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From BJ Freeman <bjf...@free-man.net>
Subject Re: How to maintain the relationship between position and department?
Date Wed, 31 Aug 2011 06:03:37 GMT
I will wait, but from your answer, I don't see that the
partyrealtionship being considered.

Hans Bakker sent the following on 8/30/2011 9:32 PM:
> my comments inline....
> On Tue, 2011-08-30 at 11:39 -0700, BJ Freeman wrote:
>> Just checking:
>> So and employee (party.PartyType relation.name =PARTY_PTY_TYP) with a
>> Party.From.PartyRelationship.From.RoleType=CONTRACTOR will be able to
>> Select the Organization Party
>> (party.PartyType=Person,Oganization,PartyGroup,ContractingCompany) of
>> the contracting company?
>> If so you could not find the Departments of the Company
>> (party.PartyType=InternalOrganization)
>> I would like HR to be revisted as to its whole Structure.
>> Having the PartyRelationship be the driving criteria.
>> with Organization to organization, person to organization, person to
>> person, covered.
> this is already happening and if you wait a bit, you can set up the
> organization in the HR main screen tree. You can then also assign a
> position to a party in the role internal organization.
>> once those were defined then departments for the from and to
>> organization can be defined.
>> BTW thanks for using the Tree for UI. I am only sad that the Tree widget
>> is not worked on to accomplish this.
>> Be glad to go into more depth about this in a Jira if you want to start one.
>> Hans Bakker sent the following on 8/29/2011 10:38 PM:
>>> Hi!
>>> we are at the moment improving the HR tree in the main screen to show
>>> the data organization better and make the component easier to use....
>>> Now your question:
>>> If you go to employee position and create a new one you will see that
>>> you have have to specify a partyId three fields from the top. We should
>>> probably change the name of this field to organization partyId because
>>> here is where you specify the department.
>>> Regards,
>>> Hans

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