How to Set Up the 'Timecard Status that Allows User Edits' Preference So Timekeeper Can Update Timecards In Any Status But Employees Can Only Update Timecards In Restricted Statuses?
(Doc ID 430974.1)
Last updated on MAY 12, 2021
Applies to:Oracle Time and Labor - Version 11.5.9 and later
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***Checked for relevance on 13-Apr-2015***
You do not want employees to be able to edit timecards once they have been approved, but you want Timekeepers to be able to edit timecards in any status.
So you make the set up as follows:
All employees have the 'Self Service Timecard Status that Allows User Edits' preference set to:
Status Allowing Edits: APPROVALS INITIATED
Past Number of Days: 30
Future Number of Days: 30
Timekeepers on the other hand has 'Self Service Timecard Status that Allows User Edits' ' preference set to:
Status Allowing Edits: RETRO
Past Number of Days: 365
Future Number of Days: 120
During testing, found that Timekeepers have restricted access as the status allowing user edits preference is actually being evaluated for the employee rather than Timekeeper.
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