We have a PC which functions as a terminal for clock-in and clock-out is logged on with the user firstname.lastname@example.org. The pc is set up with autologon and in startup there is a shortcut to the interface for clock-in/clock-out.
This is working fine, but when authentication timeout occurs this will leave the terminal in a non-operable mode until someone clicks the login again and the page refreshes.
We would suggest that Microsoft creates a "Punch Clock App" to be used for terminals clock in/out. Solve the issues with timeouts and the interface would be created for a touch screen.
As we can read it in the depreciated features list, the code has not been removed but the form JmgWorkPlanner, was not migrated cause you guess that this form isn't really used onto the 2012 AX version. We don't agree at all.
This is a very very user friendly interface !!! We need it to convince our customers to migrate under D365.
From our point of you, it'sn't a big effort for you - 99% of the functionnality is in place - so please finish the job, add the entry point and check security.
I really thank you !!!!
Working with Calculate and Approve in Time and Attendance , it should be fine to have the same inhereditance rule for PROJECT CATEGORY when inserting new line by PROJECT or PROJECT ACTIVITY for actual/planned work made.
The rule should be the same when inserting line in a PROJECT HOUR JOURNAL (category is inheredited from Employe, i.e. in the employee project setup, or from ACTIVITY PROJECT, i.e. Work Breakdown Structure and so on).
In the "Flex overview report" employees are printed on separate pages. When printing the report for a specific day, we get one line per page. That is not a good solution to get an overview of the currenct flex balances.
It would be great to have a parameter in the report saying if you want the result printed as a list or separated on one page per employee.
Possibility to create payroll periods that begin in a middle of a month and end in the middle of the following monthPossibility to create monthly payroll periods that begin in a middle of a month and end in the middle of the following month, e.g. from 16/1 to 15/2.