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Dear All,

In FB60 Tcode , i am giving Amount as Rs. 100 on Basic Data tab.

Also in line item giving amount as Rs. 100 - debit.

Now vendor is applicable for Withholding tax.

On Withholding tax tab , i am giving Rs. 10000 as W/tax Base Amount.

WHile simulating Document, system gives message,

Withholding tax base amount exceeds amount of customer/vendor item 001, Message no. 7Q331 (This is a warning Message)

After that again system gives message

Withholding tax amount exceeds the customer/vendor line item amount 001, Message no. 7Q321 (This is a error Message).

Now system gives correct message as my line item amount is 100 and W/tax base amount is 10000.

But i want Message No. 7Q321 as a Warning Message.

In OBA5, i have added Application area 7Q and Message No. 321 as warning message.

i.e Message No. 321 , as Online 'W', Batch "W" and Standard 'W'.

Still it's gives error message insted of Warning Message.

So how to convert Message No. 7Q321 From error message to Warning Message.

Regards

Swati Shah

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  • Posted on May 24, 2013 at 10:42 AM

    Hi Swati,

    This is standard message it should not change and it will not change in OBA5, but still if you want to change it then you have to take help of your Abaper.

    Thanks

    Ashwani

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    Posted on May 24, 2013 at 12:51 PM

    Do you have a scenario where you give WHT base amount is more than the line item amount ? Normally it should be same or less than the line item , that is the case , error message is logical.

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