While upgrading from SFIN 1503 to S/4HANA 1605 SP6, we came across this issue which I thought of sharing with our community.

As we know, J1INJV is used for Withholding tax adjustment entries in Indian company codes which are being implemented with Extended Withholding Tax features. For eg. Suppose a Vendor  Invoiceis being posted with a wrong WHT code or Amount or the Base Amount and now, you want to rectify it. The best way to achieve that is to reverse it and post it again. However, if the  Vendor invoice has already been paid and the corresponding bank line account has also been cleared then it requires a lot of effort to get the original invoice reversed. To avoid all these, we use J1INJV to adjust only the WHT related line items. Please note that J1INJV does not work for the Vendor open entries.

 

Error :

While creating a document for an already paid Vendor invoice line item, we encountered an Abap dump. Below are the steps we followed.

Execute tcode J1INJV

In the above Selection screen, put Document number and other details and select “Check”

Once you get the above screen, select the appropriate Correction option (Tax Amount or Taxcode or Base Amount). In my case, I selected Tax Amount Correction.

As you can see the Tax amount row is open for correction. This is the original entry and we have to change it.

After the Amount is changed, select the line and Press “Simulate”

System displayed the correct entry vide Simulation hence I came out of this screen and press “Post”

Analysis :

A debug of the same with the help of our technical colleague reveals that there some abnormal value getting created for Currency type 30 (Group Currency).

Solution :

Implemented OSS Note 2422870 – FBW3: Posting of Bill of Exchange Usage causes dump with ‘ASSERTION_FAILED’ within class CL_FINS_ACDOC_VALUATION_UTIL method CALCULATE_RDIFF

 

Result :

The document created successfully through J1INJV.

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