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E1: 09E: The Override Manager is Getting Clear From the Employee Profile (F20103) After Any Change in the Employee Profile (P20103) (Doc ID 1670005.1)

Last updated on JULY 05, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Expense Management - Version 9.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Employee profile for Expense management is added using the R09E121 to take them from the Employee Master (F060116) to the Employee Profile for Expense Management (F20103). In the great majority of the employees, the manager in the F060116 remain the manager that approves the expense reports, so in this cases the manager is not been populated in the F20103 as it should (working fine).

For few employees the manager in the Expense Management is not the same as the HR manager, and the F20103 is also created using the R09E121, but overriding the manager in the Processing Options. In this case the manager is populated in the F20103 as it should (working fine).

Some employees in the company can enter expense report for other employees so for these employees the “Multiple Employee Authority” needs to be activated in the Employee Profile (P20103).

The person activating the “Multiple Employee Authority” does not know if the employee has the HR manager for Expense Manager or if the Expense Manager has been overwritten by the R09E121.

The Processing Option in the P20103 for “Use Manager ID from Employee Master” is set with a ‘”1”.

When the person in charge of setting “Multiple Employee Authority” set this field in the P20103 for an employee that the Manager from HR is not the Expense Manager (That has a manger in the F20103), the program clears the manager from the F20103).




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