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ED,sales tax calculation for PO print

Hi Friends,

I need one urgent help from U.

Iam calucating the TAXES by Line item wise..

ED & SALES TAX is not giving the right values..

I have to use KONP table but KNUMH field is not flowing in konv table..

How i ahve to use CALCULATE_TAX_ITEM or

CALCULATE_TAX_FROM_NET_AMOUNT .

mainly how to pass the values and how the we are getting the values..

I tried in A003 table for condition record number. its not flowing..

its urgent..please help me..

regards,

sampath kumar..

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    Posted on Jul 02, 2007 at 06:23 AM

    Hi,

    In PO print.. the taxes are automatically calculated with the help of Condition type.

    all the values are stored in table Konv. u just need to extract the data from the respective table, all tax are calculated according to the condition type...

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    Posted on Jul 02, 2007 at 07:10 AM

    Hi

    Find out the correct A* table (like A003,A012 etc) relatwed to the Access sequence of your Sales Taxes. So you have to find that A* table where the condition Type (KSCHL) field is stored for the taxes

    then take the KNUMV field from that A* table and pass to KONP-KNUMH and take the KBETR and KWERT fields and use

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      I tried in konv table... discount and other value will come but not sales tax and ED.

      Iam trying for get the values from konp with the help of knumh. but knumh is not flowing from KONV table. not only konv.. i tried a003,A012 and other A* tables.. Still Iam not getting the condition record number(KNUMH).

      How can i use Calculate_tax_item..

      please give me the suggestion..

      regards,

      sampath

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