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Goods Supplier and Country of Departure


Working on import scenario where vendor(US) is domestic but supplier(CN) is in different country.

Need help on below 2 points at Customs Declaration

1. Goods supplier is not getting copied to customs declaration.

2. Country of Departure at header is showing of Vendor's but I want it to be Suppliers country.

I checked customs document (DTAVI), both Vendor and Supplier are transferred from R/3. And also Departure Country is showing of supplier's country at item level. This information is correct.

In ECC at PO and IBD level, I can see both vendor and supplier under partner tab.

Appreciate any help on this.



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    Posted on Dec 03, 2014 at 08:26 PM

    Hi Pradeep,

    1. Goods supplier is not getting copied to customs declaration
      Please check your configuration for the allowed Partners in the Declaration, compared with the mappings from the ERP Partner Functions to the GTS Partner Functions.
      It could be that the mapping is to 'WL' but that value does not appear in the Partner Group.

    2. Country of Departure at header is Vendor's but should be Supplier's
      Generally header field CTYDP is not filled by the system, but can be filled by Data Proposal. I generally use a 2-step access sequence, to reference the Country of the Vendor if the Country of the Goods Supplier is not filled.
      For some Legal Regulations, the header field is copied from the items if all have the same value. In that case, you need to propose the field value at the item level.

    Hope that helps.


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    • Hi Pradeep,

      I checked the code; the Goods Supplier is not copied to the header unless it the values differ at item level. So you might want to check whether or not partners are being mapped at item level (table /SAPSLL/CORPAR). If necessary, set a break-point in Function Module /SAPSLL/CIBD_CUHD_MAP around line 52 and check what is happening.

      Otherwise please re-check the Partner Schema assigned to the Document Type of the Import Declaration - that can be done at Document Type or Legal Regulation level.



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