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E1: 74P: Split Voucher VAT (R704012) Is Splitting Incorrectly Foreign Vouchers With Tax (Doc ID 2719591.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 02, 2020

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

When running R704012 over foreign vouchers with tax, the Foreign amount of the resulting transactions is wrong, instead of being a Split Percent from the original Foreign Tax Amount (F0411.CTAM), it is a Split Percent from the original Foreign Gross Amount (F0411.ACR).

     Steps to reproduce:
1. Go to P0092 and set up the User Profile with Localization Country Code = PT, then logout and login again.
2. Go to P0012 and double-check to have the AAIs defined with the G/L Offset to be used for testing: PBxxxx, PCxxxx, PTxxxx, where xxxx is the G/L Offset to be used for testing.
3. Go to P0901 and double-check on the Account ID to be used by the PBxxxx AAI.
4. Go to P04012 and double check for a supplier to have tax information defined under the Tax Information tab.
5. Go to P704012 Work with Supplier Information (the records are saved into F704012 Split VAT Setup table) and set for the supplier a Split Percentage of 100% and the G/L Offset xxxx, used for defining the AAIs at step 2.
6. Go to P0411 and create a domestic voucher with taxes for the supplier, and a foreign voucher with taxes for the supplier.
7. Run the R704012 Split Voucher VAT - COMM ¿ 70 over the domestic and foreign vouchers, after setting the Processing Options and DataSelection for the UBE version.
8. Go to the P0411 Supplier Ledger application to double-check on the results.
Notice the Domestic Gross Amount (F0411.AG) of the resulting transactions for the foreign voucher is correct, but the Foreign amount of the resulting transactions is wrong, instead of being a Split Percent from the original Foreign Tax Amount (F0411.CTAM) it is a Split Percent from the original Foreign Gross Amount (F0411.ACR), that is wrong!

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