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Rounding the time

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In our company,for some employees absence should be conted as 1.33 *recorded absence hours.At the end of calculation,I would like to round the hours to the nearest value.Can anyone suggest how to write a rule to round these hours.When I tried by using ROUND operator the TIP entry was getting changed but not the numberof abcent hours.

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    Posted on Apr 24, 2007 at 04:30 AM

    hi vdasika

    see you can go to img-time management-time data recording-absenece-absence catalog- define rounding rules there you have to give whether you are doing rounding up or down there you have to give lower limit and upper limit and target value and roound rule

    for ex

    lower limit 1.5 upper limit 2.5 target value 2.0 and rounding (check box will be there click that check box so that it is applicable to all intervals ok like that you have to define so many limits till what you want and this should be assigned to counting rule when you do the counting rule down you have rounding rule,multiple first, round first which option your client requires you have to give that i hope you understood

    bye

    naveen

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    Posted on Apr 24, 2007 at 12:15 PM

    Thanks.

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