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Problems calculating tax reporting date in VF11 transaction

Hello,

We have activated BADI VATDATE_VALUES_46 to calculate tax reporting date, but it is not being called when using transaction VF11, so tax reporting date is not being correctly calculated in billing document cancellation.

How could we solve it?

Thanks and best regards

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2011 at 10:40 AM

    Hi

    Check if Note 1567029 "Badi VATDATE_RULES: VF11 w/ new cancellation, FB08 w/ input" is relevant in your system.

    Regards

    Eduardo

    PD: I forgot, see Note 1232484 - How to use the VAT due date, tax reporting date VATDATE.

    Edited by: E_Hinojosa on Nov 22, 2011 11:42 AM

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    • Hi

      Yes, it's right if you write your own coding. See the article [Business Add-Ins|http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/scn/index?rid=/library/uuid/f3202186-0601-0010-6591-b832b1a0d0de] by Aveek Ghose to understand these tools.

      SAP in note 1232484 gives a coding, that you can change according your requirement. Of course, it's your coding and so, it's your responsability. If you create this objects in your range name (SAP Note 16466 - Customer name range for SAP objects) there aren't problems. Think that BADI, enhancement, BTE and other userexits (as VOFM subroutines) are developed to manage special customer situation and avoid modifications in standard (SAP Note 170183 - What to consider when applying modifications). But usually, if there are risks with an unaccurate use of these objects, SAP uses to warn to developers (for instance Note 1284654 - Caution with implementations of the BAdI: MB_DOCUMENT_BADI).

      I hope this helps you

      Regards

      Eduardo

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