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Depo sales process

Dear Gurus,

we need to implement Depo sales process...For that i need to understand the whole process...we have a plant in delhi and we are sending stocks from Delhi plant to Mumbai plant thru Stock transport order and we r going to sell the stock from Mumbai plant.For that we need to implement Depo sales-new pri.proc. in Mumbai plant.I request U to send any relevant doc-CIN related which will be helpful as it hits registers like RG23D etc.,

My mail id is ckchaitanya1@gmail.com

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Krishna Chaitanya

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    Former Member
    Oct 11, 2007 at 05:19 AM

    Hi,

    http://help.sap.com/bp_bblibrary/500/html/J95_SaleDepot_EN_IN.htm

    Check the link below

    http://help.sap.com/bp_bblibrary/500/BBlibrary_start.htm

    http://help.sap.com/bp_blv1470/BL_India/index.htm

    https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/wiki?path=/display/erplo/cin+configuration&

    go through these 2 links.

    Link: http://help.sap.com/

    Path: SAP Best Practices --> Baseline Packages --> Based on SAP ECC 5.00 --> Select Country: for eg, Localized for India --> Technical Information --> Building Blocks --> Select Country for eg, India --> List of Basic Configuration & scenarios will be listed.

    Select the required basic configuration / scenario. These will consist of overview, configuration guide, business process, master data &so on ...........

    TAXINJ and The Pricing procedure for Depot Sales (CIN Version) alongwith the Condition Types like JMOD, JECS, and JECX etc. (CIN).

    JMOD is a FI Tax condition which gets the Basic Excise duty from calculation formula 352. JEX2 is a copy of JMOD and is a Sales pricing condition. The value of JEX2 gets posted for Excise account key. This ensures that the cost accounting of excise value paid is done correctly. In cases where commercial invoice is created after utilization the condition value formula 353 ensures that the actual MODVAT utilized is accounted as excise.

    Similarly JAED is a FI Tax condition which gets the Additional Excise duty from calculation formula 352. JEXA is a copy of JAED and is a Sales pricing condition. The accounting is done for the value of JEXA.

    JSED is a FI Tax condition which gets the Special Excise duty from calculation formula 352. JEXS is a copy of JSED and is a Sales pricing condition. The accounting is done for the value of JEXS.

    JCES is a FI Tax condition which gets the CESS from calculation formula 352. JCED is a copy of JCES and is a Sales pricing condition. The accounting is done for the value of JCED.

    So, Conclusion :---->

    JMOD -- > Basic Excise duty condition for FI side.

    Corresponding to it, JEX2 is the Basic Excise duty condition for SD side.

    That's why account key to JMOD is linkes in TAXINJ.

    And account key to JEX2 is linkes in JDEPOT.

    Please Reward If Really Helpful,

    Thanks and Regards,

    Sateesh.Kandula

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    Former Member
    Oct 11, 2007 at 05:12 AM

    Hi

    Refer the links below

    Sales from Depot Plants: In this procedure, the excise duty is levied when the goods are transferred

    from the factory to the depot and then passed to the customer when they make purchase.

    Excise duty is payable when you send the goods from factory to the depot and it is not levied

    again when the goods are resold. Sometimes when the final sale occurs at the depot, there might be

    price escalation, in such scenarios extra excise duty will be paid at the factory using A certificate. We

    need to register the A certificate details in the RG 23D register.

    Customizations:

    • Stock transport processing, in Customizing for Materials Management (MM), by choosing

    Purchasing ® Purchase Order ® Set Up Stock Transport Order

    • The copying control for copying stock transport order NL to excise invoice JEX

    Make this setting in Customizing for Logistics – General, by choosing Taxes on Goods

    Movements ® India ® Business Transactions ® Outgoing Excise Invoices ® Assign Billing

    Types to Delivery Types.

    • The item category NLN (standard transport order) so that it is relevant for billing

    You do this in Customizing for Sales and Distribution (SD), by choosing Sales ® Sales

    Documents ® Sales Document Item.

    Two pricing procedures have been provided to map this sales procedures:

    J1INDEP – Condition based excise determination

    JDEPOT – Formula based excise determination.

    Following is the business process:

    1. Sales order is created.

    2. Delivery is created as usual.

    3. Assign excise invoices to delivery or material document.

    You follow this procedure to specify which excise invoices are to be assigned to a delivery from

    a depot. The procedure is as follows

    a) From the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Indirect Taxes ® Sales/Outbound

    Movements ® Excise Invoice ® For Depot ® Create/Change/Display ® Delivery or

    Material Document ® RG 23D Selection.

    b) Enter the delivery document number or the material number and choose

    c) Select the excise invoice you want.

    d) Choose

    e) Choose Excise invoice.

