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GST: Functionality Of Patch 27331963 Stopped Working With Respect To Tax Defaultation As Per Tax Rule Setup (Doc ID 2535565.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 04, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Financials for India - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 12.1.3 version, Patching/Other

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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Functionality of Patch 27331963 stopped working after application of latest GST patches

Issue Description:


When user autocreates PO from PR, tax category in the India taxation form does not get populated automatically as per the GST rules defined.
This is because the GST rules is based on Bill-To field of the PO which is not available during auto create of PO. Bill-to value is added after creation of the PO by autocreate function.

Earlier Solution:
In Purchase Order > Financials for India taxes Form, when the user Clicks "Refresh" button, system should automatically pick/refresh the tax category as per the GST rules defined.


Step by Step replication:
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1 : Go to Purchasing > Autocreate
2 : Input PR, Select PR Line, then click Autocreate button.
3: Click Create button
4: PO# is created. Update Ship-To and Bill-To fields with value and then click ‘Save’ button.
5. Go to ‘Tools > India Tax Details. See that Tax Category is not populated automatically based on the tax rules setup defined.

Current Workaround Solution:

Purchase Order creation is impacted. User has to manually enter the tax lines every time instead of automatically defaulting the tax categories in the PO based on the GST tax rules defined.

 

Changes

 

Cause

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