How do Non Working days behave in Timesheet Population in the PPM New UX?

Document ID : KB000124318
Last Modified Date : 10/01/2019
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Question:
How do Non Working days behave in Timesheet Population in the PPM (Clarity) New User Experience (UX) versus Working Days when using the various options to create a timesheet?

These scenarios include the below timesheet creation options: 
  • Add Assigned Tasks
  • Copy Previous Timesheet
  • Copy Previous Timeheet with Hours
Answer:

If the timesheet is created using the Add Assigned Tasks feature:

  • The task behavior is the same for Non Working Days versus Working days. (If the task dates fall only during non working days, the task will still be added.)

If the timesheet is created using the Copy Previous Timesheet feature:

  • The task behavior is the same for Non Working Days versus Working days. 

If the timesheet is created using the Copy Previous Timesheet (with Hours) feature:

  • Hours are not copied over for non working days. This includes the below scenarios:
    • Hours are entered on a non working day in the prior timesheet, but that same day of the week is a working day in the next time sheet, the task is copied over, but hours are not copied over.  
    • This is the same if the task has hours entered on a working day in the previous timesheet, but that same day is a non working day in the timesheet hours are being copied to hours are not copied over.
If task dates only fall within the dates of a non working day on a timesheet, that won’t impact whether the task shows up in a timesheet with any of the above scenarios
Additional Information:

See KB000124316 - What impact does the Project setting Open for Time Entry have for Timesheet Population in the New UX?
See KB000124313 - What impact does the Task setting Open for Time Entry have for Timesheet Population in the PPM New UX?
See KB000124319 - How do Task / Assignment Start / Finish dates impact Timesheet Population in the PPM New UX?