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updates in task time declaration not reflected in timesheets

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flg
on 8/1/14, 11:23 AM 699 views

Hello

My users enter the activities within the project/tasks. This to allow the use of resources forecasting and delegation within the projects/tasks.

When we create a timesheet, the time declarations made within the  project tasks are reflected in the timesheets

As long as we do not modify the timesheet (such as by adding a new line, for time spent in leaves for example) we can still modify the time declared in project/task and the modification get reflected within the timesheets.

But as soon as a the timesheets are modified in a way or another, then the changes made at project/task level are not being reflected anymore.

This is really unwanted as coherence can not be maintained and thus the system lose all its advantages => Can this be avoided ? (making bidirectional relations between the time declarations in Project Tasks and theTime Declarations in timesheets?)

 

Franck

 

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flg
On 12/19/14, 4:01 PM

Unfortunately no.

matt454357 triel to help as visible ion github but it is not yet fixed: https://github.com/odoo/odoo/issues/1349#issuecomment-63016542

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deconinck
On 12/19/14, 11:33 AM

did you find a solution to this problem 

I have the same trouble ...

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