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Write a database that will serve as a time clock

 
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 02, 2012 6:47 pm    Post subject: Write a database that will serve as a time clock Reply with quote

Greetings,
From researching and reading I know that I have to create a table that will contain the User Name, I also need to create a table that will have a "Start Time" and "End Time" Fields.

I am seeking advice on how to go about putting together the database using a form that will display at start up of database that will serve as a time clock so we can Clock In/Out, as follows:

Will Prompt for User Name and password
Will Stamp sometime of Auto Date and Time as the user logs in.
User will select Time In or Out ( button or drop down).

My Challenges are as follows:

How to insert the auto date
How to create the password field (I'll research threats to see if there is a solution).
The final product should prompt for user name and password.
Once log in the user will click on IN or OUT, and the information will be recorded so I can total the amount of hours for the week.

I thank you in advance any and all the help that you can provide.

Sincerely yours,
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