Terminal Timezone

Logbooks could be complicated if time zones were observed when recording start and stop time, so regulations ask that logbooks are kept in the Terminal Timezone. A freight carrier with the main terminal in the Central Timezone should have drivers keeping time always in Central Time. Even after that driver crosses into Mountain Time, they should continue to record their Hours of Service in Central Time. A simple world clock application on a smart phone can assist a driver, as would a wrist watch set to Central Time.

You can’t raise pigs


Your biscuits are dry Broken Cookie

General error messages when attempting to navigate after an extended period of inactivity in which session refresh timeout values have been exceed and the user no longer has access to WRbil until they reaffirm credentials.

mPipe not defined

Only can be fixed by admin, navigate to US->admin->sms functions.

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A PeRang is a Period Range, also known as session date ranges, most commonly the z (ZEE) axis range for the current year. For the first period of the current year the perang is January 1 to March 31, depending on fiscal year.

Bookkeepers often start their day on WRbil setting the z axis of their perang. If you are having trouble finding a certain type of periodic reporting capability, you probably forgot to set your z-perang.

Since their are more perangs than just the z axis, here is a chart to demonstrate the perangs that may need to be set.

z – Current Year
y – t minus one – usually last years corresponding period.
x – t minus two – usually two years agp corresponding period.
w – t minus three or sometimes the third column, as applies.
v – t minus four
u – t minus five
t – t minus siz
s – t minus seven
r – t minus eight

Priv and Auth

Authentication – Identity and verification of such.

Authority – What an identity is allowed to do.

Privilege – Heightened ability to do things within what is allowed.

Privacy – individual areas of data storage, especially when dealing with intermediate results.

Wdub or dub-dub

A Wdub (pronounced dub dub) is a predefined format for importing and exporting data. Employee data has a predefined format of id, first_name, last_name, home_phone, cell_phone, hire_date, term_date, separation_info, address1, category.

Wdub is predefined to streamline import and export of data. WRbil provides data Wdub export so that the data may be more readily imported. Wdub import is a single step rapid operation requiring no tedious matching of column headings for effective results. Wdub import may re-assign id’s during import, if a conflict is detected.

The Xdub is more complete and is only defined by the spreadsheet produced.

Custom is an export of exactly the field headings used for the super list. There is no import option for custom spreadsheets.