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There is a control parameter flag you have to turn on to see the batches for that month. Mine shows all the batches for the month.
Try this:AllocatorControl Parameter MaintenanceCotnrol Type: PAControl Code: ALLOC-OPTIONSControl Data: Y if it is on NSave and close the screen.Then run the audit report after a few batches have gone thru to see.
This table is the internal results table used by the Allocation Process. It contains those transactions created by Allocations that were posted to Project Controller (into PJTran). It is used as the source of the Allocations Audit Report. When Allocations is being run in "normal" mode, the contents of this table are normally deleted after each Allocation Process. However, if Allocations is being run in "Auto-Start" mode, then these records remain in the table (for reporting purposes) until period-end (the Period Close program (PA.CLO.00) clears out this table when a period is closed).
Good suggestion, John!
We actually don't auto-allocate either, but have been thinking about using it - we have about 800 employees who all like to finish their timecards Monday morning (which means they all get approved at that time, too.)
For those who do use auto-allocator, have you experienced any locking / blocking issues or end-user delays due to allocations happening real time? Any other 'gotchas' to know about if we were to switch to this?