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Miles/Kms cumulation: exceeding of cumulation limit

Can anyone explain this config to me?

I don't know how it works according to different settings.

This config can be accessed from the path below:

Travel Management > Travel Expenses > Dialog and Travel Expenses Control > Travel Expenses Control > Travel Expenses Control (Expert View)

Here you decide how the miles/kilometers of a trip are to be valuated if the miles/kilometers limits specified in view V_T706F for miles/kms cumulation are exceeded.

The miles/kilometers of the trip are valuated

0 : According to the upper interval

1 : According to the lower interval

2 : By exact miles/kilometers (split)

Can anyone explain the difference of these 3 settings with some examples?

Thanks a lot

Former Member
Former Member replied


1. Lower Interval and Upper Interval

Upper interval is a triggering point after which the mileage rates will be taken different.

Lower interval will be always 99999.

In our above example case upper interval was at 100.

2. How does the system detect that the user has traveled 90KM in previous trip?

Check the table PTRV_KMSUM. It will store the total Accumulated Km traveled by user in particular period (defined as period parameter)

Only the settled tripu2019s data will be stored in this table,

3. To set a maximum Miles/Kms so that, for example, a company will only reimburse up to 500KM per month.

Absolutely correct, period parameter and Miles/Kms Limit is one of option. Try the below path to get other options for Cumulation procedure dependent on Vehicle Type/Class.

Travel Expenses-> Trip Reimbursement Amounts -> Miles/Km Cumulation

Do let me know for any query.


Vaibhav Sharan

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