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Configuration of Manager’s Inbox for Approving Travel Requests in Ehp6 (NWBC)

Dear SAP HCM Community,

This document will guide to configure/ Maintain the Employee’s list for the managers to approve there travel related like Travel Requests/ Expenses in Ehp6 using NWBC architecture.

Prerequisite :

  1. Manager is assigned the role: SAP_FI_TV_WEB_APPROVER and Manager is Using Travel Approval Work Center
  2. ESS/ MSS is on Ehp6 and you are using NWBC framework

Symptoms :When Manager log on to MSS navigate to Travel Approval Work Center screen, no employee’s are visible

Configurations Steps:

  1. Make ensure manager is assigned the role SAP_FI_TV_WEB_APPROVER.
  2. To centrally maintain a list of employees for the approver, run the transaction FPB_MAINTAIN_PERS_S.
  3. Enter the personalization dialog DIA_CO_CCA_TR.
  4. Enter the username for approver and mark the checkbox “update initial data” and execute.
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  6. On the next screen, decide the selection criteria to add employees, options are “H” (Organizational Structure) “S” (Master Cost Center) or “P” (Personnel numbers)  – for option “P”, you need to then enter a list of personnel numbers as follows:
  7. Select the button “Multiple Selection for Personnel Number” and the button “Multiple Selection”
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  9. Press F8 to copy the selection to the personalization dialog and then save.
  10. Now login to portal, you should find that the list of employees as maintained with FPB_MAINTAIN_PERS_S.
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  12. You can also maintain this list for multiple users with transaction FPB_MAINTAIN_PERS_M (collective processing list)
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Best Regards


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      nice document really helpful