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Setup Guide: Employee Error Log Types

Setting up and managing Employee Error Log Types. Error Log Types are used in the Employee Error Logs.

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Accessing Error Log Types

To access the Error Log Types Setup Screen, click System Setup located on the Main Menu, select Employee Error Log Types from the setup options and then click the Proceed Button (See Figure 1).
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Navigating the Employee Error Log Type Screen

The Employee Error Log Types Screen displays a list of the Error Log Types. Error Log Types are assigned to Departments which are located below Divisions. Use the Divisions and Departments Drill-down Menu to display the Error Log Types for a specific Department.

Once a Division and Department has been selected in the Drill-down Menu, the Error Log Types for the selected Department will be displayed. The Error Log Types List can be filtered by the First Letter of the Error Type Name and set to display either Active, Non-Active or All Error Types. Employee Error Log Types can be displayed 10 per page using the Turn Paging On Link or displayed all on one page by clicking the Turn Paging Off Link (See Figure 2).
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Adding an Employee Error Log Type

To add a new Employee Error Log Type, navigate to the appropriate Department using the Division Department Drill-down Menu located on the left side of the Error Log Types Screen. Once a Department has been selected, click the Add Error Log Type Link located at the top of the Employee Error Log Types Screen.
Note:

The Add Error Log Type Link is not visible until a Department has been selected in the Division Department Drill-down Menu (See Figure 3).
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When the Add Error Log Types Screen opens, enter an Error Log Type Name, assure the Active Status is set to Yes and then click the Save Button. The new Error Log Type will appear in the current Error Log Type List (See Figure 4).
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Editing an Employee Error Log Type

To edit an existing Employee Error Log Type, navigate to the appropriate Department using the Division Department Drill-down Menu located on the left side of the Error Log Types Screen. Once a Department has been selected, click the Error Log Type Edit Link located on the right side of the Employee Error Log Type (See Figure 5).
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When the Employee Error Log Type Edit Screen opens, edit the Error Log Type Name and Active Status as required. Then click the Save Button to apply the changes (See Figure 6).
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Deleting an Employee Error Log Type

To delete an existing Employee Error Log Type, click the Delete Link located on the right side of the Error Log Type Entry — on the Employee Error Log Types Screen (See Figure 7).
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After clicking the Delete Link, a Delete Confirmation screen will be presented. Click the Delete Record Button to confirm the delete action (See Figure 8).
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Note:

An Employee Error Log Type can only be deleted if there are no records in any other Integrated Business Applications Modules — using the Error Log Type Record being deleted. If there are records attached to the Error Log Type, a 'Record In Use' error message will be displayed (See Figure 9).
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