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Time Schema - PCR- Need Clarification

I am attempting to gain an understanding of a client's PCR(s). Please see below,,,,,, Please explain what this PCR is stating,,

Rule: ZP27 ESG for PCR : *

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  • DOUTTPVTYPE

  • DOUTTPPRTYP

  • **** DOUTTPVTYPE

  • **** * DOUTTPORIGS

  • * * * COLOP*

  • * * E FILLPVS COLOP 0130ADDDBZ002

  • * K COLOP*

  • * S ADDDBZ002 COLOP*

  • **** DOUTTPVTYPE

  • **** * COLOP*

  • **** S ADDDBZ002 COLOP*

  • 0400 FILLPVS COLOP 0130ADDDBZ002

  • 0800 FILLPVS COLOP 0130ADDDBZ002

  • 0801 ADDDBZ002 COLOP*

  • 0810 FILLPVT COLOP 0130ADDDBZ001

  • 0811 FILLPVD COLOP 0130ADDDBZ001

***K COLOP

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    Posted on Jun 21, 2011 at 05:27 PM

    PCR is little bit unclear....please copy paste the PCR as it is.

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    • As mentioned by Amosha, your PCR does not appear to have been validated (or copied exactly as in PRD).

      First, you have 2 identical lines

              • **** DOUTTPVTYPE

              the first one followed by

                      • **** * DOUTTPORIGS Decision on Origin of the pairs

                      and the second one followed by

                              • **** * COLOP*

                              Second, a decision using operation OUTTPPRTYP (provide Time Pair data of current attendance type, or PResence time TYPe) seems to imply that time types 0400, 0800, 0801, 0810 and 0811 are Attendances. But there seems to be a problem as there is no line for

                                      • *

                                      which would be the natural precursor to lines (and that missing line would also contain a decision)

                                              • * * * COLOP* Why Doesnu2019t the * need to be 4 *s?

                                              • * * E FILLPVS COLOP 0130ADDDBZ002

                                              • * K COLOP* Processing time type K

                                              • * S ADDDBZ002 COLOP* Processing time type S

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