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Assignment taric code

This page explains the matching and mapping fields that you can use while importing taric codes. This page serves purely as a reference and it assumes that you already have a basic understanding of the import tool.

An import of the type Assignment taric code allows you to import data for the taric code table in the menu Setup » Client » Settings » Taric code. In order to provide taric codes for variations via import, go to the import type Item.

1. Fields for taric code matching

Table 1 explains the fields that are available for matching taric code data. During the import, plentymarkets checks if the imported data record already exists based on the matching field.

Table 1. Fields for taric matching
Setting Explanation

Taric code

Which column of your CSV file lists the taric codes? Choose this column here.
More information on taric codes in general can be found in the taric code section of the manual.

Country

Which column of your CSV file lists the countries? Choose this column here.
Either use the Country IDs or the IsoCodes to enter the countries into your CSV file. You can find both in the Countries section of the manual.

2. Fields for taric assignment mapping

This chapter explains the fields that are available for mapping taric codes. Use these fields to specify which column of your file corresponds to which data field in your system.

Basic procedure:

  1. In your CSV file: Enter a valid import value into a column.

  2. In plentymarkets: Assign this column to the appropriate mapping field.

  3. After the import: Check the result in the back end.

No mapping field? Default value applies!

If you don’t include a certain piece of information in your CSV file, i.e. if you don’t use a certain mapping field, then will be given the default value.

2.1. Mapping

2.1.1. VAT

Which VAT rate do you want to assign? Enter this VAT rate into your CSV file.
Enter the percentage value of the VAT rate without the percentage sign. Whether the rate has to be entered separated by commas or points depends on the setting in the Matching of the import.

Default value: No default value

Permitted import values: Numeric

You can find the result of the import in the back end menu: Setup » Client » Settings » Taric code.

2.1.2. Delete

Decide whether you want to delete an already existing assignment between a VAT rate, a taric code and a country.

Default value: No default value

Permitted import values: Numeric

Permitted import values in CSV file Options in the drop-down list in the back end

0

Do not delete

1

Delete

You can find the result of the import in the back end menu: Setup » Client » Settings » Taric code.

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