Special processing for absence valuation rules

In this step, you can set up special processing for absence valuation. This is done using a personnel calculation rule that controls the special processing you require.

The standard SAP R/3 System contains tables, personnel calculation schemas, and personnel calculation rules for absence valuation. If the options they provide are not sufficient for your purposes, you can set up special processing for absence valuation. To do this, you create a personnel calculation rule in which you define your own rules for absence valuation.

With special processing, you can access temporary information calculated by the system - information from the employee's master data and from calculations for specific periods, for example. The system enters the calculated values in record layout fields.

For information on record layout fields, please see the documentation on the operands for operations NUM, RTE, and AMT.

Examples

You want to query the leave year or leave type of the absence being valuated in order to:

Recommendation

You should only set up special processing if the method of absence valuation used in your company cannot be represented using the standard tables, personnel calculation schemas, and personnel calculation rules.

Activities

1. Decide whether your company requires special processing to represent a specific regulation regarding absence valuation.
2. If you do require special processing, create an appropriate personnel calculation rule.
3. Choose the employee grouping for absence valuation and the absence valuation rule for which you require special processing.
4. In the Rule field, enter the name of the personnel calculation rule for special processing.
5. In the Time field, specify at what stage during the absence the valuation should be made.
6. You can use the Operation indicator field if you want to specify separate regulations for processing leave. Depending on whether or not the field is selected, the personnel calculation rule for special processing is addressed differently according to the entry in the Time field. Use the F1 help for a list of possible entries and a detailed description of what happens if you select the field.