|A reference number for the Time Entry, used if you wish to modify a time entry already in QuickBooks
|The date of the time entry.
MANDATORY FIELD - Employee name as it appears in QuickBooks, this is usually FirstName LastName, but can be reversed in preferences. If ZA cannot match the name it will create a new employee.
CustomerRef refers to the full (ie ACME:Job 1) customer or customer job to which this time could be billed. If BillableStatus is set to Billable, CustomerRef is required.
A service item refers to services that a business charges for or purchases. Examples include specialized labor, consulting hours, and professional fees. In a Time Entry message, ItemServiceRef refers to the type of work. If no CustomerRef is specified, then ItemServiceRef is not needed. If BillableStatus is set to Billable, then Time Entry must include both Item Service Item and Customer.
Each payroll wage item describes and names a payment scheme, for example, Regular Pay or Overtime Pay. Within QuickBooks, a timesheet can specify a payroll wage item only if the following criteria are met: The name on the timesheet is on the QuickBooks Employee list, and The “Use time data to create paychecks” preference turned on in the Payroll Info window that gives information about that employee in QuickBooks.
MANDATORY FIELD - Time spent doing the work, this can be in the format hh:mm ie one and a half hours should appear as 1:30 or it can be entered as decimal hours ie 1.5 hours is the equivalent of one hour and 30 minutes. Axis automatically converts decimal hours to hh:mm format
Classes can be used to separate transactions into meaningful categories. Must match what is in QB
The billing status of this item line. Accepted values are Billable, NotBillable, HasBeenBilled, if Billable then must include Customer and service item
Retired in 2008 - If IsBillable is true, the tracked time is billable, and you must specify CustomerRef and ItemServiceRef so that an invoice can be created. If no invoice will be created, set IsBillable to false.