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[R12.2.11] New Feature: Use the OTL Time Card page to Capture Resource Instance Usage Details (Doc ID 2824549.1)

Last updated on MARCH 01, 2024

Applies to:

Oracle Work in Process - Version 12.2.11 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


From release 12.2.11 or later,  the integration with Oracle Time and Labor (OTL) enables the Oracle Work in Process (WIP) employees assigned to work orders, to use the OTL application to enter their start and stop times or enter the duration they have worked in hours.

From the WIP Self Service Time and Expenses responsibility, click Create Timecard. You can then use the Create Timecard tab in the Time page to enter timecard information for a work order, operation, and resource. When you enter the start and stop times or the duration in hours, the information is stored in OTL's Oracle Time Store. The information that is collected is then stored in OTL Time Store. WIP then extracts this information from the OTL Time Store and charges the WIP work orders according to the time employees have spent working on these work orders.


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