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VAT tax recalculation

hi,

vat tax is getting calculated based on departure country and destination country in va02.(dispalyed in conditions)

i have changed the depature country and destination country in tkomk in userexit's MV45AFZB and MV45AFZZ.

in sales the new Vat tax % (kbetr) is getting displayed.

the problum is when an invoce is created for this sales document old value VAT is getting displayed not the new kbetr.

when i debug and see in invoice it is fetching the value of Vat Tax (kbetr) from KONV conditions(transaction data) Table .

further there are old vat value is stored in the table KONV

is there any FM or routuine where new value can be recalculated .

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    Posted on Apr 01, 2008 at 01:12 PM

    Hi,

    there is FM

    calculate_tax_item

    reward if usefull

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    Posted on Apr 01, 2008 at 01:17 PM

    Hi,

    I believe this condition records are maintained through VK11 tcode.

    To check this use VK13 tcode and give your condition type(ex:UTXJ) and choose appropriate radio button.

    Then give input and execute. It will display the condion which are maintained.

    These things will be internally stored in table like (KONH,KONP,A399 etc).

    Check with SD functional consultant if you are not aware.

    Regards,

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