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Regarding Annexure 19

As we are generating Annexure-19 Report at one of our client.

This is applicable once export is done. After the creation of ARE-1 form and given to customs, once the goods is moved out of country, i.e., cleared from customs and they send a Shipping Bill were in date of ‘Pass for shipment order by Customs’ known as LET No. (which says goods is moved out of country) will be sent to the respective customer who had exported the goods.

The issue is regarding where to maintain this LET No. in SAP so that it should reflect in Annexure-19 report in Part II section where in its shows the details of Proof of export received for earlier quarter(s).

I/p's will be of great help.

With Regards,


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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 08:49 AM

    Dear Vijayashree

    Yes you are right, in SAP, there is no specific field to update LetExports date. Not only LetExports data, but other export shipment datas like Port of Loading, Port of Discharge etc., you cannot update in SAP.

    My suggestion would be to make use of some fields in Delivery which you are not utilizing (like in "Loading" and "Shipment" tabs) and maintain the LetExports details there.

    Meanwhile ask your ABABer to update this data in "Annexure 19" through some user exit.


    G. Lakshmipathi

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    • Former Member Lakshmipathi Ganesan

      Dear Laxmipathi,

      J1IA101 is for ARE1 creation/display/post/cancel/update purpose and same transaction or J1IA103 is for ARE3 ie., Deemed Exports Doc creation.

      After the creation of Excise Invoice in J1IIN u give this excise invoice no. in J1IA101 & create ARE1 Doc, which is sent to customs.

      Hope you have worked on Indian Scenarios (Exports) & sorry for correcting too.

      With Regards,


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