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Commodity code field not available in tax procedure

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I want to use the commodity code field in tax procedure, I created condition table use T-code M/03 and added the commodity code into the table, and everything is seems OK when generate the condition table:

I add the condition table to the access sequences, there is no any error messages:

Also I created the condition records in FV11:

But when comes to the tax procedure in PO, there is no value in the document:

How to fix this problem?

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2017 at 12:25 PM

    If you extend those field catalogs then you also have to extend the communication structure and have to get the value transferred with a little coding there

    what you did so far is building house, but you have not yet a street to reach it.

    see this blog: https://blogs.sap.com/2016/03/24/condition-record-as-per-price-list-catagorized-by-plant/

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    • Dear Jürgen,

      I using enhancement in LMEKO002, the coding is:

      DATA:LV_STAWN TYPE MARC-STAWN.

      SELECT SINGLE STAWN FROM MARC INTO LV_STAWN WHERE WERKS EQ I_EKPO-WERKS AND MATNR EQ I_EKPO-MATNR.

      IF SY-SUBRC EQ 0.

      E_KOMP-STAWN = LV_STAWN.

      ENDIF.

      But there is no field STAWN in structure KOMK, so I don't know how to add code in enhancement LMEKO001,can you give me some advice? thanks!

  • Posted on Dec 11, 2017 at 10:58 AM

    Hi,

    Respective pricing communication structure to be enabled with required field and then you have to write a logic to fill the data for it. Then it will work. Basically commodity code from PO to be filled in corresponding pricing communication structure.

    Regards,

    Sundaresan.K

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