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The condition record for this tax code has been deactivated

Hi Gurus,

I am maintaining Tax Code condition record in FV11 for Country SG and Condition Type MWVS for Tax code V0 but facing below error -

The condition record for this tax code has been deactivated

Message no. VK395

Need the solution to the problem.

Sid

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    Posted on May 12, 2015 at 05:32 AM

    It could be a program error according to the OSS note 2088563 - Check for deactivated tax rate (2)

    Implement the attach correction in this OSS note.

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  • Posted on May 12, 2015 at 05:30 AM

    in which transaction do you get this error?

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    • Hi,

      Check whether you have:

      1. In TCode OBBG, which Tax Procedure is assigned to your desired country.

      2. In TCode OBQ3, whether Condition Type MWVS is assigned to respective Tax Procedure or not.

      3. Further, in TCode FTXP, whether your respective Tax code is relevant for desired country or not.

      If everything is fine, then try and maintain value for tax condition type in FV11 for respective tax code.

      Thanks,

      JP

  • Posted on May 12, 2015 at 12:13 PM

    Hi,

    As you have message “The condition record for this tax code has been deactivated”, check see the status of Tax condition record status in t.code:FV13 by entering Condition Type MWVS and find tax rate for Tax code V0 for Country SG.

    If you have validity period, you can extend the validity period for Tax code V0 with Condition Type MWVS and Country SG with new tax rate in t.code:FV12.

    If you are unable to maintain Tax condition record for tax code V0 with Condition Type MWVS and Country SG, then check status of Condition Type MWVS in your Tax procedure – any routine used in Reqt/BasType/CalType column.

    Regards,

    Biju K

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    Posted on May 14, 2015 at 06:01 AM

    Hi Gurus,

    Thanks a lot for your support and suggestions. The issue is resolved now.

    The issue is resolved by implementation of note suggested by Dibyendu Patra & Binoy Vargis

    The note details is -

    2088563 - Check for deactivated tax rate (2)


    Thanks,

    Sid

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    Posted on May 12, 2015 at 06:26 AM

    Hi Guru,

    I have seen one symptom, When I maintain rates in FTXP for ex. for tax code V0 - 1 % for condition type MWVS in FTXP then I am able see the rates in FV12 as 1% but I am not able to modify that.

    The rates should be update from T-Code FV11 or FV12 not from FTXP, I am not facing this problem in other system.

    Sid

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    • Most likely in FV11/FV12, you are facing this error because your are trying to save a value for particular validity, where you already have existing entry for that given interval. Probably with different tax code or may similar one

      To know whether you have existing condition record for Tax Condition Type MWVS in your system or not. In SE16N, use Table KONP with following selection:

      Application = TX

      Condition Type = MWVS


      Thanks,

      JP

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