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This is the place where your PCR should insert.

Now very important to put some Function to give more clear to schema about your rule.

Function: PCR




Process Input Table - PCR

Acronym: PIT (Process Input Table)

Object

Function (More on PE04)

Use

Function PIT calls a personnel calculation rule which processes the contents of the IT according to designated rules.

Procedure

Each wage/salary type from the IT is processed according to the PC rules (in Par1). PC rules generally change the wage/salary type (for example, valuation, cumulation) and store the changed wage/salary type in an
output table (Operation ADDWT).


Syntax

Par1 nnnn Personnel calculation rule (PCR) Table T52CE

Par2 Type of call
GEN Generic call of PC rule

The PC rule is called independent of the wage/salary type.
* Effect
See Par2 (GEN)
Pnn Processing class
The PC rule carries out a series of operations for each wage/salary type and for each specification of a processing class (nn).

Wage type valuation table (T512W)
Enn Evaluation class
See Pnn
blank The PC rule is called up according to the wage type.

Par3 Call with Payroll type
Employee subgroup grouping from employee group/employee subgroup grouping

NOAB Without payroll type

Required Entry

Parameter 1

Example

You would like to provide evaluation bases for time bonuses and overtime.

Access
Fct Par1 Par2 Par3 Par4
PIT X010 P01

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Here you enter your PCR

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Now Par 2 & Par 3 is most important

Possible Cases:

Case 1: only Par 2 : GEN
If your PCR is Employee Group based so put GEN in Par 2
Employee Group based mean 1, 2, ....9 not like *

Case 2 : Only Par 3 : NOAB
PCR is not based on any Employee groups -> *
Like our PCR which is applicable for all groups so you can use only Par 3 with NOAB

Case 3: Both Par 2 & Par 3 with GEN & NOAB

If your PCR based on different employee groups and each group different Wage types.

Like.,

Group 1 -> Some set of WT's should generate like WT 1000
Group 2 -> Some set of WT's should generate like WT 2000
Group 3 -> Some set of WT's should generate like WT 3000


In our example we can use only NOAB becasue Rule is not based on any group only *
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