RE:[sap-log-mm] VST Behaviors in Automatic Posting in IR

Reply from ha_tran on Jan 10 at 1:06 AM
Hi Marlkoos,

To a certain extend, the usage of default tax code via configuration is not required for LIV process where the invoice receipt is maintained with reference to the purchase order as the tax code in this particular case will be defaulted from the purchase order.


---------------Original Message---------------
From: Bruin zheng
Sent: Wednesday, January 04, 2012 8:00 AM
Subject: VST Behaviors in Automatic Posting in IR

Hi I have a problem. In the process of IR (invoice receipt), I use OMWB to specify an Input Tax account for transaction VST, so when IR occurs, VST will search G/L for the account to see if G/L allows to let this account to be automatically posted. If allowed, the account will be posted.

But when I check FI, I find OB40, I find it do the same thing. Both OMWB and OB40 have the transaction VST and can specify an Input Tax account for it. I just wonder when IR processes, how the two VSTs (for FI it belongs to Group %TX, but for MM it belongs to Group RMK ) behavior. Someone told me that only the FI-VST do the work and the MM-VST is nonsense, but I think the two VSTs might make some control over the transfer of an auto posting between two ends.


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