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E1: 76B: Prorated Freight and Recoverable ICMS Uses GL Class from Freight Line Type (Doc ID 1614339.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 19, 2016

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Procurement and Subcontract Management - Version 9.0 to 9.0 [Release 9.0]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Release: 9.0
Program: Freight Processing (P76B807)

When prorating a freight nota fiscal into a stock item inbound nota fiscal via the P76B807, the GL class of the freight and recoverable ICMS tax in the CARDEX (P4111) is coming from the freight line type GL class instead of the stock item's GL class.

1. Turn on Brazilian localization
2. Create a freight purchase order and a stock item purchase order via P4310 and P4310BR. Both purchase orders must have a purchase use that has recoverable ICMS, PIS and COFINS taxes.
3. Receive the freight purchase order, generate and close the inbound freight nota fiscal.
4. Receive the stock item purchase order and generate the inbound nota fiscal. Do not close this nota fiscal.
5. In the Freight tab processing options of the P7610B version used to apply landed costs, make sure that the freight line type being used has a GL class code different than the stock item's GL class code.
6. Inquire on UDC 76/GL and make sure that Freight, ICMS Recoverable, PIS and COFINS taxes have a specific cross reference GL class code based on the stock item's GL class that is different than the freight line type GL class.
7. Inquire on the freight nota fiscal via P7610B and take row exit Freight Note.
8. Manually populate the freight amount and take the form exit NF Selection to select the stock item inbound nota fiscal.
9. Take form exit Apply Landed Costs and click OK twice. The following message is displayed: The Freight Note Process has Finished Successfully.
10. Inquire on CARDEX;notice that the freight & recoverable ICMS tax record is created using the freight line type GL class instead of the stock item's GL class; while the PIS and COFINS recoverable taxes' records are created using the stock item's GL class.


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