It is funny when you are navigating on SAP Notes Portal and you find something that you were not looking, but it would be very useful if you have found it before…

I am talking about SAP Knowledge Base Article 2133195 and if you are still running the Old TAXBRJ Tax Schema to your company in Brasil and planning to migrate to TAXBRA, this KBA explains how to use a tool to compare whatever is in your system versus what it is required to get the system updated to proceed with the final TAXBRA settings.

The report will cross check the CBT configuration and other Tax Related data, including WHT and compare with your current system and the program was developed by Rodrigo Guerra, member of SCN Localization Brazil group SAP community.

This is only a display report and no changes will be made in the system.

The steps to execute this report are:

  1. Download file Z_CHECK_CBT.txt (see attachments in this article)
  2. Download the file from SAP Note 1706309
  3. Extract the BC-Sets to a folder.
  4. Create a new program in SE38, copy and paste the contents of this file
  5. Activate and Execute the program


6.Indicate which pricing procedure you would like to analyse

7.Indicate the folder where the file has been extracted to

8.Select which checks you would like to perform (‘Report ALL customizing’ recommended in the first execution)

9.Execute the report

The results are straightforward and simple:


Follow the instructions to find an specific point in the customizing (condition, pricing procedure, view, table, etc). Pay attention on the items represented in Red as these will be the points of attention that should require a change or correction:


It is possible to double-click over the transaction name to open it directly from the report (if you have the authorization rights to access it).

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