Time clock XML file example

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For live payroll processing only

Example 32 button The following is an example of a single record in an XML time clock import file.

Timeclock file xml ex

Note: Tips are payroll items, and are displayed in the file just like all the other payroll items. They do not require a separate Tips entry (as they do using the ASCII file format).

Related topics

Timeclock overview

Time clock XML file data structure

Time clock imports supported by the application

Internal notes

Per TFS 858925, a difference in the time zone offset can prevent xml timesheet import.
Solution can possibly be changing the date and time stamp in the file. (changing -5:00 (Eastern time zone) to -6:00 (Central).
A reference table for zone offset: http://www.timetemperature.com/tzus/gmt_united_states.shtml

Zone offset definition.
What is a "zone offset"? A zone offset is the difference in hours and minutes between a particular time zone and UTC. In ISO 8601, the particular zone offset can be indicated in a date or time value. The zone offset can be Z for UTC or it can be a value "+" or "-" from UTC. For example, the value 08:00-08:00 represents 8:00 AM in a time zone 8 hours behind UTC, which is the equivalent of 16:00Z (8:00 plus eight hours). The value 08:00+08:00 represents the opposite increment, or midnight (08:00 minus eight hours)

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