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E1: 74F: French VAT for Receipts/Payments (R74F100) UBE Should Print Only Paid Vouchers Having Tax Rate/Areas Set under UDC 74/TX (UDC for VAT on Receipts/Payments) (Doc ID 2948152.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 21, 2023

Applies to:

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


When running French VAT for Receipts/Payments (R74F100) UBE, on the resulting pdf are getting printed vouchers with taxes, no matter if their corresponding Tax Rate/Areas have been set or not under the UDC 74/TX (UDC for VAT on Receipts/Payments).

      Steps to duplicate:

  1. Go to P0092 User Profile Revisions to check for the Localization Country Code = FR.
  2. On the UDC 74/TX (VAT on Receipts/Payments) double-check on the Tax Rate/Areas set and pick one for testing.
  3. On P4008 Tax Rate/ Areas double-check on the tax rate/areas to be used for testing, and pick one that have not been set under the UDC 74/TX.
  4. On P0010 Company Setup double-check on the company to be used for testing, to have base currency EUR.
  5. On P01012 Address Book double-check on the address book records of the company and of the supplier to be set with Tax ID for France.
  6. On P0411 A/P Standard Voucher Entry enter two vouchers for the supplier and company, each voucher using one of the above-mentioned Tax Rate values.
  7. Go to P0413M A/P Manual Payments to pay each of the previously entered vouchers.
  8. Go to P0011 Work With Batches and post the vouchers and their payments.
  9. Go to BV Batch Versions and set the Processing Options of the R74F100 French VAT for Receipts/Payments - 04 report, then run it. Notice on the resulting R74F100 pdf that both Tax Rate/Areas are showing up, even only one should appear, the one being set under the UDC 74/TX.





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