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Object Hierarchy
Software Component
SAP_HRCDE 
Application Component ID
PY-DE-PS-VA 
Package
P01PBSVAVG_DDIC
Object type
Data Element
Object name
PDE_PBSVAVG_P57_TRFST08
Using
Domain (1) 
Used by
Table (3) 
Used by Table/Structure
P0785 
PA0785 
PS0785 
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SAP ABAP Data Element PDE_PBSVAVG_P57_TRFST08 (PS Level at End of Marriage/Partnership for Indiv. Increase)

Hierarchy

SAP_HRCDE (Software Component) Sub component SAP_HRCDE of SAP_HR
   PY-DE-PS-VA (Application Component) Pension Administration
     P01PBSVAVG_DDIC (Package) HR-VADM: Public Sector Pensions Act (DDIC, User Interface)

Basic data

PDE_PBSVAVG_P57_TRFST08
PS Level at End of Marriage/Partnership for Indiv. Increase  

Data Type

D   Domain
    No Information
TRFST    
CHAR   Character String 
2    
0    
2    
T510    

Further Characteristics

   
   
  
   
   
   
   
   

Field Label

  Length  Field Label  
10 PS level 
15 Pay Scale Level 
28 PS Level at End of Marriage 
PSL 

Documentation

Definition

Definition

Salary features at the end of a marriage or registered partnership govern the automatic calculation of an individual increase that occurs due to a salary adjustment with a base amount.

You can specify the pay scale features you want to use via pay scale type, pay scale area, pay scale group, and pay scale level.

If you do not make any entries, the system uses the pay scale information found on the PSc,End Marriage/Partnership tab page. If this information does not exist, the calculation is made with the pay scale information for basic pay from the date of the end of the marriage or registered partnership. If this information also does not exist, you are prompted to enter the missing pay scale information.

If you do not want to calculate the increase percentage, you can choose the No Ind. Increase checkbox or enter each increase percentage manually.

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History

SAP  20130529