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GST is a destination based tax, i.e., the goods/services will be taxed at the place where they are consumed and not at the origin. So, the state where they are consumed will have the right to collect GST.

 

This, in turn, makes the concept of place of supply crucial under GST as all the provisions of GST revolves around it. Place of supply of goods under GST defines whether the transaction will be counted as intra-state or inter-state, and accordingly levy of SGST, CGST & IGST will be determined.

 

These JD Edwards EnterpriseOne programs are updated to include information about the place of supply: Voucher Match Process for Purchase Order program (P4314), Voucher Entry Process for Purchase Order program (P0411), and Advance Payment Process for Purchase A/P Transactions program (P75I838).

 

New changes allow user to change the "Place of Supply" defaulted by the system in the purchase and service transactions. This value is used in Calculate GST (R75I804) process to apply interstate tax (IGST) or intrastate tax (CGST+SGST) on the service transactions.

 

Below Bug numbers can be used to download the ESUs from the Update Center:

 

For more details refer the section - Localization Announcements, Localization by Release and Detail , check for India Announcements in the document JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Globalizations: Localizations, Translations, Certifications/Registrations (Doc ID 752291.1).

Requisition Self Service(RSS) enables users to easily create requisitions for goods and services that they need. To provide users with greater flexibility during the requisition process, you can set up delegates who have the authority to enter,inquire on, reverse, and receive requisitions on behalf of other users. A new application Requisition Delegation (P43E280) (menu G43E41) was created to bring delegation to RSS (Requisition Self Service). Using the Requisition Delegation program (P43E280), users can search for, review, add, edit, copy, or delete delegation records. Delegation records are stored in the Delegation Master table (F43E280).

 

The Requisition Delegation program enables authorized users to enter delegation records for anyone in the organization. Oracle recommends that you use application security when implementing this program, and that you grant access to only those users who are authorized to set up delegation records for all members of the organization. Typically, authorized users of this program are in the purchasing and/or procurement departments of an organization, and all requests for delegation setup are sent to these authorized users.

 

The Requisition Delegation program enables you to:

  • Allow a delegated requestor to perform requisition entry task on behalf of the original requestor.
  • Allow approvals for the requisition order that is created by the delegated requestor to be routed to the original requestor's approval route.
  • Review previously active delegation records.

 

For more information please refer to 9.1 Enhancement - Requisition Self Service (RSS) Delegation (Doc ID 1495910.1).

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