Biggles wrote:eblood66 wrote:Biggles wrote:Although you will get a notification that you can’t enter your own expense, you can in fact enter the expense. What you can’t do is approve it.
Unless something has changed, when you enter the expense it considers you the first approver. it will requires a second approver but it's supposed to have two approvers other than yourself and that doesn't happen (or at least didn't) when you enter an expense for yourself. As far as i could ever tell you need to have someone else enter the expense and then a 3rd person approve it to conform to policy.
Here in the UK, I can enter an expense for myself, but the system displays a notification to the effect l can’t. However it allows me to proceed with the process. If, as an experiment, I try to approve the expense, it quite rightly doesn’t allow that. Two alternative approvers are then required to complete the process.
Also see my post #99 in this thread.
This would be great if it does allow 2 approvals after I enter a reimbursement to myself. It isn't clear that it is doing that. I've been concerned that the message warning me is indicating I'm approving my own request.