SII - Invoice and Credit Memo Types in Sales and Purchase Documents

Business Central supports the Spanish SII requirements for VAT reporting (Immediate Information Supply). For more information, see Setup and user guide for electronic VAT information under SII in the Spanish version of Dynamics NAV.

The following table shows the output of the various types that are used for invoices and credit memos in connection with SII and how they are implemented in Business Central.

Sales Invoices

Type Description Implementation
F1 Invoice Normal invoice
F2 Simplified invoice (ticket) Implemented as for F1, except a non-existing block is called “Contraparte” and additional nodes are called “ImporteTotal” and “Macrodato”.
F3 Invoice issued to replace simplified invoices issued and filed Same as Normal invoice
F4 Invoice summary entry Possible, but the XML file is same as for F1 because Business Central does not support Summary invoices.

Submissions will result in known error: Missing “NumSerieFacturaEmisorResumenFin” element.
R1 Corrected invoice (Error based on Art. 80.1, 80.2, and 80.6 LIVA) Not supported. Only used for credit memos.
R2 Corrected invoice (Art. 80.3) Not supported. Only used for credit memos
R3 Corrected invoice (Art. 80.4) Not supported. Only used for credit memos
R4 Corrected invoice (other) Not supported. Only used for credit memos
R5 Corrected invoice in simplified invoices Not supported. Only used for credit memos

Sales Credit Memos

Type Description Implementation
F1 Invoice Same structure as sales invoice, type F1, but with negative values
F2 Simplified invoice (ticket) Same structure as sales invoice type F2, but with negative values
F3 Invoice issued to replace simplified invoices issued and filed Not supported
F4 Invoice summary entry Not supported
R1 Corrected invoice (Error based on Art. 80.1, 80.2, and 80.6 LIVA) Normal credit memo
R2 Corrected invoice (Art. 80.3) Same as normal credit memo
R3 Corrected invoice (Art. 80.4) Same as normal credit memo
R4 Corrected invoice (other) Same as normal credit memo
R5 Corrected invoice in simplified invoices Same as normal credit memo except the block is called “Contraparte”.

Purchase Invoices

Type Description Implementation
F1 Invoice Normal invoice
F2 Simplified invoice (ticket) Implemented as for F1, except a non-existing block is called “Contraparte” and additional nodes are called “ImporteTotal” and “Macrodato”.
F3 Invoice issued to replace simplified invoices issued and filed Sames as for Normal invoice
F4 Invoice summary entry Possible, but the XML file is same as for F1 because Business Central does not support Summary invoices.

Submissions will result in known error: Missing “NumSerieFacturaEmisorResumenFin” element.
F5 Imports (DUA) Same as for Normal invoice
F6 Accounting support material Sames as for Normal invoice
R1 Corrected invoice (Error based on Art. 80.1, 80.2, and 80.6 LIVA) Not supported. Only used for credit memos
R2 Corrected invoice (Art. 80.3) Not supported. Only used for credit memos
R3 Corrected invoice (Art. 80.4) Not supported. Only used for credit memos
R4 Corrected invoice (other) Not supported. Only used for credit memos
R5 Corrected invoice in simplified invoices Not supported. Only used for credit memos

Purchase Credit Memos

Type Description Implementation
F1 Invoice Same structure as for purchase invoice, type F1, but with negative values
F2 Simplified invoice (ticket) Same structure as for purchase invoice, type F1, but with negative values
F3 Invoice issued to replace simplified invoices issued and filed Not possible
F4 Invoice summary entry Not possible
F5 Imports (DUA) Not possible
F6 Accounting support material Not possible
R1 Corrected invoice (Error based on Art. 80.1, 80.2, and 80.6 LIVA) Normal credit memo
R2 Corrected invoice (Art. 80.3) Same as normal credit memo
R3 Corrected invoice (Art. 80.4) Same as normal credit memo
R4 Corrected invoice (other) Same as normal credit memo
R5 Corrected invoice in simplified invoices Same as for normal credit memo except the block is called “Contraparte”

See Also

Spain Local Functionality