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How to change existing travel request which is already requested and it’s goes to manager inbox.

Hello Expertise,

I am implementing Travel mangt and we have created work flow our client want if employee create new travel request if mine while any change so employee can change his/her trip ,but I didn't find standard edit/change option in NWBC.

requested to expertise please advice me.

Thanks

Suman

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    Posted on Jan 12, 2016 at 07:38 AM

    From Travel Workcenter service, employee can view all his travel requests and it's status can be tracked. Employee can change the trip requests from here itself.

    Click Travel Work Center link in overview

    It will open below screen, click on All My Travel Requests tab it will show all trip requests. Select the request and click on Change button to edit the request.


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    Posted on Jan 11, 2016 at 09:05 PM

    Hi Suman,

    have you checked the authorization of the user?

    Might be it is set up that the user is not able to modify this status.

    (or try to change trip with sap_all authorization)

    Best regards,

    Sigi

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    • Former Member

      Hello Siegfried,

      Thanks for you response but user has SAP_all authorization as well.

      Is there any role based?

      if it is role based could help me out what are the role we can use standard role?

      what is the role for traveler work center?

      I would like to request share me important T-code which help me out to understand or work easy?

      Thanks and regards

      Suman

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