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How to reverse the Excise Invoice captured at J1IEX

Hi Gurus,

I have made GR (101- Only Part I Entry) for a PO. Then I captured and posted the excise invoice at J1IEX. After that i did reversal (102). Now i want to cancel the Excise invoice which i captured initially against 101. Please suggest me how to Proceed.

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    Posted on Jun 17, 2008 at 09:08 AM

    Hi Manjunath,

    As you have already done 102 for MIGO now can the Excise Invoice thats it.

    Go to J1IEX and select the A05 Cancel Category and cancel the document.

    If you have any further doubts please let me know.

    Reg,

    Ashok

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    • Hi Manjunath,

      You might have not followed the procedure correctly.

      System wont ask anything while cancelling the Excise Invoice Document.

      Once you Post the J1IEX Vendor excise invoice the Register RG23 A Part II will be updated and following entries made

      RG23 A Part II Debited

      CENVAT Clearing Account Credited

      Cancelling Excise Invoice means Reversing the CENVAT Clearing Account Credit Which is availed.

      I Suggest you First cancel the Related GR Document with 102 mov type.

      Then go to J1IEX select A05 Cancel Category and Vendor Excise invoice the Select the Vendor Excise invoice no. and post the document.

      Revert back if not solved.

      Reg,

      Ashok

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