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Positive time management

Hello Gurus

My client is planning to shift from negative time management to positive time management. In positive time management they r not going for any interface between external recording system and sap time management. They will upload the clock in and clock out time from the path provided by external recording system where they will save these time events.

Can u please tell me what all configuration do i require to do and how the data will be uploaded from local system so that it gets reflected in IT2011. What changes do i have to do in time evaluation for positive time management.

Waiting to hear from u guys soon.. Please reply soon...

Edited by: Jayendra SONSURKAR on Oct 7, 2008 1:00 PM

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Oct 07, 2008 at 08:58 PM

    Dear Jayendra,

    First up, the Time Mgmt Status of the employees should be set to 1.

    Then, IT 0050 needs to be maintained for these employees for them to have a time rec ID. This is necessary for time capture through IT 2011.

    Negative may mean they had been using schema TM01 for time evaluation. Now TM00 will be used.

    Entered through system, these entries will automatically be mapped to time event types (P10 - Clock-in, P20 -clock out, P15 - Break in , P25 break out... P30 onwards for off-site work). 2011 works in conjuction with the TEVEN table.

    And this is just the beginning...

    +ve time eval is more hellish to handle than -ve... much more fun too.

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    • Former Member

      Hi Experts,

      My client is going for positive time mgt (with clock times).

      Can any one explain 0050 infotype with all input fields (in detail)

      Request to give necessary guide lines on positive time pl.

      thanks & Regards


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