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Idoc Intercompany Tax Jurisdiction code error FF774 Calculation procedure TAXAU does not exist in tax jurisdiction definition

For employee expense posting from an external system, I am configuring BAPI_ACC_DOCUMENT_POST to post FB60 invoices in SAP.

Expenses are booked against project WBS elements. It is a multi-company setup.If the WBS element belongs to another company, system generates inter-company postings correctly.

For the intercompany documents from US (Country where Tax Jurisdiction code is required) to Australia (Country for which No Tax Jurisdiction code defined) the Idoc get status 51 error with the description - FF774 Calculation procedure TAXAU does not exist in tax jurisdiction definition.

Example : Credit (Employee - US company) / Debit ( WBS - AU Company)

When I post a manual invoice in FB60, the documents get posted correctly in each company. Intercompany documents between countries without jurisdiction code works fine as well.

My assumption is that In the AU company, system is unable to fill BSEG-STBUK "tax company code " with the header company code.

Instead it tries to post with jurisdiction code in Australia (line item company) which causes the error.

Not sure if any of the config activities is missing or is there any SAP note available to fix this.

Any help would be much appreciated.

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  • Posted on May 18, 2015 at 06:46 PM

    I am still struggling with this. Any thoughts welcome

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