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FIORI Timesheet entry

Hello Friends,

I am working on the FIORI timesheet entry app and I have some queries. In ECC, there are lot of enhancements been done in CAT2. They are -

1. Auto populate remaining time if not entered according to planned working hours. E.g - If emp. enters 6 hours a day for the week and if he has not entered remaining 2 hours, auto populate remaining hours while releasing the timesheet.

2. For specific attendance type, only CC & WBS are allowed and for remaining attendance type only CC are allowed.

3. If emp. didn't enter CC, then enter Home CC from 0315.

4. Auto-populate Overtime & Double time according to hours worked in a day which is more than planned working hours in a day and should be greyed out (Non-editable).

Is this a possibility to do it in FIORI app.



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    Posted on Jun 06, 2014 at 02:34 PM

    Yes Srikanth. All these can be done in a Fiori app by extending the Fiori app. You would need extension of the UI as well as gateway services for timesheet fiori app.

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  • Posted on Jun 06, 2014 at 08:16 AM

    Any update on the feasibility.

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  • Posted on Jun 09, 2014 at 03:54 AM

    Hi Srikanth,

    Point number 2 - this can be acheived by using CAT6 user exit (which is used for validating timesheet records). Since you are already using CAT2 transaction, this should already be supported in Fiori timesheet (if you have used CAT6 user exit).

    For the rest of the points you would need to extend the application, kindly refer to the following doc by Masa:

    SAP Fiori UX - Extensibility

    Kind regards,


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