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Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Decoding GST for India, Oracle EBS way

Objective of this page is to provide a junction from where people can find their way quickly.

This is an attempt to decode solution offered by Oracle for GST in India.
In this article I am planning to put some important links of documents given by Oracle or created by myself or other generous people who are sharing their efforts.

From myself:

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From Oracle


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Document Details
This document provides an overview of the capabilities of the phase 1 EBS GST infrastructure including guidance on the features that can be tested based on the scope of this phase.
This document provides details on: (1) testing and carrying out the relevant business scenarios enabled in phase 1, and (2) different possible tax configuration options.
This document describes how to configure the O2C cycle by providing details on: (1) transaction flow and tax defaulting in different stages of O2C based on the scope of phase 1, (2) summary accounting entries generated at each stage, and (3) major difference between the current India localization structure and the EBS GST infrastructure. 
This document describes different scenarios and transaction flows in the Order to Cash cycle by providing details on: (1) setups related to O2C, (2) manual sales order, AR transactions, O2C, bill only transaction cycles, (3) accounting, tax recalculation based on tax point basis (TPB), and (4) major difference between the current India localization structure and the EBS GST infrastructure. 
This document describes how to configure the P2P cycle by providing details on: (1) types of tax defaulting, (2) scenarios pertaining to the tax defaulting, (3) major differences from the current India localization, (4) how to  use different permutations and combinations in order to explain the process for defaulting tax on a transaction.
This document reviews different scenarios and transaction flows in the P2P cycle by providing details on: (1) transaction flow and tax defaulting in different stages of P2P, (2) summary accounting entries generated at each stage, and (3) the major difference between the current India localization structure and the EBS GST infrastructure.



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