3 Setting Time Entry Processing Options

This chapter contains the following topics:

3.1 Understanding Time Entry Processing Options

Several JD Edwards EnterpriseOne systems access centralized programs called master business functions. A master business function is a program that serves as a central location for adding, changing, and updating information in a database. Master business functions pass information between data entry forms and the appropriate tables.

Master business functions provide a common set of functions that contain all of the necessary default information and editing rules for related programs. They contain logic that ensures the integrity of adding, updating, and deleting information from databases.

A master business function helps to standardize data entry information across related programs. For example, a large company might have employees enter their time from multiple sites and sources.

Master business functions are most commonly used in these situations:

  • You accept records from a third-party source.

  • Multiple programs update the same table.

The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Human Capital Management system has one master business function, Time Entry MBF Processing Options (P050002A), which interacts with all time entry programs. You need to set up processing options for this master business function to define default values, valid values, and functions for time entry programs.

Processing options for master business functions are attached to version ZJDE0001. You should normally use this version as the default version for all of the entry programs. If you need to create different versions for other data entry programs, contact the system administrator.

Version ZJDE0001 of the master business function has security set to restrict access by certain users. An error message occurs if you try to access the version while security is enabled. The system administrator must disable version security before you can create a new version or access the processing options. After you have set the appropriate values for the processing options, the system administrator must enable security again for the version.

It is also recommended that you set these processing options one time only. Changing these processing options might completely change necessary business functions for the time entry system. Obtain technical support if you want to change these processing options after you have begun processing timecard information for the organization.

After setting the processing options for P050002A, you need to select either the default version (ZJDE0001) or a user-defined version of the master business function in the processing options for these time entry programs:

  • Speed Time Entry (P051121).

  • Time Entry Floods (P051191).

  • EE Assignment (P0716701).

You might need to create multiple versions of the Time Entry MBF Processing Options program if you want to process timecard information differently within the organization. For example, you might want to use one version of the master business function to process employee assignment information and use a different version to process other time entry programs. Contact the system administrator if you need to use multiple versions.

3.1.1 Timecard Derivation Sequence

When you set the processing options for the Time Entry MBF Processing Options business function, you determine the sequence that the system uses to derive values for fields on the timecard entry forms.

The system first uses the field value that is described in the Step 1 column. If no value exists, the system then uses the field value that is described in the Step 2 column. If no value is found, the system uses the value that is described in the Step 3 column, and so on, until the system derives a value for the specified field.

For example, the system derives a value for the Timecard Record Type field as follows:

  • Step 1

    The system determines whether a value has been manually entered into that field on the timecard. If a value has been manually entered on the timecard, the system uses this value to process the timecard, and no further action is taken. If no value was entered on the timecard, the system proceeds to Step 2.

  • Step 2

    The system tries to retrieve the value that is in the Timecard Record Type field in the F060116 table. If a value exists in this table, the system uses it to process the timecard and no further action is taken. If no value exists in this table, the system proceeds to Step 3.

  • Step 3

    The system populates the Timecard Record Type field on the timecard with a default value of 1.

This table lists the sequence that the system uses to populate fields on the timecard:

Field on the Timecard Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5
Timecard Record Type Manually entered on timecard. F060116 table Default - 1 Blank Blank
Pay Type Manually entered on timecard. Option - U, F069126 table Option - E, F060146 table Labor Distribution table Blank
Date Worked Manually entered on header of timecard. Pay Period Ending for Autopay Blank Blank Blank
Home Company Manually entered on timecard. F060116 table Blank Blank Blank
Home Business Unit F0693006 table Manually entered on timecard F060116 table Blank Blank
Union Code for Wages and Reporting Manually entered on timecard. F069306 table F060116 table Blank Blank
Job Type Manually entered on timecard. F060116 table Blank Blank Blank
Job Step Manually entered on timecard. F060116 table Blank Blank Blank
Labor Distribution Account Manually entered on timecard. Employee Labor Distribution Instructions (for autopay employees) F081012 table F06904 table Blank
Billing Distribution (Recharges) Manually entered on timecard. AAIs for any Missing Element RD (F06904) Blank Blank Blank
Equipment Distribution Manually entered on timecard. AAIs for Object Account ED (F06904) Blank Blank Blank
Job Location Manually entered on timecard. Business Unit associated with Primary Distribution Blank Blank Blank
Shift Code Manually entered on timecard. F060116 table Blank Blank Blank
Shift Differential and Method Manually entered on timecard. Shift Differential Table $/HR or% (F069246) If Shift Code is blank, retrieve from Pay Type table $/HR (F0690116) Blank Blank
Hours Worked Manually entered on timecard. Autopay Instructions Labor Distribution table Blank Blank
Rate Manually entered on timecard. Option - U, F069126 table Option - U, F060146 table Option - E, F060146 table F060116 table

