #Take away any unpaid absence, in calendar days, from the
current rate (totalled over all absence counting classes) ##RTE-TKAU20 #Take away
any unpaid absence, in calendar days, from the current rate (for absence counting
class 20) ##RTE-TSAU** #Take away any unpaid absence, in worked hours, from the
currently held rate (totalled over all absence counting classes) ##SCOND=F IF #The
condition for function IF is false ##SCOND=T AL #Set condition for Function LPBEG
when the condition is true ##SCOND=T IF #The condition for function IF is true
##SCOND=T IF #The condition for function IF is true ##SETIN A=01 #Set the work
center - basic pay split for the wage type as 01 ##SETIN R=1 #Set the ESG for PCR
as 1 ##SETIN X=NX #You want to set X with number 01 as a variable split; the number
of the split is to be increased by 1 by every call. ##STATU 2P #Status field 2
which is valid at the start of the in-period is entered in the variable key.
##SUBRC?SET #The return code set in the second example must be evaluated. ##SUBRC=0
#The internal return code is set to the value 0 ##SUBWT * #Subtracts the current
wage type - effectively changing the sign of the NRA. ##SUBWT 1025 #Subtracts the
current wage type (signs change) and stores it as 1025. ##SUBWT&ZREG #Subtracts the
current wage type and stores it as a temporary variable ZREG. ##SUBWTD* #Subtracts
the current wage type (sign change) of the NRA in the difference table (DT)
##SUBWTD/551 #Subtracts the current wage type and stores it in the difference table
(DT) as a temporary variable ZREG. ##SUBWTE #Flicks the sign for NRA of the
currently processed wage type and stores it in the RT ##SUBWTE* #Subtracts the
current wage type (sign change) of the NRA and stores in the results table (RT)
##SUBWTE/121 #Flicks the sign for NRA of the currently processed wage type and
stores it in the RT as technical wage type /121 ##SUBWTI* #Flicks the sign for NRA
of the currently processed wage type and stores it in the input table (IT)
##SUBWTI/101 #Flicks the sign for NRA of the currently processed wage type and
stores it in the input table (IT) as technical wage type /101 ##TABLE 503 #Table
query on employee groupings / areas ##TABLE 508A #Table query on shifts / time
groups ##TABLE 510P #Table query on premium table ##TABLE 512W #Table query on
valuation of wage types ##TABLE 528B #Table query on positions table in PA
##TABLEALP #Table query on the Alternative Payments table ##TABLEP0014 #Table query
on data held in infotype 0014 - recurring payments and deductions ##TABLEP0015
#Table query on data held in infotype 0015 - additional payments ##VAKEYALZNR
#Place in the variable key - Y/N alternative payment ##VAKEYAUFKZ #Place in the
variable key - extra pay indicator for overtime ##VAKEYBNKSA #Place in the variable
key - variable keys are held in a certain table ##VAKEYBNKSA #Place in the variable
key - type of bank details P0009 ##VAKEYLGART #Store in the variable key the wage
type ##VAKEYLNCLS #Place in the variable key - loan type ##VAKEYLNTPY #Place in the
variable key - loan type P0045 ##VAKEYLNTYP #Place in the variable key - loan type
P0045 ##VAKEYPAYTY #Place in the variable key - payroll type ##VAKEYPRAKN #Place in
the variable key - premium indicator time ITs ##VAKEYTGRLE #Place in the variable
key - variable key is filled out based on the values in the TRFGR and TRFST fields
from the current PZ record ##VAKEYVERSL #Place in the variable key - clearing key
for overtime ##VAKEYZEINH #Place in the variable key - time unit ##VAKEYZLSCH
#Place in the variable key - payment key for bank transfers ##VALBS? #The system
checks to see whether a valuation base exists ##VALBS?0 #The system checks if a
valuation basis is for the current wage type in table T512W. (That the "0" line of
view V_T512_B is read). ##VALBS0 #The current wage type is evaluated with the
valuation basis that is entered for the current wage type itself. (That is, the "0"
line of view V_512W_B). ##VALBS0 * #The system multiplies an entry that already
exists in the RTE field for the current wage type with the percentage rate from a
line 0 of view V_512W and then replaces the wage type names of the current wage
type with the name of the wage type from the same line in V_512W. ##VALBS0 B #Same
as VALBS0 * with the exception that the data from infotype 2010 is used. ##VALBS1
#Replaces the current wage type with the statement wage type that is entered in
table T512W for the second wage type derived from the current wage type, and then
you want to valuate this using the corresponding valuation basis. ##VALEN 2 #Sets
the length of the variable key to 2 ##VALEN 3 #Sets the length of the variable key
to 3 ##VAOFF 2 #Variable offset - set here to 2. The system with then ignores the
first 2 digits. ##VARGBINDBW #Place the table field "indicator for indirect
valuation" in the variable key ##VARGBPRAKN #Place the table field "premium number"
in the variable key ##VARGBTRFKZ #Place the table field "ES grouping for collective
agreement provision" in the variable key ##VWTCL 64 #Interrogate processing class
64 ##WGTYP? #Usually part of a decision - where the wage type is queried ##WGTYP=*
#Passes through the wage type as unchanged ##WPALL?LAST #Decide if employee has had
a pay change in pay period & if the one being processed is the last ##WPBPC
#Operation WPBPC distributes the amount of the current wage type to the active WPBP
periods in the payroll period. ##WPBPCW #This operation splits the amounts but does
not distribute them to the different periods ##Z #Expect to call another PCR in
this line ##ZERO= AN #Sets the AMT and NUM to zero ##ZERO= RNA #Set the values for
the rate, number and amount equal to zero ##ZERO=& ABCD #Initialises the variable
ABCD ##ZERO=NRA #Sets the NUM RTE and AMT to zero ##Wishing to retrieve previous
payroll period results to be used in a PCR?You can do so by using the operation
IMPRE with parameter NN (NN periods before current payroll period). Also have a
look at the documentation of IMPRE.An example in using this operation is as follows
(reading the period 6 months ago):D ZERO = NRA IMPRE 6 SUBRC?IMP *0 AMT = O
1001SETIN A=01SETIN R=3 ZERO= NR ADDWTI1001########################################
##Customized- SCHEMA�S:#INAL:#INAP:#INEI:#INLN:#YNC0:#ZNNC:#SAP Overview 1. Explain
the structure of the client/server framework. 2. Project Implementation Tools1.
What is the IMG? 2. What is a project IMG? 3. Basics of Human Resources1. What are
the most important processes supported in Human Resources (HR)?2. What are the most
important structures in HR? 3. What is meant by Employee Self-Service? 4. What ways
are there to select an Infotype? 5. How do you hire a new employee? 6. Which steps
make up the payroll process? 7. Why is there a cross-application time sheet?
What are the possible target components?8. What is the purpose of time evaluation?
9. Which reporting tools do you know of? 10. How is the recruitment component
integrated with the other HR components? 11. What is an applicant action? 12. What
is the difference between qualifications and requirements? 13. What is the
difference between career planning and succession planning? What is a
development plan? 14. Describe the day-to-day activities in Training and Event
Management. 15. What is the appraisal system component used for? 16. What are the
main functions of Compensation Management? 17. What personnel cost planning methods
are there in SAP HR? 18. Which Infotypes do you need to implement Travel
Management? 4. Organizational Management 1. What are plan versions used for? 2.
What are the basic object types? 3. What is the difference between a job and a
position? 4. What is the difference between an organizational unit and a work
center?5. Where can you maintain relationships between objects? 6. What are the
main areas of the Organization and Staffing user interfaces? 7. What is Expert Mode
used for? 8. Can you create cost centers in Expert Mode? 9. Can you assign people
to jobs in Expert Mode? 10. Can you use the organizational structure to create a
matrix organization? 11. In general structure maintenance, is it possible to
represent the legal entity of organizational units? 12. What is the
Object Infotype (1000) used for? 13. What is the Relationships Infotype (1001) used
for? 14. Which status can Infotypes in the Organizational Management component
have? 15. What is an evaluation path? 16. What is Managers Desktop used for? 17. Is
it possible to set up new evaluation paths in Customizing? 18. Which situations
require new evaluation paths? 19. How do you set up integration between Personnel
Administration and Organizational Management? 5. Master Data 1. Which
elements make up the enterprise structure? 2. Which elements make up the personnel
structure? 3. Which elements make up the organizational structure? 4. Which
criteria play a role in establishing these structures? 5. Which control features
are controlled using the personnel subarea? 6. Which control features are
controlled using the employee subgroup? 7. What is a payroll area? 8. What is an
Infotype? 9. Which criteria determine payroll areas? 10. What is the organizational
key used for? 11. In which Infotype are administrators defined? 12. Why are
administrators defined? 13. What can features be used for? 14. What is the
connection between Planned Working Time (Infotype 7) and Basic Pay
(Infotype 8)? 15. Which ways are there to define default values for the pay scale
area and pay scale type? 16. What is the employee subgroup grouping for collective
agreement provisions used for? 17. Where are pay scale groups and pay scale levels
defined? 18.
How are wage types created in the SAP R/3 system? 19. Can all wage types be
entered into all Infotypes? 20. What does the input permissibility of a wage type
depend upon? 21. What is the personnel subarea grouping for primary wage types used
for?22. What is the employee subgroup grouping for primary wage types used for? 23.
What ways are there to valuate wage types? Where are wage type valuations defined?
24. How can you evaluate wage types indirectly? 25. How can you define default wage
types for the Basic Pay Infotype? 26. What ways are there to perform pay scale
reassignments? 27. What ways are there to perform standard pay increases? 28. What
is the difference between the simple and extended pay increases? 29. Can several
personnel actions be performed on the same day? 30. What is the Additional Actions
Infotype used for? 31. If an employee leaves the enterprise, are all Infotypes
delimited? 32. Which control options do you have for Customizing when configuring
Infotypes? 33. Can a screen in HR data consist of several Infotypes? 34. Which ways
are there to modify screens in Customizing? 35. What is an Infotype menu and what
is its purpose? 36. What is an info group? What is a personnel action? 37. How can
a personnel action change the status feature of an employee in Infotype 0000? 38.
