How To Setup and Troubleshoot a Tax Rule using Transaction Business Categories and Transaction Fiscal Classifications in R12 E-Business Tax (EBTax)
(Doc ID 1114923.1)
Last updated on NOVEMBER 01, 2018
Applies to:Oracle E-Business Tax - Version 12.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
E-Business Tax Information Center > How Determining Factors Work > Note 1114923.1
What steps are required to create a Tax Rule in R12 E-Business Tax (EBtax) that leverages Transaction Fiscal Classification and/or Transaction Business Categories?
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|E-Business Tax Information Center > How Determining Factors Work > Note 1114923.1|
|1. What is a Transaction Business Category?|
|a. Transaction Generic Classifications (One-Level)|
|b. Transaction Business Category Sub-Levels|
|2. What is a Transaction Fiscal Classification?|
|3. What is a Determining Factor?|
|4. How to Create a Transaction Fiscal Classification|
|5. How to Create Levels in a Transaction Business Category and Associate a Transaction Fiscal Classification|
|6. How to Create a Tax Rule Using Transaction Business Categories and Transaction Fiscal Classifications|
|a. Name the rule and set a start date|
|b. Set the Rule Criteria|
|c. Set the Outcome|
|d. Complete the Rule|
|7 Test the Rule|
|8. Critical Patching Recommendation|
|9. Limitations on the use of Transaction Business Categories and Fiscal Classifications|
|11. Basic Troubleshooting|
|a. Check Setup|
|b. Review Reported Defects (Bugs)|