Building Block Configuration Guide

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EHP4 for SAP ERP 6.0

December 2010


Travel Management (191)


Dietmar-Hopp-Allee 16

69190 Walldorf


Building Block Configuration Guide


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1 Purpose 6

2 Preparation 6

.2.1 Prerequisites 6

.2.2 Uploading the Configuration Role 6

3 Configuration 7

.3.1 Maintaining General Settings 7

3.1.1 Number Ranges 7

. Number Ranges for Trip Numbers 7

. Number Ranges for Posting Runs 8

. Number Ranges for Trip Transfer Documents 9

3.1.2 Travel Management Presettings 9

. Define/Delete/Restore Trip Provision Variants 9

. Assign Organizational Areas to Trip Provision Variants via Feature TRVCT 10

. Global Settings 11

3.1.3 Control Parameters from Travel Privileges 12

. Statutory M/A Reimbursement Groups 12

. Enterprise-Specific M/A Reimbursement Groups 13

. Employee Grouping for Travel Expense Types 13

. Employee Grouping for Travel Management 14

. Vehicle Types 14

. Reimbursement Groups for Travel Costs 15

. Vehicle Classes 15

3.1.4 Control Parameters from Trip Data 16

. Define Trip Areas 16

. Define Statutory Trip Types 22

. Enterprise-Specific Trip Type 22

. Trip Activity Type (Travel Expenses Accounting) 23

3.1.5 Travel Expense Types 24

. Travel Expense Types for Individual Receipts 24

. Travel Expense Types for Per Diems/Flat Rates 25

3.1.6 Trip Reimbursement Amounts 25

. Flat Rates for Travel Costs 25

. Period Parameters 26

. Influence of Control Parameters: Accommodation 27

. Influence of Control Parameters: Meals 28

. Per Diems for Meals 28

3.1.7 Dialog Control 29

. Define Schema and Individual Field Control 29

. Default Values for the Dialog 32

. Set up Field Control for Account Assignment Object via TRVCO 32

. Variable Layout for Account Assignment Objects 33

3.1.8 Travel Expense Control 33

. Posting of Paid Individual Receipts 33

. Travel Expenses Control (Expert View) 34

3.1.9 Wage Types 35

. Assign Wage Types to Travel Expense Types for Indiv. Receipt 35

. Assign Wage Types to Travel Expense Types for Per Diems/Flat Rates 36

. Assignment of Wage Type to Symbolic Account 37

3.1.10 Transfer to Accounting 38

. Conversion of Symbolic Account to Expense Account 38

. Assign Substitute Cost Center 39

3.1.11 Integration 40

. Activate Request/Plan/Expense Report in Travel Manager 40

. Deactivate Integration of Travel Planning - Travel Expenses 41

.3.2 Master Data for Travel Management 41

3.2.1 Create Employee 41

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