    A list of excise invoices appears. These are the excise invoices at the depot with a

    balance quantity.

    The system also shows a list of the A certificates that can be used. You can pick up any

    of the A certificates, but they must be for the same excise invoice. You can only pick up

    an A certificate in its entirety. You cannot select part of an A certificate.

    f) Select the excise invoices that are relevant to the delivery.

    g) Specify what quantity to be used from each excise invoice.

    The system recalculates the excise accordingly.

    h) Go back to the item details screen.

    i) Save the data.

    The system creates an entry in register RG 23D and generates the depot excise invoice

    numbers.

    If you selected any A certificates, the system also generates additional entries in the RG

    23D register. The system marks the original A certificates as updated, so that they

    cannot be used for any other removals.

    4. Verification whether we have selected the correct excise invoice is done or not and post

    them. If wrong excise invoices are selected then we can cancel the assignment. The procedure is

    as follows:

    a) From the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Indirect Taxes ® Sales/Outbound

    Movements ®Excise Invoice® For Depot ®Create/Change/Display ® Delivery or

    Material Document® Verify/Post.

    b) Enter the number of the delivery that you want to verify and choose

    c) Make sure that the information is correct.

    d) Save the data.

    The system updated the posting flag in the RG 23D register.

    5. Invoice is created.

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    Oct 11, 2007 at 05:24 AM

    Hi Krishna

    Sales from Depots

    Purpose

    You may sell finished goods directly from the place of manufacture, as described under Sales from Factories, or you may first ship them to a separate location for storage (a depot), from where you will sell them. The second procedure is described here.

    Sales from depots are handled differently from sales from factories because of excise law: Excise duty is payable when you send the goods from the factory to the depot, but it is not levied again when you sell the goods.

    Sometimes when you make a final sale of goods from a depot, price escalations could have happened with retrospective effect. In such scenarios you need to pay the extra excise duty at the factory using an A Certificate. You need to register the A certificate details in the RG 23D register and the excise recovered from the customer.

    Prerequisites

    You have customized:

    Stock transport processing, in Customizing for Materials Management (MM), by choosing Purchasing --- Purchase Order -

    -


    Set Up Stock Transport Order

    The copying control for copying stock transport order NL to excise invoice JEX

    Make this setting in Customizing for Logistics – General, by choosing Taxes on Goods Movements -

    -


    India ® Business Transactions -

    -


    Outgoing Excise Invoices -

    -


    Assign Billing Types to Delivery Types.

    The item category NLN (standard transport order) so that it is relevant for billing

    You do this in Customizing for Sales and Distribution (SD), by choosing Sales -

    -


    Sales Documents -

    -


    Sales Document Item.

    Creating Excise Invoices for Stock Transfers:

    From the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Indirect Taxes -

    -


    Procurement -

    -


    Excise Invoice -

    -


    For Depot -

    -


    Create/Change/Display.

    In the Material document field, enter the goods receipt number and choose .

    The system displays the information from the goods receipt, for example, the sending plant, the excise registration, the range, the division, and the collectorate.

    Choose Details.

    The system copies the items from the goods receipt document. In the depot it is possible to have a separate excise invoice at line item level.

    Enter the internal document number of the excise invoice sent by the factory.

    Choose More documents to go the excise invoice details screen.

    Enter the internal document number of the excise invoice from the factory.

    The system copies the information to the line item (for example, the excise invoice number, the excise invoice date, the item number , the chapter ID, the excise invoice quantity, the amount of excise duty paid, the excise base value, and the serial number of the Part II register entry with which the excise was paid).

    You can change the receipt quantity to match the actual quantity received at the depot, if necessary. The system automatically adjusts the excise accordingly.

    Go back to the item details screen.

    Save the excise invoice.

    Creating Excise Invoices for Direct Purchases:

    From the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Indirect Taxes --- Procurement -

    -


    Excise Invoice -

    -


    For Depot -

    -


    Create/Change/Display.

    In the Material document field, enter the goods receipt number and choose .

    The system displays the information from the goods receipt, for example, the sending plant, the excise registration, the range, the division, and the collectorate.

    You can also maintain the excise registration details for the ship-from party, as for with the vendor. The ship-from can be different from the vendor code. (The delivering plant can be maintained as a ship-from in the system. When a valid ship-from is entered, the excise registration details copied from the vendor will be overwritten by the ship-from excise registration details.)

