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With the project intercompany fonction, we are able to hit the borrowing entity's project from timesheets and PO's/vendor invoices as well as expense reports. However, we have other hours to allocate to the borrowing entity project that do pass by AX timesheets or sometimes we might have corrections to enter. Is it possible to enter a project hours journal within the lending entity on a project belonging to the borrowing entity? Example an hours journal in entity A but using a project from entity B. Other than timesheets, expenses and vendor invoices, is there any other way to get costs on another entity's project (using the intercompany invoicing process)? Thanks a 1 000 000 for any advice on this.
Project hour journals cannot be used for intercompany project time recordings.
As you mentioned above, you can use timesheets for that.
If you want/have to use hour journals then you need to modify something. This modification can either be made by a code change or by using flow.
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