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Need Help regarding SAP Note 2004321

Hi Experts ,

I am new to SAP Notes functionality. Our client wants to generate tax report for Luxembourg using the following path from SAP easy access menu :


Start of the navigation path Accounting Next navigation stepFinancial Accounting Next navigation stepGeneral Ledger Next navigation stepReporting Next navigation stepStandard Audit File for Tax Purpose (SAFT) Next navigation stepSAFT Settings Next navigation stepCountry-Specific Settings Next navigation stepLuxembourg End of the navigation path:


For this they are referring to SAP Note 2004321 . But after successful implementation of this Note and all other subsequent notes also, we are unable to see this path in SAP Easy Access menu. Upto

Start of the navigation path Accounting Next navigation stepFinancial Accounting Next navigation stepGeneral Ledger Next navigation stepReporting

the path is same after reporting option the menu tree is different . Our Basis team and functional team are asking for ABAP help(where I belong to).


Can anybody help me out in this issue?? Is there anything to be done from ABAP side?? or is there anything required from functional side / basis side??


Thanks In Advance.

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    Posted on Jan 13, 2016 at 04:15 PM

    Hi, I think it's part of package ID-FI-SAFT, check if you have such

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  • Posted on Jan 14, 2016 at 09:50 AM

    Hi,

    Paths in Area menu are delivered generally by SP upgrade and not by note implementation.

    You can execute the report transaction for the customizing process and other steps.

    Best Regards,
    Ayush

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