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Excise duties not flowing while creating return excise invoice

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During sales return excise invoice creation ,excise duties are not determined automatically in J1IH. Is there any settings instead of entering the value manually in J1IH? I have searched the forum but only manual entries related results are posted.Is there any automatic determination?

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Bhuvanashree

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    Posted on Feb 27, 2014 at 06:39 AM

    For all CIN transaction excise default can come from SPRO - Logistics general then screen shot.

    If condition in your document is not maintained here with A/P columns it will not come in j1IH


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  • Posted on Feb 28, 2014 at 08:09 AM

    Hi,

    In ECC6 EHP6 SAP has given the provision for return process T-code: J1IH with separate tab called" "Return Sales Excise"

    kindly check the below mentioned SAP Note

    1756565 - Excise duties not prorated in sales return process- J1IH

    1907900 - Error 8I-402 for return sales transaction(RLFC)- J1IH

    I hope it will solve your problems

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      Hi Bhuvanasree,

      As mentioned by mahesh, since from last year SAP has come up with a new functionality for posting JV for excise in case of returns. You have to do some manual steps as mentioned in the OSS notes by SAP. RLFC is the new excise transaction type for returns. FI team has to assign the respective G/L's for RLFC in CIN settings. After getting the oss notes follow the steps as mentioned in the note.

      That solves your problem.


      Regards,

      S.Himavanth.

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    Posted on Feb 27, 2014 at 05:54 AM

    Hi Bhuvanashree,

    I hope the main intension of J1IH is manual post only.

    I am not sure whether we can automate the post through J1IH.

    Regards,

    Raja Durai

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    Posted on Mar 07, 2014 at 01:24 PM

    HI Bhuvanashree,

    Same issue I faced in my current project. I understand from your comment, while doing J1IH you want to capture excise duties automatically.

    To achieve this, I did some changes in Item Category of returns, e.g REN, I made it its Billing Relevance as A-Delivery Related. Then I ran the t code J1IH, so it was capturing all excise duties with the previous billing document.

    Kindly check and give your feedback on this.

    Regards:

    Abhishek

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    Posted on Jun 12, 2014 at 09:18 AM

    Dear Friend,

    As per the SAP new package ETT RLFC has been introduced for Excise sales return. New tab "Return sales Excise" available in J1IH for post Return excise invoice automatically. .

    We added ETT RLFC in table J_1ITRAN and did configuration for account determination for excise, this is helped us to post excise invoice for Sales return.

    Please refer SAP Note: 1907900 - Error 8I-402 for return sales transaction(RLFC)- J1IH


    In addition even after all the configuration of RLFC you are not able to post the Excise for return sales then this is due to confirmation of service in original delivery.

    This is a typical case when you are using Batch managed material.

    If this scenario arise implement SAP OSS note No: 1971904 which will resolve the issue.

    Regards,

    Ashish Kothari

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