How are personnel actions and dynamic actions linked? 6. Authorizations 1. What is
a role and what is it made up of? 2. How are the authorizations in a role
maintained? 3. Are authorization objects or profiles assigned to users? 4. Which
authorization object can you use to control an employee�s access to his or her own
personal data? 5. What are the main advantages of the Profile Generator? 6.
Can roles and their authorization profiles be assigned to a user for a limited time
period? 7. How do you create structural profiles? 7. Payroll 1. How does the system
know when to trigger retroactive accounting for a particular employee? 2.
How is the earliest retroactive accounting date determined for an employee? 3. What
is the payroll control record used for? 4. Is the exact date of the payroll period
for an employee determined by the payroll area or the payroll control
record? 5. What activities are possible when the payroll control record is set to
�Released for Payroll�? 6. Is it possible to branch directly from the payroll log
to master data and time data maintenance? 7. What is Matchcode W used for?
8. What effect does grouping employee subgroups have on personnel calculation
rules? 9. Can you evaluate payroll results using SAP Query/Ad Hoc Query? 10. What
steps are required to post payroll results to Accounting? 11. Can a posting run be
deleted? 12. Where do you specify whether an employee is paid in cash or whether
the money is transferred to a bank account? 8. Time Data 1. What are the
basic concepts for recording time data? 2. What steps are required to set up work
schedules? 3. Can you define your own public holidays? 4. How do you define which
public holiday calendar is valid for an employee? 5. Which characteristics does a
public holiday class blank have?6. Is there an employee subgroup grouping for daily
work schedules? 7. What is a variant of a daily work schedule? 8. Is there an
employee subgroup grouping for time quotas? 9. What ways are there to define breaks
within a break schedule? 10. Which characteristics does a daily work schedule with
daily work schedule class 1 have? 11. Which elements make up a period work
schedule? 12. Which characteristic does a day with day type 1 have? 13. Which ways
are there of representing part-time work in the SAP R/3 system? 14. Which ways are
there of representing substitutions in the SAP R/3 system? 15. What is the
difference between absences (Infotype 2001) and attendances (Infotype
2002)? 16. What is an absence quota? Give examples. 17. What is the difference
between a validity interval and a deduction interval for time quotas? 18. You need
to deduct an absence from a quota. Which Customizing settings are required? 19.
Should a quota be assigned directly to an absence? 20. What is the remuneration
Infotype used for? 21. What are counting rules used for? 22. Can you set up default
values to create absence quotas? 23. Can you generate absence quotas? 24. What is
the schema TQTA used for? 25. What ways are there of entering information for
Controlling when recording time data in the Time Management Infotypes?
9. Reporting in Human Resources Management 1. Which reporting tools are available
in Human Resources Management? 2. Is the Business Information Warehouse part of the
SAP R/3 system? 3. What is HIS? 4. Where do you find standard reports in HR? 5. Can
you also evaluate cross-client data with standard reports? 6. Can customer-specific
reports be incorporated in the Managers Desktop? 7. What is a logical database used
for? 8. Which logical databases exist in HR? 9. What is a user group, what is an
infoset and how are the two related? 10. What is a field group? Give examples from
HR. 11. What are selection and output fields? 12. What can an Ad Hoc Query be used
for? 13. What are the steps for configuring an SAP Query? 14. What are payroll
Infotypes used for? E-Recruitment Configuration GuideContents# TOC \o "1-3" \h
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PAGEREF _Toc257905671 \h ##90###1. System PrerequisitesRequired ComponentsSoftware
Component ERECRUIT 604SAP NetWeaver 7.0, Enhancement Package 1Enterprise PortalTREX
7.00.48.00 or higher. Alternately, TREX 7.10 can be used from
EhP4 onwards. TREX 7.10 does not support Oracle platform, supports only
Linux and Windows based systems.ADS (Adobe Document Server) � for certain
functionality such as data OverviewsSAP NetWeaver Virus Scan Interface (NW-VSI)
compatible software, optionalAdobe Forms 8.1ERP 6.0 EhP4 (Manager Involvement)
Latest versions of ERecruitingInstall Enhancement Package 4,Activate Business
Function HCM, SAP E-Recruiting 2 - HCM_ERC_CI_2 (Transaction SWF5).
Pre-requisite for business function HCM_ERC_CI_2:Activate business function HCM,
SAP E-Recruiting 1- HCM_ERC_CI_1Activate business function HCM, SAP E-Recruiting
Search Functions 1 - HCM_ERC_SES_1Portal Content for SAP EhP4 for SAP ERP 6.0
Business Package Name Software Component Version RoleBP for
Recruiter BP ERP RECRUITER 1.40 RecruiterBP for E-Recruiting
Admin. BP ERP RECRUITING ADMIN 1.40 E-Recruiting AdministratorTo
install portal content (Business Packages) for E-Recruiting, you must install the
following product instances and software components.Product instance SAP NW - EP
Core is required as a basis. As part of SAP ERP 6.0 SAP NW � EP Core based on SAP
NetWeaver 7.0 � Usage Type Application Server Java. As of enhancement package 4 for
SAP ERP, the usage type is available on enhancement package 1 for SAP NetWeaver.
Always refer to the latest version of the Master Guide - SAP enhancement package 4
for SAP ERP 6.0 which contains important information about the installation
sequence and the components to be installed. It links to all other documents that
are required for the implementation of a specific scenario. (#HYPERLINK
"http://service.sap.com/erp-inst"#http://service.sap.com/erp-inst#). User
AdministrationIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Technical Settings -> User
AdministrationDescription: This IMG activity is used for creation and maintenance
of ERecruiting specific users, roles and User categories. The
logical sequence is �Creation of authorization profiles/rolesCreation of
ERecruiting specific special usersAssignment of authorization profiles to reference
usersAssignment of reference users to each ERecruiting end user in SU01.Optionally,
grouping the internal end users in user categories.#2.1. Creation of Authorisation
Profiles IMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Technical Settings -> User
Administration -> Create User ProfilesTransaction: PFCGAll ERecruiting specific
standard roles have prefix as �SAP_RCF�.Copy the standard roles provided by SAP to
custom roles. This is done to keep the standard roles untouched and refer at a
later stage in case of issues in the custom roles. We have configured the roles
with prefix as �ZER�.#We are using roles ZER_RECRUITER_EHP4 and
ZER_BUSINESS_ADMIN_EHP4 for recruiter and administrator respectively instead of
roles ZER_BUSINESS_ADMINISTRATOR and ZER_RECRUITER which become obsolete on
activation of WebDynpro versions in EhP4.2.2. Creation of Special usersIMG
Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Technical Settings ->
User Administration -> Create Special UsersTransaction: SU01Users can be grouped
in 3 categories:Reference usersCommunication UsersService UsersSystem users
Reference users are used as templates for assigning security authorizations. They
are not dialog users but are assigned to dialog users. The dialog users inherit all
authorizations of the assigned reference user.Communication users are used for
remote communication between 2 systems. These are not dialog users and must be used
purely for communication purposes in the system.In ERecruiting framework,
communication users are used for connecting ERecruiting system and the Content
Server.Service Users enables system access for unnamed users. In e-recruiting these
are used for unregistered candidates (e.g., RCF_UNREG). Certain BSP/Webdynpro
services are accessible to candidates who are not registered applicants. For such
services, the service user RCF_UNREG is assigned against username in transaction
SICF. This eliminates the need to key in username password when the service is
instantiated on the internet.System UsersSystem users are required during the
execution of specific SAP processes. ERecruiting requires system users in the form
of workflow user WF-BATCH. All background workflow tasks are executed using the WF-
BATCH id.Special users do not exist in the standard system. They need to be
created.Reference User#User Type#Role to be assigned#Role Description##
RCF_ADMIN#Reference#ZER_BUSINESS_ADMIN_EHP4#Administrator##
RCF_CONTENT#Communication#ZER_CONTENT_SERVER#Access to Search Engine##
RCF_CAND_EXT#Reference#ZER_EXTERNAL_CANDIDATE#External Candidate##
RCF_CAND_INT#Reference#ZER_INTERNAL_CANDIDATE#Internal Candidate##
RCF_MANAGER#Reference#ZER_MANAGER#Manager##
RCF_RECRUIT#Reference#ZER_RECRUITER_EHP4#Recruiter##
RCF_REQUEST#Reference#ZER_REQUISITION_REQUESTER#Requester (not used)##
RCF_TC#Reference#ZER_TALENT_CONSULTANT#Talent Consultant (not used)##
RCF_UNREG#Service#ZER_UNREGISTERED_CANDIDATE#Unregistered Candidate## Creation of
Sample Reference User RCF_CAND_INT is shown below:Go to SU01, enter RCF_CAND_INT in
User field and click the New icon.#Enter the required details.#Select the User Type
as �Reference�. Also enter the password. For reference users, once the password is
set, it shows a �Deactivated� status as shown below:#Assign the custom internal
candidate role created in the above step.#Similarly, create other reference users.
2.3. Define Roles in ERecruitingIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Technical
Settings -> User Administration -> Create Special UsersView: T77RCF_ROLEHere we map
the special users against the user categories to be used.#The reference users need
to have exactly same name as above. In case of a requirement which demands a
different reference username, the names in the �Reference User� column should be
updated accordingly.3. Business Partner ConfigurationThe component SAP Business
Partner enables you to create and manage business partners centrally. You can
create a business partner in different business partner roles, and during the
course of the business relationship the business partner can assume other business
partner roles. No new data has to be created each time, meaning that redundant data
creation and retention is avoided, and there can be no inconsistencies.#In E-
Recruiting, the Business Partner concept is used for maintaining personal data of
all entities involved (candidates -> employees -> candidates) and for the addresses
of the various branches of your company. IMG Path: SPRO -> IMG ->Cross Application
Components -> SAP Business Partner#
3.1. Define Business Partner RolesIMG Path : SPRO -> Cross-Application
Components -> SAP Business Partner -> Business Partner -> Basic Settings
-> Business Partner Roles -> Define BP RolesView Cluster: BUPA_TB003Description :
In this IMG activity, you define business partner roles and its attributes. These
attributes show effect in transaction BP used for business
partner maintenance.#The roles that need to be configured are:1. BUP0032. RCFAGY3.
