Kronos Record Manager Setup & Troubleshooting

Nov 17, 2009 2:54:00 PM

We've written a few articles over the past year about Change Management and Kronos Workforce Record Manager. I've just posted a white paper and accomanying Slideshare presentation about things to think about during setup and how to troubleshoot issues that commonly arise. I hope this helps some of you out there who are pulling your hair out!

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How to run Kronos Workforce Record Manager LATER

Nov 9, 2009 6:44:00 AM

If you choose to wait a year or so before starting to use Workforce Record Manager, there will be a significant backlog of data that has not been copied to the archive database. To attack this backlog, it is recommended that you first understand how much data you have over various time periods. A good approximation of this can be obtained by going to your database's query tool and running some date relative queries of a key table, the TIMESHEETITEM table. For example, a query like:

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How to run Kronos Workforce Record Manager - Hurry, do it NOW!

Nov 4, 2009 6:12:00 AM

Best Practice Alert: Run Kronos Workforce Record Manager (WRM) on its own application server, not on the production application server. This minimizes the impact WRM has on the performance of the production system. It also allows maintenance of the archive database to be performed outside of the Kronos production system's tight maintenance window.

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When to use Kronos Workforce Record Manager

Oct 30, 2009 10:54:00 AM

Under the best scenario, you might start using Workforce Record Manager (WRM) right away to copy locked payroll data to the archive database. And each time payroll is processed another pay period would be copied to the archive. No data is removed from the production database until much later on. The goal is to keep Kronos Workforce Central product data your users are likely to need to access within the production database. User access to the archive database should be limited and infrequent.

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Why use Kronos Workforce Record Manager?

Oct 29, 2009 1:25:00 PM

So you have bought a license for the Workforce Record Manager software. You know Kronos Record Manager will archive the data created when using the various Workforce Central products, for example, Workforce Timekeeper and Workforce Scheduler, but why, when, and how should it be used? This will be the topic of several blog entries over the next week or so.

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