Payroll Schemas and Personnel Calculation Rules (PCR’s)

Transaction Code: PE01 for schema. PE02 for PCR. (T-code PDSY is really important because it contains SAP documents to explain how function / operation works).

Menu Path: Human Resources –> Payroll -> Tools –> Maintenance Tools -> Schemas

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 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 Parameters


Parameter

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

Transaction Code: PE02

Menu Path: Human Resources –> Payroll -> Tools –> Maintenance Tools -> Rules

Commonly 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 (question)

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

Examples:

As above explained Schemas & PCR commands following are the some examples of the PCRs which state you all how to write a PCR’s

Scenario: Company ABC Ltd wants to give a allowance say SAF Allowance monthly. So following is the policy for that allowance,

SAF Allowance should calculate 15 % on the Basic Salary.

Solution: Following is the step we need to do,

Step 1: Create a Wage type say 1570 SAF Allw.

Step 2: Config this WT for IT0014

Step 3: Create Customer specific Constant in Table T511K as ZSUPR  and maintain value as 15.

Step 4: Write a PCR as Z026 as follows,

*

****

ADDWT *

3

****

WGTYP?

****

ADDWT *

1570

AMT= 1100

AMT+ 1101

AMT*KZSUPR

AMT/100

ADDWT 1570

Place this in Schema INAL after the PCR XVAL processing.

Note: Here in rule 1100 & 1101 are the base WT on which the calculation will be done for 1570 WT.

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