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Value of goods field not populated on the customs declaration


Under the customs declaration, the Item Overview tab (header) is not able to get value of goods field populated. Let us not confuse this with the logistics costs tab. The duty rate types A001 are at item level, so the logistics costs tab is basically empty.

Every field populated at the item level (Item) like the tariff number, product, unit of measure, departure country, description of goods, net weight and many more fields from the item level are copied over to the consolidated Item Overview tab except the value of goods field. If all fields are getting copied, any reason only this wouldn't get copied. Any thoughts?



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    Posted on Jul 07, 2016 at 01:14 PM

    Hi Shrini,

    The "Value of Goods" in the Item Overview is taken from the entry with Value Type '001'.

    In the Calculation Procedure, double-click on the required Duty Type and assign the Value Type "Net Price / Invoice Value" - that is Type '001'.



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  • Posted on Jun 10, 2016 at 05:46 PM

    Hi Shrini

    Can you check the config for A001 duty type? Also, let me know what GTS version and support package you are on. SAP turned off some features at header level in higher levels



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    • Hi Kanhaiya,

      SAP didn't respond, the message has been with them for a few weeks now. I took a couple of different routes to meet the business requirement. One is what Dave said, he is right with the suggestion. Go flip the setting on A001 to "net price/invoice value" from "Statistical".

      The other route we opted based on the remaining half of business requirement was to get reporting data out of BI.(might not be relevant).



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