RCFBRA4. RCFVENBUP003#To configure, choose the row and click on the detail icon #.
The fields that need to be entered for each role are:1. BP Role Cat.2. Std.
Assignment BP Role �> BP Role Cat.3. BP View#The values in these fields should be:
1. BP Role Cat. � Same as BP Role (in this case, BUP003)2. Std. Assignment BP Role
�> BP Role Cat. � Should be Checked.3. BP View - Same as BP RoleFollow the same
procedure for remaining business partner roles.3.2. Define Number Ranges for
Business PartnersIMG Path : SPRO -> Cross Application Components -> SAP
Business Partner -> Business Partner -> Basic Settings ->
Number Ranges and Groupings -> Define Number RangesTransaction: BUCFDescription :
Here, you maintain the number ranges for business partners. Two number ranges, one
each for internal and external number range should be defined. The external
number range is required for business partners transferred
from external systems.No changes are required here. We are using the SAP delivered
standard settings.#Ensure that the current number is set to 0. #3.3. Define
Groupings and Assign Number RangesIMG Path : SPRO -> Cross Application
Components -> SAP Business Partner -> Business Partner -> Basic
Settings -> Number Ranges and Groups -> Define Groupings and Assign Number Ranges.
View : V_TB001Description: The number range grouping determines the number
range to be used during business partner number generation.#
Standard SAP delivered settings are used. No changes required.3.4. Address
DeterminationIMG Path: SPRO -> IMG -> Cross Application Components -> SAP Business
Partner -> Business Partner -> Basic Settings -> Address
Determination Description: Address determination describes the procedure with which
the system identifies the business partner address that is
used in a particular business transaction. The following
steps are carried out consecutively until an address is found: 1. If there
is a fixed address for a particular object (e.g. contract account in FI-CA) and
this address still exists, it is used. 2. If an address
type is assigned to the BP role in the implementation guide (IMG), and at least
one address usage for it has been created, the standard usage for this
address type will be used. 3. In all other cases,
the standard address of the business partner is used.# Define TransactionsXXDFLT is
the standard SAP delivered entry. No changes are required.# Define Address Types:
XXDEFAULT is the standard SAP delivered entry. No changes are required.#Assign
Transaction to Address Type:Assign the address type XXDEFAULT to transaction
XXDFLT.#3.5. Forms of AddressIMG Path : SPRO -> IMG -> Cross Application
Components -> SAP Business Partner -> Business Partner -> Basic
Settings -> Forms of Address.View : V_TSAD3Description: In this node, you
maintain the forms of address for business partners.#These entries should be in
line with the forms-of-address of Personnel Administration. 3.6. Data OriginIMG
Path : SPRO -> IMG -> Cross Application Components -> SAP Business Partner ->
Business Partner -> Basic Settings -> Data Origin
View : V_TB005Description: The data origin type determines how the
business partner data comes into the system.#Add the entry 0004 as shown below:#
3.7. Name Formatting RulesIMG Path : SPRO -> IMG -> Cross Application
Components -> SAP Business Partner -> Business Partner ->
Persons -> Maintain Name Formatting RulesView Cluster: NAMEFORMATDescription : For
business partners that belong to the category 'natural persons' the name components
are stored in several different fields. Country-specific rules can be applied to
format the name components. If you do not state any specific rule, the standard
setting applies.#We will be using Country �IN� and Format as �01�.#The components
of this name format are organized as �<Form of address> <first name> <middle
initial> <last name>#Position should be in numeric integers. The order given in the
"Position" determines how the name of the business partner (candidate) will be
concatenated in the system.#3.8. Marital StatusIMG Path: SPRO -> IMG -> Cross
Application Components -> SAP Business Partner -> Business
Partner -> Persons -> Marital Statuses -> Maintain Marital StatusView :
TB027Description: Here you maintain the marital statuses for business partners#This
completes the E Recruitment related configuration of Business Partners4. Workflow
Configuration4.1. Workflow Auto-CustomizingTransaction: SWU3Description : The
activities performed in this transaction must be executed so that workflows can be
executed. It provides a runtime environment to all workflows in the client.
Important: The user performing auto-customizing must have SAP_ALL authorizations
and must belong to SUPER user group.#Click �Configure RFC Destination� and click ##
The user WF-BATCH, if does not exist, is auto created with same authorizations as
the current user. Enter the password and click #.Now, click the main node in the
tree �Maintain Runtime Environment� and click # Generate.The tree now appears as
below:#To activate individual nodes, click on the node and press #.Similarly,
execute all the nodes. Finally the status should be as follows:##The node �Check
Entries from HR Control Tables� will initially show the following error.#To
eliminate the errors, execute the report RHSOBJCH. Execution of the report will
yield following kind of output.#Select all the entries and click �Adjust�. Exit the
report and try re-executing it. Output should look as below:#Now refresh/execute
the �Check Entries from HR Control Tables� node in SWU3. It should have # against
it.4.2. Activate Event LinkagesIMG Path : SAP E-Recruiting -> Technical Settings
-> WorkflowDescription: This node lists all the ERecruiting workflows that can be
activated and used. Activation of these workflows is optional
and should be strictly need basis.#Activation Procedure: To activate the workflow
for Candidate�s request to delete Registration, execute the node �Workflow after
Candidate�s Request to Delete Registration�.#Click �Activate event linking�.#Click
the �Detail View� icon under the �Details� column.#Check mark �Event linkage
activated�, if unchecked and Save.#The event linkage overview screen shows the
activation status of the workflow indicated by green icon �# Activated. Activate
all other required workflows in a similar manner.5. Search Engine ConfigurationThe
Search Engine in ERecruiting contains 2 main sub-divisions:1. Full Text Search2.
Attribute based searchIn general, we differentiate between 3 search types:Full-text
search for documentsFull-text search for objects2.1. Attribute based search for
objectsFor documents (for example, the creation of a candidate), the data is
unstructured. For unstructured data, a KPRO index is used. KPRO index is accessible
from transaction SKPR07.For objects, the data is structured. In other words, the
data from the infotypes of the HR objects to be indexed is extracted and
transferred to the SES framework. In TREX, an SES object index exists for each
business object. The SES indexes can either be accessed from SPRO IMG or using
transaction SES_ADMIN.If you perform a full-text search, the system always performs
a full-text search for objects. At the same time, the system performs a full-text
search for documents - if there are attachments and you want to search for them
too. During the Attribute-based search, the system only searches for objects.#5.1.
Set up Indices of SES ObjectIMG Path: SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Technical
Settings -> Search Engine -> Set up Indices of SES ObjectTransaction: SES_ADMINThis
step focuses on Attribute based Search for Objects. The standard system contains
the following objects.Business object#Short description##ERC_CAND#SES business
object Candidate##ERC_CDCY#SES business object Candidacy##ERC_REQ#SES business
object Requisition##EXT_POST#SES business object External Publication##INT_POER#SES
business object Internal Publication##This node starts the transaction SES_ADMIN.
Initially there will be no indexes created. #Index can be created using the menu
item: Index -> Create/Activate Indexes#A dialog box with existing indexable objects
pops up. Select the relevant object and continue. It should be noted that the
objects should be selected one at a time, not multiple entries simultaneously.We
select object EXT_POST of object type NC.#The index as shown below has been created
for object NC.#This index should be created for other object types also. Below is
the complete sequence of steps to be followed.Create the object index for
EXT_POST/NC.Create the object index for INT_POER/NC.Create the object index for
ERC_REQ/NB.Create the object index for AES_DOC/00000100.Create the object index for
ERC_CAND/NA. When you create this index, the system issues an error message since
you still cannot
create the join index. Ignore this message.Create the object index for
ERC_CDCY/NE. When you create this index, the system creates the corresponding
relation index.Create the relation index for ERC_CAND/NA.Now the indexes are
created but documents are yet to be indexed. For indexing the documents, we have to
start the full indexing for each of the indexes which will physically send the
documents corresponding to each object for indexing.But before that we have to
execute program RCF_SES_JOIN_INDEX_CREATE. You can use this program to add further
information to the join indexes. Join indexes contain Meta information about the
relationships between business objects. This program should always be executed when
you delete or re-create one or several indexes.Once the join index is created we
should perform the full indexing for all the ERecruiting specific objects. #Select
the objects in the same sequence in which they were created and click Index
Immediately.In the pop-up that follows, select Full (full indexing) only for the
first run of indexing. Every subsequent time, Delta (delta indexing) should be
used. Full indexing indexes all the documents corresponding to the selected object.
Delta indexing selects only the new documents since last run for indexing.Although,
selecting Full indexing for subsequent runs would do harm to the system, when the
number and size of documents on the content server increase full indexing would
definitely take longer time for execution and may put load on the system#When
indexing is in progress, the program shows Active status.#The status is Completed
once the indexing is done. #Once the status displayed is Active for all the indexes
created, Attribute based search for objects can be successfully performed from the
portal.The SES object based search can be tested using program
COM_SE_SEARCH_IIF_TEST.You may face a situation in future where the index becomes
corrupt or the indexing accidently stops working due to some hardware or
compatibility related issues. In such situations, you may be required to delete one
or more existing indexes. Index can be deleted using menu path: Index -> Delete
Index.#Click Yes on the pop-up that follows. This will delete the respective index.
You can then re-create it.
5.2. Set up Access to DocumentsIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Technical
Settings -> Search Engine -> Set Up Access to DocumentsTransaction: SICFIn this
Customizing activity, you set up access to the CONTENTSERVER service of the SAP
ERecruiting system. This enables users to access documents of the document area
HR_KW (Document Storage for HR Objects). Attachments, search profiles, and so on,
are stored in this document repository.##This service, if deactivated, should be
activated by right clicking the node and clicking Activate Service.5.3. Initialize
KPRO DirectoryIMG Path: SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Technical Settings -> Search
Engine -> Initialize KPro Directory Structure for SAP E-Recruiting
This node simply executes a program that does the necessary initializations w.r.t.
