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Note 2227185 IDWTPARTNERADD_US --> US_1042_RATE field missing


I´m implementing Note 2227185 wich add some fields (US_1099INT_TAX, .., US_1099_FATCA, US_1042_AMTREP) to structure IDWTPARTNERADD_US (wich is part of structure IDWTPARNER) and make some other changes to other structures, adobe forms, images and smartforms.

But i'm getting error (when i actívate smartform IDWTCERT_US_1042S) because the field US_1042_RATE is not created in structure IDWTPARNER, i see this field must be in the same IDWTPARNERADD_US structure wich is modified by this Note 2227185, but this field is not one of the fields created by this note, there must be another note wich add this US_1042_RATE field ti this structure. I'm looking for notes and prerequisites but i could not find that note.

Does some body knows wich Note adds the field US_1042_RATE (and US_1042_EXMCODE, US_1099_DIRECT) to structure IDWTPARTNERADD_US ? Thanks.



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    Posted on Dec 22, 2015 at 07:06 PM


    see :

    What is the support package versions ?

    I hope that you help.

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  • Posted on Jan 15, 2016 at 01:16 PM

    Frank :

    Did you execute report of note 2240376 - 1042-S - File changes for 2015 and Form corrections - DDIC Changes to generate missing ddic objects?

    CALL METHOD lcl_wb=>add_field_to_table "#EC *


    i_tabname = 'IDWTPARTNERADD_US'

    i_fieldname = 'US_1042_RATE'

    i_datatype = 'DEC'

    i_decimals = '000002'

    i_leng = '000005'

    i_ddtext = 'Tax Rate for chapter4'

    i_langu = 'E'

    i_context = 'US_1042_EXMCODE'.

    Reinhard :

    Look also at attachments (like Structure_changes.pdf) of OSS note 2117915 - US LC 2014 - 1042-S file changes .



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