When someone enters their time, in Time Entry, and they do so with Weekly Time entries, how is this stored in the database?
Does it translated into individual records for each day in LaborDtl or are they stored somewhere else?
It looks like they get broken out in LaborDtl but I can’t tell how they are associated so that when you go back into Time Entry, the details are displayed on the Weekly tab.
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Just saw this post. Sorry to be so late to the party and I am sure you have worked it out by now.
I’ve taken a quick look while I am trying to work something out with Time entry. The Weekly time uses DataView named TimeWeek, and from what I can tell the Labor Adapter does the work for Getting a new entry, recalling, submitting. There appears to be specific methods for Weekly and detail.
You are correct, a new detail record is created when you enter in a value into the day field then move off or save.
On 701 I have seen some unusual behavior when an error occurs and you get a popup state “valid date required” for the life of me I can’t replicate it, but I am sure it has something to do with changing the date on a record for a day that does not have a time and attendance record.
From what I can tell all of the data is stored in labordtl table.