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Problem with LSMW Mapping

Hi,

I am new to SAP. I am facing problem in mapping the Customer master Tax Fields in LSMW. I am uploading customer master records from flat file using LSMW and in KNVI table, I am not able to populate the two tax classification values.I've tried it for one country and was successful. But I am not able to populate for two countries at a time.Any suggestions on this problem?

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    Posted on Sep 29, 2005 at 01:07 PM

    Just went thru the program documentation and found this.

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    For taxes, only "valid" records may be transferred, that is, BKNVI-ALAND must be the country of the sales organization or one of the plants belonging to it, and BKNVI-TATYP must be allocated to this country via table TSTL. These two fields must be transferred. Furthermore, note that the tax classification BKNVI-TAXKD for the tax type is permitted (table TSKD).

    When transferring tax data using batch input, you should also note that the data is always transferred to the step loop screen 1350 of module pool SAPMF02D. This is also the case if there is only one relevant tax rate (country/tax type/tax classification). In this case, screen 1350 would not apply online and the tax classification would be maintained on screen 0320 (billing document).

    In batch input, however, tax data must never be transferred to screen 0320, otherwise a termination occurs.

    Screen 1350 follows screen 0320 in the process flow. The complete datasets (KNVI-ALAND, KNVI-TATYP and KNVI-TAXKD) are to be transferred in each case. You should consider the tax determination, and in particular the contents of table KNVI before structuring the batch input process online.

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