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Automatic Itemwise Invoce splitting based on VAT Percentage

Hiii Experts,

I have scenario to split the invoice based different VAT percentage of the line items,

For example:

Line Item 10: VAT Percentage 4%

Line Item 20: VAT Percentage 12.5%

Line Item 30: VAT Percentage 4%

I want write the Routine I know all the process for that but how can I write the code for Item wise invoice splitting with different VAT percentage

Thanks in Advance....

Mahadeo..

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    Posted on Dec 26, 2013 at 02:03 PM

    Hi

    Create your own VOFM and add tax criteria to ZUK with the aim to achieve different values for ZUKRI. For instance, check if you can read the values for MWSKZ from VBRP or from KONP-MWSKZ or look for it using VBRP-KNUMH and get it from VBRP, but with this last option be careful with performance. After, set this VOFM in copy rules.

    I hope this helps you

    Regards

    Eduardo

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  • Posted on Dec 26, 2013 at 02:12 PM

    Hi Mahadeo-

    You can achieve through VOFM Routines.

    Go to Transaction VOFM.

    Menu -> Data Transfer -> Billing Documents.

    Create a new routine like 901.

    Please refer to the code of standard routine 003 under the same path.

    You need make VBRK-ZUKRI as the VAT Percentage.

    Example :

    DATA: BEGIN OF ZUK,
    MODUL(3) VALUE '901',
    MWSKZ LIKE VBRP-MWSKZ,
    END OF ZUK.

    ZUK-MWSKZ= VBRP-MWSKZ.

    VBRK-ZUKRI = ZUK.

    Let us know, if it helps.

    Regards,

    Atul Mohanty

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