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Tax - JLST

Hi Guys,

Im using now TAXINN procedure and Im trying to maintain JMOD in VK11 with access sequence (Country/Region of Del Plant/Region/TaxCl Cust/TaxCl Material), then the following error is occuring ->"Tax indicator 1 is not defined for use with condition type JLST". How can this be resolved.

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Ayyallas

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  • Posted on Oct 01, 2009 at 09:37 AM

    Hi

    JMOD is manual Condition type. So there is no need to maintain the data in VK11.

    JLST is suppose to be maintained in VK11. As per the message you are getting, maintain the Customer and Material Tax Claasification in VKM3 and VKM4. And the same is required to be maintained in Customer and Material Master Data.

    Regards

    Amitesh Anand

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    Posted on Oct 01, 2009 at 09:39 AM

    Hi,

    Check OVK3 & OVK4 ur tax classification for ur condtion type JMOD..if yes..then in VK11 in TaxClass-Cust &TaxClass-Material field entry press F4 and chck ur input classiifiction 1 is avilbale or not for ur cond.type JMOD

    Thanks

    Prasada

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    Posted on Oct 01, 2009 at 09:59 AM

    Hi,

    Check the TAX CATEGORIES in the CUSTOMER & MATERIAL master whether the TAX INDICATORS were maintained or not

    I think, In the Material master and customer master the TAX categoreis would have not maintaied.

    Check this in the OVK1 transaction code for your country

    Also check in OVK3 & OVK4

    Regards,

    santosh

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