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CIN - SD Pricing Procedure

Hi Gurus

Currently we're in the midst of implementing CIN 4.0A....Would like to seek clarification on the below:

1. Why do we need to maintain UTXJ where we already maintain the excise duty, ecess, etc.. in J11D?

2. How does the system know which condition type to be populated if we maintain

the duties in J1ID?

3. Do we need to maintain duties in FTXP?

Appreciate yr help..


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    Posted on Apr 25, 2007 at 06:48 AM

    hello Vinz

    The normal procedure is to maintain the condition types JECS and JA1X in the Tax Procedure TAXINJ.

    Then we maintain these condition types in SD pricing procedure and then we will also have two more condition types JECX and JA1Y which are 100% copy conditions of JECS and JA1X respectively. Check whether these settings are proper.

    Then we maintain condition records for JECX and JA1Y using VK11. For JECS and JA1X we maintain the Tax Code as master data.

    As per Indian tax system, Excise duty (16%) is payable by each manufacturing unit on the value of manufactured goods / on the value added. The manufacturing plant is supposed to submit an excise duty report on fortnightly / monthly basis. Various registers (RG1, RG23A, RG23C, PLA) are maintained for that purpose, which record all the transactions including movement of goods, cenvat credit available and cash balance available. In SAP, we use transaction j1id for configuration and j1iin, j2i7, j1i5, j2i5, j2i6, j1ip for creating, extracting and printing excise invoice.

    SAPMJ1ID is for Rate maint & amend open po's/so's

    If u r using TAXINN.

    Maintain Condion record first BED and Cess through FV11 Proper Date,before creating condition record Maintain Master record in J1ID.(Chapter ID,Assasble Value,Mtrl and Chapter ID.)

    If u r Using TAXINJ,

    First maintain J1ID all important is Excise duty rates,(BED and Cess)

    For TAXINJ at the time of TAXCODE creation u must assign the Percntages.




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    Posted on Apr 25, 2007 at 06:33 AM


    UTXJ is the condition which triggers the calculated call of tax procedure TAXINJ. Condition records need to be maintained for UTXJ with appropriate tax code.

    In simple words it acts as a hook or integration link between Tax pricing procedure and SD Pricing procedure.

    Access sequence JIND is assigned to conditin UTXJ. Calculation formula (Alt Cty) 352 is assigned to UTXJ condition type which ensures calculation of excise based on excise masters (J1ID) maintained in the system.

    we need to maintain duty % against required condition types through transaction FTXP.

    Hope it clarifies to some extent.


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    Posted on Apr 25, 2007 at 06:50 AM

    Hi Vinz,

    Condition Type UTXZ plays vital role in Both SD Pricing Procedures like TAXINJ and TAXINN.But if you are using the SD Pricing Procedure TAXINJ which is Formulae based, the Condition Type UTXZ is a Brigde between SD Pricing Procedure and FI Pricing Procedure.

    In T.Code : FTXP - What ever the values or % maintained here for the Tax Code for the Particular Condition types that will be triggered in the sales order level.

    As said based on the % you maintian in the Tax code for which it is liked with the country in FTXP the values will be get Triggered.

    Hope this clarifies your Doubts,Please Reward If Really Helpful,

    Thanks and Regards,


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