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Changing the Start_Day_Code After Implementation

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victoria loft
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Changing the Start_Day_Code After Implementation

When we implemented PPM last January, we set out Start_Day_Code to be Monday, our timesheet policy is weekly. 100 resources have been logging time in timesheets for period starting Monday and ending Sunday. However, the portlets and other reports in PPM that show data on a Weekly basis is showing the data as of Sunday (the default start_day for PPM). Is there a way to change ALL Reports and PORTLETS to display the Week Begin date of Monday?
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kev marks
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Re: Changing the Start_Day_Code After Implementation

Victoria,
We ran into the same thing when we started using the Resource Management portlets.
The answer we got regarding the RM portlets was that it was not possible.
So the situation we have is pretty ugly for the people looking at the data. What we had to do was train the Resource Managers who look at the data to "read" it a special way.
i.e. For the column header of April 12th, this will include time from April 13th to 19th. You can adjust the statement to the way you have your timesheet periods set up.

Kevin
victoria loft
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Re: Changing the Start_Day_Code After Implementation

thank you for your reply Kevin. Did you try changing the Week Day begin period to match the portlets?