KPro. Care should be taken that during the execution of this program, the
RCF_PERIODIC_SERVICES program is not being executed.5.4. Activate IndexingIMG Path:
SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Technical Settings -> Search Engine -> Activate
IndexingView: V_SDOKIDSP#Here, you select the document area HR_KW for KPRO indexing
by checking the Index release checkbox. Indexing is required to enable the search
engine to search the search profiles. The column Search Srv should contain the
search server relation Id which will be created in the next step. We have created
EREC as the search server relation.Note: HR_KW is the Document storage for HR
objects.5.5. Check SettingsIMG Path: SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Technical Settings
-> Search Engine -> Check SettingsTransaction: SKPR07This transaction is used for
creating TREX KPro index to be used for free-text-based search. KPro index creation
consists of following steps:Search Server Relation creationIndex Category creation
Trigger indexing. #Search Server relation creation:IMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-
Recruiting -> Technical Settings -> Search Engine -> Check Settings -> SSR Monitor
Transaction: SRMODescription : The SSR is created to connect KPro and TREX search
engine using RFC connection. We specify the search engine type
and name of the RFC connection.#Click on the Create SSR button to create Search
Server Relation.#Enter required name for SSR identification and click Create SSR.#
DRFUZZY is the search Engine to be used by ERecruiting. Standard recommendation.
TREX_Q50 is the RFC Connection created in SM59 connecting SAP backend (KPro) with
TREX engine.The newly created SSR is now visible in the list of SSRs. To set this
SSR as default select the entry and click Set SSR as default.#Index Category
Creation and Document Indexing:IMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Technical
Settings -> Search Engine -> Check SettingsTransaction: SKPR07The index category
can be created from the section Mass Actions of transaction SKPR07. Uncheck Limited
to selected language indicator.Select Document Area indexing areaCreate Index
category by clicking Re-Index button. This will create a unique index category
which can be viewed by F4 on Index Category field.#The index category in F4 list
looks as below.#Once the index category has been created, the documents can now be
sent for indexing.The Index/De-index section of SKPR07 can be used for document
indexing.#Trigger Process will index the documents in the foreground. However,
indexing needs to be scheduled on a periodic basis. Program RCF_PERIODICAL_SERVICES
can be scheduled for indexing.Status of document indexing can be viewed from
transaction TREX_ADMIN.5. Periodic services5.1. Define Periodic Services#Here, you
specify services in the system that can be performed periodically. To do so, you
assign each service a class containing instructions on how to perform the service.#
A range of periodic services are delivered in the standard system that are required
for the search within E-Recruiting. The search engine TREX (Text Retrieval and
Information Extraction) does not search using the operational data, but rather
using search profiles. These are an extract of the operational data. To keep the
database up-to-date for the search, the search profiles must be updated
periodically. For the same reason, the documents that are included for the full-
text search and the search profiles must be indexed from time to time and
communicated to the search engine TREX. This indexing is performed by TREX and is
prepared and activated using the service INDEX_DOCUMENTS.
.2. Activate Periodic ServicesHere you activate the relevant periodic services for
each client from the available list of periodic services. Errors that occur while
performing a service are written to the application log and can be analyzed by the
administrator.#5.3. Determine Rules from Periodic ServicesIn this activity, you set
up attributes that influence a periodic service according to your requirements.For
Example: When a candidate decides to De-register or when the requisition status is
set to �To be deleted�, these objects are not permanently deleted but are stored in
database buffer for specific period. This time period is determined by the field
�Attribute Value� in the below table.#5.4. Schedule Background Process for Periodic
ServicesSchedule the report RCF_PERIODICAL_SERVICES as a periodic background
process. This report automatically executes the services specified in �Active
Periodic Services� table as specified above. Choose a period between 10 and 30
minutes to ensure the search results are up-to-date5.5. BADI�s ActivationBAdi:
HRALE00SPLIT_INBOUNDImplementation: HR_INB_PROCESS_IDOC.The BAdI must be
implemented for SAP E-Recruiting so that the data of the Person object (object type
P) may be used exclusively in the E-Recruiting application.This BAdi is executed
during ALE transfer when the data from IDoc needs to be used for module-specific
conversions or processing.BAdi: HRALE00INBOUND_IDOC.Implementation:
HRRCF00_DELETE_SPREL.This BAdi deletes all S-P relationships between positions and
persons from the inbound IDocs.#6. SAP ECC IntegrationIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-
Recruiting -> Technical Settings -> SAP ERP Central Component (ECC) Integration
Description: This IMG node describes the activities to be performed in HR and
ERecruiting systems under various system scenarios i.e. HR and
ERecruiting are on same instance HR and ERecruiting are on separate instances.We
have HR and Recruitment both on same instance.#The HR system is the main system for
the following employee data. The data of an employee is processed using Personnel
Management (personnel actions, master data). Changes to the data in the following
infotypes are then reconciled with SAP E-Recruiting.Actions (0000)Organizational
Assignment (0001)Personal Data (0002)Addresses (0006)Communication (0105)
Qualifications (1001, subtype 032)Data Reconciliation between HR Master Data and
ERecruiting DataInitial Data Conversion (One time activity)Every user of the
ERecruiting system, internal or external, has the Candidate object NA associated to
it. The NA object is connected to Business partner object BP via, Central Person
object CP.To get access to ERecruitment specific applications, services and to work
on ERecruitment portal without errors, HR Master Data needs to be integrated with
Business Partner data i.e., each internal user has to be translated in terms of
ERecruiting objects. Report � HRALXSYNC � is used for the initial data conversion.
Pre-requisite � Maintain the following entry in table T77S0.GRPID SEMID GSVAL
TEXTHRALX OBPON ON Integraion O-BP ActiveThis report enables you to run a
consistency check for the integration of HR Master Data and Business Partner data.
If not all data exists for the business partner, you can first synchronize data.
When synchronization is run for organizational units, the basic data (name,
description) and the address data is included; When synchronization is run for
central persons, bank information is included in addition to the basic data and
address data.#You can restrict the employees to be synchronized based on various
selection criteria as shown above.We are using Central Person object for
synchronization. Execution of the program will display the status of data updating.
#Green Signal � Business Partner data is consistent with HR object data.Yellow
Signal � Business Partner exists but data is not consistent with HR object data.Red
Signal � Business Partner does not exist or data is incomplete.In case the record
as shown above shows status in Yellow or Red, select the entry as shown below and
click Start Repair. #The program then tries to correct the error and if
unsuccessful, displays the error or if successful shows either a warning or no
message.#This process has to be done for all employees or central persons once
initially.Refer the following section for auto data synchronization of newly hired
employees and changes to existing employees to be replicated in business partner
tables on a continual basis.Synchronous Data Conversion (Subsequent Data Update)
With the synchronization, the data is written automatically to SAP E-Recruiting
after changes have been made using HR standard transactions (for example, PA30,
PA40, maintaining the qualification profile).Activate the following Business Add-
ins for activating synchronous data conversion.BAdI Definition Name = HRSYNC_PBAdI
implementation = CONV_HR_DATA_TO_ERECDescription: Conversion of Employee's HR Data
in E-Recruiting. The BADI is executed every time changes are
done to HR master data using PA30, PA40 or other master data transactions.BAdI
Definition Name = HRBAS00INFTYBAdI implementation = HRRCF00_STORE_HRQUAL
Description: Updating of HR Qualifications in E-Recruiting Infotype 51057. Basic
Settings7.1. Determine Languages AvailableIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting ->
Basic Settings -> Determine Languages AvailableDescription:Here you specify which
languages are supported in SAP E-Recruiting. You can perform searches only in the
languages stored here.You can save attachments in these languages only.You can
enter texts in questions and questionnaires in these languages only. A separate tab
page is available for each language to enter the texts.You can enter job postings
in these languages only. A tab page is available for each language to enter texts.#
7.2. Define Enterprise StructureIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Basic
Settings -> Enterprise StructureDescription: Here you define the companies, the
branches for the companies and assign the branches to the company.7.2.1.
Define CompanyIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Basic Settings ->
Enterprise Structure -> Define CompanyTable : T77RCF_COMPANYDescription:
In this Customizing activity, you define the individual independent companies in
your business concern. You can differentiate your application processes on the
basis of the companies. This enables different companies to #HYPERLINK
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te forms for correspondence activities#, for example.#7.2.2. Define BranchesIMG
Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Basic Settings -> Enterprise Structure ->
Define and Assign Branches To CompaniesTransaction: BPDescription : A
branch can be defined by creating a business partner with role as RCFAGY i.e.
Agency.#7.2.2. Assign Branches to CompaniesIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting
-> Basic Settings -> Enterprise Structure -> Define and Assign Branches To
CompaniesTransaction: V77RCFBRANCHCOMPDescription : Here you assign the branches
created in the above step to Holding companies.#Attachment TypesDefine Attachment
TypesIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Basic Settings -> Attachment Types
-> Define Attachment TypesTable : T77RCF_ATTTYPE_TDescription: Define the
attachment types that should be available in ERecruiting. Attachment types specify
the thematic content of attachments, for example resume, job posting, reference.#
Determine Use of Attachment TypesIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Basic
Settings -> Attachment Types -> Determine Use of Attachment TypesView
: V_7RCF_ATTTYPE_UDescription:Determine which attachment types are possible for an
HR object type. For example, attachment type Resume is possible for Candidate (NA)
object type in the Resume area or subtype. Attachment Sub-types specify the various
areas on the UI from where attachments can be uploaded for the selected object.#
BAdi: Upload documentsIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Basic Settings ->
Attachment Types -> BAdi: Upload DocumentsBAdi Name : HRRCF00_DOC_UPLOAD
Description: This BAdi can be used to incorporate custom checks during document
upload as attachments.Identify Attachment Type as ResumeIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP
E-Recruiting -> Basic Settings -> Attachment Types -> Identify attachment type as
ResumeView : V77RCF_ATTTYPE_UDescription: Specifies whether documents of
this attachment type are resumes. Documents can be classified as Resumes or
formatted Resumes. Identify as Resume the attachment type to which resumes are
uploaded that were created by the candidates themselves. Identify as Formatted
Resume the attachment type to which resumes are uploaded that were created by a
vendor using Resume Parsing.#BAdi: Filter for Attachments for Data OverviewsIMG
Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Basic Settings -> Attachment Types -> BAdi:
Filter for attachments for Data OverviewsBAdi Name :
HRRCF00_DATAOVR_ATTACHMENTSDescription: Every Data Overview application in
ERecruiting has an Attachments table at the bottom of the page with link to
attachments as table elements. You can use this BAdi to restrict the display of
links to attachments on the user interface for data overviews for SAP E-Recruiting
objects. In this way, you can make certain attachments inaccessible for specific
users. By default, the system displays links to all attachments that are linked
with the relevant HR object.Status ReasonsDefine Status ReasonsIMG Path : SPRO ->
SAP E-Recruiting -> Basic Settings -> Status Reasons -> Define Status ReasonsTable
: T77RCF_RSNCODE_T
Description: Users assign status reasons to an object when they make a status
change. Status reasons describe why a certain status is set.#Status Reasons are
assigned to Object Statuses.Assign Status Reasons to Statuses in RecruitmentIMG
Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Basic Settings -> Status Reasons -> Assign
Status Reasons to Statuses in RecruitmentTable : T77RCF_RSNCODE_T
Description: The status reasons are assigned possible statuses of required objects.
