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EAP: Incorrect Customs Duty And IGST Rows When Build a Voucher That Is Associated With a PO For the Import of Goods to India (Doc ID 2970977.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 05, 2023

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Payables - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When build a voucher that is associated with a PO for the import of goods to India, the customs duty and IGST rows are created correctly in table PS_VCHR_LN_EXS_DTL. But if clicks on the link "Goods and Service Tax (GST)" these rows are regenerated and the customs duty row disappears. Without the customs duty row the IGST row is calculated incorrectly – the customs duty is not added to the base amount on which IGST needs to be calculated.
If create a new voucher online for the same purchase order the customs duty is always present and the IGST is calculated correctly based on merchandise amount plus customs duty.

Customs duty and IGST rows created are different when create on-line and with voucher build.


1. Check Trading Partner GST setup. Navigation : SetUp Financials/Supply Chan > Common Definition > India GST > Supplier Tax Application
2. Check Item GST applicability setup for item INDCG002 under set ID SHR04. Navigation : SetUp Financials/Supply Chan > Common Definition > India GST > Item Tax Application
3. Set up PO in BU IND01, budget check and dispatch. Purhasing > Purchase Order > Add/Update POs
4. Load voucher build staging tables. Account Payable > Vouchers > Add Update > Regular Entry 
5. Run SQL INSERT scripts VCHR_HDR_STG.SQL and VCHR_LINE_STG.SQL to populate these staging tables for the voucher to be built.Run Voucher Build application engine.The resulting voucher as built by AP_VCHRBLD:
6. Click on the link to inspect the GST lines one only sees the IGST and not the BCD (customs duty)




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