Supporting virtually all
Pacific Timesheet supports all versions of Windows, OS X, Suse Linux, RedHat Linux, AIX and other operation systems. Pacific Timesheet also supports all leading browsers, databases, middleware and other key system components.
operating systems, databases and middleware.
Operating System SupportBy supporting the Java Platform, Pacific Timesheet Enterprise runs on more operating systems than any competitor. We support all types of Linux, Windows, AIX, HP-UX and Solaris.
Pacific Timesheet supports leading databases such as Oracle, SQL Server and Mysql.
- MS SQL Server: SQL Server 2005, 2008, 2012 with Mixed Mode Authentication (Windows Authentication and SQL Server Authentication) enabled.
- Oracle: Oracle 9i or later
- MySQL (for test servers only): Version 5.0.22 or later with InnoDB as the default table format.
Middleware supportPacific Timesheet supports all leading Java Platform application servers.
- Safari/up to latest version
- Chrome/up to latest version
- Internet Explorer/9.0 of later
- Firefox/up to latest version
Supported Authentication Integration
- SAML 2.0 Single Sign-On
- Active Directory
- Open LDAP
- Desktop and Laptop PCs running Windows or Mac OS
- iPhone, iPad, iPad Mini
- Android smartphone and tablet devices
- Windows Surface
- Actatek Time Clocks, ZK Software Time Clocks
- Legacy Time Clocks connected to customer databases
- Landline, smartphone and cell phones connecting with our IVR data centers
In general, hard disk space is related to the number of time, work and asset entries created.
A single timesheet can require at least 150K of storage. To plan for timesheet capacity you can multiply this estimate by the number of active employees with timesheets and the number of weeks in a year.
- Work, Asset and Other Entries:
A single data entry can range in size from as few as 5K to as much data as an entire timesheet, if the entry is a supervisor log, for example. Entries can contain files such as images, documents or other items that can take up even more storage. A ranged estimate of data capacity needed for your system will require analyzing the type and number of work, asset other entry data types being stored in your system.