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R12: EBTAX: Argentina Purchasing Flat Files not accepted by Fiscal Authority (Doc ID 2391575.1)

Last updated on MAY 28, 2018

Applies to:

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

Symptoms

On : 12.1.3 version, 


When attempting to generating the following flat files , Argentine RG3685 Purchasing Flat FileArgentine RG3685 Purchasing Rates Flat File
the following error occurs.


Errors in  Argentine RG3685 Purchasing Flat File:

1. The field import delivery number must be reported: This error is present because the field
is reported with an lpad to fill the data collected with zeros on the left to generate a numeric string of 16 positions.
This is correct if the value is inserted on the invoice on the field SUPPLIER_TAX_INVOICE_NUMBER
but if this field is null the value reported must be equivalent to 16 blank spaces.


2. Also report generated two records for an invoice but this file must include only one record per invoice, per supplier.

Errors in Argentine RG3685 Purchasing Rates Flat File

1. The supplier vendor code must be 80: the code generated on the correspondent field was 00.
In the contrary, the Argentine RG3685 Purchasing Flat File generated this value correctly.

2. The field VAT Aliquot (rate) do not exists.
In this field according to the AFIPs requirement, it must be included a CODE identifying the rate, the report is including the rate.

Just as example, in the first record the user got:

003000020000000000000000103300000000000306085177460000000000300002100000000000006300
the VAT Aliquot field goes between positions 66 and 69, so the value present there is 2100

the aliquot codes tables referenced by afip requirements is the following:
tax rate aliquot code
0,00_____ 3
10,50____ 4
21,00____ 5
27,00____ 6
5,00_____ 8
2,50_____ 9

so the value to be reported in this position should be 0005 (aliquot code) instead of 2100 (aliquot rate).

 

 

Changes

 There are no changes in the product or environment that triggers the problem.

Cause

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