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Limit of Start clock-ins time to 7.50AM

Hi Experts,

Need your expert advice for the below requirement from Client.

Its related to SAP Time management - Time events.(2011)

Employee Planned working time starts from 7.50 AM and ends at 16.50 PM.

When employee punches morning time before 7.50 AM for example 7.30 AM or 7.00 AM. Time evaluation should take the start time as 7.50 AM irrespective of the time he punch before 7.50 AM and system should take the actual time after 7.50 AM.

I have maintained Planned working time as 7.50 AM to 16.50 PM in DWS. but its doesn't have any impact on time evaluation.

Can please provide your expect opinions.

Regards,

SAPUSER

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    Posted on May 11, 2015 at 01:22 PM

    Further, having a unique solution for just one WSR is not a wise nor economic basis to implement or maintain. There should be some sort of classification to identify such need. This requirement defies the normal standardizing conventions.

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  • Posted on May 11, 2015 at 07:56 AM

    Hi SAP User,

    Time evaluation will segregate the times as within and outside planned working times and accordingly process it.

    This is available in standard SAP.

    What is the business driver behind such a requirement?

    Can you please explain?

    Regards,

    Vivek

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    • Hi Ravi,

      During time evaluation run, data gets stored in internal tables and these don't get stored permanently. Only the time evaluation results get stored in B2 cluster and these also get refreshed with each run.

      Time types get stored in Table ZES and Table SALDO which are part of B2 cluster.

      Regards,

      Vivek

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