⤷ ICM (Application Component) Incentive and Commission Management (ICM)
⤷ CACS2D (Package) ICM: DDIC for ICM Basis Framework
|Short Description||Remuneration Clearing Rule ID|
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|Domain / Name of Reference Type||CACSOBJID10|
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Identification of a remuneration clearing rule . A remuneration clearing rule contains a selection, grouping and calculation rule. Within a remuneration clearing agreement you may have several remuneration clearing rules. However, these must be sorted according to priority. The priority determines the order in which they are processed, the smallest number having the highest priority.
As of SAP ECC Enterprise Extension Incentive & Commission Management 6.0 (EA-ICM 600), the selection protection rule 9999 is the only rule that applies for the selection of processing remuneration lines in each process step.
This selection protection rule is used to restrict the number of remuneration lines selected for processing in the next step. The priority 9999 plays a key role. This is the key to the remuneration clearing rule. This is what determines if processing is restricted or not. The selection protection rule must contain a selection rule that influences the selection. The grouping and calculation rules have to be entered but they are not taken into account during processing; consequently no logical tools are required for these rules.
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