Raw registrations archive (form) [AX 2012]

Updated: March 29, 2011

Applies To: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Feature Pack, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

Click Human resources > Inquiries > Time and attendance > Registrations > Raw registrations archive.

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Click Human resources > Inquiries > Time and attendance > Registrations > Raw registrations. Click Archive.

Use this form to view archived registrations for time and attendance.

The following tables provide descriptions for the controls in this form.

Filter

Description

Worker

Select the worker whose archived registrations you want to view.

Date

Select the date for which to view archived registrations.

Tab

Description

Overview

View archived registrations.

General

View detailed information about the registration that is selected on the Overview tab.

Button

Description

Clean up registrations

Move raw registrations to the archive table or export them to a file.

Load registrations

Load registrations from a file to the raw registration archive table.

Previous

View the previous day.

Next

View the next day.

Field

Description

Worker

The identification of the worker.

Type of registration

The type of registration, such as a start job or a stop job.

Time

The time of the registration.

Profile date

The profile date of the registration.

NoteNote

This date might differ from the actual date of the registration.

Job pilot

The worker identification of a pilot, if the selected worker has logged on as an assistant to another worker.

Job

The identification of the job that is connected to this registration.

Absence job

The identification of the absence job, if relevant.

Record ID

The record ID of the registration.

Match ID

The reference to the matched record.

On a stop-job registration, this field will show the record ID of the corresponding start job.

Work in process

If selected, the worker is still working on the job.

Start quantity

The quantity of started items on a production job registration.

Good quantity

The quantity of good items produced on a production job registration.

Scrap quantity

The quantity of scrapped items produced on a production job registration.

Finished

The status of the production job.

A status of 1 indicates that the worker no longer works on the job, but the job has not yet been reported as finished.

A status of 2 indicates that the worker no longer works on the job, and the job has been reported as finished.

Error cause

The cause of error for scrapped items on a production job.

Terminal

The identification of the terminal on which the registration was made.

Description

A description of when this registration was archived.


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