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E1: 76V: Sales Book Does Not Display Withholding Certificate Number (R76VLV01, P03B102) (Doc ID 2510002.1)

Last updated on APRIL 29, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Receivable - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

The R76VLV01 (Sales Book) output does not currently meet mandated requirements for listing information about the withholding certificate number.  Per the requirements of Article 16 of the Official Gazette No. 40720 dated 08/10/2015 of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, it is mandatory that customers provide to the supplier a VAT withholding certificate.  The numbering must contain fourteen (14) characters with the following format: AAAAMMSSSSSSSS, where AAAA will be the four (4) digits of the year, MM will be the two (2) digits of the month, and SSSSSSSS will be the eight (8) digits of the sequential number. For Example: 201902000000011 would be the required withholding certificate number for year 2019, month February (02) and sequential number 11.  This withholding certificate number must be recorded by the withholding agent (the customer), and the supplier in the Purchase Book and Sales Book, respectively.  Currently this requirement for the supplier is not able to be met with the existing functionality.

In order to meet this requirement, two changes need to be made: 

1.  The Standard Receipts application (P03B102) needs to be modified so that the withholding certificate number can be entered as part of the receipt information when the receipt is entered. 

2.  The Sales Book (R076VLV01) output needs to be modified so that the withholding certificate number entered during receipt entry will be displayed. 

Changes

 

Cause

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