SAP HR : SAP handles all aspects of human resources. The main activities are personnel administration and development, training, and organization plans. Also payroll (wages) are handled in SAP HR, and this is fully integrated to SAP finance
Human resources is a term which is described as the combination of traditionally administrative personnel functions with performance management, employee relations and resource planning.
The objective of SAP HR is to maximize the return on investment from the organization's human capital and minimize financial risk. It supports the human resource managers to conduct these activities in an effective, legal, fair, and consistent manner. HR Module TABLE:
All personnel administration tables start with PA and the infotype number behind it.
All personnel development/OM tables start with HRP and infotype (e.g. 1000) behind it.
All recruitment tables start with PB and infotype number behind it.
There also are HR tables that start with HRA, HPD, HRT, etc. The easy way to get a list is to use SAP's 'Application Hierarchy', transaction SE81 (select all HR modes in the tree that you are want a list of tables for, click on the 'Information System' button, under Abap Dictionary --> Basic Objs, double click on 'database tables', increase your 'maximun no. of hits' and execute).
Use transaction se11...type in PA* do dropdown and enter, do the same for HRP* and you will have most of the HR transaparent Tables. To access them look for RP_read_* and RP_provide* in Table TRMAC to read a infotype or use the 'select' statement to access the Transparent table.
Transaction SE16 (data browser) is also useful. As mentioned above, the PA infotype tables all begin with PA and are followed by the infotype number e.g. PA0001 for the Org Man infotype.
PA* - PA infotype tables
PCL* - HR clusters
PB* - recruitment tables
PCERT - payroll posting runs For SAP CORPORATE TRAINING and any query regarding various SAP Modules please feel free to contact us. Akash Kumar Asthana 09035888988 / 09986633201