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Issue with Condition Record Plant & Material Group in PO

Hi,

For a Tax code “KA” while maintaining Tax conditions by FV11 for Condition types JSRT/JKK1/JSB1/JVRN, following key combination is used:

JSRT- TAx Classification

JKK1 - Tax Class

JSB1-TAx Classification

JVRN - Plant & Material Group

Further In a PO above Tax Code “KA” is taken and in the Me23n>Invoice Tab> Tax Button > Tax Details Screen is showing correct values of Condition types JSRT/JKK1/JSB1/JVRN but in the Print Preview value of JVRN is not coming.

We discussed this issue with ABAP and they are saying that Condition Type JVRN (which condition record is maintained by key combination Plant & Material Group) is not extracting in FM calculate_tax_item but other value of other condition types JSRT/JKK1/JSB1 are coming in FM and output also.

We are struggling here why FM “calculate_tax_item” not extracting values condition type whose condition record is maintained by key combination “Plant/Material Group” but other side it is working fine if condition record is maintained by Tax Classification.


Regards,


Viraj

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  • Posted on Aug 16, 2016 at 03:29 PM

    Hi,

    In the FM: CALCULATE_TAX_ITEM, pass the material and material group from EKPO table and check the scenario.

    Regards,

    AKPT


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  • Posted on Aug 18, 2016 at 07:33 AM

    Hi Prasoon,

    As you suggested I have passed Material Group in FM “calculate_tax_item” but Condition type JVRN (Plant & Material Group Key combination is used in the Condition record) is not showing.


    Could you please check from your end :


    Create a Tax code


    Maintain Condition record by FV11 and use key combination ( Plant & Material Group)

    Check in SE37 > FM “calculate_tax_item”

    Thanks in advance and appreciate your feedback.

    Regards,

    Viraj

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