Time-Dependent Tables

Time-dependent tables contain entries which are only valid for particular periods. In other words, their validity always has a start date and an end date.

Examples of time-dependent tables are tables containing social insurance contribution records or index-linking records for pensions.

For the sake of clarity, only the current record of a time-dependent table is displayed. There may be other entries hidden behind this which are either not yet or no longer valid.

For this reason, the following additional function is available in extended table maintenance when you are working with time-dependent tables:

For further information, consult Maintaining Time-Dependent Entries.