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The Tax Interfaced From External Systems And Recalculated By The Tax Engine Is Incorrect (Doc ID 2625094.1)

Last updated on MAY 19, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Tax Cloud Service - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Customer is importing taxable transactions and in this import it summarizes source transaction lines and respective taxes.
When transactions are in the ledger currencies users has no issue on importing transactions since they can provide the tax amount and the taxable amount in the Tax Lines sheet.
But when transactions in different currencies are imported, users observed that the tax accounted amounts resulted by import are not the same as in the source system.

It is visible that in the Tax Entry Repository Data Upload Interface there is no field for the user to populate the accounted amounts and if the source system does a summarize or the rounding is different, users cannot provide the source system amounts for import.

Each sheet from the Tax Entry Repository Data Upload Interface file should contain, besides values in transaction currency, also the values in ledger currency (accounted amounts) where user should be able to populate the desired accounted values or with a validation to accept a certain tolerance.



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