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Accessing the documentation of the French Payroll DSN in English and French

Dear SAP Payroll France Customer,

The DSN is a simplified way for companies to report salaries and employee social data to authorities. It is progressively replacing the entire French legal reporting process based on two principles:

  • A monthly and dematerialized digital transmission
  • Additional information sent when an employee: Leaves the company, is on leave (e.g. sickness, maternity etc.), returns to work after his/her leave.

To support you during the implementation, we deliver for each new development topic in Phase 3 configuration guides and step by step documentation in French and English. To make it easier to search what you want, the following includes the current access points:

    • Google: Specify DSN Electronic Reporting DSN to get the documentation published in the SAP Library. Currently, this documentation is only available in English.
    • Service Market Place (http://service.sap.com/hrfr) Resources -> Preliminary Docu. Be aware that this content is only accessible for S-Users.We are permanently looking for new ways how to improve our services and appreciate your feedback. Feel free to reach out.
Chers clients de la DSN,

Pour accéder aux documents dédiés à la DSN publiés en français, visitez le site Service Market Place (http://service.sap.com/hrfr). Cliquez sur Ressources et sélectionnez DSN ou encore Preliminary Docu. Vous accédez à cet espace uniquement si vous êtes un utilisateur de type S.
Donnez-nous votre avis.

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  • Bonjour Jessica,
    Juste un petit mot pour mentionner que j’ai eu une erreur lorsque j’ai tenté d’accéder à l’hyperlien fourni (http://service.sap.com/hrf), mais que j’ai quand même été en mesure d’accéder à la documentation en accédant au site http://service.sap.com/hrcanada et en utilisant le menu à gauche pour changer de zone et de pays.

    Just a note that I had errors when trying to access the French site, but ended up going through the Canadian site and using the left hand menu to access it.