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Restricting a report to show only selected types of Time-Off

There is a way to cause a Report to [only display] a single type of Time-Off or [only display] various selected types of Time-Off but the process you would have to go through to accomplish this will [not] be painless. You would have to permanently eliminate the banks [for the types of Time-Off] that you no longer wish to display on the report. 

Now, besides the fact that the process itself is labor-intensive, If you happen to have already accumulated lots of data associated with the banks that need to be deleted, you would also have to accept the fact that going forward, these banks would no longer exist, therefore you will not be able to access any of the history associated with those newly, non-existent banks. 

You would no longer see the newly deleted banks on [any] of the screens or reports that formerly displayed them. The Calendar screen would no longer list them under the calendar and the Time-Off Assignments screen would no longer list them either.

So first, you would have to be OK with the idea of losing those banks [altogether] and all of the history associated with them and assuming you would be OK with that, you would then have to endure the labor-intensive process of eliminating them.

It is CAKE to get rid of unwanted Time-Off banks when first setting up the software, [before] you have had a chance to accumulate a history of...

  • Time Earned, 
  • Time Used, and...
  • Time Lost and...
  • The resulting balances, BUT...

...once such a history has been amassed, the process is exponentially more time-consuming and tedious. 

Still if understanding all of this, you are OK with removing the unwanted banks, you may remove them by following the very detailed process laid out in a web article that is available. Now, the article covers the following three subjects...

  • Creating New Banks and...
  • Changing Bank Names and...
  • Deleting Existing Banks so...

For this task, you will only have to follow the portion of the instructions specifically dealing with deleting banks. Still, be warned, the process is very tedious. You may access the article by clicking here.

 

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