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Requisitions Error With Message 10206, 36-There Should Be An Entry In The Sales/Use Tax Defaults Tab (Doc ID 2523611.1)

Last updated on JULY 01, 2019

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise SCM Purchasing - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Requisitions error with message 10206, 36-There should be an entry in the Sales/Use Tax Defaults Tab

For a batch of requisitions processed through PO_POCALC, if multiple Ship To Locations have differing Sales/Use Tax Applicability (SUT_APPL_FLG) flags of Exempt and Exonerated , the entire batch goes to exempt because the entire batch is assumed to be Exonerated. When PO_POCALC runs, the result is requisitions with an error of 10206, 36 - "There should be an entry in the Sales/Use Tax Defaults Table for each ShipTo id and it does not exist. This information is required in order to proceed with building this purchase order item. Or, there was a serious error in trying to obtain VAT information."

Steps to reproduce the issue:

1) Setup Sales/Use tax Applicability for Shipto location US001 as exempt
2) Setup Sales/Use tax Applicabliltiy for Shipto location US002 as Exonerated
3) Create a Req with consolidate req option as Yes. Ship to is US001, Contract Tied to this Req
4) Create another Req with consolidate req option as Yes. Ship to is US002, Contract Tied to this Req
4) Run Auto Source for BU  US001
5) Both Reqs in error


Error:
10206, 36-There should be an entry in the Sales/Use Tax Defaults Table for each ShipTo id and it does not exist.
This information is required in order to proceed with building this purchase order item. Or, there was a serious error in trying to obtain VAT information

Changes

 

Cause

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