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WEB2007 - VAT tax applied to delivery cost

SYSTEM: WebTools 2007 patch 8

WebTools 2007 allows to add tax to the cost of delivery. I added such 22% tax ( setup -> taxes):

- Factor = 0,22

- Type: Destination address

- Apply Tax to Freight: Yes

Everything works fine on the website.

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Unfortunately, after synchronization , in SBO Sales Order has wrong values.

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Why? What's wrong?

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 02:38 PM

    Hi Szymon

    You need to setup default vat code for freight in SAP. So go to Administration -> Setup -> General -> Freight and and choose default output or input tax.

    regards

    Greg.

    ps pozrdow chlopakow.

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 03:53 PM

    I have a similar (if not the same) problem. If you look at the line total of each line item it will probbaly be incorrect as well.

    I believe there is a bug in the DI-API that is causing this problem.

    There's not much we can do besides wait lol.

    You may notice another bug in WebTools with freight. If you add 2 different line items, the tax on freight will be calculated twice (3 times for 3 line items, etc). I was told this bug is actually fixed in the newest patch yet to be released.

    Steve

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