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ESS CATS working time field not editable

Hello Everyone,

Below are the issue with the CATS ESS we are facing,

1) The user had filled in the working time and saved. The CATS profile submits for approval directly on saving. The submitted working time has not been approved/rejected and processed further. The fields have now become ineditable.

2) The working times are now approved/rejected. The user is not able to change the working times.

CATS profile has been configured to allow changes after approval.

Any suggestions.



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  • Posted on Jan 17, 2012 at 03:27 PM

    1) Please can you check the CATS profile which you are using has NO

    CHANGES AFTER APPROVAL as checked in transaction code CAC1.

    2) Please see if:

    In the table v_t554s_essex

    The Attendance type is deactivated

    PSG XX Attendance type YYYY Basic Hours (Days)

    which corresponds to the Activity type and task you record times with.

    This table is valid only for the ESS and not backend so it makes the

    record read only in the ESS, So you can record times on it and cant

    change it. So if you dont want this behavior, please activate this in

    the above table as shown.

    There is no possibility to have the absence deactivated for one period

    but available for another. The ENDA of this view is not considered in

    ESS Timesheet applications.

    It is a very simple ON / OFF situation. This view provided just to

    control the appearance of att/abs type on the ESS Timesheet screens.

    DEACTIVATE : att/abs will not appear on the screen

    ACTIVATE : will appear on the screen.

    If an absence is no longer to be available we must ensure all time

    records of this type have been created by the users before it is removed

    from the ESS.

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