About the Site Dependent Info Infotype (1027)


Infotype with which a calendar can be related to an organizational unit.


Days on which there is no work are defined in the calendar. Examples of such days are

  • Civic or religious holidays
  • Any nonworking day unique to a company

For Organizational Management purposes, it is not mandatory to maintain the infotype there, since calendar data provides information only.

However, the Training and Event Management and Shift Planning components of HR do require this information. These modules check calendars, to ensure business events and shifts are planned for days when businesses operate. If you plan to use Training and Event Management or Shift Planning, you must provide calendar information.

A default factory calendar must be set for these two modules. For Training and Event Management, maintain the entry SEMIN ORTCA in table T77S0. For Shift Planning, maintain the entry PEINS CALID in the same table . (Refer to the Personnel Management section of the Implementation Guide (IMG).)

The Site Dependent Info applies only to organizational units and locations whose calendars differ from the default. Use the infotype to identify the correct calendar for the organizational unit, or location, in use.