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How to find the date of applied leave by any worker. From where we can get the details of any workers applied leave and on which date she/he applied for the leave.
OR if we can not visit the data from form then in which table we can get the information of applied leaves by any worker.
OR which table contains the applied leave by any worker.
Hello Siddhant Singh,
Can you provide us more information and let us know how people record their time and their leaves in your system?
Do you ask people to record time, absence, etc. being recorded on projects or do you make use of any other AX2012 functionality for that?
Thank you for reaching out our community.
Indeed, as Ludwig also suggested, we would need more information on this.
On a first glance, I could suggest using this table --> HRMAbsenceRequest
But we do need to understand the bigger picture here.
Thank you and regards,
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