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How to test a future date expense?

I need to setup VAT rate changes valid from a future date, I have made the changes in test environment, how can I test those changes in test as exception is raised that future date is not allowed?

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Re: How to test a future date expense?

@saumyagupta the future date not allowed is an audit rule. So, you have a couple of options:

1. Add a condition to the audit rule that excludes test users. That way with a test user profile, you can use a future date and the system will not block it. 

2. Deactivate the Future Date audit rule while you are testing. 

 

I would probably highly recommend option 1 as my guess is that the future date audit rule will be used by your company. 

 

Do you have experience with Audit Rules and adding conditions to them?


Thanks,
Kevin Dorsey
SAP Concur Sr. Training Consultant

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SAP Concur Employee
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Re: How to test a future date expense?

@saumyagupta the future date not allowed is an audit rule. So, you have a couple of options:

1. Add a condition to the audit rule that excludes test users. That way with a test user profile, you can use a future date and the system will not block it. 

2. Deactivate the Future Date audit rule while you are testing. 

 

I would probably highly recommend option 1 as my guess is that the future date audit rule will be used by your company. 

 

Do you have experience with Audit Rules and adding conditions to them?


Thanks,
Kevin Dorsey
SAP Concur Sr. Training Consultant

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