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We've an Enteprise Portal but the tab in the upper navigation "Travel and expense" is missing. We'd like to use it like it's described here http://www.slideshare.net/murrayfife/submitting-expense-reports-through-the-dynamics-ax-2012-employee-services-portal.
How can we enable this feature? Unfortunately I didn't find any information in the documentation (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh242148.aspx, http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg242506.aspx) in two Contoso systems this feature is not working, too. In one the link directs to "Sale" and in the other Contos EP there's even no link "Travel and expense".
Hello Bernd!Travel and Expenses management, in Dynamics AX2012, has been moved over the Employee Services portal, an entirely seperate portal from the main Enterprise portal you are accustomed to. In order to access it, ensure that you have Travel and Expense enabled in the License configuration window.1. Navigate to System > Setup > Licensing > License configuration2. Ensure Travel and expense is checked
Then navigate to the new Employee Services portal as shown below, replacing my machine name with your machine name.
Hope that answers your question. Reply back if you're still having an issue.Thanks!Matt
Another point is that the current user has to be associated with an employee that has a profile that shows the "Employee services" portal, e.g. the profile "Employee" (but the role CFO doesn't see it out of the box, there's the need for some customizations). The role of the employee has less to do with the role center than the profile. At the first look a little bit confusing.
Can you help to describe more detail about that? I'm quite confuse on what to do then.
Thanks in advance,
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