Last updated on JULY 22, 2016
Applies to:Oracle Receivables - Version 12.2.5 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
On : 12.2.5 version, Oracle Applications Tax Module
In Golden Tax Adaptor, user selected two GTA transactions having same Tax Registration Number, Customer, Address and Telephone Number, Bank Name, Bank Account Number, and Invoice Type but both GTA transactions having different tax rates (one transaction have 17% and another transaction having 6%). When user click "Consolidate" button, both the GTA transactions got consolidated and a new GTA transaction got created. This is not acceptable business scenario. GTA / Aisino (China Tax Administration) will reject GTA trx if it has lines of different tax rates in it.
It is practically possible that one customer BID (Special type customer) creates a transaction with product lines, tax rate will be 17% and another transaction for the same BID, having service lines, tax rate will be 6%. Hence if GTA transactions get consolidated without checking tax rates, it will be risky, such transactions will fail in GTA.
If two GTA transactions having different tax rates gets consolidated, Oracle GTA (golden tax adaptor) should throw error message, should not allow such consolidation.
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