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Difference between Processing Class 20 and Class 30
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Hello,

I understand that in PC -20 we assign the value in RT table and in PC-30 we assign it in CRT (Cumulative Result table), can anybody explain it with example? I am getting confused with cumulative term in both classes. 

Great thanks in advance Gurus


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  • 23 Aug 2013 7:06 am

    Processing class 20 is 'Cumulation and storage at end of gross part': means how do you want to cumulate and store the results after the gross calculation. In other words PCL 20 is used for the computation of Actual basis. 

    For example - Take a case of ESI - /112 is the actual esi basis wage type which is getting generated in processing of X023 operated by PCL 20. so X023 is the international rule which use PCL 20. 

    Processing class 30 is 'Cumulation update': means how do you want the cumulation to update e.g. according to the table T54C3, or in the current year etc.

  • 23 Aug 2013 10:50 am
    Hi,

    PCL 20 is used for the computation of Actual basis.
    For example - Take a case of ESI -
    /112 is the actual esi basis wage type which is getting generated in processing of X023 operated by PCL 20.

    Processing class 30 is 'Cumulation update': means how do you want the cumulation to update e.g. according to the table T54C3, or in the current year, etc.

    Thanks
  • amit butola
    23 Aug 2013 10:51 am
    Can you please elaborate PCL 20 example in more detailed way?

    Thanks in advance
  • amit butola
    26 Aug 2013 7:04 am
    Hi,

    In Schema, we have 3 major points where our payments & deductions get moved to RT.
    i.e PCL 03 (through pcr X020) - all time payments will be moved to RT
    PCL 20 (through pcr X023) - all other remaining payments will be moved to RT
    PCL 41 (through pcr X024) - all deductions will be moved to RT

    Where as PCL 30 is used to cumulate all payments based on table T54C3 or in the current year which are used for further information or calculation purpose.

    Thanks
  • 26 Aug 2013 7:05 am
    PCl's are used depending on the country's payroll schema, for adding to RT, whether cumulation is required or not, etc. Customizing schema / PCR may also use pcl's not normally used by SAP

    In many cases, a w/t is added to RT even w/o using pcl - particularly tech w/t's, e/g, /411 etc.

    In Australian payroll,
    - pcl 82 is also used in the superannuation calc schema to add to RT
    - pcl 76 is used to add to RT in different points of the payroll schema
    - pcl 66 - in taxation over-ride to add to RT
    - pcl 21 - for fixed tax w/t's to add to RT
    - pcl 05 - in Q030 or X030 to add to RT at the end of payroll schema
  • 26 Aug 2013 7:05 am
    Great Thanks,

    You mean all payments ,not related to Time will be assigned PCL- 20
    ....right

    Thanks for clarifying

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