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GST Registration Number

Hi all,

I have an issue whereby I am creating a new company code for PNG based on an existing company code based in NZ.

I have created the company code and entered all the relevant details - but I am having difficultly in entering the GST Registation Number.

The NZ company code has the GST number entered in Global Settings -> additional details in a field called 'GST registration number' and is in table 'T001Z'.

The company code I have set up for PNG has a different set of values as to the NZ company code and I am unable to enter the GST value.

I can not enter it in the VAT resistration field either as it's mean for EU countries.

Can anyone help me in finding how to update the 'additional details' to add in the GST Resistration Number field...

Thanks in advance and points to be awarded !!!


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    Posted on Jan 23, 2008 at 05:38 AM

    I have found a way to do this via Table T001I.


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      'The main requirement to have this option for the SG company code is to enter the ISO code that is specified in the country settings (Table T005 or T/C OY01)'

      What I meant here was that the ISO code for country SG is also SG (table T005 or TC OY01). To ensure that the particualr parameter is available to the company code in country SG you need to ensure that SG is entered as the ISO Code...

      Hope this is a little clearer 😊

  • Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 01:12 AM


    You should take a look at OSS note 738029 - SG Company Registration Number on forms/reports.

    Cheers !

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    • Thanks Chris

      I'll check with our Basis Team to try to add the parameter to T001I. I see there is an OSS Note 738029 for this too.

      I also received a response from another member of this forum that suggested I used one our search terms on the Co Code Master for the GST number. That would be my fall back position.

      Thanks again for your help.

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