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  • Which Export Format the column is for
  • The Column Number
  • The Description of the Column
  • You will then use one of the four remaining columns to define what the system will pick up for that column:
    • 1) SuperannuationAmountColumnNumber - this is used for superannuation amounts and which .  Which column an amount is put into is defined in the Pay Code.
  • 2)
    • StandardValue:  A standard value that is commonly used and which is predefined by Synergetic.  This includes most values about employees and their super funds that are required in superannuation exports
  • 3) A fixed value
    • FixedValue - if this column needs to have a value that is the same for every employee that can be defined in this column
  • 4)
    • luPayrollSuperannuationAttributeSeq: A superannuation attribute.  This can be used to
  • put less commonly needed
    • rarely used values that Synergetic doesn't
  • always
    • store by default.  These are entered on the Payroll Maintenance > Super Funds > Attributes tab.


Step 3) Map your Superannuation Pay Codes to the correct Export Format and Column.

Step 4) Assign Super Attributes for an employee if needed.

Using the Superannuation Export

You can now use the export format in the Payroll Superannuation Export program:

Sample File produced with the above definition: