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ERS Invoice Collaboration - Issue with Tax calculation

Hi All,

We are testing the ERS Invoice Scenario in SNC. We are able to post the invoice succesfully and view them in the SNC web UI. But the Tax Amount and Gross Amount fields at the Item level are not getting computed (Value = 0.00).

Note:

1. I have maintained the IMG setting "Maintain Tax Codes for Invoices" (SPRO > SNC > Invoice > Maintain Tax codes for Invoices)

2. To verify that the system is accessing this config table during inbound processing, I deleted all the entries. Then the Invoice used to fail during validation with the error message "Tax code not available".

Inputs on how to debug and identify the soucre of error will be useful.

Thanks,

Bharath

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    Posted on Sep 14, 2011 at 04:50 AM

    Hi Bharath,

    Checkout SAP note First 1147193 then 1147349(if required).

    Regards,

    Nikhil

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      Hi Nikhil,

      Thanks for guiding me to the Notes. But these are not applicable in our case because:

      a. We are using SNC 7.0 and the notes are meant for only SNC 5.1

      b. I cross checked to ensure the validation checks mentioned in these notes are available and active in our system.

      c. Moreover we are having issues with Gross Amount and Tax Amount fields at the item level which is not covered in these notes.

      Any inputs on how to debug where the error is?

      Thanks

      Bharath

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