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by Rinky Karthik, Project Manager, HCM SuccessFactors, People LoB for itelligence August 22, 2012
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SAP HCM senior consultant, Rinky Karthik shows you how to modify transaction codes PA20, PA30, and PA40, and infotype screen headers to include non-standard required fields. She also illustrates how you can add employee snapshots, like personnel area, supervisor name, and cost center, in transaction code PA20, PA30, and PA40 headers. These steps, done properly, reduces your workload significantly and improves user experience.


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by A.J. Whalen, SAP Marketing Director, Velocity Technology Solutions March 8, 2012
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Learn how to use matrix organizations to avoid duplication of skills and provide more efficient reporting, task management, and resource planning.

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by Massimo Manara, SAP Security Consultant, Aglea s.r.l. April 25, 2011
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Learn how to set up a security-related organizational structure and what your options are for doing so.


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by Kehinde Eseyin, Security Architect May 21, 2010
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Learn best practices to enhance and optimize the process of structural authorization checks, such as using evaluation paths, creating indexes, and buffering large numbers of structural authorization check objects in the SAP memory via standard SAP reports.

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by Maria Nikolova, SAP Senior Expert, National Electricity Company January 15, 2007
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GuiXT is the standard SAP solution for SAP R/3 screen customization. Learn how to integrate images and screen tips using GuiXT without any ABAP code changes or IMG customization.

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by Heather Clubb, HRIS Strategic Business Analyst November 15, 2006
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Save time and avoid confusion about who reports to whom within a company by using your company’s existing organizational structure to set up a reportable hierarchical matrix.

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by Clay Molinari, SAP HR Consultant, C&C Savant, Inc. June 15, 2006
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Transaction S_AHR_61016380 (logged changes in infotype data) calls the RPUAUD00 report. Many SAP users monitor the data entry activities of their administrators with this report to create an audit trail of employee and applicant master data changes. A similar but much-less-known tool is available in SAP R/3 Release 4.7 and up to monitor changes to Personnel Development (PD) data. Find out how to activate this PD report in your system.

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by Sven Ringling, Executive Director, iProCon Human Capital Management December 15, 2005
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Most organizations do not take advantage of many Manager’s Desktop features. Learn advanced customizing and programming techniques, custom function codes, and useful tips for your implementation project.


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by Sven Ringling, Executive Director, iProCon Human Capital Management October 15, 2005
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Manager’s Desktop provides your line managers with tools and reports. You can implement it with little effort on the technical side, and in contrast to Manager Self-Service (MSS), it doesn’t require SAP Enterprise Portal.

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by Bianka Piehl, SAP AG | Maurice Hagen, SAP AG | Martina Schuh, SAP AG August 15, 2005
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You have the option in the Objective Setting and Appraisals (OSA) component to use structural authorizations to control access to appraisal documents. Two scenarios help you to understand the concept.

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by A.J. Whalen, SAP Marketing Director, Velocity Technology Solutions May 15, 2005
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You have two ways to track and report on changes to infotype and field data. Long- and short-term documents allow you to report on infotype changes in report form or to track changes to specific fields in combination with other fields. However, SAP’s use of “long term” and “short term” has a different meaning than you might expect.

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by A.J. Whalen, SAP Marketing Director, Velocity Technology Solutions April 15, 2005
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You can track unused positions in Organizational Management via vacancy processing as a part of an overall position-management process. In the absence of vacancy processing, you can track unused or “open” positions and modify them to display the proper staffing levels in a given organizational unit. Standard reports in R/3 provide the information necessary to manage open positions.

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by A.J. Whalen, SAP Marketing Director, Velocity Technology Solutions March 15, 2005
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You can use your Organizational Management (OM) functionality to create alternate scenarios such as a new organizational hierarchy without affecting your active plan version.

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by A.J. Whalen, SAP Marketing Director, Velocity Technology Solutions January 15, 2005
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You can control how your Personnel Development (PD) objects and structures react and relate to one another over time by properly using time constraints.

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by Clay Molinari, SAP HR Consultant, C&C Savant, Inc. December 15, 2004
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Companies implementing SAP HR often wish to retain the employee number from their pre-SAP system because it is deeply embedded in their corporate culture. The SAP personnel number field is frequently not able to accommodate this requirement. However, R/3 offers a way to store your legacy employee number in infotype 0032.


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by A.J. Whalen, SAP Marketing Director, Velocity Technology Solutions December 15, 2004
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The output of standard R/3 reports that monitor the Personnel Development database can shed light on areas that may benefit from cleanup of excess objects and infotypes or reduction of table size. Check out four of the reports to see which ones best meet your needs.


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by A.J. Whalen, SAP Marketing Director, Velocity Technology Solutions November 15, 2004
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Report RHUSERRELATIONS allows you to audit not only traditional roles assigned to a given user ID, but also structural access and even organizational relationships that can affect structural security for a user. No other standard report in R/3 combines both traditional and structural HR security in one format.

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by A.J. Whalen, SAP Marketing Director, Velocity Technology Solutions November 15, 2004
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R/3 Organizational Management allows you to configure and define objects and relationships to create non-hierarchical views of your organization. These views go across departmental and business lines and they provide more efficient reporting, task management, and resource planning. You can use matrix organizations in R/3 to display large, complex organizations or small, project-based groups.

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by Jocelyn Dart, Senior Solution Consultant, SAP Consulting October 15, 2004
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Companies are increasingly going to need HR reports based on information stored in various sources, including R/3, third-party tools, and the Internet. Business Information Warehouse (BW) provides that capability. The author has worked on numerous implementations of BW for HR, and explains some key considerations for companies thinking about their own BW for HR implementation.

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by A.J. Whalen, SAP Marketing Director, Velocity Technology Solutions August 15, 2004
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The integrity of your master data is vital to your business. Manual data entry is often the source of errors in master data. To minimize incorrect information in your system, you can use standard functionality to default commonly used master data values and processes.


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