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How to suppress tax calculation in condition type

Hi all,

is there a way how to suppress tax calculation in SD billing?

The tax is calculated in external system and sometimes I need to transfer this tax to SAP as it is

calculated in external system via flat file upload (Billing invoices are posted from this file).

We have a customer condition type ZMWS specified in system (t-code v/06).

(calculation type = 'A' -> percentage).

I want to post billing invoice with following content:

Amount: 1000

Condition ZMWS - Output tax: 19%

Condition value: 200 (this is the requested result. System should allow value 200 instead of 190).

Any idea is appreciated.

Thanks a lot.

Regads,

Petr

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    Posted on Sep 05, 2009 at 02:22 PM

    last reaction was before 2 month

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  • Posted on Jan 08, 2009 at 01:37 PM

    Hi Peter

    As you said that the tax is calculated by the external system then don't maintain the TAX condition type record (in VK12).If you maintain it will flow from sales order to billing .So make sure that the tax condition type wont come in sales order also

    Regards

    Srinath

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    • Hi peter

      What you are telling is you will be creating sales order and doing delivery & PGI and then transfer Invoices from External system via flat file , So whoever creates sales order they should not maintain the tax .

      You can also chcek with the following user-exit . This will help you to solve your problem if the sales order data is not flowing

      USEREXIT_FILL_VBRK_VBRP (Module pool SAPLV60A, program RV60AFZC)

      This user exit is only called when the billing document is created.

      Regards

      Srinath

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    Posted on Jan 12, 2009 at 10:32 AM

    Hi;

    I am suggesting a small alteration in condition type. You can maintain the required condition type where you are putting the values as tax condition. Go to V/06 select condition type & But make sure that the condition type should have Manual entry has priority in Manual entries & tick the value field.

    This will enable you to put external values in condition type.

    Regards;

    Avinash

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    • Former Member

      Thanks a lot for this answer but it is not working in my case.

      We have following setting in V/06:

      Cond. class: D

      Calcutal. type: A

      Cond. category: D

      Group cond.: X

      Manual entries: C

      Header condit: X

      Item condition: X

      Value: X

      Access seq. : MWST

      Thanks for any other idea.

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    Posted on Aug 16, 2011 at 04:02 PM

    Hi Petr,

    I have exactly the same problem.

    Do you have already found a solution or a workaround?

    Regards

    Andreas

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