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Error in billing EASIBI "No posting rules exist for account key"

Error in billing EASIBI

Hi Gurus,

i am beginner in IS U(WATER) Please define me step with t-code

I am working with billing scenario in ISU and i completed executing order(EL01) and meter reading entry (EL28) it was successful , but while doing Billing in EASIBI

its showing below error

No posting rules exist for account key

Message No. FF714

Diagnosis

No posting rules have been defined for the account key in the tax table in table T007B.

Procedure

Change the tax table, enter an account key already defined for the transaction in question or define the posting rules for a new account key in table T007B..

thanks in advance

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  • Best Answer
    Sep 20, 2017 at 09:48 AM

    Hi Sandeep,

    Going through the error message that you have got, it seems that configuration in transsaction FTXP and OB40 are not complete.

    Can you check them to start with.

    Thanks,

    Amlan

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  • Sep 27, 2017 at 02:40 PM

    Hi Sandeep,

    Make sure the tax code which will update after billing through EASIBI, are correctly activated in transaction OBCN.

    Also check the Rules, Posting keys and Accounts for that Account key in transaction OB40 for your chart of accounts.

    Hope this helps

    Regards

    Sachin Singh

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    • thanks sir for your response as per your and Amlan sir instruction i did but now showing below error kindly help

      where i am missing

      Tax code V0 country IN does not exist in procedure TAXINN

      Message No. FF713

      Diagnosis

      You entered a tax code which is not defined for the country of the company code to be posted to in the tax calculation procedure.

      System Response

      Procedure

      Check and, if necessary, correct the entry.

      Procedure for System Administration

      If it is not an input error, check and possibly change the system settings.

      To do this, choose Maintain entries (F5).

      Check whether the company code is assigned to the correct country and whether the correct tax calculation procedure has been entered for the company code country.

      Create a new tax code if necessary.

      Caution:

      Since it is possible that the tables in question are being updated at a different time on another computer, it can take a certain amount of time for the tax code to be on all local machines in client server architectures after saving the new code.