I assigned IN (india) as my country and INR as my currency.   Please help me to resolve the error.   Please do the needful.   With Regards,
| 03 Jan 2011 8:27 am
You have to assign Tax procedure to the country in the following path:

Financial acg- financial accg global settings-tax on sales/purchases- assign country to calculation procedure.
Ravi Vyas
| 07 Jan 2011 9:28 am
Try Tcode - OBBG

Select - "IN"

Assign Any Available Tax Procedure of any country to "IN"

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