#8. Talent WarehouseIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent Warehouse
Description: This IMG node is concerned with maintaining all candidate related data
required by the recruiting organization.#Maintain Candidate Qualifications
IMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent Warehouse -> Qualifications
Description: Qualifications refer to the competency dictionary defined within the
organization. The qualification catalog is actually created as a part of
Organization Management and can be used here to give the applicants the option of
selecting their strengths as a tool for self assessment.Define Views for
Qualifications catalogIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent Warehouse ->
Qualifications -> Define Views for Qualification catalogTable :
V_T77QC_VIEW_IDDescription: Standard setting. Use SAP_ERECRUITING view.#Restrict
View of Qualifications catalogIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent
Warehouse -> Qualifications -> Restrict Views of Qualification catalogTable
: V_T77QC_VIEWDescription: The recruiting organization may have a large number of
qualifications/competencies defined for various job types. However it may want only
a subset of these qualifications to be exposed to ERecruiting. Restrict views
feature will help to achieve this goal.Qualifications are currently not used. The
screenshot shown below is for understanding purposes.#Define Scales for
QualificationsIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent Warehouse ->
Qualifications -> Define Scales for Qualification Transaction: OOSCDescription :
Scales and scale proficiencies to be used by Qualification catalog are defined
here.#
Define Qualifications CatalogIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent
Warehouse -> Qualifications -> Define Qualifications catalogTransaction: OOQA
Description : Qualification catalog needs to be defined here.#Work
Experience/Desired EmploymentIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent
Warehouse -> Candidate -> Work Experience/Desired EmploymentDescription: In
this customizing node, you maintain all value lists used in work experience and
employment Infotypes.Define Hierarchy LevelsIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-
Recruiting -> Talent Warehouse -> Candidate -> Work Experience/Desired
Employment -> Define Hierarchy LevelsTable : T77RCF_HIER_TDescription: The
hierarchy levels represent the pecking order in your company with relation to
professional capabilities and management responsibility.#Define Work Contract Types
IMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent Warehouse -> Candidate -> Work
Experience/Desired Employment -> Define Work Contract typesTable :
T77RCF_CONTTY_TDescription: Here, you define the different categories of work
contracts that your company has with its employees. The work contract type is part
of the terms of employment while applying for a job.#Define IndustriesIMG Path :
SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent Warehouse -> Candidate -> Work
Experience/Desired Employment -> Define IndustriesTable :
T77RCF_INDU_TDescription: Here, you define the industries that are relevant for
your recruitment process. This should include industries that exist in your company
and industries in which a candidate could have gained work experience.#Define
Functional AreasIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent Warehouse ->
Candidate -> Work Experience/Desired Employment -> Define Functional Areas
Table : T77RCF_FUNC_TDescription: Here, you define the task areas in your
company that contribute to the achievement of the corporate goal.#Define Employment
FractionsIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent Warehouse -> Candidate ->
Work Experience/Desired Employment -> Define Employment FractionsTable
: T77RCF_WORKTI_TDescription: Here, you define the employment fractions that exist
in the company. In the process, you specify the limit for the number of working
hours per week as of which a certain employment fraction exists. #
Salary RangesIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent Warehouse ->
Candidate -> Work Experience/Desired Employment -> Salary Ranges
Description: Here, you define the currency list to be used for recruitment and
corresponding salary ranges. The recruiter/candidate will have to first
selectDetermine Currencies for Salary RangesIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting
-> Talent Warehouse -> Candidate -> Work Experience/Desired Employment ->
Salary Ranges -> Determine currencies for salary rangesDescription: The currencies
to be maintained in ERecruiting are to be listed here. This will be required to
get salary related details from the applicants. #Define Salary RangesIMG Path :
SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent Warehouse -> Candidate -> Work
Experience/Desired Employment -> Salary Ranges -> Define salary rangesView
: V_T77RCF_SAL_RNGDescription: Here, you determine the salary ranges for the
payment information of the jobs and salary expectations of the candidates
for each currency.# Education/TrainingIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting ->
Talent Warehouse -> Candidate -> Education/TrainingDescription: In this IMG node,
you configure all education related value lists.Define Education TypesIMG Path :
SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent Warehouse -> Candidate -> Education/Training ->
Define Education TypesTable : T77RCF_EDUTYP_TDescription:Here you
specify those education types that you want to use as selection criteria for the
candidate search in the talent pool and that a candidate can specify when entering
his or her education data.#Define Broad Field of EducationIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP
E-Recruiting -> Talent Warehouse -> Candidate -> Education/Training -> Define
Education TypesTable : T77RCF_EDUTYP_TDescription: Here, you maintain the
various fields of education considered acceptable by your organization.#Define
Educational Certificates/DegreesIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent
Warehouse -> Candidate -> Education/Training -> Define Educational
Certificates/DegreesTable : T77RCF_DEGREE_TDescription: Here, you maintain
the education certificates and degrees recognized by your organization.#Interest
GroupsIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent Warehouse -> Candidate ->
Other Features -> Define Interest GroupsTable : T77RCF_TGROUP_T
Description: Interest Groups can be used by candidates to associate themselves to
specific job types or industry or areas of interest to provide more clarity to
internal recruitment team on role desired by candidate. Alternatively, a recruiter
can specify in the requisition which interest group is suitable for the open job.#
Communication ChannelsIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent Warehouse ->
Candidate -> Other Features -> Communication ChannelsView :
V_T77RCF_COM_CHNDescription: In this IMG activity, you define the communication
channels that can be used to contact candidates.All channels specified here are
available on the applicant contact details UI for data input.#Candidate SearchIMG
Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent Warehouse -> Candidate -> Candidate
SearchDescription:Search in ERecruiting is enabled using Search Profiles and Search
Templates which are referred to by TREX for text retrieval.#Search ProfileDefine
Search Profile typesIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent Warehouse ->
Candidate -> Candidate Search -> Search Profile -> Define Search Profile
TypesView : V_T77RCF_SPTDescription: In this IMG activity, you define the
search profile types that you want to use for the job postings, candidates,
requisitions, and assignments (candidacies). Fields from information categories are
assigned to a search profile type that serves as a template for creating search
profiles for the objects of a specific object type.#5 Search Profile types are
delivered by SAP Standard. These are usually adequate to meet the search needs. No
changes are required to the standard entries.Define Information CategoriesIMG Path
: SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent Warehouse -> Candidate -> Candidate Search ->
Search Profile -> Define Information CategoriesView :
T77RCF_SPT_ICDescription: Information categories map to individual tables from
which information is required to be extracted. Information categories are used to
specify the business-specific content of structures.The extraction classes contain
the code logic for fetching the data based on search criteria.You create new
information categories, for example, in the following cases:You have created your
own infotype and a corresponding structure and want to make their fields available
for the search.You want to use a different content extraction class to retrieve the
information of an information category.The customer namespaces are: information
categories Y* and Z*#Assign Languages to a Search Profile TypeIMG Path : SPRO ->
SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent Warehouse -> Candidate -> Candidate Search -> Search
Profile -> Assign Languages to a Search Profile TypeView :
V_T77RCF_SPT_LAN Description: In this Customizing activity, you determine for each
search profile type the languages in which the search profiles of this search
profile type are to be created. You can search for relevant objects only in these
languages.#Assign Information Category Fields to a Search Profile TypeIMG Path :
SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent Warehouse -> Candidate -> Candidate Search ->
Search Profile -> Assign Information Category Fields to a Search Profile
TypeView : V_T77RCF_SPT_LANDescription: In this IMG activity, you specify
which fields from the information categories are included for the creation of
search profile type. You can search for only these fields. You also assign the
Field type to each field.Field type specifies the type of the field that is
assigned to an information category. The type determines how the system can search
in the associated field.Free Text:Only Free text search is possible.EntityValues
will be derived from tables in a dropdown.Both, Free Text and Entity:Both methods
are applicable.#Assign Attachment Types to a Search Profile TypeIMG Path : SPRO
-> SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent Warehouse -> Candidate -> Candidate Search -> Search
Profile -> Assign Attachment Types to a Search Profile TypeView :
V77RCF_SPT_AATYPDescription: In this Customizing activity, you determine for each
search profile type which attachment types should be taken into account during the
full text search.#Update Search ProfileIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting ->
Talent Warehouse -> Candidate -> Candidate Search -> Search Profile ->
Update Search ProfileTransaction: HRRCF_RECREATE_SPDescription:This IMG activity
enables you to update the search profiles that have been created on the basis of a
search profile type.This activity must be performed whenever the user changes the
assignment of fields in an information category to a search profile type. Creating
search profiles for a large number of objects (candidates, job postings) can take a
long time. It is recommended to start the report as a background process if several
changes have been done.#Update Search ProfileIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting
-> Talent Warehouse -> Candidate -> Candidate Search -> Search Profile ->
Update Search ProfileReport : RCF_UPD_DOC_ATTRIB_INDX_FULLDescription:You use
this report to correct the search-relevant attributes of the attachments in
Knowledge Provider (KPro).Search TemplatesSearch Templates represent the actual UI
elements available on the ERecruiting screens during search.#In the above
screenshot, the highlighted dropdown represents Search Templates.For example, the
already selected template above is �Candidate�s Work Experience�.#Search Template
Elements represent the individual fields within each Search Template. For example,
Country/Employer represents search template elements.#Define Search TemplatesIMG
Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent Warehouse -> Candidate -> Candidate
Search -> Search Templates -> Define Search TemplatesView :
V_T77RCF_SMASKDescription: Here, you define the search templates that should be
available on the user interface for search purposes. You specify for each search
template the search profile type on which it should be based on. In addition, you
determine how the search template is displayed on the user interface. #Define
Search Templates ElementsIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent Warehouse
-> Candidate -> Candidate Search -> Search Templates -> Define Search
Templates ElementsView : V_T77RCF_SM_ELEMDescription: Here, you define all
the fields on which search should be possible from the web front end.The possible
values for element type are:List Box, Multi-line Input field, Display field,
Checkbox, Radio button, Date type, Salary Expectations, Job Family Potential,
Performance Management.To define a new search template element, a nomenclature
should be followed as follows: Z<object>_<information category>_<field name as
in table>For example: ZCAND_EDU_EDULEVEL#Assign Search Templates Elements to Search
TemplatesIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent Warehouse -> Candidate ->
Candidate Search -> Search Templates -> Assign Search Templates Elements to
Search TemplatesView : V_T77RCF_SM_ASMEDescription: In this Customizing
activity, you specify which search template elements appear in the search template
and in what order.#In the above screenshot, Search Template �Candidate�s Education�
consists of 5 Search Template Elements as shown.Define Search Templates GroupsIMG
Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent Warehouse -> Candidate -> Candidate
Search -> Search Templates -> Define Search Template GroupsView :
T77RCF_SM_GROUPTDescription: In this Customizing activity, you define search
template groups. You assign the search templates you require to display a certain
search on the user interface to the search template groups. Should any new Search
Template groups be required to be defined, they can only be defined in the customer
namespace starting with 9*.#Assign Search Templates to Search Template GroupsIMG
Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent Warehouse -> Candidate -> Candidate
Search -> Search Templates -> Assign Search Templates to Search Template
GroupsView : T77RCF_SM_GROUPTDescription: In this Customizing activity,
you assign the search templates that should be available on the user interface for
the display of a special search to a search template group. At the same time, you
determine the order in which the search templates are displayed on the user
interface.#Search in Talent Warehouse group corresponds to the Candidate Search
screen.Assign Search Template Groups to Search ApplicationsIMG Path : SPRO ->
SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent Warehouse -> Candidate -> Candidate Search -> Search
Templates -> Assign Search Template Groups to Search ApplicationsView :
V77RCF_SMG_NAVIDescription: In this Customizing activity, you specify which search
template groups are used in the different scenarios#Standard settings delivered for
the relevant search applications (search template groups) for Recruiting
Administrator and Recruiter portal roles:CompID of Calling Controller#Scenario
(Search Template Group)##cdcycandsearch#Candidate Search in the context of a
requisition or an application group
(recruiter)##cdcyreqsearchexternalpostings#Search for Requisitions in the context
of an external candidacy for recruiters (with external postings or with and without
external postings (you can alternate between the two
scenarios))##cdcyreqsearchinternalpostings#Search for Requisitions in the context
of an internal candidacy for recruiters (with internal postings or with and without
internal postings (you can alternate between the two
scenarios))##trmcandsrch#Search for Candidates in Talent Warehouse for
Recruiters##simplesearch_audittrail#Simple Search for internal and external
candidates in the context of an audit trail (Recruiting
Administrator)##simplesearch_delcand#Simple Search for external candidates in the
context of deletion (Recruiting Administrator)##simplesearch_deregcand#Simple
Search for external candidates in the context of deregistration (Recruiting
Administrator)##quicksearch#Quick Search## Standard settings are delivered for the
relevant search applications (search template groups) for the following scenarios
that are realized for the Candidate:CompID of Calling Controller#Scenario (Search
Template Group)##EMPLOYEE2POSTING#Search for Internal Job Postings for Registered
Internal Candidates##REGISTERED2POSTING#Search for External Job Postings for
Registered External Candidates##UNREGEMPLOYEE2POSTING#Search for Internal Job
Postings for Unregistered Internal Candidates##UNREGISTERED2POSTING#Search for
External Job Postings for Unregistered Candidates##With this, the configuration of
Search Templates and Groups is complete.The final step is to set up the Search
Applications which is an optional step. Set Up Search ApplicationsIMG Path :
SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent Warehouse -> Candidate -> Candidate Search ->
Search Templates -> Set Up Search ApplicationsView :
V77RCF_SRCH_ATTCDescription: In this Customizing activity, you set the attributes
for the search scenarios. In this way, you can determine for different search
applications which interface elements they contain and which options for creating
search queries are available.SAP delivers the standard entries in table
T77RCF_SRCH_ATTR. These entries get overridden by entries from this table.#The
various columns have the following meaning:Display Ranking: If this indicator is
set, the column displaying the match is shown in the result list. The indicator is
relevant only for candidate scenarios.Display Documentation: If this indicator is
set, a link to the documentation of the search application is provided on the user
interface. The indicator is relevant only for candidate scenarios.Display variants:
If this indicator is set, the user can save search variants for later use.Display
Maximum Number of Hits: If this indicator is set, the settings for the maximum
number of hits are displayed on the user interface.Maximum Number of Hits: This
number specifies how many hits are displayed in the hit list.Note: If you do not
enter a value, then there are no entries in the hit list.Display Threshold: If this
indicator is set, the settings for the match threshold are displayed on the user
interface.Threshold: This number specifies by how much a hit must agree with the
search criteria for it to be displayed in the hit list.Display Operator: If this
indicator is set, operators are available for the recruiter on the user interface
of the search application for combining values of the same search template element.
In this way, the recruiter can override the standard system behavior.Operator:
Contains the operator that dictates the standard system behavior for the
recruiter's search applications when combining values of the same search template
element. Specify AND or OR to determine the relationship between the criteria.
Candidate ServicesIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent Warehouse ->
Candidate -> Candidate ServicesDescription : Candidate Services node has been added
as a part of EhP4. Two services have been provided:Job AgentTell-a-FriendJob Agent
IMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent Warehouse -> Candidate ->
Candidate Services ->Job AgentDescription: It may happen that the organization may
currently not have any openings for the job category or role the applicant is
looking out for. In such cases if the applicant wants the company to keep him
posted on the job openings that match his role and profile, he will select the role
criteria; select the frequency for receiving notifications and save it as a Job
Agent. The Job Agent service will then automatically send periodic mailers to the
applicant whenever openings satisfying the saved criteria are posted.Define
Periodic Services for Job AgentIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent
Warehouse -> Candidate -> Candidate Services ->Job Agent�> Define Periodic
services for Job AgentTable : T77RCF_AS_SERVDescription: Standard SAP
delivered settings is used. No changes required#Specify Rules for Periodic Services
of Job AgentIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent Warehouse -> Candidate
-> Candidate Services ->Job Agent�> Specify Rules for Periodic Services of
Job AgentTable : T77RCF_AS_SERVDescription: In this IMG activity, you set
the attributes that influence a periodic service for the job agent to suit your
requirements.Periodic service
#Attributes#Description##JOB_AGENT#MAX_JOB_AGENTS#Maximum number of job agents that
a candidate can create##JOB_AGENT#MAX_POSTINGS#Maximum number of job postings that
can be sent by a job agent that was created by a candidate###Set Up Background Job
for Job AgentIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent Warehouse ->
Candidate -> Candidate Services ->Job Agent�> Set Up Background Job for Job
AgentDescription:Schedule report RCF_AGENT_SERVICES as a daily background job.Note
that this service will not be run if program RCF_PERIODICAL_SERVICES runs
simultaneously. For all other services, the RCF_AGENT_SERVICES report can be run
simultaneously.Tell-a-FriendIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Talent
Warehouse -> Candidate -> Candidate Services -> Set up Tell A Friend
serviceDescription: This service is available to the external candidate on the Job
search screen.Pre-requisite:1. A service user needs to be assigned to parameter
SERVICE_USER in table V77RCF_MDL_PRMC. We have assigned the service user
RCF_UNREG for this service. This table can be accessed from IMG path: IMG -> SAP
ERecruiting -> Technical Settings ->User Interfaces-> Manager Involvement ->
Assign Values to Interface Parameters (WebDynpro ABAP) #9. Applicant TrackingIMG
Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Applicant TrackingDescription: Applicant
tracking is done by performing a series of Activities. Activities are
grouped into Processes and linked to any of the available HR objects.
Applicant tracking also forms the basis for Applicant Ranking.#Assign Scales to
Scale TypesIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Applicant Tracking -> Assign
Scales to Scale TypesView : V_T77RCF_SCALESDescription: Applicant
tracking involves ranking candidates on the basis of their suitability. Suitability
is expressed via customizable ranking scales. Scales need be created and assigned
to Scale types.Here, Scale type refers to the scenario in ERecruiting where the
ranking functionality can be executed.#Three types of ranking scales are
distinguished:Assignment Rating: Expresses how well a candidate suits a
requisition.Candidate Classification: Expresses how well a candidate suits the
company (independent of requisition assignment)Weighting for Search and Match: This
scale type is needed to express how important criteria are in search.Define
Application Source Types and Assign to Application SourcesIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP
E-Recruiting -> Applicant Tracking -> Define Application Source TypesView
: V_T77RCF_APPLSTY,
V_T77RCF_APPLSRCDescription: In this IMG activity, you define the application
source categories you require when you want to report on where candidates learned
about your job postings. In addition, you store an OTR (object text repository)
text for each source category. This text is displayed on the user interface
together with a free-form text field. Applicants can enter their �Source of
application� in the final step of an application.#Fig 1. Application Source Types#
Fig 2. Assign Application Source Types to Application SourcesThe OTR�s can be
accessed from transaction SOTR_EDIT.##ActivitiesIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-
Recruiting -> Applicant Tracking -> ActivitiesDescription: Activities are
foundation of Applicant tracking. They are individual steps taken on a candidate.
