Since Work Week validation is relative to the user's work week, and not your system's timesheet period, the timesheet period may begin or end part-way through the validation work week. The restriction against validating minimum hours helps prevent problems caused when validating partial weeks, when users will rarely enter enough hours to pass minimum hours validation, and will therefore often be unable to submit their timesheets. For example, your organization uses a Monthly timesheet period. The user's work week runs from Sunday to Saturday, and April 1st is a Thursday. For the user's April timesheet, the following work weeks will be independently validated:

    Sunday, March 28 to Saturday, April 3

    Sunday, April 4 to Saturday, April 10

    Sunday, April 11 to Saturday, April 17

    Sunday, April 18 to Saturday, April 24

    Sunday, April 25 to Saturday, May 1

Sunday, March 28 to Saturday, April 3 will also be validated for the March timesheet. Similarly, Sunday, April 25 to Saturday, May 1 will be validated for the May timesheet. For this condition, hours entered on days that fall outside the timesheet period may cause a timesheet to fail validation, since they may be included in validation.


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