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Default Tax Code "U1" for MRO Purchase Orders

MM Experts,

Some of our processes just change and we would liek to default tax code "U1" to MRO purchase Orders, anyone knows what is the best method to make this tax code default into the PO?

Thank You for your help and assitance.

Best Regards,

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    Aug 17, 2010 at 11:10 PM

    Dear Frank,

    You can maintain the tax code in info record, then it will default to your PO.

    Alternatively it is possible to get the tax indicator via conditions, you can then maintain the conditon with MEK1 as explained by Bijay above.

    Another option would be

    If you have a situation where company code and plant have a 1:1 relationship you can assign default tax code to company code in the IMG menu path Materials Management -> Logistics Invoice Verification -> Incoming Invoice -> Maintain Default Values for Tax Codes.

    Hope this helps

    Thanks

    Murtuza

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    • Former Member

      Murtuza, I did what you said since the scenario applied to us but still tax did not defaulted into PO when I tried to create one via ME22N. I also tried creating one thru FTXP and nothing happen either....

      Thanks for your help...

  • Aug 17, 2010 at 04:50 PM

    Hi,

    Default tax code "U1" can be maintained as a default in the Purchase order by maintaining the Condition type MWST - Input tax in condition record in T.code MEK1.Create a condition table with the Keys Combination Plant/Vendor/CoCode in M/03 & assign the Condition table to the access sequence MWST in M/07.Ensure that the Condition type MWST is maintained in the MM Pricing Procedure in M/08.

    Now maintain the Condition Record in MEK1 & enter tax code "U1" with Plant,Vendor,CoCode and save.So when you create the Purchase order with combination Plant/Vendor/CoCode, the tax code will be defaulted.

    Regards,

    Biju K

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  • Aug 18, 2010 at 04:25 AM

    >

    > MM Experts,

    >

    > Some of our processes just change and we would liek to default tax code "U1" to MRO purchase Orders, anyone knows what is the best method to make this tax code default into the PO?

    >

    >

    > Thank You for your help and assitance.

    >

    > Best Regards,

    Can you tell me what you mean MRO Purchase orders ?

    While creating info record enter reqd. tax code & save it.

    It will automatically default in p.o.

    or else Check any user exit is available.

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      It seems that you are using MRO as a Document type, then define the Tax code in inforecord and in the field selection for MRO document type make the tax field in dispaly filed.

      So that the tax will be populated in PO through info record and it will not allow you to change.

  • Aug 18, 2010 at 04:39 AM

    hi

    you can use the t code MEK1 for creating condition record

    befor this you have to check for the access sequence using for the condition

    also check OMR2 to have default tax code

    set-default-value-for-purchase-order-field

    regards

    kunal

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    Sep 21, 2010 at 07:58 PM

    Due to our complex process, creating condition table and sequence got to be too complex. After looking and learning more into Purchase Info Record this was a much better solution tcode ME11, SAP already has it pre-configured, but if you want to get more complex with screen variants, prices and texts, you can configure it in SPRO-Material Management-Purchasing-Purchasing Info Record.

    Thanks to everyone that contributed to this thread....

    Edited by: Frank on Sep 21, 2010 9:58 PM

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