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Customs shipment(import) not creating despite adding the preliminary document in inbound delivery

Hello All,

We are facing an issue with the customs shipment not getting created at the import side despite adding the preliminary document (T1) in the inbound delivery in feeder system.

This prevents us from not been able to close the transit procedure and subsequently the documents are not appearing in the ‘worklist after GR’ to do the import declaration.

Checked configuration related to preliminary doc type set up in GTS and they all look fine.

It was working fine until last week and we are not sure how to figure out or trace what changes been made to the system that is causing an issue with the customs shipment not getting created all of a sudden.

Any help to figure out the issue would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Suresh.

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  • Sep 16, 2015 at 01:53 PM

    Hi Suresh,

    That's rather a big haystack in which to find the needle!

    Why don't you know what changes have been made in the system?  And what about the Test system - is the process still working there? - if so, just compare the settings.

    Can't you ask whoever set it up originally, to set it up again?  Alternatively, follow the steps in the GTS Configuration Guide.

    If you have a developer, or you have developer skills yourself, debug in Function Module /SAPSLL/CD_MM0B_R3 to see what's going on there.

    Regards,

    Dave

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    • Hi Suresh,

      Something sounds wrong here.  The creation of a Customs Shipment for Transit, and Declaration before GR are mutually-exclusive in the system.  If you are finding the Inbound Delivery in the "before GR" work-list, then that implies that you have set that flag for the Delivery Type in the Plug-In configuration.

      If that's the case, then clear that check-box and your preliminary document should then work properly for Transit.

      Regards,

      Dave