The Task [task] table provides a time-tracking field called Time worked. When the task is saved, the amount of new time in the timer is used to generate a record on the Time Worked [task_time_worked] table.
This field measures how long a record has been viewed in order to measure work time on a ticket. This table can be viewed as a related list on the task form.
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The Third Imperium uses a regularized version of the calendar originally developed on Terra.
It shares seconds, minutes, hours, days and weeks with the Solomani version, but does not organize them into intermediate months.
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The following article outlines the workings of each system and defines the reference date that determines year 0 in each and how to convert dates between various systems.Note that converting from a calendar that does not have a zero year (e.g. the 0 point is an instant in time, rather than a complete year, must account for the "missing" year when going from "negative" dates to positive ones.Primary Calendars of the Imperium: As the largest and most dominant polity, the calendars of the Imperium have been central to interstellar trade and history although despite their wide use, they are still not an official or standardized galactic calendar.The following field types are provided for storing date and time information in records.For the full list of field types, see Introduction to Fields.