Xe Table: F060118

Base Rate See explanation. Blank Blank Blank Blank
Gross Pay Entered Lump Sum Amount. Calculated Blank Blank Blank
Flat Burden per cent F060116 table Option - U, F069126 table Labor Distribution Business Unit (F0006) Blank Blank
W/C Insurance Manually entered on timecard. Labor Distribution Account, update in F0901 F06106 table Option - U, F069126 table F060116 table
Work Tax Area Manually entered on timecard. Labor Distribution Payroll Business Unit (F0006) F060116 table Blank Blank
Check Route Code Manually entered on timecard. F060116 table Blank Blank Blank
Equipment Rate Code Manually entered on timecard (F1301). Distribution Account, update in the F0901 table Labor Distribution Business Unit, update in Payroll Business Unit or F0006 table F1302 table Blank
Equipment Rate Manually entered on timecard. F1301 table Blank Blank Blank
Bank Account Defined in prepayroll processing option. Interim check entry AAIs Blank Blank

The base rate is not derived from the hourly rate. The hourly rate is derived from the base rate, usually by applying a multiplier. The extended hourly rate is derived by applying shift and uprate amounts to the hourly rate.The derivation of the base rate depends on the derivation of the hourly rate:

Note:

The shift sequence can alter the sequence used when applying multipliers and shift amounts to the base hourly rate when deriving the hourly and extended rates.
  • You can retrieve the base rate from the record in the F069126 table. The base hourly rate does not include any multiplier associated with the pay type. The multiplier is used to derive the hourly rate (PHRT) from the base hourly rate (BHRT). The base hourly rate and hourly rate can be retrieved from the F069126. The Time Entry MBF determines which rate to retrieve from Union Rates table based on the pay type of the timecard and the pay types specified in the Time Entry MBF POs. If the timecard's pay type is the same pay type as listed in the "Pay Type - Hourly" processing option, then both the base rate and hourly rate is the hourly rate retrieved from the F069126. If the timecard's pay type is the same pay type listed in the "Pay Type - Regular Overtime" processing option, then the base hourly rate is the F069126 hourly rate and the hourly rate is either the F069126 overtime rate (if an overtime rate was specified on the Union Rate's record) or the base rate times the pay type multiplier from the timecard (if the OT rate was not specified on the Union Rates record). The same process continues for the other overtime and holiday rates. For the overtime rates, the pay type multiplier will only be applied to the base hourly rate if the overtime rate is not found in the F069126 Union Rates record. Otherwise, the hourly rate will be the OT rate retrieved from the F069126.

  • If the system uses F060146 to derive the hourly rate, the system uses the same rate as the base rate.

  • If you manually enter the hourly rate, the system determines the base rate by dividing the hourly rate by the pay-type multiplier. If an override rate is entered on the timecard, the override rate becomes the base rate, hourly rate, and extended rate. No other modifications are made to these three rates by the Time Entry MBF.

  • If the hourly rate is retrieved from the F060116 table, the system uses the same rate as the base rate.

3.2 Setting Processing Options for the Time Entry MBF Processing Options Program (P050002A)

Use these processing options as the basis for all time entry processing in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Time and Labor system.

Processing options enable you to specify the default processing for programs and reports.

3.2.1 Pay Rates

Use these processing options to specify how the system retrieves an employee's pay rates for time entry. You can specify the tables that you want the system to search to retrieve pay rates, and whether you want the system to use the highest pay rate found or the standard pay rate.

