Posting for payroll-Mid Year Go Live

Dear Friends,
We are going live in Payroll on August.I have some clarifications regarding the leagacy data upload, kindly calrify
1.After uploading Data from April 2008 to July 2008 , if i run payroll thru INLK schema, do i need to do Payroll FI posting for each month from april to July, is it necessary.
2.when running past payroll , should i need to run payroll separately for April, May , June, July or can i run all the 4 months payroll at once after updating table T558B & T558c.
3.Any other prerquisites to be considered before or uploading legacy data.
Experts plz advice.
Rgd,
Sekar.

Hi Shekar,
After uploding those two tables u have to run the payroll for all the months seperatly by using INLK schema.
But make sure that u have uploaded the technical wage types also like PF, ESI, PT, IT etc.
Payroll posting not required.
SAP HCM

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    /103     One-time SI payment
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    /111     Other gross tax amount
    /113     Sev.yr gross tax amount
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    /120     Other insurance ind.
    /124     M.insurance ind.
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    /127     Tax-free ATE
    /154     Progression clause
    /159     Gross trade tax
    /160     Mutual indem.soc. - gross
    /175     Onetime payment SI CrPrp
    /176     Other tax gross crtn prp
    /201     Average bases
    /202     Average bases
    /261     Employee SI shares
    /264     Tax-free ER HI allowance
    /265     taxable EE SI shares
    /310     HI est.gross curr.remun.
    /311     PI est.gross curr.remun.
    /312     UI est.gross curr.remun.
    /313     HI est.gross curr.total
    /314     PI est.gross curr.total
    /316     PI GrAssessAmtIncrease ER
    /317     PIGrAssessAmtIncrease  EE
    /318     PI increase    ER
    /319     SR stat.PI supp. OP ER
    /31A     RWH PI est.gr.PH day(cur)
    /31B     BWP HI est.gr.PH day(cur)
    /31C     RWH HI est.gross (curr)
    /31D     BWP HI est.gross (curr)
    /31E     RWH PI est.gr.PH day(cur)
    /31F     BWP PI est.gr.PH day(cur)
    /31I     RWH UI est.gr.PH day(cur)
    /31J     BWP UI est.gr.PH day(cur)
    /31M     RHC PI est.gross DUEVO
    /31N     BWP PI est.gross DUEVO
    /31O     RWH UI est.gross DUEVO
    /31P     BWP UI est.gross DUEVO
    /320     HI est.gross 1-time paym.
    /321     PI est.gross 1-time paym.
    /322     UI est.gross 1-time paym.
    /323     HI est.gross 1-time total
    /324     PI est.gross 1-time total
    /329     SR stan. PI ***.gr.OO ER
    /32E     HI gross curr. PT EE
    /32F     HI gross OP part-time EE
    /32G     PI gross reg. PT EE
    /32H     PI gross OP PT EE
    /32I     PI gross reg. PT EE liab
    /32J     PI gross OP PT EE liable
    /32K     PI supp. PT EE liable
    /32L     PI supp. part-time EE
    /333     HI est.gross total pre.yr
    /334     PI est.gross total pre.yr
    /339     SR stand.PI asGr.suppl.
    /340     PR diff. AAT HI curr.year
    /341     PR diff. AAT PI curr.year
    /342     PR diff. AAT UI curr.year
    /346     PR diff. AAT HI prev.year
    /347     PR diff. AAT PI prev.year
    /348     PR diff. AAT UI prev.year
    /349     SR standard OP correction
    /350     HI EE share, curr.remun.
    /351     HI ER share, curr.remun.
    /352     HI EE share, 1-time paym.
    /353     HI ER share, 1-time paym.
    /356     HI EE share, prev.year
    /357     HI ER share, prev.year
    /358     ER HI allowance
    /359     ER allow.HI private supp.
    /35A     RWH HI ER share pub.hol.
    /35B     BWP HI ER share pub.hol.
    /35C     RWH HI ER share (curr.)
    /35D     BWP HI ER share (curr.)
    /35E     RHC ER HI allowance
    /35F     BWP ER HI allowance
    /35J     ded.contrib.HI addit. 1
    /35K     ded.contrib.HI addit. 2
    /35L     ded.contrib.HI addit. 3
    /35M     ded.contrib.HI addit. 4
    /35N     ded.contrib.HI addit. 5
    /35R     WCC HI ER share (curr.)
    /35S     WCC ER HI allowance
    /35V     WCC ES ER HI share
    /35W     HI ER cont. reg. PT EE
    /35X     HI ER cont. OP PT EE
    /360     PI EE share curr.remun.
    /361     PI ER share curr.remun.
    /362     PI EE share 1-time paym.
    /363     PI ER share 1-time paym.
    /366     PI EE share prev.year
    /367     PI ER share prev.year
    /368     ER PI allowance
    /369     ER allowance, limited PI
    /36A     RWH PI ER share pub.hol.
    /36B     BWP PI ER share pub.hol.
    /36C     RWH PI ER share (curr)
    /36D     BWP PI ER share (curr)
    /36E     RHC ER PI allowance
    /36F     WC ER PI allowance
    /36J     ded.contrib. PI supp. 1
    /36K     ded.contrib. PI supp. 2
    /36L     ded.contrib. PI supp. 3
    /36M     ded.contrib. PI supp. 4
