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MSF857 - lab_tran_hours =0

MSF857 - lab_tran_hours =0

MSF857 - lab_tran_hours =0

Hello, I would like to know what does it mean if there are records in MSF857 which have in the column lab_tran_desc value "GENERATED FROM TIMEKEEPING HOURS"...
Some of these records have in the column lab_tran_hours value of 0 - which I think is wrong (or not?).
Thanks a lot.

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RE: MSF857 - lab_tran_hours =0

In the payroll module there is the option to create labor costing transactions.  Theses are automatically generated when the payroll runs.  They show up on the mso850 - labor costing transactions.  When a person has zero hours on the payroll screen mso891 and the cost box is flagged at "Y" then a labor costing transaction will be created for that employee for that day for that work code.  It is not uncommon for the hours to be zero.  

Hope this helps.

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