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Exise Transaction type and Document Type for part 2 record created by J2iun

Hi All ,

We utilized available credit of SERVICE TAX (HCESS and ECESS) and CENVAT (of both RG23A and RG23C) credit against payable SERVICE TAX ( ECESS and HCESS).

At the time of save , system has generated accounting document.I have checked generated accounting document which is perfect.Here the document type selected by the system is ED.

But when I check corresponding part2 entry (in table J_1IPART2) there system has not updated any value in fields Exise Transaction Type (TT) and document Type while internal document and Financial Year are updated with 0 value.

I am not sure if system behaves in the same way for J2IUN generated PART-2 entry.

I need your help to understand it.

Regards

Shrey

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  • Posted on Oct 13, 2008 at 09:35 AM

    Hi,

    There is not any transaction type for Excise Utilization and determining the accounts of the fortnightly utilization.

    The credit account of the transaction type u2018DLFCu2018 is used as the debit account here. For the credit side we pick the debit accounts from the GRPO, EWPO and TR6C transactions.

    This is the reason system only generates a Part II Serial No and updates in table.

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  • Posted on Oct 13, 2008 at 09:43 AM

    Thx pankaj ....

    Does it mean that PART 2 record created by J2IUN will not have Transaction Type and Document Type. Moreover the internal document number and financial yr are appearing as zero on that record.

    Is that stanadard one ?

    Regards

    Shrey

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  • Posted on Nov 03, 2008 at 01:21 PM

    thx

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