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Assigning Feeder System Document in GTS

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Please let me know if anyone else has faced this situation before. In the GTS Customs Management, I am assiging the Logical System, and R/3 docs of the Application MM0A and MM0C to the GTS Docs (GTS SPRO>IMG>SAP GLOBAL TRADE SERVICES>SAP CUSTOMS MANAGEMENT>GENERAL SETTINGS>DOCUMENT STRUCTURE>ASSIGNMENT OF DOCUMENT TYPES FROM FEEDER SYSTEM>ASSIGN DOCUMENT TYPE AT FEEDER SYSTEM LEVEL). First time System accepts the values and saves it. When I re-enter into the transaction I would not see any entries and if I try to re-enter the values, System gives me an error message "An entry already exists with the same key". Kind of strange as I am not able to see those so called existing entries and again it is also not allowing me to re-enter the values. Please let me know if I am missing something.

The entries are getting saved and can be seen for application MM0B though.

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 02:06 PM

    In Customs Management, only certain processes are relevant. In the case of imports it is MM0B (Goods Receipt) and in the case of exports, it is SD0C (Proforma Invoice after the delivery document is created).

    Logically, these are the drivers for Customs processing. As MM0A & MM0C are not relevant, the same is not getting displayed in the configuration table. The reason for getting the error message is due to the entries available in the underlying configuation table. If you need to delete the entries, use transaction SM30.

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