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error when manager approve a leave request from another country

Dear All,

My case is, multinational group, an employee from a country ex. Germany submitted a leave request for leave type XXXX with quota deduction from quota XX, the technical manager who is responsible for approve this request is located in another company and different country.

be note that, all employees these different companies and countries are have assigned to different types of quotas and absence types.

When the manager who assigned on country ex. France try to approve the submitted request from Germany, the system gives this error:

  • Unable to interpret [quota type name & details] as a number.

I think this problem because the difference between the employee grouping and subarea grouping for absence quota.

could you help me regarding this case? how to solve it.

Appreciate your advice.

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  • Posted on Jan 07, 2014 at 08:05 AM

    Check the T-code ST22 log from ECC side for that user id. It's giving dump when it's comparing value with some validation.

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  • Posted on Jan 07, 2014 at 05:49 PM

    this issue is fixed, you can implement the note

    1857879 - Leave approval application dumps

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