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Indirect Time and Calendars

Question asked by JenniferD on Nov 4, 2008
Latest reply on Nov 5, 2008 by seaneys
Hi,  We have done "below the line" reporting of indirect time in the past, and we switched to "above the line" report, ie using a project called "Indirect Time 2008" with tasks for holidays, sick time, etc.   What we have found is that when people schedule their out of office time on the calendar, Clarity reduces their available time, and doesn't like it (although you can make it accept) when people fill in their time for the Indirect time project.   So then when people log that time for vacation, Clarity thinks they are working on a non-work day and the reports are weird.     Has anyone run into this problem?   The only workaround I can see is to log out of office time in the variable allocations for each project the person is on, and forget about their resource calendar entirely.   Does anyone else do above the line reporting (indirect time as a project for resource leveling purposes)?  Thanks,  Jennifer