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clock-in clock-out entry in ESS possible ?

hi there,

i am a little bit confused: my customer wants to enter time events for clock-in and clock-out in ESS. I can't find anything where this is possible.

When i implement cats in ESS it is not possible to enter clock-in and clock-out events.

what i have to do to let the users enter clock-in and clock-out time events ? the documentation is always talking about 'external time recording terminals'. i don't want that, i want to do it directly in ESS.

Any ideas ? 😊

br Martin

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    Posted on Jan 17, 2013 at 03:52 PM

    Hello Martin,

    Yes this is perfectly possible in ESS with the Clock-in/out corrections application. I don't know on what version you're working but from ehp5 on, this is a Web Dynpro ABAP application. Refer to the following link for the documentation: http://help.sap.com/erp2005_ehp_06/helpdata/en/3d/3dfe8a80a9468cb06b4947a1b9d793/content.htm?frameset=/en/26/11a84144f24b9eab3a6fcc1f00ff63/frameset.htm

    On prior versions you have a Web Dynpro Java version of the same application (check out the documentation of your ERP version on the help.sap.com).

    Have fun,

    Julien

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      Hello,

      As Siddharth said, you can also create entries with this application, even if the primary purpose is to allow corrections of the recorded clock-in/outs.

      There's no problem to use CATS also if you want. Both applications can be used for different purposes (CATS to record the working time on projects/tasks and clock-in/out to keep track of the in and outs).

      Regards,

      Julien

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