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[NetSuite] ExpensiError NS0092 You do not have permission to set a value for expense.isbillable
The primary cause of this error is that you have expenses on a report that are marked as billable but there is no customer or project selected.
You will need to make sure customers or projects are enabled in your configuration as tags and select them on the report for each billable expense or enable them as report fields and select a single customer or project for the entire report.
If this is not the case and you already have customers selected, you may need to enable the billable field on your transaction form in NetSuite.
In NetSuite, go to Customization > Forms > Transaction Forms then search for the form type that the report is being exported as in NetSuite (Expense Report, Journal Entry, or Vendor Bill) and click Edit next to the form that has the Preferred Checkboxchecked.
If the report is being exported as an Expense Report:
- Go to Screen Fields > Expenses (the Expenses tab farthest to the right) > make sure the field listed in the error has the Show checkbox checked.
If the report is being exported as a Journal Entry:
- Go to Screen Fields > Lines > make sure the field listed in the error has the Showcheckbox checked.
If the report is being exported as a Vendor Bill:
- Go to Screen Fields > Main > make sure the field listed in the error has the Showcheckbox checked.