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no tax code while converting PR (EBP-PR) into PO

Hi Al

I am trying to convert a PR (created through EBP) into PO in the backend but the tax code which was determined in the

PR privously within EBP will not be transmitted or determined in the PO. Is this a standard problem?

Since in the PR on the EBP side is the tax code visible. I have looked that via T-code BBP-PD on the EBP side.

I'm lost here so any help is highly appreciated and greatly rewarded 😉

Regards

Marco

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    Posted on Dec 12, 2011 at 05:58 AM

    HI,

    The tax code field is not available in the ERP purchase requistion if you have check the screens.

    Hence the SC tax code is not transfered i beleive. So when you create a PO from a PR in ERP the ERP tax code determination should be used to populate this info in the PO.

    Regards

    Sam

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      Hi

      SPRO - Financial Accounting (New)->Financial Accounting Global Settings (New)->Tax on Sales/Purchases

      SPRO - Financial Accounting (New)->Financial Accounting Global Settings (New)->Withholding Tax

      In short you will have to define the tax codes, define Tax code in the info record of materials (ME11 to create).

      So as soon as you put the vendor the Tax code can be populated in the PO.

      Regards

      sam

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