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Latin Tax Engine Issue: Using Autoinvoice Gets Tax Error: Unable To Find A Tax Code For The Transaction (Doc ID 1670822.1)

Last updated on JUNE 18, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Receivables - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On Oracle E-Business Suite, 12.1.3 version,

Attempting to use the Autoinvoice process. When importing an Invoice, you receive the following error:

Transaction Flexfield: Work Order Billing: 16010.OTM103.1.1

Type Bill to Customer Name Item Description Currency Amount
-------------------- ---------------------------------------- ---------------------------------------- ----------- -----------------
Invoice XXXXXX
. Invoice for work order #16010, OTM103 COP 67.500

Errors: 1) Unable to find a tax code for the transaction.

Please ensure that you have defined an active Tax Code for the Customer Site, Customer, or Inventory item and that the tax code hierarchy in the System Options window enables the use of a tax code at that level. If tax codes are not defined at any of these levels, you need to manually enter a tax code.

Transactions created manually do not generate errors

Steps to Reproduce:
Responsibility:  Receivables Responsibility with Latin Tax Engine enabled for Colombia
Navigation:  Interfaces > Autoinvoice
1. Run autoinvoice master program and wait until this program finish
2. As the autoinvoice process ended with error, Review the output generated and observed the error described before




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