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Time Managers Workplace (PTMW)

Jul 31, 2017 at 09:50 AM


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I have recently configured TMW for my organisation however there is one outstanding requirement I am unsure on how to complete.

I have maintained the qualifications catalogue in OOQA:

I have also assigned the qualifications the relevant employees in IT0024, however, the administrator needs to be able to bring up a list of employees with each specific qualification. I need to create 8 selection ID's for each qualification which when selected returns the employees who have that particular qualification assigned in IT0024. The administrator needs this functionality as they rota/schedule employees dependent on their particular skill set.

I think this is the area of the IMG I need to do this in but can anyone shed any light as to exactly how I achieve this?


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Brendan Gibbons Aug 01, 2017 at 11:37 AM


I have not used qualifications so maybe what I describe may not work in exactly the same manner with IT0024 but at least it may give you a steer on how to proceed. Under selection IDs I have implemented as follows.

This allows you setup multiple filters against multiple fields on one or more info types.

You then define a grouping and link you selection id (or multiple IDs) to it. The Grouping will subsequently get linked to a profile.



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Ah yes, I have set up many selection ID's for the administrator which looks at certain fields within infotypes, however, as a qualification is an object and not a field name within an infotype I am unsure on how to proceed.

I have tried defining ranges within tables but I can't seem to get it to work with a Q object.


Suspected that may have been the case but !

Never done it but in the same section using Structure -> Root Objects it appears to be possible to use an evaluation path and drive off a specific object maybe worth investigation.

Best of luck.