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by Dawn Burns, QA Manager, Howrey LLP | Kathy Howard, System Architect, EDS May 9, 2013
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A handy list of the six functions provided by transaction code PM01 – Enhance Infotypes.

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by Dawn Burns, QA Manager, Howrey LLP | Kathy Howard, System Architect, EDS March 4, 2013
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Helpful tips to keep in mind when working with infotypes.


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by Satish Badgi, HCM Consultant December 15, 2008
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See how to take a comprehensive approach to managing historical data from start to finish during an SAP ERP HCM implementation.

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by Kathy Howard, System Architect, EDS May 15, 2008
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Employee Self-Service (ESS) consists of many components that work together under a supporting architecture. Learn ESS concepts and terminology from this basic introduction.

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by Kathy Howard, System Architect, EDS May 15, 2008
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You may be evaluating SAP Employee Self-Service (ESS) for your company or perhaps you need to get up to speed with the technical and functional aspects of ESS. If so, but you’re not familiar with ESS terminology, read this quick tip (which is applicable to both SAP ERP Central Component [ECC] 5.0 and 6.0) to get you started.


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by Dawn Burns, QA Manager, Howrey LLP | Kathy Howard, System Architect, EDS July 15, 2004
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You need to maintain bank routing number information in your system for all employees whose pay is directly deposited into their accounts. Many companies pay for this information, but here’s how you can use a free current bank routing number directory to update your SAP system.

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by Dawn Burns, QA Manager, Howrey LLP | Kathy Howard, System Architect, EDS July 15, 2004
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Various interface types are used in ESS implementations: reports use the SAPGUI for HTML interface, updates to infotypes use the EWT functionality, and the inbox and record working time functionalities use ESS templates. Read this quick tip for some techniques for when to use which.

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by Dawn Burns, QA Manager, Howrey LLP | Kathy Howard, System Architect, EDS August 15, 2003
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Many R/3 users need to store data that does not fit into a standard infotype. Using methods provided by SAP, they can create customer-specific infotypes or extend existing ones to meet their needs. The authors discuss some considerations in making the decision about which option to use, and give you some time-saving hints from their personal experience. They also provide an overview of the building blocks involved in creating a Personnel Administration infotoype.


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by Kathy Howard, System Architect, EDS | Dawn Burns, QA Manager, Howrey LLP May 15, 2003
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If your company uses Employee Self-Service (ESS), you may not want employees to be able to maintain certain infotypes or subtypes. The authors show how to deactivate an infotype.

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by Kathy Howard, System Architect, EDS | Dawn Burns, QA Manager, Howrey LLP May 15, 2003
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As of Release 4.5, R/3 provides infotype-subtype configuration that allows you to indicate which countries can use an infotype. It allows you to omit invalid choices so that end users don't select them by mistake.