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EEX 9.2: Select Tile My Wallet and Import the Line to an Expense Report the Billing Type is not being Inherited from the Employee Profile (Doc ID 2793314.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 18, 2021

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Expenses - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When Importing My Wallet lines the billing type value is defaulting from the Setup Fin>Product Related>Expenses>Management>Expense default Billing Code instead of the billing type defined in the Employee Profile.

Replication Steps:
1) Set up an Employee Profile to have a default billing type.   Travel and Expenses>Manage Employee Information >Update Profile >User Defaults go to Expense Details section and populate the Billing Type field. (e.g. Billable)

2) Via Setup Financials>Product Related>Expenses>Management>Expenses Billing Code and select a Billing Code that is not the same Billing Type as in the Employee Profile and select the Default checkbox for the billing code (e.g. Non-Billable) 

3) Select Expense tile

4) Select My Wallet tile

5) Page renders and then select the More icon

6) Select a wallet transaction from the list

7) Next select the Report icon to import the transaction to a report

8) Populate required fields and then select the Update Details pushbutton

The billing type for Wallet transactions is defaulting from Setup Financials>Product Related>Expenses>Management>Expenses Billing Code default instead of defaulting from the employee profile.

The incorrect billing type can have accounting implications.  For example, when expense lines are "billable"  but default with a "non-billable" billing type the result will be the billable expense lines  defaulting with non-billable billing code will NOT be sent to Projects for cost collections. 

Changes

 

Cause

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