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Ability to have user enter hours manually not use start/end time within Production Floor execution

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Is there the ability to have the user define the hours allocate hours manually against jobs when they are being completed within production floor execution module.

In the same way that the user enters the good quantity so that it does not use any system/server clock in/clock out time to automatically generate job time? 
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    andrewlencsak Profile Picture
    andrewlencsak 247 on at
    Ability to have user enter hours manually not use start/end time within Production Floor execution
    Hi, No there is no ability to perform that through the Production floor execution interface. To manually enter hours instead of clock in and out on start and stop times, you would need to perform that entry against a route or job card in the D365 UI. 
     
    However, if the goal is to minimize the steps in Production floor execution and just record Good quantities and manually enter total time, it may be a better option to build a PowerApp solution that posts a route/job card back to the Production order. There is also the ability to interface with external MES systems: Integrate with third-party manufacturing execution systems - Supply Chain Management | Dynamics 365 | Microsoft Learn
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    Kevin Xia Profile Picture
    Kevin Xia Microsoft Employee on at
    Ability to have user enter hours manually not use start/end time within Production Floor execution
    Hi,
    Here's how you can achieve this:
    1. Manual Hour Entry: Instead of relying on system or server clock times, you can design the system to allow users to manually enter the hours they've worked on specific jobs. This manual entry can be done when completing a job or recording work in the Production Floor Execution module.

    2. Custom Fields: You can customize the data fields or forms within the module to include fields where users can input the number of hours worked on a particular job.

    3. Validation: Implement validation rules to ensure that the manually entered hours are within acceptable ranges and comply with your business rules.

    Best regards,
    Kevin

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