E9.2 How to add a entire tax line on a Sales Order

AChievs1

Member
Hi everyone,

I´m looking for standard options to add an entire tax line during the sales order creation.

The thing is: We will know the taxable and tax amount before creating the order. So we don´t want jde to do the tax calculations, we just want to paste the value and process it during Sales Update. I´ve been playing with TAX1 ( taxable Y/N ), TXA1 (Tax Area/Rate) and EXR1 ( Tax expl Code) but I couldn´t get it right yet. Can you help me with this topic?

Thanks!
 

ccornagg

Well Known Member
Hi everyone,

I´m looking for standard options to add an entire tax line during the sales order creation.

The thing is: We will know the taxable and tax amount before creating the order. So we don´t want jde to do the tax calculations, we just want to paste the value and process it during Sales Update. I´ve been playing with TAX1 ( taxable Y/N ), TXA1 (Tax Area/Rate) and EXR1 ( Tax expl Code) but I couldn´t get it right yet. Can you help me with this topic?

Thanks!

Hi,
unfortunately there's no way to force how sales order module is calculating VAT (I think the same is for other taxes).
Essentially both R42565 (Invoice Print) and R42800 (Sales Update) are sharing the same setup (see TAXL flag within P0022 / F0022 "Summary Level Tax Calculation").
There are just two options: calculating VAT at line level or at order level.

One of the most relevant constraints we have to face in Europe is how to calculate VAT at invoice level which is not supported by standard JDE as you can see from a small comment inside the code (R42800):

// Delete the cache that stores soft-rounded tax amounts at the sales order
// level. Taxes are soft-rounded at the order level if the Tax Rules (by
// company) are set up to do so. Rounding of taxes at the invoice level is
// not supported. Invoice-level tax is the sum of the soft-rounded
// order-level amounts.


Hope this helps.

Kind regards,
Carlo
 

AChievs1

Member
Hi,
unfortunately there's no way to force how sales order module is calculating VAT (I think the same is for other taxes).
Essentially both R42565 (Invoice Print) and R42800 (Sales Update) are sharing the same setup (see TAXL flag within P0022 / F0022 "Summary Level Tax Calculation").
There are just two options: calculating VAT at line level or at order level.

One of the most relevant constraints we have to face in Europe is how to calculate VAT at invoice level which is not supported by standard JDE as you can see from a small comment inside the code (R42800):

// Delete the cache that stores soft-rounded tax amounts at the sales order
// level. Taxes are soft-rounded at the order level if the Tax Rules (by
// company) are set up to do so. Rounding of taxes at the invoice level is
// not supported. Invoice-level tax is the sum of the soft-rounded
// order-level amounts.


Hope this helps.

Kind regards,
Carlo
Many thanks Carlo! Yup, it will go straight to customization
 
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