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Record working time - link not showing

Hi,

when calling the working time area in ESS I do not see the "record working time" link.

I believe this link should be generated dynamically via proxy class: CL_XSS_CAT_1_AREA_PAGE, but when debugging this class it seems to be adding service "EMPLOYEE_WORKTIME_RELEASEWORKTIME_DIS05" (the disabled version) to the page instead of EMPLOYEE_WORKTIME_RECORDWORKTIME.

I need a hint what is causing this.

BR Olof

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    Posted on Sep 17, 2010 at 11:53 AM

    Well...

    The homepage framework wasn't able to locate the PCD of the resource (recorded working time and release working time), so I added it.

    I do however not understand why the PCD of a resource (in standard) suddenly goes missing?

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  • Posted on Sep 17, 2010 at 11:57 AM

    you should check your resource and service key to which proxy class being added ie

    EMPLOYEE_RECORDWORKTIME_SERVICE05

    also check if SelfServicesGenerics is set up with correct user autho

    ie

    CL_XSS_CAT_1_AREA_PAGE in service EMPLOYEE_WORKTIME_PROXYWORKTIME05

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    • Former Member

      Hmm this is interesting. Guess that's reason even when i am trying to call pdc location of iview "Record Working Time" it is unable to load fpm application based changes and some of personalizations.

      Wondering if there is any way to generate or find absolute path to run these application, as they are running on Portal(it works just fine when i launch from my ESS role).

      http watch was not great help.. 😔

      Cheers,

      Sudhir

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