For example: Invite for Interview, Send Offer Notification, Initiate ATO.Activities
have a Status. They can either have status Planned or Completed. You can enter a
Due Date for activities with status as �Planned�. Activities have Notes and
Attachments.An activity is always assigned to an Object Type.#Define Activity Types
IMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Applicant Tracking -> Activities ->
Define Activity TypesView : V77RCF_ACT_TYPEDescription: Here you define
the activity types that you require for your processes within SAP E-Recruiting. To
do so, you assign an Activity Category to each activity type. This controls what
data the activity type contains and what system functions can be executed for it.
Activity Categories delivered in ERecruiting:Simple ActivitySimple Correspondence
Qualifying EventInvitationStatus ChangeData Transfer for new employeesQuestionnaire
#Define ProcessesIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Applicant Tracking ->
Activities -> Define ProcessesView : T77RCF_ACTPROC_TDescription: A Process
is a grouping of activities used to structure the applicant tracking process from a
business point of view. We can define custom processes and assign existing or
custom activities to it.#Assign Processes to RecruitmentIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP
E-Recruiting -> Applicant Tracking -> Activities -> Assign Processes to Recruitment
View : V77RCF_PROC2SUBDescription: In this Customizing activity, you assign
the processes you want to use to the Recruitment area. In doing so, you use the
process groups to define the subarea of Recruitment in which your processes will be
used.Processes that are assigned to the Candidate Shortlist subarea focus on
processing assignments of candidates to Requisitions or Application Groups.
Processes that are assigned to the Talent Relationship Management subarea focus on
maintaining relationships with candidates in the Talent Pool.Within a process
group, you use the sequential number to specify the order in which the processes
are offered for selection on the user interface.#Assign Activity Types to
Recruitment ProcessesIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Applicant Tracking
-> Activities -> Assign Activity Types to Recruitment ProcessesView
: V77RCF_ACT2PROCDescription: In this Customizing activity, you assign
Activity Types to Processes in the Recruitment subarea. By doing so, you store the
possible activity types that are included in the relevant process.#Assign HR Object
Types to Activity TypesIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Applicant Tracking
-> Activities -> Assign HR Object Types to Activity TypesView :
V77RCF_ACT2OTYPEDescription: You assign HR object types from E-Recruiting to your
activity types#It is recommended to assign the activity types as followsActivity
Types#HR Object##Activity Types for Talent Relationship
Management#Candidate##Activity Types for Application
Management#Application##Activity Types for Selection Process#Candidacy##Assign
Status to Status-Changing Activity TypesIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting ->
Applicant Tracking -> Activities -> Assign Status to Status-Changing
Activity TypesView : V77RCF_ACT2OTYPEDescription: Here, you assign the
possible statuses for each ERecruiting object.# #Link Activity Types with
Referencing Activity TypesIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Applicant
Tracking -> Activities -> Assign Status to Status-Changing Activity Types
View : V77RCF_ACT2PROCRDescription: In this Customizing activity, you link
activity types of the activity categories Status Change, Qualifying Event, and
Questionnaire with activity types of the category Invitation. When the user creates
the relevant activity, a suitable linked activity of the category Invitation is
then available that the user can use to send the activity.#CorrespondenceIMG Path
: SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Applicant Tracking -> Activities -> Correspondence
Description: All the settings related to correspondence activities viz. defining
letter templates, changeable sections, assigning forms to activity types, etc are
configured in this step.#Adapt User for CorrespondenceIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-
Recruiting -> Applicant Tracking -> Activities -> Correspondence -> General
Settings -> Adapt user for CorrespondenceTransaction: SU01Description: Here, you
configure users so that they can send or print correspondences.You must make the
following settings:You need to assign a printer to the user (output device field in
SU01) so that he or she can print the correspondence. You also need to make this
entry for correspondence output by e-mail to ensure the formatting is correct.You
need to assign an e-mail address to the user so that he or she can send the
correspondence by e-mail. If an e-mail address is stored for candidates assigned to
the user, the system uses this e-mail address.Specify ITF-HTML MappingIMG Path :
SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Applicant Tracking -> Activities -> Correspondence ->
General Settings -> Specify ITF-HTML MappingView :
T77RCF_MAPPINGDescription: The system saves letter templates as Smart Form
templates with text modules (letter sections). The user can change these letter
sections when sending correspondence. The system reads the text modules when
loading in Interchange Text Format (ITF) format. This cannot be displayed with
WebDynpro. The FormattedTextEdit control (Control for Editing of Letter Sections)
used by SAP expects a subset of XHTML as the code for the formatted text display.
Therefore it is necessary to convert the ITF format to HTML format, which can be
interpreted by FormattedTextEdit.SAP delivered entries has not been changed.#In
this Customizing activity, you assign corresponding HTML formats to the ITF
(Interchange Text Format) tags that you use in the styles of your Smart Form forms.
In this way, you can specify how the system converts the formatting of the Smart
Form templates to HTML formatting. This is necessary as the editor for
individualizing letter sections uses HTML formats.Assign Document Categories to
Activity CategoriesIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Applicant Tracking ->
Activities -> Correspondence -> Create Letter Templates ->
Assign Document Categories to Activity CategoriesTransaction: SU01Description:
Document categories group together correspondence documents of the same type and
specify the technology with which the documents can be customized by the user.
Activity Categories specify the types of activities available in ERecruiting.# #
SAP delivered entries has not been changed. Create Forms and Changeable Letter
SectionsIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Applicant Tracking -> Activities
-> Correspondence -> Create Letter Templates -> Create Forms
and Changeable Letter SectionsTransaction: SMARTFORMSDescription: Here, you create
the Smart forms and Text Modules (used in smartforms) that are used to create
letters for correspondence in SAP E-Recruiting.The sample forms have the prefix
HRRCF_CS_IT_*.The sample text modules have the prefix HRRCF_CS_MT_*.#Assign
Changeable Letter Sections to FormsIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting ->
Applicant Tracking -> Activities -> Correspondence -> Create Letter
Templates -> Assign Changeable Letter Sections to FormsView :
T77RCF_INCL2FORMDescription: In this customizing activity, you assign to the forms
the text modules that are available to users in correspondence activities as
changeable letter sections for customizing the correspondence.When a correspondence
activity is created, only the specified Text Module contents are available for
editing on the WebDynpro UI.#
Assign Forms to Activity TypesIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Applicant
Tracking -> Activities -> Correspondence -> Create Letter
Templates -> Assign Changeable Letter Sections to FormsView :
T77RCF_INCL2FORMDescription: Here, you assign forms as letter templates to the
activity types. These forms determine the appearance and the content of the letter
that is generated by the correspondence activity being created.You can assign
several forms to an activity with the same attributes (companies, interest groups,
candidate classes) by using sequential numbers. These forms are offered for
selection (if more than 1) as letter templates when the user creates a
correspondence activity.#Assign Templates for Cover Letter to Letter TemplatesIMG
Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Applicant Tracking -> Activities ->
Correspondence -> Create Letter Templates -> Assign Templates
for Cover Letter to Letter TemplatesView : T77RCF_COV2FORMDescription: In
this Customizing activity, you assign templates for the cover letters to the letter
templates. The system sends the letters via e-mail. The e-mail sent consists of a
cover letter and the actual letter in the form of an attached document. By using
cover letters, you can separate the actual content of the letter from the formal
cover letter.#Assign Document Formats to Output ChannelsIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP
E-Recruiting -> Applicant Tracking -> Activities -> Correspondence -> Output
Channels -> Assign Document Formats to Output ChannelsView :
T77RCF_CS_CH2FMTDescription: In this customizing activity, you assign document
formats to output channels. In E-Recruiting, documents can be output in various
formats using various output channels.#SAP delivered entries has not been changed.
QuestionnairesIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Applicant Tracking ->
QuestionnairesDescription: A questionnaire is a set of questions that can be
completed by a person (e.g. candidate, recruiter) during the applicant tracking
process. Questions first need to be created forming a question bank.A sample
questionnaire is displayed below.#Set Up CategoriesIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-
Recruiting -> Applicant Tracking -> Questionnaires -> Set Up CategoriesTransaction:
OO_HRRCF_CAT_CREATEDescription: This IMG node is a report that automatically makes
the basis settings and generates the relevant table entries. You only need to
execute the report once when ERecruiting is being set up.
Assign Categories to Activity TypesIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting ->
Applicant Tracking -> Questionnaires -> Assign Categories to Activity Types
View : V77RCF_QACAT2ACTDescription: Each Questionnaire activity needs to
be assigned with a Category viz. Evaluable Information or Equal employment
information. We are not using Equal Employment Information category. The standard
one itself is used.You identify the activity types whose questionnaires are to be
integrated in the application wizard.You identify the activity types whose assigned
questionnaires are to be included in the automatic ranking of the candidate's
questionnaires. The system includes all questionnaires of an identified activity
type on the user interface of the candidate shortlist in the Questionnaires column;
the other questionnaires are included in the Feedback column.#Define Questionnaire
GroupsIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Applicant Tracking ->
Questionnaires-> Define Questionnaire GroupsView : VT77RCF_QA_GROUP
Description: In this Customizing activity, you define the questionnaire groups in
which you can group together questionnaires or questions on a specific topic in
Questionnaire or Question Maintenance.The system uses the names of the
questionnaire groups on the user interface as titles for the relevant tab pages for
data storage.#10. Requisition Management IMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting ->
Requisition ManagementDescription:Requisition is a formal agreement between
managers and recruiters to initiate the recruitment processIt is an internal
document � Determining the positions for which candidates are to be soughtDefining
the complete job description and key requirements that candidates must fulfill
Sources/channels where the advertisements for the vacancies should be published.#
Requisition Define Hierarchy LevelsIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting ->
Requisition Management -> Requisition -> Job Description -> Define
Hierarchy LevelsTable : T77RCF_HIER_TDescription:In this IMG activity, you
define the hierarchy levels that exist in your company. The hierarchy levels
represent the pecking order in your company with relation to professional
capabilities and management responsibility.# Define Work Contract typesIMG
Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Requisition Management -> Requisition -> Job
Description -> Define Work Contract TypesTable :
T77RCF_CONTTY_TDescription:Here, you define the different categories of work
contracts that your company has with its employees. The work contract type is part
of the terms of employment that apply to a job. # Define IndustriesIMG Path :
SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Requisition Management -> Requisition -> Job
Description -> Define Work Contract TypesTable :
T77RCF_INDU_TDescription:In this IMG activity, you define the industries that are
relevant for your recruitment process. This should include industries that exist in
your company and industries in which a candidate could have gained work experience.
