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Purchase & Sales register India-J1IPUR/ J1ISAL

Hello,

We are planning to implement to use Standard SAP Provided program for Purchase register (J1IPUR) and Sales register (J1ISAL).

Wanted to know the how useful the same is keeping in mind the Indian Tax Regulatory requirements.

Thanks

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  • Posted on Jun 05, 2014 at 01:30 PM

    Till sometime back, SAP have released a note 1743574 on this and I have gone through that. But I am not sure why they have blocked this now. Better raise an OSS message by referring this note and share here what their response is

    G. Lakshmipathi

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  • Posted on Jun 06, 2014 at 04:54 AM

    Thanks Lakshmipathi for your reply.

    Still would ask community user if any body had the experience of using these reports and share their know how on the same.

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    • Former Member

      Hi Mukesh,

      I have mostly worked on implementations for Indian clients and the purchase and Sales register was always a requirement.

      But these T-codes have never fulfilled the complete requirement.. so we developed custom report for both these registers as per client requirement.

      Regards,

      kavita

  • Posted on Jun 06, 2014 at 10:37 AM

    i tried these T codes--but not found.

    Can you give right one??

    Phanikumar

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    Posted on Mar 23, 2015 at 10:26 PM

    J1IPUR is updated by note 1993972. I have had an open OSS message for over a year on this report. We are now up to version 7 of the note. The developer of this report cannot seem to figure out how to write code that works. One version of the note fixed the timeout issue but then failed to return any data. The latest solution from the developer is that the report needs to be run in background to get it to complete without timing out.

    I made some simple code changes and now it runs in seconds. I suggested these back to the developer and am waiting on a new release of the note.

    There is also a problem in the code that it selects the entire contents of the MKPF table into an internal table when it does not need the data. This also causes a memory dump. I have this one back to the developer waiting on a response.

    This report is definitely not production ready. For a legal report, it is amazing to me that SAP could release this report in such a state and then take over a year to correct the problem(s). It seems as though this was released with little to no testing. If it was tested, it was in a system with 10 PO's and 10 Sales orders.

    If you do decide to go down this path, I strongly suggest adding a couple of indexes to RSEG. Without them the report is unusable if you have many documents in the system.

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    • Former Member

      Kevin,

      There is no use of using Std. SAP Purch Regist (J1IPUR) & Sales Regist (J1ISAL).The most important reason is that they are at header level not item level.

      I'm testing both these reports and found that they are at header level only. We want these reports at item level. Have you come across any OSS note/ BADi where we can make these reports at item level?

      Thank you.

  • Posted on Jan 12, 2016 at 06:33 AM

    Hi Mukesh,

    As both purchase ans sales register are required for Indian clients. But standard report can not fulfill the requirements of clients. As both reports shows the header data not an item data. Even clients required some additional fields for his more information. So you need to develop customized report to fulfill the requirement.

    Regards,

    Rahul Hande

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