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invoce archieved automatically after ARE1 settings

hello gurus

after the ARE1 settinfgs my excise invoice is automatically archived

i cant understand why the document is automatically archived

and i can see it inVF02

after creating the invoce its giving one message that excise invoice is generated but and the billing no its giving

but wen i want to see that invoice its automatically archived

i have three sales area

and i m getting this error in this export sales only

please help

subrat

subratpanda23@gmail.com

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    Posted on Nov 19, 2007 at 08:12 AM

    Hi,

    I do not think the billing document is archived, I think the billing document is not updated in the data base. Are you getting any update termination when you post the billing document. Normally when you have the automatic excise invoice creation activated during billing then the update termination may occur due to the number ranges were not maintained in excise in that case the system will show that that the billing is generated but immediately it will also show the update has been terminated.

    So you will have to maintain the Excise number ranges for the objects J_1IINTPR2,J_1IEXCLOC,J_1IINTNUM and try the transaction.

    Regards,

    Murali

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  • Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 05:52 AM

    Hi,

    Just remove the tick in check box of automatic creation of excise invoice it will work

    regards

    bvdv

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