Has anyone successfully set up fake employees to capture run time with no costs associated. Many times our product can run unattended and at the end of 1st shift we don't want to have one 2nd shift guy clock on to 20 or so jobs.

We want to be able to capture the time for the next time we run the job (or similar jobs) when it may not be able to guaranty the availiblity of the 2nd shift.

Back in June 2002 on the list there was some talk about a employee type M for machine, but I couldn't find anything in the manuals or E:Info about it.

Any suggestions of what people have done would be helpful. Thanks.

-Tom Stieger
Engineer
California Fine Wire
805-489-5144 x235



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