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PCRs and Schemas

Dear Guru's

I need your help on how to navigate between sections (i.e., how the work flow of the time evaluation schema execution calls different sections in the right order) and how to organise PCRs using these sections.

Thanks

Emmanuel

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2014 at 06:09 PM

    Check the Wiki section of this site

    (ERP Human Capital Management - ERP Human Capital Management - SCN Wiki)

    and search elsewhere on the web as there are lots of documents on the subject.

    You could also execute Time Evaluation for one employee, for a specific day and retroactive to that same day, in test mode with the "Display Log" box checked.

    Once the log is on screen, you can open one folder at a time to see the different sections and drill down into them to see the functions used and their processing.

    Note that Texts added in the schema appear in the Log (but all ours were configured in French so they don't show up with an English Log-on, except the occasionnal one that was configured in EN).


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  • Posted on Jan 09, 2014 at 04:39 PM

    Hi ,

    how the work flow of the time evaluation schema execution calls different sections in the right order- For your requirment , use HR forms and process- Time admin executes the time evaluation report weekly or daily it will triggered to differnt agents.

    No need PCR and schemas while you doing this process.

    Thanks

    Siva

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