1. Pay Rate

Specify the tables that the system searches to retrieve employees' pay rates for time entry. If you are using job step progression, the system always retrieves employee rates for step progression employees from the F069126 table, regardless of how this option is set. Values are:

Blank: Use pay rates from the F060116 table.

E: Include pay rates from the F060146 table.

U: Include pay rates from the F069126 table.

When you select option E, the system first searches the F060146 table. If no rate exists for an employee in this table, the system uses the rate that you entered in the F060116 table.

When you select option U, the system first searches the F069126 table. If an employee does not enter a rate in this table, the system searches for a rate in the F060146 table. If no rate exists for the employee in the F060146 table, the system uses the rate that you entered in the F060116 table.

2. Assign Highest Pay Rate

Specify whether the system uses the standard pay rate or the highest pay rate when it performs the search that you specified in the Pay Rate processing option. If you are using job step progression, you must set this option to use the standard pay rate. Values are:

0: Standard pay rate.

1: Highest pay rate found.

3. Offsite Hourly Rate Source

Specify a value to determine the method used to assign base hourly rates to offsite timecards. Values are:

Blank: Assign base hourly rates from the Employee Master File table (F060116).

1: Assign base hourly rates from the Occupational Pay Rates table (F060146).

If you specify a value of 1, and a rate is not found in the Occupational Pay Rates table (F060146), the base hourly rate is assigned from the Employee Master File table (F060116).

4. Assign Highest Offsite Hourly Rate

Specify a value to determine whether the system assigns the original hourly rate from the selected offsite rate source or searches all of the offsite rate sources to assign the highest hourly rate to an offsite timecard. Values are:

Blank: Assign the hourly rate from the selected offsite rate source.

1: Assign the highest hourly rate off all offsite rate sources.

5. Piece Rate

Specify whether the system uses the employee piece rate or the item piece rate when entering timecards for piece rate employees. Values are:

Blank: Retrieve pay rates from F060116.

E: Retrieve piece rate from F060146.

P: Retrieve piece rate from F06918.

6. Pay Type Multiplier Override

Specify whether the system applies the pay type multiplier when you manually enter a pay rate on a timecard. Values are:

0: Use pay type multiplier.

1: Do not use pay type multiplier.

7. Override Rate Assignment

Specify a value to determine how an override rate is assigned to a timecard. Values are:

Blank: Assign override rate as the final hourly rate.

1: Assign override rate as the base hourly rate.

If you specify a value of 1, the system initially assigns the specified rate to the base hourly rate (BHRT). Then, the system modifies the base hourly rate to include the pay type multiplier and assigns it to the hourly rate (PHRT). Finally, the system applies any shift or uprate amounts on the timecard to the hourly rate and assigns it to the extended hourly rate (SHRT). If you do not specify a value, the system assigns the specified rate to the base hourly rate, hourly rate, and extended hourly rate without making any modifications.

3.2.2 Pay Types

Use these processing options to specify the pay types and pay tables that the system uses to determine employee pay rates. If you are using job step progression processing, you must complete these processing options to ensure that overtime is calculated correctly.

1. Union Table - Pay Type Codes

Specify rate and pay type multiplier information.

Pay Type - Hourly

Specify the hourly pay type to process. If you are using pay rates from the F069126 table, enter only pay type codes that are linked to the entries in F069126. If you entered regular or premium amounts in F069126, enter their matching pay type codes here.

Pay Type - Regular Overtime

Specify the regular overtime pay type to process. If you are using pay rates from F060146, complete this processing option only. If you are using pay rates from F069126, enter only pay type codes that are linked to the entries that you made in F069126. If you entered regular or premium amounts in F069126, enter their matching pay type codes here.

Note:

If you complete this processing option, the Time Entry program retrieves the rate from F069126 before applying overrides such as shift differential. If the Time Entry program does not find premium amounts in F069126, but you completed the Regular Overtime processing option, the program applies the pay type multiplier before applying shift differential overrides.
Pay Type - Double Overtime

Specify the double overtime pay type to process.

If you are using pay rates from the F069126, enter only pay type codes that are linked to the entries in F069126. If you entered regular or premium amounts in the F069126 table, enter their matching pay type codes.

