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enter tax code in return delivery to vendor

Hi everyone,

I have made a PO, GR, GI and a credit note, in that sequence, with no problem. However, when trying to create a return delivery to the vendor (movement 122), the system shows up the following error message: Enter a tax code.

Of course, the tax code has been informed into the PO, consequently brought to the other documents. Why is it not bringing the tax code to the 122? Is there anything else I have to do?

I would appreciate any help.

Regards.

Marcelo Buosi.

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  • Posted on May 01, 2008 at 02:19 AM

    HI,

    The tax accounts should be nullified right when you dont want the material.. You will be paying extra to the vendor on basis of tax when you are purchasing so when you are returning bac the material that material amount + the tax amount should come back from the vendor rite. that is the reason the system is asking for tax code so that it calculates the amount that as to come back from the vendor.

    Thanks & Regards,

    Kiran

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    • Hi,

      It is the normal process... The system automatically picks the GL account from the system if assigned. Or if not assigned then the system will through a error message to the user saying that the GL account is not assigned. that time you can ask the accounts department what the GL is and then you can maintain the GL account.

      Thanks & Regards,

      Kiran

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    Posted on May 29, 2008 at 11:54 AM

    Hi Kiran,

    the problem was that the movement 122 was set for NF relevant (this is a Brasil Localization thing), which is wrong, since the NF has been made in the credit note.

    Thanks very much for your reply.

    Regards.

    Marcelo Buosi.

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