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Cannot Relaease Billing Document To Accounting

HI,

We have a bunch of production orders that are sitting & are not released to accounting. When i tried to release one of them to accounting it gives me the following error

Cannot post document: tax base in local currency is zero

<i>

<b>Message no. FF759</b>

<b>Diagnosis</b>

You tried generating a document in which the tax base in local currency is zero although the tax amount and tax base in foreign currency is not zero.

<b>System response</b>

Document entry rejected.

<b>Procedure</b>

Reenter the document.</i>

Can any body please advice how to fix this issue, we have a stockpile of orders sitting in production to be released.

Thanks in advance

Regards,

Vinay

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    Posted on Dec 13, 2006 at 04:40 AM

    Hi

    In t-code "FS00",put your G/L account and company code and under control data tab, check your tax category,put it as star(*).

    Reward Points if it works for you.

    Regards

    Karan

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    Posted on Dec 13, 2006 at 09:06 AM

    "tax base in local currency is zero" means the Base amount on which you have defined the tax to be calculated is zero.

    Ex : Excise duty 16 % of Basic Price and Basic Price is zero.

    Please provide some more details.

    Which transaction are you using ?

    Thanks,

    Ashish

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    Posted on Dec 21, 2006 at 02:36 PM

    Dear Vinay Kumar ,

    To add further information on your query as to why you are not able to release your invoice to accounting could be .. Check the following.

    1) In your revenue account determination check which table you are using in t.code VKOA.

    Like if it is application, condition type , cust ac assignment group, matl account assignment group, account key combination to a particular G/L account.

    then you need to check whether the customer master is maintained with the correct account assign or the matl master for the correct acct assignt like that.

    2) A second possibility could be that you may have a batch job to release to accounting all your invoices. So it runs at specified time intervals.

    3) Check whether in your pricing procedure if you have assingned proper Account keys to Conditions.

    4) Or if there is any other reason and finally you want to do it by yourself. then use T. code VFX3. it s a mass release to accounting.

    However it can be due to some other reason also. May be you give me some more info that i can explain further. But you do an initial check with the above mentioned things.

    Wish the information helps you to resolve the issue.

    Thanks & Regards

    Sadhu Kishore

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 08:41 AM

    hi

    plz check u r client setting. ask your basis person to check ALR component. Because of this component account create document for all the incoming and outgoing data received from other module.

    Regards

    Zak

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