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E1: 76B: ICMS Taxes Are Not Distributed by the Accounts from Account Distribution (P4316) after Receipt (P4312) (Doc ID 3019661.1)

Last updated on APRIL 30, 2024

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Procurement and Subcontract Management - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When a Brazil non-stock Purchase Order has been created with Multiple Account Distribution (P4316), and different percentages of the amount are allocated to different business units, PO Receipt (P4312) should allocate the ICMS (recuperavel) Taxes according to the Business Units in Multiple Account Distribution (P4316) application, and NOT according to what is in DMAAI 4390.

Step to replicate:

1. Find Purchase Order in Open Purchase Order Inquiry (P4310) with a Quantity Ordered of multiple units and select the order.

2. When Purchase Order Detail (P4310) screen appears, select the order line and Row Exit to Multiple Account Distribution.

3. Account Distribution Screen (P4316) distributes the amounts to the same object account but to seven different business units such as:

4. Start Purchase Order Receipts (P4312) and finds the order line.

5. Receive the full Quantity on the line with Receipt Option 7 (Receive and Close Purchase Order)

6. Enter Nota Fiscal Data

7. Generate Nota Fiscal and complete the receipt Transaction P76900.

8. Review Nota Fiscal Header Inquiry (P7610B) and verify tax amounts.

9. After all the Journal Entries are created, the ICMS Taxes only have two entries using the business unit populated in DMAAI 4390.

10. The client desires seven ICMS entries using the same seven business units that were used in the Multiple Account Distribution (P4316) such as depicted below:

Cause

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