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Tax classification determination from the tax condition types.

Hi experts,

I have three out put tax condition types in the pricing procedure(sequence is as follows):1)MWST



For few customers both the MWST and ZMWA are getting applicable by automatic pricing.

And we wanted to avoid the ZMWA charge for few customers.But we are not interested in deleting the condition record as this will affect the other transaction.ZMWA record is maintained for tax classification of Customer = 1.

So to avoid ZMWA output tax for a customer, we had CHANGED THE TAX CLASSIFICATION OF CUSTOMER in Customer master for ZMWA from 1 to 0.

But still the ZMWA record is getting picked up as the tax classification is still considered as 1, though for ZMWA its 0 in customer master.

We have Tax class. of Customer as 1 for MWST.I think the system is considering the tax class of MWST and not ZMWA.

Is the tax class.. number will be taken only from one MWST for the whole sales order.

Please suggest, how the tax classification of customer is taken when we have multiple tax condition types with different tax classification rule for each conition type.




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