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foreing trade configuration

Dear All,

Can anybody guide me how to configure foreign trade business process step by step since it is a requirement for my client.If anybody worked on scenario please send me any documentation to my mail id :manupatikumar13@yahoo.co.in.

Thanks in advance

Kumar

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 06:23 AM

    hi

    Make small search in sdn

    refer link below

    http://www.the-arcon.com/sapbooks.html

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  • Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 06:52 AM

    dear manupati

    FOREIGN TRADE:

    Listed below are the areas of Customizing you need to check to ensure you have fully maintained the foreign trade master data, check objects, and proposal objects. Because the system’s defaults depend on settings in Customizing, the more fully you maintain this data, the more complete the data in the purchasing and sales documents will be, and the more efficient the system will be to use.

    You can access the Implementation Guide (IMG) to customize your area of interest via your project from the SAP standard menu by choosing Tools ® AcceleratedSAP ® Customizing ® Edit Project. In the IMG for R/3 Customizing, make entries in the appropriate items in the checklist below to ensure that the Foreign Trade application component is prepared for use.

    Checklist

    this checklist applies to configuring objects for both inward and outward processing.

    Number range

    Sales and Distribution ® Foreign Trade/Customs ® Define Number Ranges

    Commodity codes and import code numbers

    Sales and Distribution ® Foreign Trade/Customs ® Basic Data for Foreign Trade ® Define Commodity Codes/Import Code Numbers by Country

    Procedure

    Definition

    Sales and Distribution ® Foreign Trade/Customs ® Basic Data for Foreign Trade ® Define Procedures and Default Value ® Define Procedure

    Sales and Distribution (SD) default value

    Sales and Distribution ® Foreign Trade/Customs ® Basic Data for Foreign Trade ® Define Procedures and Default Value ® Define Procedure Default

    Materials Management (MM) default value

    You maintain this value in the purchasing info record on the Purch. org. data 1 (Purchasing organization data 1) screen (see Foreign Trade Data in Master Records).

    Business transaction type

    Definition

    Sales and Distribution ® Foreign Trade/Customs ® Basic Data for Foreign Trade ® Define Business Transaction Types and Default Value ® Define Business Types

    SD default value

    Sales and Distribution ® Foreign Trade/Customs ® Basic Data for Foreign Trade ® Define Procedures and Default Value ® Define Default Business Type (SD)

    MM default value

    Sales and Distribution ® Foreign trade ® Basic data for foreign trade ® Define business transaction types and default value ® Define default business transaction type (MM) (Table T604)

    Mode of transport

    Definition

    Sales and Distribution ® Foreign Trade/Customs ® Transportation Ddata ® Define Modes of Transport

    MM default value

    Maintained in the vendor master on the Purchasing data screen (see Foreign Trade Data in Master Records)

    Customs offices

    Definition

    Sales and Distribution ® Foreign trade ® Transportation Data ® Define Customs Offices

    MM default value

    Maintained in the vendor master on the Purchasing data screen (see Foreign Trade Data in Master Records)

    Control of import data screens

    Sales and Distribution ® Foreign Trade/Customs ® Control Foreign Trade Data in MM and SD Documents ® Import Screens in Purchasing Document

    Countries

    General Settings ® Set Countries ® Define Countries

    Currencies

    General Settings ® Currencies ® Enter Exchange Rates

    rewards pls

    siva

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