Note:

If you complete this processing option, the Time Entry program retrieves the rate from the F069126 before applying overrides such as shift differential. If the Time Entry program does not find premium amounts in F069126, but you completed the Double Overtime processing option, the program applies the pay type multiplier before applying shift differential overrides.
Pay Type - Triple Overtime

Specify the triple overtime pay type to process.

If you are using pay rates from F069126, enter only pay type codes that are linked to the entries in F069126. If you entered regular or premium amounts in F069126, enter their matching pay type codes here.

Note:

If you complete this processing option, the Time Entry program retrieves the rate from F069126 before applying overrides such as shift differential. If the Time Entry program does not find premium amounts in F069126, but you completed the Triple Overtime processing option, the program applies the pay type multiplier before applying shift differential overrides.
Pay Type - Holiday

Specify the holiday pay type to process. If you are loading pay rates from F069126, enter only pay type codes that are linked to the entries in F069126. If you entered regular or premium amounts in F069126, enter their matching pay type codes here.

Note:

If you complete this processing option, the Time Entry program retrieves the rate from F069126 before applying overrides such as shift differential. If the Time Entry program does not find premium amounts in F069126, but you completed the Holiday processing option, the program applies the Pay Type Multiplier before applying shift differential overrides.
2. Job Type and Step Cross-Reference

Specify whether the system automatically enters job information into the Pay Type field. When this option is set to 1, the system automatically enters the job type and step from F06932 into the Pay Type field. Values are:

0: Do not automatically enter job information.

1: Enter job information automatically.

3. Pay Type Description

Specify whether the system automatically enters explanation text into the Pay Type Description field. This automatic function can reduce data entry. The system enters the pay type description from F069116 in the Explanation field (YTEXR) of F06116. Values are:

0: Do not load the Pay Type Description field automatically.

1: Load the Pay Type Description field automatically.

4. Split Time

Specify whether the system splits time automatically. The system splits time according to the percentages specified in the F06016 table. The total percentages of hours must equal 100 percent. Values are:

0: Do not split time automatically.

1: Split time automatically.

3.2.3 Equipment

Use these processing options to determine how equipment charges are handled during time entry.

1. Zero Billing Rate

Specify whether the system uses the zero billing rate when you charge employee time against specific equipment. Values are:

0: Do not use.

1: Use.

3.2.4 Batches

Use these processing options to determine how the system assigns time entry batches.

1. Batch Number

Specify whether the system assigns batch numbers automatically from next numbers. It is recommended that you enable the system to assign batch numbers automatically. You can override the batch number that the system assigns. Enabling the system to assign batch numbers disables the Get Batch Number form exit. When you do not assign batch numbers automatically, you must either enter a batch number or use the Get Batch Number form exit to retrieve a batch number. Values are:

0: Do not assign.

1: Assign.

3.2.5 Employee

Use these processing options to determine whether the system automatically information from the timecard to F060116.

1. Check Route Code

Specify whether the system updates the check route code on the employee master record with the value entered on the timecard. Values are:

0: Update the employee master record only if the check route code is blank.

1: Always update the employee master record.

2: Do not update the employee master record.

3.2.6 Recharge

Use these processing options to specify the default values that the system uses for multicurrency and recharge rate information.

1. Enable Multi-Currency Functionality

Specify whether multicurrency time accounting is enabled. Values are:

0: Do not enable.

1: Enable.

2. Business Unit Currency for Base Amount

Specify a code that represents an amount, for recharge records, that is the fixed amount and is not susceptible to currency fluctuations. Values are:

0: The amount in the home business unit currency is the fixed amount.

1: The amount in the recharge job currency is the fixed amount.

Note:

This code does not apply to other payroll records. For example, for document type T2, the home business unit currency is the fixed amount.
3. Use Billing Markup Table for Rate Lookup

Specify whether the system obtains recharge billing rates from F48096. Values are:

0: Do not use.

1: Use.

