E1: 43: Unable to Add Tax to Landed Cost (Doc ID 2021106.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 09, 2017

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Procurement and Subcontract Management - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

JDE1 Release 9.1

 

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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Prior to the fix for Bug 17337909  users were allowed to add tax area code and tax explanation at the time of voucher match (P0411/P4314) to Landed Cost lines on a Purchase Order

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
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Client would expect to be able to tax Landed Cost lines in JDEnterpriseEnterpriseOne Release 9.1

Problem Summary
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Can not assign tax area to Landed Cost in the process of Voucher Matching (P0411/P4314)

Problem Description
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1. Enter a new PO with Landed Cost assigned to it (P4310)
2. Receive the PO (P4312)
3. At the time of voucher match, with all the rows selected in the detail grid, the user needs to change the Tax Area and Tax Explanation Code.
The only field that can be changed is Taxable Y/N. When the user indicates Y, the other two fields (tax area and tax expl. code) are not available to be changed. the matching of the landed cost is not uploaded to the voucher with the taxes.

BUSINESS IMPACT
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Dues to this issue, client is unable to apply taxes to Landed Cost

There are businesses that require the ability to add Landed Costs to a Purchase Order and make it taxable - for example:

Barge fees - typically supplied by a different supplier than the material being sold. The barge fees (Landed Cost)may be subject to taxes at a different rate than the material on the PO.

Business Requirement is two part:
1. Clients need the ability to add Landed Cost line items to a Purchase Order and select to make them either taxable or non-taxable.

2. Need ability be able to select a different tax rate/area for the Landed Cost(s) line(s).

Cause

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