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Tax code does not exist for jurisdiction code

hi

I created a tax code in development server & transport to Testing server to post the Vendor invoice.

while posting the vendor invoice following error is coming

Tax code P1 does not exist for jurisdiction code IN03

Message no. FF718

Diagnosis

You have entered tax codes and jurisdiction codes in the G/L account items. The amounts of these items are used as the tax base to check the tax amounts you have entered or to determine the taxes. The system has now determined that one or more of the "tax code / jurisdiction code" combinations do not exist in Customizing.

System Response

Calculation of the taxes or checking of the taxes entered had to be terminated.

Procedure

Check the tax codes and the jurisdiction codes in the G/L account items or asset items. If these are correct, inform your system administrator.

I created IN03 in tax jurisdication & assigned to the company code still tax posting is nor possible.

can any body solve this issues

thanks

ravi

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  • Posted on Sep 08, 2011 at 06:42 AM

    Hi:

    Please check out settings in OBCL.

    Regards

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    • Former Member

      Hi

      I checked in OBCL

      there i have allready assigned jurisdiction to Company code.

      In the sales / purchase GL i assigned * for all tax code.

      then also i am not able to post sale / purchase tax

      regards.

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