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Link between taxcode and condition types (mwskz and kschl )

Hi Friends,

In PO - local taxes are calculated in the invoice tab of item details. I need to fetch these tax values to populate in my PO SmartForm.

How to get these taxes? Is there any Function Modules for this or otherwise Is there any relation between the tax code and conditions types assigned to that tax code in table level .

Thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2008 at 07:54 AM


    There is no standard table to store local taxes in SAP. U have to calculate all the taxes in program. for that use FM 'CALCULATE_TAX_ITEM'.

    Sample Code:

    CLEAR taxcom.

    taxcom-bukrs = '1000'.

    taxcom-budat = wa_ekko-bedat.

    taxcom-waers = wa_ekko-waers.

    taxcom-kposn = wa_ekpo-ebelp.

    taxcom-mwskz = wa_ekpo-mwskz.

    taxcom-shkzg = 'H'.

    taxcom-xmwst = 'X'.

    taxcom-wrbtr = wa_ekpo-netwr.

    taxcom-lifnr = wa_ekko-lifnr.

    taxcom-land1 = 'IN'.

    taxcom-ekorg = wa_ekko-ekorg.

    taxcom-hwaer = 'INR'.

    taxcom-bldat = wa_ekko-bedat.

    taxcom-matnr = wa_ekpo-matnr.

    taxcom-werks = wa_ekpo-werks.

    taxcom-bwtar = wa_ekpo-bwtar.

    taxcom-matkl = wa_ekpo-matkl.

    taxcom-meins = wa_ekpo-meins.

    taxcom-mglme = wa_ekpo-menge.

    taxcom-mtart = wa_ekpo-mtart.

    REFRESH i_taxes.

    CLEAR i_taxes.



    i_taxcom = taxcom


    t_xkomv = i_taxes.

    LOOP AT i_taxes WHERE kposn EQ wa_ekpo-ebelp.

    CASE i_taxes-kschl.

    WHEN 'JMO1'OR 'JMO2'.

    l_bed = l_bed + i_taxes-kwert.

    WHEN 'JEC1' OR 'JEC2'.

    l_ecs = l_ecs + i_taxes-kwert.

    WHEN 'JA1S' OR 'JA1I'.

    l_sec = l_sec + i_taxes-kwert.


    l_tax = l_tax + i_taxes-kwert.




    Rewards Points if helpful.


    Srinivas Ch

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