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Error in summary page- Per diem is shown in individual receipt as negative

Hi,

While raising travel expense with per-diem for meal, in the summary section on last page where we send for approval I am facing following issue.

The summary report shows:

Summary

Total Meals per Diem 75,00 GBP

Total Individual Receipts 75,00- GBP

Total Travel Expenses 0,00 GBP

Amount Reimbursed 0,00 GBP

Amount Paid Out 0,00 GBP

- Per diem amount is reflected as negative in individual receipt as well in summary section, though in PREC it is getting refleted to correct wagetype of per-diem.

How can it be solved??

Thanks in advance.

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 09:26 AM

    Hi,

    Can you please check in table 706k, whether your wage types are assigned to symbolic accounts using negative sign?!

    Regards,

    LNB

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      Hi,

      Can you check this one...

      Negative Postings

      If you have permitted negative postings in Financial Accounting, these are also valid when you reverse travel expenses. In this case a debit posting reduces the credit side of the account and a credit posting reduces the debit side of the account.

      In Customizing for Financial Accounting, you activate negative postings under Financial Accounting ->Global Settings ->Global Parameters for Company Code -> Enter Global Parameters , by selecting the Negative Postings Allowed checkbox. Since travel expenses cannot contain both positive and negative document items, you do not need to define document types that allow individual identification of document items as negative postings.

      Regards,

      LNB

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