    /36N     ded.contrib.PI supp. 5
    /36P     PI increase share      ER
    /36Q     Increase supplement ER
    /36R     BWP allow.PI ER share
    /36S     WC allow.PI ER share
    /36T     SR stan.PI ER sh.supp.OP
    /36U     SR stan.PI ER sh.supp.
    /36V     WCC ES PI ER share
    /36W     PI ER cont. reg. PT EE
    /36X     PI ER cont.reg.PT EE liab
    /36Y     PI ER cont.reg.PT EE liab
    /36Z     PI EE supp. PT EE liable
    /370     UI EE share curr.remun.
    /371     UI ER share curr.remun.
    /372     UI EE share 1-time paym.
    /373     UI ER share 1-time paym.
    /376     UI EE share prev.year
    /377     UI ER share prev.year
    /378     ER UI allowance
    /37A     RHC UI ER share pub.hol.
    /37B     WC UI ER share pub.hol.
    /37W     PI ER cont. OP PT EE
    /37X     PI EE cont.OP PT EE liab
    /37Y     PI ER cont.OP PT EE liab
    /381     Ded.contrib.voluntary HI
    /389     EE expenses for PI
    /399     PI ER liable share limit.
    /3A0     Semiret.free supp.
    /3A1     SR stan. free suppl.PYr
    /3A2     SR stan.suppl.prev.year
    /3AA     PI semiret.supp.ER
    /3AB     PI SR gr.***.amt.supp.ER
    /3DA     SR stat. PI suppl. ER
    /3DB     SR stat. PI gross supp.ER
    /3DC     SR stat.PI suppl.OP ER
    /3DD     SR stat.PI gross.OPsuppER
    /3DE     SRstat.pr diff.AAT PI y-0
    /3DF     SR stat. pr diff. AAT y-1
    /3DG     SR stat. free supplement
    /3DH     SR stat. free supp. PY
    /3DI     SR stat.supp.prev.year
    /3DJ     SR stat. PI ER sh. supp.
    /3DK     SR stat. PI ER sh.supp OP
    /3DL     SR stat.PI ER sh.suppOPPY
    /3DM     SR stat. OP correction
    /3DN     SR stat. ER bonus suppl.
    /3DP     SR stat.PI gr.supp.OP PY
    /3KA     HI RHC g.a.a.total
    /3KB     PI RHC g.a.a.total
    /3KC     NI RHC g.a.a.total
    /3KD     HI BWP g.a.a.total
    /3KE     PI BWP g.a.a.total
    /3KF     NI BWP g.a.a.total
    /3KG     HI BWP g.a.a.total
    /3KH     PI BWP g.a.a.total
    /3KI     NI BWP g.a.a.total
    /3KJ     BWP HI gr.***.amt.(curr)
    /3KK     BWP PI gr.***.amt.(curr)
    /3KL     BWP NI gr.***.amt.(curr)
    /3P8     PR diff.AAT NI curr.year
    /3P9     PR diff.AAT NI prev.year
    /3PA     NI est.gross curr.remun.
    /3PB     NI est.gross curr.total
    /3PC     NI est.gross 1-time paym.
    /3PD     NI est.gross 1-time total
    /3Q0     NI EE share curr.remun.
    /3Q1     NI ER share curr.remun.
    /3Q2     NI EE share one-time pay.
    /3Q3     NI ER share one-time pay.
    /3Q6     NI EE share prev.year
    /3Q7     NI ER share prev.year
    /3Q8     ER NI allowance
    /3Q9     ER NI allow.private supp.
    /3QA     RHC NI ER share pub.hol.
    /3QB     BWP NI ER share pub.hol.
    /3QC     RHC NI ER share (curr.)
    /3QD     BWP NI ER share (curr.)
    /3QE     RHC ER NI allowance
    /3QF     WC ER NI allowance
    /3QR     Ded.contrib./voluntary NI
    /3QT     WCC NI ER contrib. (reg.)
    /3QU     WCC ER NI allowance
    /3QV     WCC AA ER NI contrib.
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    /402     other employment tax
    /404     m.employment tax
    /408     Lump-sum employ tax/ER
    /409     Lump-sum employ tax/EE
    /40B     curr.reunification tax
    /40C     m.reunification tax
    /40D     Lump-sum reunif.tax/EE
    /40E     Lump-sum reunif.tax/ER
    /40F     other reunification tax
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    /412     Number of interruptions
    /41C     BMG §40(2) S.2
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    /441     tax-free transport allow.
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    /448     ***.exemption/car
    /449     ***.exemption/cap.form.
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    /491     CTax EE (current+other)
    /492     CT/spouse (current+other)
    /493     CTax EE (m.+half)
    /494     CT/spouse (m.+half)
    /4KG     Child allowance
    /521     current church tax
    /522     other church tax
    /524     m.church tax
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    /529     CTax lump-sum EE
    /611     Supp. 1 sem.ret.
    /612     Supp. 2 sem.ret.
    /61A     SR stat. supplement 1
    /61B     R stat. supplement 2
    /692     RHC payment effected
    /693     BWP payment effected
    /69Z     RHC/BWP legal Payment
    /329     SR stan. PI ***.gr.OO ER
    /340     PR diff. AAT HI curr.year
    /341     PR diff. AAT PI curr.year
    /342     PR diff. AAT UI curr.year
    /3A0     Semiret.free supp.
    /3AB     PI SR gr.***.amt.supp.ER
    /3DB     SR stat. PI gross supp.ER
    /3DD     SR stat.PI gross.OPsuppER
    /3DE     SRstat.pr diff.AAT PI y-0
    /3P8     PR diff.AAT NI curr.year
    /431     ***. exemption comp.
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    Devi.,

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