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Select employee time for a given cost category in Microsoft Dynamics / Great Plains

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I'm trying to generate a report where each line is an employee and the columns represent fixed cost categories. In each cost category cell for each employee I need to be able to select (and sum) all of the time for the cost category.

Unfortunately my problem isn't related to syntax it's related instead to my ignorance of the Dynamics/GP databases. I don't actually know what database table that time is stored in at all and I haven't found a nice solution for looking up tables and their contents.

Does anyone know which tables/views that would contain the info that I need?

Thanks.
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by:James Glaubiger
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Is this for a Payroll report?

If it is, take a look at the UPRxxxxx tables in the company database.   Specifically UPR30100 & UPR30300 & UPR30400 & UPR00100
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It's not for a payroll report, it's a time summary for certain types of time entries, eg. vacation, sick time, etc. I actually managed to find the tables that I needed by fuddling my way through GP and the database, the ones that I needed were PDK10000 and PDK10001.
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