PE02 - Query if Wage Type Pensionable

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Sleepyjoe
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PE02 - Query if Wage Type Pensionable

Post by Sleepyjoe » Fri Jun 25, 2010 5:55 am

Hi,

I have a rule where I want a different set calculations to be made depending on whether the wage type is pensionable. I can't see anything which queries the cumulations in V_512W_D - am I missing something or am I stuck with specifying the wage types I want the rule to work on?

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Re: PE02 - Query if Wage Type Pensionable

Post by xau » Mon Jun 28, 2010 2:50 pm

you're missing something - std operation CUMWT

CUMWT: Use Current Wage Type Value for Cumulation String

Use

Operation

Use

This operation checks the current wage type as to whether it is to be
included in the cumulation wage type specified as a parameter. Depending
on the answer it enters 'J' or 'N' in the variable key. CUMWT is a
decision operation (rule type 'D').

Processing

Specify nn (a number between 01 and 96) as the parameter, corresponding
to the cumulation wage type /1nn. The operation reads the indicator in
the nnth position in the cumulation string in table T512W, Wage Type
Valuation.

Syntax

OOOOO nn

OOOOO CUMWT Name of operation

nn Number of cumulation wage type

Example

You want to check whether the current wage type is to be included in
cumulation wage type /120 .

Solution

D CUMWT 20

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Re: PE02 - Query if Wage Type Pensionable

Post by Sleepyjoe » Tue Jun 29, 2010 2:13 am

Hi,

Rule working fine - thank you so much - you're a star!

Sleepyjoe

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