4. Generation Type Payroll

Specify the type of entries for a batch and the markup rules for F48096. When associated with types of entries, the system uses these codes to assign the generation type of a batch at the time the batch is created. When associated with billing rate/markup processing, the system uses these codes to determine the markup rules for invoice, revenue, and component amounts. Depending on how you define the billing constants, different markup rules can apply to different amounts, as follows:

Type 1: When the billing constants specify that invoice and revenue amounts are always the same, the markup rule applies to revenue, invoice, and component amounts. If the billing constants specify that the invoice and revenue amounts can be different, the markup rule still applies to revenue, invoice, and component amounts if no Type 2 rule exists.

Type 2: When the billing constants specify that the invoice and revenue amounts can be different, the markup rule applies to revenue and component amounts only.

Type 3: This type applies to component amounts. This rule is not dependent on the billing constants settings.

Type P: Payroll recharge processing is used for billing recharge rates using the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Time and Labor system. Values are:

1: Invoice Processing

2: Revenue Processing

3: Component Processing

P: Recharge Processing

5. No Billing Markup Rate Found Action

Specify how the system establishes the employee's rate when not using F48096. Values are:

Blank: Use the Employee Distribution Rate.

1: Use the Employee Cost Rate.

2: Return error.

6. Billing Rate Markup Table Version (P48096)

Specify a program version that identifies a specific set of data selection and sequencing settings for the application. You can name versions using any combination of alphabetic and numeric characters. Versions that begin with XJDE or ZJDE are predefined.

7. Force Dynamic Account Creation

Specify whether the system forces dynamic account creation. Dynamic account creation enables the system to write invalid accounts on timecards and process them through a payroll as long as they follow the model chart of accounts (search for business unit MD in Account Master (P0901). The system automatically creates accounts when you run the post to the general ledger. The system adds # as the first characters of the account to enable validation of the account. To activate dynamic account creation at the system level, go to System Setup [P0000]), then into General Accounting Constants, and select the Allow Invalid Accounts option. Values are:

0: Do not force.

1: Force.

3.2.7 Leave Entry

Use these processing options to specify how the system processes leave time.

1. Leave Verification Set

Specify a code that identifies a group of leave verification rules that are grouped together for processing on any given application that will validate entry of leave time. You set up this code in the Leave Verification Rules program (P07602).

2. Leave History Source File

Specify whether to calculate leave balances using the Employee F06146 table, or the F06147 table. Values are:

0: F06146

1: F06147

3.2.8 Interims

Use these processing options to enable the Time Entry Interim Generator and to determine which interim ID is used during timecard entry.

1. Interim Header

Specify whether the system automatically creates interim payment header records during the time entry process. If you create interim header record for timecards, you must process the interim payments using the Interim Payment Workbench to populate all calculated values associated with the payment. Values are:

1: Create.

0: Do not create.

2. Interim ID Pay Cycle Code

Identify the pay cycle code that the system uses to search for the default interim ID that creates interim payments during time entry. The system determines which interim ID to assign to interim payments that are created during time entry using the value in this processing option and the value in the country code processing option on this tab. The system assigns the interim ID that is set up as the default interim ID for the pay cycle code and country code combination for these processing options to the interim payments.

3. Interim ID Country Code

Identify the country code that the system uses to search for the default interim ID that is assigned to interim payments. The default interim IDs are created during time entry. The system uses the value in this field, along with the value in the Pay Cycle Code processing option on this tab, to determine which interim ID to use. The system uses the default interim ID that is set up for this pay cycle code and country code combination.

3.2.9 Processing

Use these processing options to specify how the system processes locked employees and public timecards.

1. Time Entry Lockout

Specify whether to release processed records to payroll. Values are:

0: Release processed records (default).

1: Keep processed records locked out to Time Entry.

When you keep time entry records locked, the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Payroll system does not process them. You can set this processing option to 1 when you have multiple stages through which you need to process time entry records prior to running payroll. For example, to process the records through Time Card Automation/Overtime Rule Evaluation, use a time entry version that releases the time entry records to payroll on the final step.

2. Public or Private Timecards

Specify whether the system creates private or public timecards. Values are:

0 or blank: Create private timecards (default).

1: Create public timecards.

3. Suspense Account Derivation

Specify whether the system uses a suspense account when the account number entered in the timecard entry is an invalid account. Values are:

Blank: Do not use the suspense account (default).

1: Use the suspense account.

3.2.10 Burden

Use these processing options to specify how the system calculates burden.

