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CIN Details for Export Customers

Dear Sirs,

I need to make excise invoice for export customers. To make excise invoice, I need to maintain CIN Details of customers in J1id. But, for export customers, these details are not available.

Can you pl suggest the way out.


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    Posted on Nov 03, 2008 at 08:18 AM

    Dear rajni

    Yes even for export customers, you should maintain the customer code in J1ID. Since ED and tax is not applicable for export customers, in your pricing procedure, have these condition types as statistical so that in billing document, the net value will not change and simultaneously, the respective values will flow in excise invoice.


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    Posted on Nov 03, 2008 at 08:02 AM


    in j1id u can mention the CIN detailsof any customer....Export details of the customer should be capture in the customer master data....

    so when u create sales order delivery and billing and excise invoice....export related details will be picked from Customer master data while excise values will be picked from J1id or record as u customized them..

    i hope this will answer ur ques..

    in case of any query do revert back..



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      hi rajni...

      export customer will have all these export can be of different types

      export under bond in which exporter is exempted from the ED ( value of exemptions apears in BOnd)

      export where excise duty is payable..(in case of some chemicals)

      so whatever process u r taking care of....those details must be applicable for exporter and need to filled in J1id

      do revert if any issues..



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