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ESS Time Recording Issue.

Hi all,

I am facing a weird problem in ESS Time Recording functionality. I have set the time valuation settings as "Tolerance below Target Hours 🤯 and reaction: Error" in CAC1.

Taking an example week of data entry:

Week Starting: 25/12/2006

Week Ending: 31/12/2006

Now, I enter the time data as below: For a work schedule of 8 hours.

25/12/2006 🤯

26/12/2006:8

27/12/2006:8

28/12/2006:8

29/12/2006:0

30/12/2006:0

31/12/2006:0

Now there are no error messages as would be required.

However, if I change the time data to:

25/12/2006 🤯

26/12/2006:8

27/12/2006:0

28/12/2006:8

29/12/2006:0

30/12/2006:0

31/12/2006:0

Here, I am getting error messages only for the 27th and not for 29th as I would expect it to work.

In other words, I am getting the error messages only when I am leaving a blank in between 2 days with values in it. This issue doesnt come up if I am entering some non-zero value- I mean if I am entering any non-zero value, then I am getting an error message irrespective of which day.

To make matters simple: If I am leaving a day blank in the start or in the end, then I am not getting an error message- though I would get an error message if I am entering any non-zero value(less than the planned working time). I am getting an error message if I leave a blank or record zero only in the middle of the week, with values entered on both the days preceding and following a particular day.

Have you encountered this problem? Is there any OSS notes that I can make use of in this regard. I did check the OSS notes summary. But I couldnt find anything that might help me. I am using ESS 5.0 and EP Webdynpro Front end.

Any help or pointer in this regard would be highly helpful.

Thanks,

Krish

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 11:41 PM

    Any pointers at all for this??

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