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How to upload data from file for Pocket Money Per Diem (PMPD)

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Is there any program to upload data from excel file for Pocket Money Per-Diem (PMPD). Like how we do for Meals Per-Diem / Accommodation in T Code -PRUL

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Shaik

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  • Posted on Dec 30, 2013 at 02:57 PM


    Is this for a specific country version e.g. Slovakia etc? As this pocket money calculation is only triggered for 2 countries. What you can use is the meal per diem functionality, having the meal per diem checkbox in the trip and maintaining V_T706V the lump sum amounts.

    Did you try RPR_UPDATE_PER_DIEMS_FROM_FILE though if it is one of the specific countries with this functionality e.g. Czech or Slovakia?

    cheers

    Sally

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      Hi Sally,

      Thanks for your reply

      .

      1.We have configured Meals Per-Diem in table V_T706V based on hours. Actually, we want to configure accommodation per-diem based on hours, we thought of configuring in Pocket money (PMPD).

      Can you please guide how to configure Accommodation per-diem based on hours.

      2. I have uploaded meals per-diem. Can i hve an expense head created against meals per-diem table.

      My requirement is to claim the meals expenses by producing actual bills and the per day limit should be validated against the table V_T706V

      Regards

      Shaik

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