HRPBS00CA004 - Method &1 is not implemented for calculation module &2 &3

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SAP Error Message - Details

  • Message type: E = Error

  • Message class: HRPBS00CA - HCM: Calculation Modules

  • Message number: 004

  • Message text: Method &1 is not implemented for calculation module &2 &3

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  • What causes this issue?

    The implementation of method &V1&, which is required for the
    calculation, does not exist for calculation module &V2& &V3&, which is
    defined in table V_T7PBSCA1A.

    System Response

    The system issues an error message and will not allow you to continue with this transaction until the error is resolved.

    How to fix this error?

    If the module is a standard SAP module and the class is a standard SAP
    class, contact the SAP Support Line.
    Otherwise, ensure that the method specified for your calculation module
    is implemented. You can use the examples of the standard calculation
    modules to help you do this.

    Procedure for System Administrators

    Error message extract from SAP system. Copyright SAP SE.


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