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HSN Code Not determined in MIRO

Dear All,

There is a peculiar issue.

The entire procurement level configuration is complete. The PO and GR carried out.

The respective Tax codes automatically populated in the PO as per the conditions maintained for Interstate and well as Intrastate procurement.

But while carrying out MIRO, at times there is a warning that pops up.

It states : HSN/SAC code is not determined : Check invoice document

The MIRO posting is successful to the relevant tables and also the accounting documents are perfect. But for the line items for which the warning appeared, the HSN code in the RSEG table is blank.

Seems weird. It does not happen everytiime.

Has anyone encountered such an issue ?

Regards,

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  • May 27, 2017 at 09:35 AM

    J_1IG_MSGS 013 is the message number, this came with OSS note 2434506 or 2417506 depending on the system

    as this is so extremely new I would recommend to debug the source code to find the coding where this error message is issued and to verify what fields are used to determine the code, how they are filled, whether someone missed a piece in customizing, master data or document maintenance or if eventually the coding is not correct (since this is a new solution and almost every day new OSS notes get released it is not unlikely that there are still bugs and circumstances that have not been covered yet)

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  • May 25, 2017 at 11:43 AM

    Hi,

    check this OSS Note:

    2421394 - GST India: SAP ERP Solution Notes

    Best regards,

    Pablo

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    • Hi,

      "But while carrying out MIRO, at times there is a warning that pops up.

      It states : HSN/SAC code is not determined : Check invoice document"

      could you please indicate message id and message number of the above statement?

      Best regards,

      Pablo