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Receipt Currency not same as Local Currency for a Domestic Trip

Hi,

Does anyone know why in ESS (Employee Self Service) for an Irish Domestic Trip, when an Expense Type is selected the Receipt Currency is defaulted to GBP while the Local Currency is EUR. The Receipt Currency should also be EUR as the expense being entered is against the Domestic Schema.

I have checked the Global Settings and for the Irish Trip Provision Variant the Trip Currency Indicator is 1 (Currency is determined by Company Code) and in the Employee Self Service config area in Schema and Single Field Control for Web Dynpro for Domestic Schema the Trip Country is defaulted to IE so I am not sure why for a Domestic Schema Trip the Receipt Currency when an Expense Type is selected shows GBP instead to EUR.

Please could anyone let me know if there are any other places this could be configured or if anyone has come across this issue and knows show to resolve it.

Many thanks for your help.

Shree

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    Posted on Mar 25, 2015 at 06:42 AM

    Hi,

    did you check company code settings and company code assignment of employee, including IT0027 and IT0017?

    Or is it for ALL employees?

    rgds, Michael

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    • Hi Michael,

      The company code settings are correct and company code assignment to employee is also correct. There is one employee the expenses have been carried out for. I will check what happens when another employee is created and incur expenses for that employee as this is in the test system.

      Thanks,

      Shree

  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Mar 25, 2015 at 11:29 AM

    please double check trip provision variant after save via transaction PRTE - first table in list.... if the number is correct... If not check structure of assignment....

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