AX7 T&A: Job card device


The Job card Device form is designed for a touch friendly experience and have a limit to the configurability.

It consists of three main areas:

  • Job action
  • Job information
  • User Action

AX7_TA_JobCardDeviceActions.png

You can configure the Job card Device under
Time and attendance > Setup > Configure job card > Configure job card for devices or
Production control > Setup > Manufacturing Execution > Configure job card for devices.

AX7_TA_JobCardDeviceSetup.png

Report quantity at clock-out gives the user a dialogue for feedback when clocking out.

Lock employee means that the user can authenticate once and start and report on the terminal without being presented the login screen again. They have to select the “Leaving” button and then “Log out” to change user. The terminal then returns to the login screen awaiting a new user credentials.

Barcode scanner puts a generic job input field named “Scan job card” in the bottom of the “Job action” column, that can be used to read the Job ID in to. This field is always first to be in focused (cursor active) when the form loads.

Use the actual time of registration gives an option only do full time registration or only start and report as finished journals.

Single user will only log in with the current active users employee credentials and stays logged in as this user.

Allow workers to set personal filters will show the button where the users can change the filter for the job selection.

You can set a Default device filter for the Production unit, Resource group and Resource.

Assigned users will allow the logged in users to log on to the Job card Device. It is required to be assigned, if not an error will appear.

AX7_TA_JobCardDeviceError

The Job card terminal can be used if you still want to get your time registered. 🙂

Go to the AX 7 – Time and Attendance guide page

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