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My Top 6 Tables in Peoplesoft Time and Labor

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A short presentation on my selection of the important transaction tables in Peoplesoft Time and Labor. …

A short presentation on my selection of the important transaction tables in Peoplesoft Time and Labor.
You can find a WebEx audio presentation on the same subject on my blog - http://peoplesofthrms.blogspot.com/2009/03/my-webex-session-on-imortant-time-and.html

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  • 1. Top 6 tables in Peoplesoft Time and Labor Jiju Cherian Vengal TESCO
  • 2. TL_EMPL_DATA
    • Maps data between EMPLID and T&L parameters like Workgroup, Taskgroup and Time Reporter Status.
    • The PS_JOB of Time and Labor.
    • Keys: EMPLID, EMPL_RCD, EFFDT.
    • Used to find the Workgroup, Taskgroup, Active status, Time Reporter Type, Timezone etc. of an employee.
    • Found under the Enroll Time Reporters component.
    • Needs to be in sync with PS_JOB data.
  • 3. TL_RPTD_TIME
    • The single most important transaction table in Time and Labor.
    • Holds all data regarding the time reported by employees.
    • Key: EMPLID, EMPL_RCD, DUR and SEQ_NBR.
    • Both Punch and Elapsed data reside in this table – distinguished by the PUNCH_TYPE field.
    • Other important fields – TRC, TL_QUANTITY, RT_SOURCE.
    • Has an audit table – AUDIT_TLRPTTIME.
    • Final target table of the timesheet component.
  • 4. TL_PAYABLE_TIME
    • Contains final processed time ready to be sent to a Payroll System.
    • Output of the Time Administration process and has the TL_RPTD_TIME as the source.
    • Keys: EMPLID, EMPL_RCD, DUR, SEQ_NBR.
    • Other important fields – TRC, TL_QUANTITY, PAYABLE_STATUS, PAYROLL_REQ_NUM.
    • To be used for custom reports and interfaces requiring to take the final output in Time and Labor.
  • 5. TL_TR_STATUS
    • Table used by the Time Administration process to determine the employees to be processed.
    • Not externalised through any component – updated by the Time Administration process and Peoplecode in various components including timesheet.
    • Keys – EMPLID, EMPL_RCD.
    • Other important fields – EARLIEST_CHGDT, TA_STATUS.
  • 6. TL_IPT
    • Intermediary Payable Time tables – IPT tables are the most important temporary tables in Time Administration processing.
    • Data from reported time and scheduling tables are populated in TL_IPT1.
    • Extensively used by almost all T&L rules where data is transferred from one IPT table to another for rule processing.
    • TL_PAYABLE_TIME data is populated from TL_IPT1 table at the end of rule processing.
  • 7. TL_EXCEPTION
    • Transaction table containing the details of all exceptions that are generated.
    • Exception_Status field tells whether the exception is resolved (R), unresolved (U) , allowed (A) or changed (A).
    • All exceptions with an ‘Archive’ flag on will remain in the TL_EXCEPTION table after the exception is resolved.
    • All High Severity exceptions will have to be resolved for payable time to be generated.
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