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Payroll salary rules ... python code require

Debashis Das
on 7/18/13, 3:52 AM 5,434 views

In HR Payroll module...I just want to avoid scheduling process for working days calculation..rather calculate it manually.

Ex. I have created 2 nos. field (float) "Calendar Days" (x_cd) and "Working Days" (x_wd) in "Worked Days" lines in "Employee Payslip". Now I want to calculate it in the Salary Rules ex. HRA result = contract.wage x 0.200 x "Working Days" / "Calendar Days" i.e. if calendar days = 31 and after deducting 1 unpaid leave i.e. working days = 30, then the HRA will be calculated on 30 days basis.

Please help me to input the python code in HRA result or what will be the Quantity field code if we calculate on basis percentage.

Please note that I am working on v6.1



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On 7/18/13, 3:59 AM

Python code::::

datej = str(payslip.date_to)

datek = str(payslip.date_from)

dj = datej[-2:]


new = 0

while (x<=31):

x= x+1

if str(x) == dj or "0"+str(x) == dj:

new= x

dk = datek[-2:]


old = 0

while (y<=31):

y= y+1

if str(y) == dk or "0"+str(y) == dk:

old= y

no_of_days = new-old + 1

result = no_of_days

thanks..its works

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