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Meals per diem for additional destinations

Dear experts,

We have a requirement for trips abroad with additional destinations to different countries

for example, an employee goes first to Germany (e.g. 2 days) and then to USA (let it be 3 days) and then comes back to home country.

let it be per diem rate for Germany 45 Euro/ day (course to local currency is 40)

for USA 60 USD/ day 35

In this case we need to calculate meals per deam as following: 24540 + 36035

But SAP calculates it all according to German rate as 54540

does anyone know how to avoid it?

thanks & best regards

N.S.

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2 Answers

  • Jul 21, 2011 at 07:20 PM

    Hi Nina

    I suspect this could be to do with how you have the hours and intervals defined (and are you starting this from a domestic schema first of all as if so then is the problem as the trip schema can only be domestic or international and not both when taking into consideration per diem calculation!) You must have the distinction that the trip is either domestic or international basically.

    Also In the standard logic, a reimbursement interval has maximal 24 hours (neither a calendar day or a 24 hours

    interval). If you maybe reach within 1 calendar day, 1 additional destination at 13:00 the interval is divided into 1 interval

    from 00:00 - 13:00 and one from 13:00 - 24:00. So the reimbursement amounts for hours in view V_T706V are read 1 time with 13 hours and 1 time with 11 hours. So in sum T706V is read with 24 hours for this day. This is the same as if there would be no additional destination.

    It also depends on what is the max/min rate you have defined to reach full per day per diem in each case too, you would need to define hour split to make a domestic trip work with additional destination so you have to maintain in T706V and T706H in a way that with in these 2 intervals, the same amount is calculated as if it would be 1 interval from 00:00 - 24:00.

    Hope this helps

    Sally

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    Jan 16, 2013 at 02:15 PM

    Hi Nina, can you please share how did you resolve this issue please?

    Regards,

    M Senthil Vel

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