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Definition

The internal table TIP (daily input) is the work table for time evaluation.

Use

The time pairs determined on the basis of the time postings are inserted in TIP. In the course of time evaluation, the time pairs in TIP are processed, changed and made available for further processing.

Structure

TIP provides the input of the previous results for the respective processing step. The time pairs are then transferred individually to a personnel calculation rule for processing. After processing, the new results are inserted in the internal table TOP (daily output). There are no more time pairs in TIP at this stage. TOP is renamed as TIP for the next function, so that further processing can be performed from a different perspective.

Table TIP

Column

Meaning

Start / End

Decimalized start and end times

1

Status 1: Status from pair formation

0 or BLANK = Pair is complete

2 = No clock-in (first time event of the day is missing)

3 = No clock-out (last time event of the day is missing)

4 = No end time for break. Employee is absent for a brief period. The system expects a second time event

7 = No start time for off-site work

8 = No end time for off-site work

E = Order confirmation missing

A = Delimited in time evaluation

P

Pair type

0 = Non-recorded time

1 = At work (Time Events infotype (2011), clock-in/clock-out entry, planned pair according to daily work schedule)

2 = Recorded absence (Absences infotype (2001))

3 = Off-site work or recorded attendance (infotype 2002)

ID

Time identifier: Relation to daily work schedule

01 = Overtime (time outside of daily work schedule)

02 = Fill time

03 = Core time

04 = Core time break

05 = Fill time break

06 = Paid break

07 = Unpaid overtime break

08 = Paid overtime break

09 = Overtime break

CT

Processing type/time type class

Note

The processing type/time type class is stored in the view Processing type and time type according to attendance/absence class (T555Y).

C

Processing Type

- = Pair is deleted at a later stage

BLANK = Pair not counted as productive time

S = Planned working time pair

M = Overtime

A = Absence pair included in the calculation of planned working time

P = Attendance pair included in the calculation of planned working time

K = Core night work

TTyp

Time type

Note

The time types are stored in view V_T555A, Time Types.

BR

Start time event type

Time event type of first entry

ER

End time event type

Time event type of last entry

C

Overtime compensation type

BLANK = Remuneration

1 = Remuneration (basic pay plus overtime bonus)

2 = Basic pay

3 = Compensation (time off)

O

Origin indicator of time pair

E = Time event

O = Overtime from Overtime infotype (2005)

A = Absence from Absences infotype (2001)

P = Attendance from Attendances infotype (2002)

R = Availability from Availability infotype (2004)

D = Generated planned pair

C = Attendance/absence reasons

I

Internal key for availability duty

Note

The internal key for availability duty is stored in view V_T557, Availability Types.

BPIN

Start attendance/absence type

EPIN

End attendance/absence type

PT

Pointer to attendance pairs from pair formation

Note

In order that table TIP is not supplied with too much information, further data which is relevant to the time pairs is stored in other tables. This division of the data is referred to as a split. Only the pointer to the respective data is listed in TIP.

The number listed under the table split refers to the relevant record in the table. The numbers in these tables are assigned consecutively.

AL

Pointer to different payment

C1

Pointer to cost distribution

AB

Pointer to absence pairs

No.

Number of hours of a time pair

 

 

 

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