# Define Functional AreasIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Requisition
Management -> Requisition -> Job Description -> Define
Functional AreasTable : T77RCF_FUNC_TDescription:In this IMG activity, you
define the task/functional areas in your company that contribute to the achievement
of the corporate goal.# Define Employment FractionsIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-
Recruiting -> Requisition Management -> Requisition -> Job Description -> Define
Employment FractionsTable : T77RCF_WORKTIDescription:This customizing
activity specifies the minimum number of working hours per week that constitute a
given employment fraction.Threshold expresses the individual weekly working time
(in No. of hours) as a portion or fraction of the standard weekly working time.#
Currencies for Salary rangesIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Requisition
Management -> Requisition -> Job Description -> Salary Ranges
-> Determine Currencies for Salary RangesTable : V_T77RCF_SAL_CUR
Description:In this Customizing activity, you determine the currencies for the
salary ranges. These are the currencies in which the payment information can be
specified for the job and salary expectations.# Define Salary RangesIMG Path :
SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Requisition Management -> Requisition -> Job
Description -> Salary Ranges -> Define Salary RangesTable
: V_T77RCF_SAL_RNGDescription:In this customizing activity, you determine the
salary ranges for the payment information of the jobs and salary expectations of
the candidates for each currency.# Job PostingPosting is an Advertisement. It
contains all relevant information you wish to communicate to the public about the
vacancy. For example: Company information, Department, Project,
Tasks/Responsibilities, Requirements. Define Posting ChannelsIMG Path : SPRO ->
SAP E-Recruiting -> Requisition Management ->Job Posting -> Define Posting Channels
Table : V_T77RCF_POSTCHNDescription:Posting channels refer to recipients to
whom you want to send your job postings for publishing, for example, a daily
newspaper, a specific job board, or your intranet.When a manager releases a posting
instance for publishing, the publisher starts the necessary routine (publisher
class) for publication of the posting. He generates a document in a specific format
using the information contained in the posting instance, for example.# BAdI:
Generate Reference CodesIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Requisition
Management -> Job Posting -> BAdI: Generate Reference CodesBAdi Definition
: HRRCF00_GET_EXT_CODEBAdi Implementation: ZHRRCF_GET_EXT_CODE_01Description:When a
publication is created for posting, the recruiter can either manually enter the
reference code or if this BAdi is activated can get the reference code auto
generated by the system. The recruiter can do this by clicking the button Generate
Reference Code.The standard system, by default, generates a 40 character
alphanumeric code. The BAdi can be used to include customer-specific logic for the
reference code. BAdI: Specify Proposal Texts for PostingsIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP
E-Recruiting -> Requisition Management -> Job Posting -> BAdI: Specify Proposal
Texts for PostingsBAdi Definition : HRRCF00_GET_DEFAULT_POST_TEXTS BAdi
Implementation: Does not exist. Can be created, if required.Description:This BAdi
can be used to provide default texts for the free-text fields when creating a
posting text. The fields on the posting screen that can be defaulted are - Company,
Department, Project, Tasks, and Requirements. The interface of the BAdI permits the
transfer of the logon language of each user so that it is possible to create
language-dependent texts. The interface also permits the transfer of the position,
industry, functional area, and hierarchy level to determine the default text. 11.
Additional Tools Delete External CandidatesIMG Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting
-> Delete External CandidatesTransaction: OO_HRRCF_DEL_EXTCANDDescription:This
program can be used to delete external candidates with all associated links.#Enter
your selection criteria. The following selection criteria are available:Candidate:
If you want to delete a candidate, enter the candidate ID.Talent Group: If you want
to delete candidates that are grouped together in a talent group, enter the talent
group ID. You can only select the talent groups for which you are a member of the
support team.Deregistered Candidates: If you set this indicator, candidates are
deleted only if their registration in the Talent Pool has also been deleted.Check
Legal Conformance: If you set this indicator, the program checks whether there are
assignments of the candidate to requisitions and which retention periods are stored
for each of the requisitions. If there are no assignments to requisitions or the
retention periods have expired, the relevant candidate is deleted.Test Mode: If you
set this indicator, the program performs a test run without any changes being made
to the database.Run the program. The system displays a result list. A message
appears for candidates that were not deleted.When the candidates are deleted, the
associated business partners are not deleted, but are archived. You can delete
business partners later from the database using the transaction BUPA_DEL (Delete
Business Partners).Create Internal Users and Candidates for SAP E-RecruitingIMG
Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Create Internal Users and Candidates for SAP
E-RecruitingTransaction: OO_HRRCF_CREATE_USERNote : This program should
not be executed where HR and ERecruiting systems are on same
Instance i.e. integrated scenario To be used only when HR and
ERecruitment reside on separate servers� i.e. non-integrated scenario.Description:
You should run this program when initially creating the first user (for example,
the administrator). The administrator then creates all other users on his start
page using the User Maintenance function. As a rule, however, the external
candidates register themselves using the appropriate Web scenarios, and the
internal candidates (employees) are imported from an HR system using the master
data interface (ALE).In the integrated scenario, you cannot run the program as this
then result in data inconsistencies.#This program creates all ERecruiting specific
objects for an employee i.e. executing this program will create BP, CP, US, and NA
objects for the employee.Create Internal Users and Candidates for SAP E-Recruiting
IMG
Path : SPRO -> SAP E-Recruiting -> Create Internal Users and Candidates for SAP
E-RecruitingTransaction: OO_HRRCF_CHECK_SRCHDescription: In this Customizing
activity, you can check the consistency of the settings that you entered in the
Customizing for the search.#12. ICM (Internet Communication Manager) Tasks
Transaction RZ11Display parameter �icm/host_name_full�. The fields �ProfileVal� and
�Currentvalue� should have Host URL entry.For example: dv35.rel.co.inAlso, check
the transaction SMICM -> GoTo -> Host Name Buffer -> Display.It should have the
Fully Qualified Host entries which looks as follows: #SICF Services Activation
Listed below are some services that must be activated in the system depending on
the operational scenario: Support for the Internet protocol (HTTP, HTTPS and SMTP)
in the SAP Web Application Server /default_host/sap/public/icmanThrough this the
ICMan process can (for example) make decisions concerning the distribution of HTTP
requests to the corresponding server.Using load distribution- with the message
server/default_host/sap/public/icf_info/default_host/sap/public/icf_info/logon_grou
ps/default_host/sap/public/icf_info/urlprefix- with the Web
Dispatcher/default_host/sap/public/icf_info/default_host/sap/public/icf_info/icr_gr
oups/default_host/sap/public/icf_info/icr_urlprefixUsing Business Server Pages
(BSP)/default_host/sap/bc/bsp/sap/default_host/sap/bc/bsp/sap/system/default_host/s
ap/bc/bsp/sap/public/bc/default_host/sap/public/bc (available for 620 with Support
Package 34)/default_host/sap/public/bc/ur (available for 620 with Support Package
34)/default_host/sap/public/bsp/sap/public/default_host/sap/public/bsp/sap/public/b
c/default_host/sap/public/bsp/sap/system/default_host/sap/public/bsp/sap/htmlb (as
of Release 620 Support Package SAPKB62026)Using the BSP logon
procedure/default_host/sap/public/bsp/sap/default_host/sap/bc/bsp/sap/system/defaul
t_host/sap/public/bsp/sap/public/default_host/sap/public/bsp/sap/systemBSP test
applications for
troubleshooting/default_host/sap/bc/bsp/sap/it00/default_host/sap/bc/bsp/sap/sbspex
t_htmlb/default_host/sap/bc/bsp/sap/sbspext_xhtmlb/default_host/sap/bc/bsp/sap/html
b_samplesAs of Release 6.30: /default_host/sap/bc/bsp/sap/bsp_verificatioFor e-
Recruitment, activate all services with the prefix HRRCF.Before testing the e-
Recruiting specific BSP applications, test the standard BSP Test applications
specified above for troubleshooting of web environment.ICF test
applications/default_host/sap/bc/echo- Among other things, this service returns
information about the registration procedure being used, the header and form
fields, and the generated SSO cookie for the executed request. Therefore, this
service should only be activated for troubleshooting
purposes./default_host/sap/bc/errorThis service generates some error situations in
the system and should only be activated for troubleshooting
purposes./default_host/sap/bc/srt/xip/sapYou want to fix the Web service error
message "Could not determine WSDL address (ICF_ERROR), SRT_REG038" in connection
with XI services.NOTE: Above details are as per Note 517484.12.2. Services to which
a Service User must be assignedhrrcf_apply_ext# Apply with Reference Code (Non
Registered Candidate)##hrrcf_cand_reg# External Candidate,
Registration##hrrcf_unrg_srch# Non Registered Candidate, Job Search##hrrcf_search#
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Wizard##hrrcf_pinst_pbl# Posting Instance Publication Internal /
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to the application wizard##hrrcf_password# Administration of User
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want to run payroll.If we do not enter P.No, payroll will run for whole Payroll
Area 25; choose the period to be return.Select the Variant Remuneration Statement,
to view Pay slip.This is the test Run Enter the schema �ZN00�.This is the schema
designed for Cairn Energy National EmployeesClick here to view the Remuneration
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