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excise part in return delivery

Dear all,

Please look into this scenario.

We received a material whose payment was done to vendor and excise invoice was also posted so total cycle was complete.

now we wanted to return that material to vendor. so i created return Purchase order and did goods receipt with ref to that return PO with movement type 161.

now i posted credit memo to vendor that included total material price + excise amount + VAT amount.

so vendor account was debited and excise and VAT account was credited.

Now after this if i try to cancel the excise invoice of vendor by j1iex, system is giving me this error..

Excise invoice 42515 2008 has already been posted for vendor 22100571

Message no. 4F107

Please tell me where am i wrong? please tell me how to complete the cycle.

regards,

rewards for sure...

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    Posted on Aug 04, 2008 at 07:03 AM

    hi

    after doing migo161 You have to only capture part -1 in this case, after that u have to do J1IS post excise invoice and then credit memo as u do

    regards

    kunal

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    Posted on Aug 04, 2008 at 06:56 AM

    Hi,

    If you are doing Goods return you have to create excise invoice in J1IS transaction, no need to cancel the posted excise invoice.You have to sent along with the goods. After creating excise invoice post credit memo.

    Can tell me how much quantity you ordered initially and finally and how much qty you returned through 161 movement type?

    Hope its clear still if u hve queries let me know.

    reg

    Durga

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