    The ship-from registration details displayed can also be overwritten manually.

    The dealer's commercial invoice number can be stored in the vendor excise invoice number, as in this case the dealer himself will not have an excise invoice.

    Choose Details.

    The system copies the items from the goods receipt document. It also copies the vendor's excise invoice number and the serial numbers of the entries in the RG 23A, RG 23C, and personal ledger account (PLA) registers.

    Enter the internal document number of the excise invoice sent by the factory.

    Select an item and choose More documents to go the excise invoice details screen.

    In the case of direct purchases, there will not be any excise invoice in the system, so leave the internal document field blank. The vendor's invoice will show the details of the excise invoices through which excise has been paid for the item that is being dispatched. You can enter these details here.

    For each item, the chapter ID, excise base value, and excise duty amounts are defaulted from the purchase order. You can change them if there is any difference. Enter the excise amount paid and the receipt quantity. You also enter the Part II register serial numbers with which the excise duty was paid and the excise registration information from the original excise invoice.

    Go back to the item details screen.

    Save the excise invoice.

    The system creates an entry in register RG 23D. You can change the excise invoice as long as it has not been used in any sales.

    Creating Additional Excise Entries at Depots:

    From the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Indirect Taxes -

    -


    Procurement -

    -


    Excise Invoice -

    -


    For Depot -

    -


    Additional Excise Entry at Depot.

    In the Internal exc. inv. no. field, enter the internal excise invoice number at the depot along with the year, and choose .

    The system displays the information from the excise invoice which has already been created at the depot, including the excise group, vendor excise invoice number, ship from, and all the receipt against that excise invoice, highlighting the RG 23D folio and serial numbers.

    An excise invoice item can have multiple A certificates attached to it. The A certificates will have the same folio number as the original line item, but the serial numbers will be different. A hierarchy icon differentiates the additional lines for an item line.

    You can maintain the A certificate number, date, and additional BED, AED ,SED and CESS for a given RG 23D Folio.

    After entering an A certificate you cannot delete the A certificate from the system, but you can change it until it is picked up during removals from the depot.

    If some of the values in an A certificate are incorrect, you can make the values zero so that they do not have an impact on the final excise value.

    Once an A certificate is used for removals then it cannot be changed.

    Save additional excise entry.

    The system creates an entry in register RG 23D. Folio number generation must be active for you to make use of this supplementary invoice functionality at depot.

    Assigning Excise Invoices to a Delivery

    Use

    You follow this procedure to specify which excise invoices are to be assigned to a delivery from a depot (or other material document).

    You can also automate this procedure, using the batch selection program (J_1IJCHK), by making the appropriate Customizing settings in the Country Version India (CIN) Implementation Guide (IMG).

    Procedure:

    From the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Indirect Taxes --- Sales/Outbound Movements -

    -


    Excise Invoice -

    -


    For Depot --- Create/Change/Display -

    -


    Delivery or Material Document -

    -


    RG 23D Selection.

    Enter the delivery document number or the material number and choose .

    Select the excise invoice you want.

    Choose .

    Choose Excise invoice.

    A list of excise invoices appears. These are the excise invoices at the depot with a balance quantity.

    The system also shows a list of the A certificates that can be used. You can pick up any of the A certificates, but they must be for the same excise invoice. You can only pick up an A certificate in its entirety. You cannot select part of an A certificate.

    Select the excise invoices that are relevant to the delivery.

    Specify what quantity to be used from each excise invoice.

    The system recalculates the excise accordingly.

    Go back to the item details screen.

    Save the data.

    Verifying and Posting Excise Invoices Assigned to Delivery

    Use

    You follow this procedure to verify that the correct excise invoices have been assigned to a delivery. If everything is correct, you can then post the delivery.

    Prerequisites

    You have selected which excise invoices are to be assigned to the delivery and have posted the goods issue.

    Procedure:

    From the SAP Easy Access screen, choose Indirect Taxes --- Sales/Outbound Movements -

    -


    Excise Invoice -

    -


    For Depot ® Create/Change/Display --- Delivery or Material Document --- Verify/Post.

    Enter the number of the delivery that you want to verify and choose .

    Make sure that the information is correct.

    Save the data.

    The system updates the posting flag in the RG 23D register.

    This will give u a clear picture of Depot Sales

    Kindly refer the link below for more details

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_47x200/helpdata/en/4c/a83df615b611d4b5b3006094b9ec21/frameset.htm

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