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GST(Goods and Service Tax) India Solution

The Government of India is planning to roll out GST from 1st of July, 2017 as per the latest update.
Based on the draft Model GST law SAP has started releasing Notes for DDIC changes, Screen Changes, Master Data and transaction data.
The proposed GST India Development roadmap is available in the GST JAM page –
These Notes are the draft notes and is not for Productive use. The “Disclaimer” should be read before going ahead and implementing the solution. And always the latest version of the Note should be applied.
Refer to the below SAP note for information on GST prerequisites
Minimum Support Pack level and tax procedure required is TAXINN.
2315692 – Information on GST
The list of SAP Notes for GST solution and the order in which they should be applied are below and will be updated as and when there is a new note released-
1. 2405502  GST India – Changes to Master data- DDIC activities :

2. 2385575  GST India – Changes to Master data :

3. 2407980  GST India – Changes to tax procedure and pricing procedure :

4. 2415115  GST India – Changes to Transaction data- Data Dictionary activities

5. 2417506  GST India –  Utilities :
6. 2376723 GST IN: BAdI definition for screen enhancement in Enjoy transactions of FI and MM
7. 2378678 GST IN: BAdI implementation in Enjoy transactions of FI and MM

8. 2419214 GST IN: Changes to MIRO Invoice item level screen
9. 2419215 GST IN: Changes for FI Invoice item level screen
10. 2426581 – GST India: Tax calculation based on vendor region and vendor GST classification

11. 2410105 Sales related changes for India GST for sales order creation and Invoice posting
12. 2410917  Activating Line item wise tax calculation for posting GST relevant billing docu :
13. 2416018 GST India: Stock Transfer
14. 2428495 – GST India: Corrections to note 2416018
15. 2386062 India GST: GSP and ASP :
16. 2405801  FAQ on Goods and Services Tax (GST) :
17. 2433488 – FAQ on SAP ASP – GST Digital Compliance Service for India
Supporting KBAs:
Find below the list of Knowledge Base Articles(KBAs) which will assist in case there is any difficulty in creating the DDIC objects or setting up Master Data or applying any of the above Notes.
1. 2410053 Control Code and GST Vendor Classification fields not available in Field catalo

2. 2412663 Error- Select a document field for XXXX occurs, VT510
3. 2417939 GST Vendor classification issue in FV11
4. 2418631 Issues while applying GST India SAP note 2415115
5. 2419803 GST India GSTIN not updating/saving in Business place view
6. 2431425  GST IN: Error 00002 Enter a valid value, J_1IEXCDEFN
7. 2433412 – GST IN: J_1I_CUSTOMS Data element definition missing

8. 2413682 GST India: Missing Objects when Implementing SAP Notes 2405502 and 2415115
9. 2420891 GST India: Maintenance of Business Place wise GL Determination
10. 2428298 Control code not fetched for condition record – TAXINN
11. 2430349 GST India: Maintenance of HSN/SAC Codes
12. 2435176 GST IN: J_1IG_INV gives dump for FM J_1IG_GET_PLANT_DETAILS

13. 2438376  GST IN: FF713 Tax code XX country IN does not exist in procedure XXXX

Also there is an external GST Jam site created for which all the customers who have got the invitation has the access, where the latest updates and development on GST can be found.
The same can be accessed through-


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