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While creating import GR ,system is not saving commercial invoice number

Hi,

While creating import GR ,system is not saving commercial invoice number in database table.

Is there any enhancement or sap note to solve this isssue?

Regards,

Madhu.

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    Posted on Apr 28, 2008 at 07:13 AM

    Hi,

    I don't get exact your query, but in general.

    1.Do the MIRO for customs - planned del.costs:note this Invoice no.If no.ranges not available, maintain them by FBN1.

    2.While doing the MIGO, System should ask the invoice no, then enter the above invoice no.

    It should work.

    Regards

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  • Posted on Apr 28, 2008 at 07:27 AM

    Hi,

    please follow the process as told u will not have any errors.

    1. create import PO with all the duties. But here there are some duties which are supposed to be paid to the customs. so we select the condition type and click on conditiondetail icon and here we enter the Customs vendor number and save the PO.

    2. if release of PO is there release

    3. then invoice is made with customs vendor by selecting planned delivery costs in the options on the right of the screen... The number generated here will be ur Commercial invoice number which you enter while doing J1IEX_C and GR

    4.Then capture excise invoice J1IEX_C

    5. Then do a GR with PO

    6. Then post excise invoice J1IEX_P

    7. Then again do a envoice with the same PO number but select Goods/Service Items on the right.

    This is the procedure to be followed for import cycle in CIN

    Thanks & regards,

    Kiran

    Edited by: Kiran. V on Apr 28, 2008 9:30 AM

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