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ever wondered whats the purpose of Navigation stack in Payroll or Time Schema or PCR?

Navigation stack helps you show the  Subschema or PCR’s  accessed and the first entry is the object you last accessed.Let me illustrate this with the snapshotspretty handy one,huh!

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PCR X015 using TCD PE02

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from X015 navigating to X016

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now when we click Stack(Shift+F4) or Goto ->Stack it will show in a new pop up window X015 which was first accessed

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and when click on X015 and try the same it will result in showing the Navigation Stack is empty as anticipated

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      Author's profile photo Rajesh Kumar Burra
      Rajesh Kumar Burra

      Good one Thank you

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      Thanks rajesh

      Author's profile photo omid daghdar
      omid daghdar

      Thanks and just a question. How would I use this option during running schema?

      Just for information to show me where I have came into a PCR? You know you can do it by double click on original PCR in output log and it will show you in detail which PCRs is the first then under which condition PCR goes which one and so on.

      I hope I have good explained my question.

      Omid

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      i reckon it will show PCR ,doubt it will show schema like what we see before processing.pl  try this run payroll highhight pcr and click go to ->ispaly calculation rule(ctrl+F5) and the click on Goto->stack(Shift+F4)..

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      Thanks Omid

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      Hello dude,

      Thanks,nice post and useful.

      Warm Regards,

      Jayasree D

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      Thanks Jayasree

      Author's profile photo Venkat Dasika
      Venkat Dasika

      Nice one! thank you!

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      Thanks venkat