Stephen's SAP Blog

I've recently started working on SAP HR (ECC 6). This blog is just somewhere for me to keep notes of things I've found like lists of transaction codes, infotypes &c. If it's useful to anyone else then great, if not then no worries.

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Thursday, 19 March 2009

OK, worked out how to turn on IT0105 STy0001

Pretty simple really. Just go into PA30 and create the infotype then put the username in the Id/Number field and click save.

IT0105 STy 0001

IT0105 is Communications, email addresses and the like.

Not been able to find out how to set it up yet but, you can use sub-type 1 to restrict what a user can do to their own record. This basically creates a link between a personnel record and an SAP username. Once setup that user may be able to lots of different things, change various infotypes, to other people's records but not their own.

The main thing is anything contract or pay related (IT0008, IT0001, IT0003 &c) cannot be changed by the person it relates to.

Wednesday, 4 March 2009

A few useful tranaction codes

  • PPOCE - Create Organisational Unit. Also used for creating positions in an org unit.

  • PPOME - Change (Maintain) Organisational Unit

  • PPOSE - Display Organisational Unit

  • PO13 - Maintain Position

  • PA40 - Personnel Action. Hiring, firing, contractual changes &c

  • PA20 - Display HR Master Data. View the various infotypes about an employee

  • PA30 - Maintain HR Master Data. View, add, update and delete various infotypes about an employee

  • pc_payresult - Display payroll results

  • S_AHR_61016358 - Reference Personnel Numbers. A really useful report if your organisation has multiple assignments (one person has more than one position with the employer this mostly only happens in large public sector bodies, e.g. someone works in a school as a cleaner but also works as a crossing warden ('Lollypop Person') and lunchtime supervisor at another school). A reference personnel number is the one for the primary post (usually the first). This report returns everyone who has a reference personnel number (i.e. everyone with a multiple assignment) and shows the list of positions they're in including the personnel numbers for those positions.