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In "Invoice approval journal" for an vendor invoice, if the expense line is filled in with account type "Project" and "Sales tax group" and "Item sales tax group" is filled in (to calculate VAT), you'll get an error when using the "Validate" button saying the invoice is not balanced and difference amount stated is equal to the VAT amount.
But the invoice will be validated correct and posted when using the "Post" button.
Are there any hotfixes for correcting the wrong code for the "validate" function?
I'm using AX2012 R2 CU7
You can search for hotfixes on Lifecycle Services using the Issue search.
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Yes, I know. I have used a long time searching, but have not found anything useful.
But the descriptions of the hotfixes are often not sufficient for what the hotfixes will solve, so maybe someone knew about a hotfix out of experience...
I can't imagine, that I'm the first one discovering this issue ;-)
Great you already used this feature. You can wait for someone answering your question here. You can also create a support incident and ask if it is known and a fix available. I do agree that sometimes the descriptions will not tell everything.
What is the exact error(s) or warning(s) that you get? Can you post the entire content provided in the info log when you try to validate?
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