⤷ ICM (Application Component) Incentive and Commission Management (ICM)
⤷ CACS2D (Package) ICM: DDIC for ICM Basis Framework
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Categorization of entitlements
A criterion for categorization is how the entitlement comes about, for example:
- Individually for each commission case (direct entitlement using commission case activity)
- Due to the organizational structure (indirect entitlement for management or consultants)
- Contractual agreement between commission contract partners (this version is not functionally supported in the standard release)
- Business object assignment for a commission contract partner in the sending application (this version is not functionally supported in the standard release)
Direct entitlements are reported using commission cases. Indirect entitlements can be determined by participant determination in commission case processing.
A hierarchy can be defined between the participants in a participation for a commission case for every entitlement category, and this hierarchy is then used for calculating difference commission.
If the entitlement category is "management" and the entitlement object ID is "5800" with category "1" (entitlement using direct participant) for a participant, this means that the management "4711" derives its entitlement from its executive function compared to the direct participant.
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