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Transfer Billing Documents to Complicance Module of GTS from R/3

Hi Team,

In my organization we are implementing GTS-Compliance Module and having a requirement where Invoice(Billing Documents) needs to SPL and Embargo checking.

As part of standard GTS, Invoices will get transferred to Customs module but not to Compliance and SPL & Embargo check will be take care with incompletion check.

Current Implementation we are not implementing Customs module but needed SPL and Embargo checks for invoice like Sales, PO and Delivery documents.

Requesting your suggestions to achieve this functionality to fulfill the business requirement.

Regards, Hansik

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  • Posted on Dec 21, 2017 at 04:38 PM

    Hi Hansik,

    Since a very recent version of SAP GTS (10.0 or 10.1), you can have compliance checks on Customs Export declarations.

    Even if you are not using Customs Management, you could still integrate the Invoice in order to get a Customs Export declaration created in SAP GTS that will be checked by Compliance but never sent (electronically) to customs.

    But, what's the reason business is willing to check invoices for Compliance ? Have you implemented OSS note 579357 in order to avoid reaching the invoice stage in case a compliance block is found earlier in the process ? What will happen in case the invoice is checked by Compliance and it gets blocked?


    Mouaz BEN REDJEB

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