Projects / phpTimeSheet


phpTimeSheet is a Web-based system to keep track of workers' times on various jobs. The time information is stored in a MySQL database. Hours worked are linked to a specific worker, job, and company, and the system is administered through a password-protected Web interface. Simple reports of the hours may be generated by worker, job and company.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  23 Jun 2004 16:05

    Release Notes: phpTimesheet now requires the phpDateTime classes (which are bundled) and MySQL >= 4.0.17. Many changes were made in the Templates. They now conform to XHTML. Styles were moved out of the HTML code into the CSS. The HTML code was moved out of the classes into the Templates. Many interfaces were redesigned. The program's own db_query() function is now used, replacing mysql_query() for collecting statistical and debug data. Many bugs and NOTICES were fixed. Many internal code changes and optimizations were made for security and performance and cleanliness and documentation.

    •  02 Jun 2004 11:09

      Release Notes: Minor changes were made to the database design, the templates were rewritten for XHTML compliance, and all files were renamed from php3 to php. A problem with several admins seeing the same timesheet was fixed, and internal code changes were made.

      •  28 Feb 2001 09:24

        Release Notes: This release now displays total hours for each day on the main timesheet form, a problem with the install not setting up weeks for the year 2001 has been corrected, and most of the global variables have been replaced with defines.

        •  21 Feb 2001 10:37

          Release Notes: A problem whereby the administering user could not access other user's timesheets from the administrative interface has been fixed. The display precision of hours to has been changed to 2 decimal places. A PHP3 compatability issue with one form template was resolved.

          •  22 Aug 2000 07:50

            Release Notes: Reporting capability and database export functions have been included. The starting day of the week may be set to either Monday or Sunday. The administration system uses HTTP authentication. Limited local language support has been added. A mail notify option was added. The system will now function past the end of 2000. Many minor bug fixes.

            Recent comments

            27 May 2006 09:35 przyjazn

            Looks nice, but nothing worth
            phpTimeSheet looks nice but it's no worth to download. I got package(old version) and CVS(latest) from SF. In both I couldn't install or use it. Files are not in this directories where should be, 'install' description is not up-to-date, couldn't run or login into (even reading all posts on forum and tries sollutions). As I see, this project is abandoned.


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