1. Calculate Flat Burden when Lump Sum is entered

Specify whether the system calculates the flat burden for a lump sum that you enter on the timecard. Values are:

0: Calculate.

1: Do not calculate.

3.2.11 Rate Editing

Use these processing options to specify whether the system allows blank billing rates.

1. Pay Rate Editing

Specify whether you can enter a blank billing rate on a timecard or whether the system enters billing rate information through the timecard automation process. Values are:

0: Do not allow.

1: Allow.

3.3 Setting Processing Options for the Speed Time Entry Program (P051121)

Time Entry (G05BT1), Speed Time Entry.

3.3.1 Time Entry

Use these processing options to specify whether the system automatically prevents changes and the program version.

1. Time Entry Changes

Specify whether changes are permitted. Values are:

1: Prevent changes.

0: Do not prevent changes.

2. Time Entry Version

Specify which version of the Time Entry Master Business Function (P050002A) you want to use to process timecards. If you leave this processing option blank, the system uses ZJDE0001.

3.3.2 Defaults

Use these processing options to specify the default information that the system displays automatically.

1. Address Number

Specify whether the system automatically supplies this field as you enter timecards on the Speed Time Entry Revisions form (W051121C). The system supplies this processing option if you leave it blank and tab to the next processing option. Values are:

1: Supply address number

0: Enter address number manually.

2. Pay Type

Specify whether the system automatically supplies this field as you enter timecards on the Speed Time Entry Revisions form (W051121C). The system supplies this processing option if you leave it blank and tab to the next processing option. Values are:

1: Supply pay type.

0: Enter pay type manually.

3.3.3 Manufacturing

Use these processing options to specify a type of time entry.

1. Manufacturing Time Entry

Specify whether the manufacturing functionality in Speed Time Entry (P051121) is enabled. Setting this value to 1 enables the speed time entry application (JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Payroll system) to be used within the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Manufacturing system. When this feature is enabled and appropriate values are entered on a linked timecard, the system creates resulting records in the Work Order Time Transactions table (F31122). The required timecard processing options are as follows:

  • Order Number

  • Operational Sequence Number

  • Shift code

  • Quantity

  • Unit of Measure

To disable the link to the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Manufacturing system when entering timecards, leave this processing option blank. Values are:

0 or blank: Disable Manufacturing Time Entry.

1: Enable Manufacturing Time Entry.

Note:

When you delete timecards that include records in the Work Order Time Transactions table, set the Manufacturing processing option to 1. If this processing option is not set to 1, then the system does not delete Work Order Time Transactions records.

3.3.4 Localization Selections

Use these processing options to specify New Zealand processing.

1. New Zealand Holiday Pay Act.

Specify New Zealand processing. Values are:

Blank: Does not use New Zealand leave processing.

1: Holiday Pay (1981) Act Logic for Leave (Holidays) Taken.

3.3.5 Profit Management

Use these processing options to specify whether you must enter an activity code.

1. Activity Code

Specify whether entry of the activity code is required. Values are:

1: Mandatory entry.

0: Optional entry.

3.4 Setting Processing Options for the Time Entry Floods Program (P051191)

Time Entry (G05BT1), Employee Master Filter.

3.4.1 Display

1. Employee Master Tabs

Specify whether the system displays certain options.

Category Codes 001–008, 009–016, 017–020

Specify whether the system displays category codes 001 through 008. Values are:

0: Hide tab

1: Display tab

Organization

Specify whether you want to display the tab containing organization information on the Employee Master Filter form. Values are:

0: Hide tab

By not displaying this tab, you will not be able to use organization information such as company, business unit, supervisor, and check route code for determining selection criteria for the filter.

1: Display tab

By displaying this tab, you will be able to use organization information such as company, business unit, supervisor, and check route code for determining selection criteria for the filter.

Other

Specify whether you want to display the tab containing other information on the Employee Master Filter form. Values are:

0: Hide tab

By not displaying this tab, you will not be able to use information contained in the Other tab, such as last business unit worked, benefit group, shift code, job type, and job step and pay cycle code for determining selection criteria for the filter.

1: Display tab

When you display this tab, you are able to use information contained in the Other tab, such as last business unit worked, benefit group, shift code, job type, and job step and pay cycle code for determining selection criteria for the filter.

