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Positive Time Management

Hi,

I have a peculiar scenario in Positive Time Management with four swipes all by the same person and all on the same day.

Swipe A at 09:00 hours.

Swipe B at 12:00 noon.

Swipe C is at 14:00 hours

Swipe D is at 18:00 hours the same day.

Now under default settings, system evaluates A as a clock-in and B as a clock-out.

And a similar treatment for C & D.

That means working time is a total of 7 hours [ ( 9-12) and (14-18)]

The gap between 12:00 noon and 14:00 hours is not considered for the working hours calculation.

Normally, that's the right treatment.

But, here is the 'special' scenario.

I want system to evaluate Swipe A(09:00 hours) as clock-in and Swipe D(18:00 hours) as clock-out bypassing swipes B & C.

Is that possible??

I have a feeling, PCR will play a part in this.

But that's only my gut leveraging on my ignorance.

Kindly provide inputs and solutions.

Thanks and Regards,

Vj Vijay

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2009 at 08:59 AM

    Check Break work schedule and accordingly make changes in Schema and rules.

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2009 at 08:59 AM

    HI,

    We had a same scenario for one of our client.

    Since we are reading time from third party system, the solution we provided is through ABAP program.

    This ABAP program will read all P10 P20 for a person and keeps first P10 and Last P20 by eliminating other entries. This new refreshed file used to uploaded into system using RPTEUP10. This is the bettter solutio than PCR.

    With Regards

    Shyam V

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      Ya true.

      But we need to put lot of checks in the custom ABAP program.

      If there are no shifts which are over the day then the problem is simple.

      We can take the first entry as Time In as to whatever P10 or P20comes in file .

      And last entry of the day whether it is P10 or P20 we will consider that as Time Out,

      Thanks,

      Sutapa.

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2009 at 01:08 PM

    Thank you friends - Hitesh,Shyam and Nandi - good inputs.

    Regards,

    Vj Vijay

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