The object that a business process operates on. For example, for business processes that deal with an employee record, the target is the employee. For business processes that deal with a financial object, such as an accounting journal, the accounting journal is the target. Since the target determines the organization, it controls which business process custom definition Workday uses.
A business process step that users must complete. For example, task alert notifications are triggered by steps in a business process.
Users have the option to make any custom report temporary. When creating or copying simple report types, users can select the Temporary option when creating the report, resulting in automatic deletion of the report after 7 days. Similarly, for advanced and matrix report types, users can set the Temporary option when creating the report, and by default the report will be deleted automatically after seven days. Users change the default deletion date on the Advanced tab of the report definition.
A group of users who share a common access with specific privileges to the software instance. Georgia Tech will have its own tenant within Workday.
To-Dos are reminders to do something within or outside of the Workday software. They can be part of business processes and must be marked complete before the workflow will go to the next step.
Identifies the translation type (average, current, custom, or historic) to translate currencies using fiscal year criteria.
Workday provided translation types are preconfigured translation methods used to fill in the rate type. They do not provide default or allow rate types, because rate types are tenanted. The custom translation type provides full control over setting up the translation method.