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Fields in the import B/L parper into GTS

Dear experts

There are some fields in the import bill of lading paper.

We want to use these fields for create the customs declaraation and calculate the freight cost.

But we don't know where to put these fields, does GTS have somewhere to store them?

such like

1. Port of lading

2.Port of origin

3.Pick up city

4.Courtry of origin

5.Country of dispatch

6.City of destination

7.Port of destination

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    Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 05:33 AM


    Yes, please check the Geography tab.of the export declaration, you can put pretty much all information you are requesting.

    Please do let me know if you couldn't find them. Thanks.



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      Hello Jose,

      May be I wouldn't go that far to say the solution is not good.

      This is what you can do in your scenario:

      You can make the customization and populate the information or Use the Header BADI and make a call to ECC at the time of creating import declaration and pass the information into Customs Declaration header structure which will solve your issue.

      Below are the details:

      BADI - /sapsll/cuhd_prop

      Method - Header_data_propose

      Stricture - CS_HEADER -

      Associated Structure - /sapsll/cuhd_badi_header_S

      Some of the fields - LULOC - Place of Unloading LOLOC - Place of Loading

      If you are not comfortable in doing any of the above then you have to start creating BOL in GTS and convert that into Declaration which will automatically pass the information.

      Please do let me know if you have any additional question.



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