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Foreign trade data - Embargo for military materials for certain countries

We make a product that can be used in the military. We do not ship anything to UN Embargo countries, we cannot ship certain materials that are military related to a list of about 20 countries, then all other countries for these military materials require an export license.

I get how to block all UN Embargo countries for all materials and how to determine an export license by export grouping/product classification and destination country but how to I stop a sale to a particular country for a particular export group/product classification or the material group code as was suggested previously??

It looks to me like I could use the Legal control:product classification by destination country with a specific user exit.

Does anyone know if one of the standard user's exits cover this requirement or would I need to have one written?? Has anyone else done this in a different manner??

Any and all help is greatly appreciated!!

Debbie

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 04:29 AM

    Hi Debbie,

    First of all you need to declare the country as embargo in thry T-CODE -"VE53".

    Most of the settings are done in sdforeign trade customs--legal control.

    Also check item category for export data in t-code "VI58".

    This VI58 would effect on your item category grp in material master and hence should block the material.

    Basically make most of the settings in legal control.

    Reward points if it helps.

    Regards

    Karan

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