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I have a requirement , where we are doing STO process in the same state but user is not doing VF01( Invoice or Performa). Now user prints a delivery challan(smartform) against the Delivery created in the above process through Z-TCode.

In our smartform user displays HSN code for all the materials which are transferred. User wants to display the Tax percentage which they have maintained in VK11 based on Region of Supplying Plant , Region of Receiving Plant and Control Code.

Since STO pricing procedure is not determined in Delivery process and VF01 is not happening, it is not possible to determine which tax condition type and its percentage which is being picked by the system for above combination and Hence no Data is the table KONV.

Please suggest on how to proceed further.

Thanks in advance.

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  • Dear Sir,

    Please accept my apology for giving you this kind of impression. Allow me to rephrase my question in order you to understand it more.

    I have a requirement , where we are doing STO process in the same state but user is not doing VF01( Invoice or Performa). Now user prints a delivery challan(smartform) against the Delivery created in the above process through Z-TCode. In our smartform user displays HSN code for all the materials which are transferred. User wants to display the Tax percentage which they have maintained in VK11 based on Region of Supplying Plant , Region of Receiving Plant and Control Code.

    Since STO pricing procedure is not determined in Delivery process and VF01 is not happening, it is not possible to determine which tax condition type and its percentage which is being picked by the system for above combination and Hence no Data is the table KONV.

    Please suggest on how to proceed further.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Nov 02, 2019 at 03:24 PM
     FI says the amount here is the tax amount which was maintained from FI side not the SD side? Is it correct?

    You have to make your FI Consultant understand that KONP stores the pricing master data maintained in VK11 which is an SD transaction code

    My be, they would have maintained the same rate in FTXP or FV11 therefore, you are being told like this

    You can show them the same in VK13

    Here is a question for you i.e What if condition record is not maintained (natural human error)and stock transfer is being performed as system in no way going to fetch pricing master data into transactional level for GST 0% for the same state having same GSTIN number? Is auditor not going to question you about this? May be this has been discussion with your legal team if yes, what was their opinion on this as the process has already been implemented in your system?

    Regards

    Kamlesh

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  • Posted on Nov 01, 2019 at 09:25 AM

    Did you check in KONP table ?

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    • yes i do get the amount of the tax in table after passing the condition number - which i got from the condition table maintained through V/03. - FI says the amount here is the tax amount which was maintained from FI side not the SD side? Is it correct?

      Is there any other table which we can use ?

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