Public Sub AddTimeSheet()



   Dim oConstit As CRecord

   Dim oUtility As IBBUtilityCode

   Dim oService As REServices

   Dim lJobID As Long

   

   Set oService = New REServices

   oService.Init REApplication.SessionContext

   Set oUtility = oService

   lJobID = oUtility.GetJobIDByJobName("Phone calls", "Phone calls for Walk-A-Thon 2004", 1)

   oService.CloseDown

   Set oService = Nothing

   

   Set oConstit = New CRecord

   oConstit.Init REApplication.SessionContext

   oConstit.Load 635

   

   With oConstit.Volunteer.Timesheets.Add

       .Fields(TimeSheet_fld_DATE) = Date

       .Fields(Timesheet_fld_JOB_ID) = lJobID

       .Fields(Timesheet_fld_DEPARTMENT) = "Business"

       .Fields(Timesheet_fld_LOCATION) = "15 Franklin Avenue"

       .Fields(Timesheet_fld_CATEGORY) = "Before the Walk"

       .Fields(Timesheet_fld_VOLUNTEER_TYPE) = "General"

       .Fields(TimeSheet_fld_HOURS) = 2

   End With

   

   oConstit.Save

   oConstit.CloseDown

   

   Set oConstit = Nothing

       

End Sub

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