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ETL9.2: Time Sheet Adding New Row Moves Cursor to Beginning of Next Row, Desire it Stay to the Right of the Page. (Doc ID 2057965.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2019

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM Time and Labor - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : 9.2 version, Time Reporting

Punch timesheet usability has changed in PUM11 from behavior in PUM 6. The punch timesheet in PUM 6 would stay to the right once you pushed the Add icon so that you could add more rows without scrolling. This behavior now takes you back to left of timesheet and will not allow you to enter multiple rows without scrolling. If you have punch reporters who use punch template reporting and they enter numerous projects in a day, this becomes very time consuming. Would like a setting to be added in time reporting template that would allow them to control the behavior as to whether the focus returns to the left or remains to the right.

Leave the focus on the timesheet to the right when adding rows, rather than returning to the left of the timesheet as it behaved in PUM 6.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. In a PUM 6 and a PUM 13 environment report time for employee KU0207 job 1.
2. switch from elapsed to punch timesheet view
3. enter in punch 8 am and out punch of 10 am charging to a project/departtment (chartfield) and scroll to the right to add more rows for additional project/department time for the day.
4. In PUM 13 the focus returns user to the left of the page, in PUM 6 the focus remains at the right allowing them to enter multiple rows for as many different chartfields as needed.

Due to this issue, users cannot are complaining that the behavior is now different than before and more cumbersome for task template reporting employees


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