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Tax code in SRM

Hi All,

I have created tax code in SRM and mapped with back end tax code in SPRO which looks like "DD (local SRM Tax code) DEVCLNT040 EE (Backend tax code)". I have transported this change to quality system where i have expected to see the entry like " DD QACLNT040 EE" but it was having same entry pointing to development system as "DD DEVCLNT040 EE". When i moved this change to production, it was still pointing to DEV system. Why system is picking DEV instead QA system id or PROD sys id? is it standard behavior that SAP will transport system id along tax codes to pther system? please suggest.

Regards,

Prasad

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    Posted on Jul 27, 2016 at 08:08 AM

    Hi All,

    Kindly suggest.

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  • Posted on Jul 27, 2016 at 09:05 AM

    Hi Prasath

    Please note there are certain SPRO configs in SRM in which the source system gets picked up automatically and I am assuming you are referring to the below entry you must have addeD?

    This is a normal SRM behavior .

    The only way to work on this is to get the client opened and maintain the entries in the system directly like for Prod , Quality and Development each via client opening .

    For your reference you may also want to check Account assignment >> Define GL account for product category there also you would have a similar setup where for each new entry in this config you need to enter it via your respective client and if you choose to transport these changes from Dev to quality it will be quite a mess .

    Regards

    Vinita


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