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ESS Timesheet error with Clock Times

Hi everyone,

Has anyone seen this issue? (ERP 6.0, EP 7):

Timesheet data entry profile is configured 'With Clock Times' and WITHOUT 'Release on Saving'. On the daily view of the timesheet, when clock times are entered and Refresh or Review is depressed, the number of hours is populated and the following error displays:

"Number of hours not valid when Start Time and End Time are entered"

This only displays:

- when the profile is configured without 'Release on Saving' checked. When it IS checked, the error goes away.

- from the daily view (no clock times on the Weekly View)

- in the portal timesheet, not via CAT2 in ECC

Any suggestions?

Thanks!

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    Posted on Oct 16, 2007 at 09:50 PM

    <u>Without checking 'Release on saving':</u> The system checks the number of hours value with the corresponding hours mentioned in IT0007.

    <u>On checking 'Release on saving':</u> It overwrites the number of hours stored in IT0007 in the back end system.

    This happens because this option has dependency with 'With Clock times' option. For this option, the system automatically deducts unpaid breaks, as determined in the employees's work schedule, when calculating the number of hours.

    If this helps, pl do reward.

    Thanks

    Narasimha

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    Posted on Oct 18, 2007 at 04:06 PM

    Did you test with those options?

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    Posted on Oct 22, 2007 at 12:57 AM

    Thank you for the reply. Our problem actually ended up being caused by custom code in a user exit. I appreciate your reply, and I am awarding you points for a helpful answer.

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