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POSTED BY Ananth TM on 4:41 AM under ,
To make integration between PA and OM (also read as integration between PA and PD)

IMG--> PA--> OM--> Basic settings --> integration-->set up integration with PA

set the integration switch PLOGI ORGA to X
Table T77S0 is the major table for OM - PA integration



Reports in relation to PA - OM


Report RHINTE00 is used to transfer data from PA to OM
RHINTE10 is to transfer OM data to PA tables
RHINTE30 is to update IT0001 (org assignment) for the person you have selected
RHINTE20 is to determine whether the data relevant for integration is available in PA and OM

Overview

It is important to realize that in PA, there are tables that contain objects from OM, i.e. for those items displayed on infotype 0001 Organizational Assignment. Sometimes the tables can get ‘out of step’ with those in PD – table HRP1000.

The tables are:

T513, T513S Object type C (Job)

T528B, T528T Object types S (Position) and A (Work center)

T527X Object type O (Organizational unit)


RHINTE00
This loops through all employees in PA by looking at positions on infotype 0001. It checks thecorresponding person to position relationship exists in PD (A008), if not it is created.

RHINTE10
Generally, the program RHINTE20 will be used instead of this one. This program loops through the PD table HRP1000. For each job, position, work centre and organization unit, corresponding entry is created in the PA tables, which are shown above. Run this with evaluation path o_s_p, which runs through Org units, jobs and positions or find a suitable alternative if you wish to update work centers also. The main difference with this program as opposed to RHINTE20 is that this one has the option to delete items from the PA tables, which no longer exist in PD.

RHINTE20
This program loops through the PD table HRP1000. For each job, position, work centre andorganization unit, corresponding entry is created in the PA tables, which are shown above. Run this with evaluation path o_s_p, which runs through Org units, jobs and positions or find a suitable alternative if you wish to update work centers also.
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