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US FTZ: Goods Issue Stock Posting

Hello All,

I am testing US FTZ functionality in GTS. I have configured 601 and 643 (for intercompany stock transfer) movement types. As per SAP suggestion, I have created Sales Order, Outbound delivery and PGI. As per SAP, I need to execute the transaction "Process stock issue from FTZ [/SAPSLL/CUSWLY_01] but it says no data found.

While debugging I found that the above transaction checks the entries in table /SAPSLL/CUSWLY by passing customs ID and as it is blank, said error displayed.

Could you please help me on understanding how the table /SAPSLL/CUSWLY is getting updated?

Thanks & Regards


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    Posted on Sep 09, 2015 at 08:38 AM

    Hi Rahul,

    Make sure you have:

    • flagged the Product for FTZ,
    • transferred the SCP attributes back to the feeder system,
    • and made the initial stock transfer

    In the GTS system, check ST22 for short-dumps - if the set-up is not consistent, the API code aborts.

    Hope that helps.



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  • Posted on Jul 28, 2020 at 10:00 PM

    Hi Rahul,

    I know you worked on this a long time, but wondering if your project included creating a Customs Waybill in GTS? We are implementing FTZ using intercompany and looking at options for how to make the plant abroad's export appear as an import in GTS. For external vendors, my inbound delivery creates the Waybill, which I will marry up with the goods movement to create the inventory layer. But for internal transfer from plant abroad, still looking at best way to achieve this from an outbound delivery.



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