2. Current Transaction Tabs and 3. Historical Transactions Tabs

Specify whether the system displays certain options.

Organization

Specify display settings. Values are:

0: Hide tab

1: Display tab

Subledger

Specify display settings. Values are:

0: Hide tab

1: Display tab

Category Codes (001-004)

Specify display settings. Values are:

0: Hide tab

1: Display tab

3.4.2 Line Detail Time Entry

1. Time Entry Changes

Specify whether you want to prevent changes to and deletion of timecards locked by another user when using the Line Detail Time Entry form. Values are:

0: Do not prevent changes.

1: Prevent changes.

2. Time Entry Version

Specify the version of the Time Entry Master Business Function (P050002A) that you want to use when processing timecards using Line Detail Time Entry. If you leave this processing option blank, the system uses ZJDE0001.

3. Line Detail Display Tabs

These processing options specify display options.

Category Codes

Specify whether you want to display the tab containing category codes on the Line Detail Time Entry form. Values are:

0: Do not display.

By not displaying this tab, you will not be able to use category codes as default information on timecards entered using the Line Detail Time Entry form. If you have not defined category codes, it is not necessary to display this tab.

1: Display.

By displaying this tab, you will be able to use category codes as default information on timecards entered using the Line Detail Time Entry form.

Organization

Specify whether you want to display the tab containing organization information on the Line Detail Time Entry form. Values are:

0: Do not display.

By not displaying this tab, you will not be able to use organization information such as company, business unit, supervisor, and check route code as default information on timecards entered using the Line Detail Time Entry form.

1: Display.

By displaying this tab, you will be able to use organization information such as company, business unit, supervisor, and check route code as default information on timecards entered using the Line Detail Time Entry form.

Subledger

Specify whether you want to display the tab containing subledger information on the Line Detail Time Entry form. Values are:

0: Do not display.

By not displaying this tab, you will not be able to use subledger information such as subledger and subledger type as default information on timecards entered using the Line Detail Time Entry form.

1: Display this tab on the form.

By displaying this tab, you will be able to use subledger information such as subledger and subledger type as default information on timecards entered using the Line Detail Time Entry form.

3.4.3 Daily Time Entry

1. Time Entry Week Begin Day

Specify the day of the week that time entry begins.

2. Time Entry Changes

Specify whether changes are allowed. Values are:

1: Prevent changes

0: Do not prevent changes

3. Time Entry Version

Specify a program version. Values are:

Blank: Default version

4. Daily Time Entry Display Tabs

Specify time entry display information.

Category Codes, Organization tab, and Subledger tab

Specify display settings. Values are:

0: Hide tab

1: Display tab

3.4.4 Time Sheet Time Entry

1. Time Entry Version

Specify a program version. Values are:

Blank: Default version

2. Time Sheet Display Tabs

Specify display options on the time sheet.

Category Codes, Organization, Subledger, and Pay Info

Specify display settings. Values are:

0: Hide tab

1: Display tab

3. Time Entry Defaults

Specify time entry default information.

Address Number

Specify whether the system automatically displays the address number. Values are:

1: Supply address number.

0: Enter address number.

Pay Type

Specify whether the system automatically supplies the pay type from the previous timecard if you tab through the pay type field. Values are:

0: Enter the pay type manually.

1: The system automatically supplies pay type.

3.4.5 Profit Management

1. Activity Code

Specify whether the activity code is required. Values are:

1: Mandatory entry.

0: Optional entry.

3.4.6 Localization

1. New Zealand Holiday Pay Act.

Specify whether the system applies the New Zealand Holiday Pay Act when you enter timecards that include vacation time. Values are:

0: Do not apply.

1: Apply.

3.4.7 Timecard Corrections

1. Time Entry Version

Specify the version of Time Entry. Values are:

Blank: System considers the default version.

You can enter the required version.

2. Gross Pay change resulting with no change in Hours.

Specify how the system handles a timecard correction that results in a change in gross pay without a change in hours. Values are:

Blank: Automatically generate a Lump Sum timecard for the difference.

1: Do not recalculate the timecard's Gross Pay amount.