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ETL9.2: Cosmetic Issues On Timesheet and other T&L pages in PS 9.2 environment. (Doc ID 2254064.1)

Last updated on APRIL 11, 2017

Applies to:

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


Cosmetic Issues On Timesheet and other T&L pages in PS 9.2 environment.

Customer is logging the case for awareness, so those can be addressed in one of the upcoming PUMs


I Main Menu > Manager Self Service > Time Management > Report Time > Timesheet
a. Open an employee’s timesheet and click on the Chartfield link.
b. Click “Search” in the Search Options box.Payable Status Report run control:
c. Enter or select a “SpeedType Key” and click the magnifying glass icon.
d. Click on the “SpeedType Key” in the pop up box, to select the speedtype you want.
e. On the bottom left corner of the Search Speed Types page, the “Select” button is missing the “t”.
** Need to expand the pushbutton field.

II  Timesheet:
a. Click on Absence Tab.
b. Click Add Absence Event button.
c. Several characters are missing at the end of “Forecast” button.
**Need to expand pushbutton field.

IV Navigation – Main Menu > Time and Labor > Reports > Payable Status
a. Select a Run control id to open the page.
b. Enter a description, from date, and through date.
c. Select Payable Status of Needs Approval.
d. Enter the Group ID.
e. Click Run
f. Click OK
g. When taken back to the Run control page, the process instance number is on top of the Run Control Parameters box.(in IE)
h. Report Manager and Process Monitor links are bunched together and pushed to the right side in Chrome, while those appear more "normal" in IE.
**Need to adjust spacing on the page.

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