Writing a new TimeTracker-Application RRS feed

  • Question

  • User163734123 posted

    Hello all,
    after a long time I want to start now to write an extended time tracker application. (based on ASP.net 2.0 + Ajax + SQL Server 2005)
    Therefore I want to ask who will join my ideas and help me.

    At the end companies should install it, configure it for their needs and after that all employees should write their working-times into the application --> at end of month/week personnel office will then see the results via reports.

    Some thinks that the application should do:
    -several languages for displaying
    -Modifing users, teams, roles
    -Creating mulitple working-calendars (where you can define holidays, working-hours)
    -Reports for the personnel office
    -Handling overtime
    -History of changes
    -Assigning worked hours to projects, activities
    ...and countless other thinks

    Now it's your turn, what's your opinion about that?

    Thursday, December 28, 2006 11:42 AM

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  • User-1002638002 posted

    That sounds great.  I've been tweaking the time tracker for a little while now and have done a few of those things.  I'm working on an expense report section also.  Expenses and overtime hours are the two biggest things that we're left off the original, imo.

    I like the idea of multiple languages, modifying teams and roles as well as the working calendars.



    Sunday, December 31, 2006 3:35 PM
  • User-2131720496 posted

    It would be great if people could enter time in a weekly basis.

    i.e the entry form would display the days of the week across the top and projects would be listed down the side

                          |  Mon   |  Tues  | Wed  |  etc...

    Project 1         |     4     |     8    |          |

    Project 2         |      4    |           |     2   |

    "Add Project"



    People should be able to copy last weeks timesheet to this week

    Wednesday, January 10, 2007 12:12 AM
  • User555306248 posted
    Nice idea..
    Wednesday, April 25, 2007 12:02 AM