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Export Legal regulation / License type based on ECC Order type.

Hi All,

Is there a way we can control Compliance Export Legal regulation/ License type based on ECC Order type.

I have ECC order type 'RE' where :

1) For this order RE, I want to have Export legal regulation / License determined when plant is from US. So in ECC "RE" is activated for GTS compliance check.

2) For this order RE, I don't want to have Export legal regulation / License determined when plant is from NL.


3) For other order types, I want to have legal regulation determined when plant is from NL. So export legal regulation is active for NL plant

In this scenario I have activated order type 'RE' in ECC for Compliance Check. Also I have set up legal regulation for country NL.


Now for the same product/ partner when exporting from NL, how system can determined to activate license based on order type.


OR to enable different license type determination based on ECC order type. In that case I would create a "NLR - No License required" for RE Order type.

Please advice.

Regards,

Amit

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  • Posted on Apr 17, 2015 at 07:42 AM

    Hi Amit,

    The easiest way will probably be to create and map different GTS Document Types; one for 'RE', and one for the others. For the one that is mapped to 'RE', be sure to include Country of Departure in the Licence Determination, so that you can determine the 'NLR' for country NL.

    Regards,

    Dave

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    • Hi Amit,

      Sorry, I don't understand. What is now missing? As far as I can see, I've answered your question in the first posting. For the combination of order type 'RE' and Plant country 'NL', you can determine NLR. And for other combinations, you can run standard compliance checks.

      Isn't that ok?

      Regards,
      Dave

  • Posted on Apr 21, 2015 at 11:08 AM

    Hi Amit,

    Apart from the document type ...

    1) Need to create new Item category and new Legal regulation in GTS system

    2) Feeder system item category (REN) should be assigned to GTS item category

    3) GTS item category and Legal Regulation should be activated in Document Structure for the Legal Control

    4) Legal regulation should not be activated for the country NL


    By doing this the Licensing will not be determined for the country NL...

    1) Need to create new Item category , new Legal regulation for the country NL only and for remaining countries please create one more legal regulations in GTS system.

    2) Feeder system item category (REN) should be assigned to GTS item category

    3) GTS item category and Legal Regulation for NL and for rest of countries should be activated in Document Structure for the Legal Control

    4) Create License type ( NLR ) for the NL legal regulation.

    By doing this the licensing will be determined for the country NL as NLR.

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    Posted on Apr 24, 2015 at 08:36 PM

    My Basic Query is how to use Document type when doing License determination.

    I didn't found any document type as one of the parameter/ field when doing license determination strategy?

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