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Dear Friend,

I am sorry but I am really confuse about export sale, Humble request you to guide me. Somebody is saying we need to add excise conditon types in the JINEXP whereas others are telling it is nto required.

As you know std pricing procedure for export sale is JINEXP.

This procedure is having only PR00, JFRE,JINS,JZBV. Shall we use this procedure for export sale.

If we use this then how excise duty would be calculated (since we don't have excise condition types in this procedure)

Do we create different sale,delivery and billing document type for factory and export sale?

please explain configurations including pricing procedure for export sale under bond.

Thanks in advance

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    Dec 18, 2008 at 03:58 AM

    Dear Shiv

    You can have the excise condition types as statistical in your pricing procedure so that while creating excise invoice referencing the billing document, the respective value will be copied to excise invoice also.

    For more information on Exports under Bond, check some of these threads

    [SEcess value not flowing in Exports under bond- J1iin|secess-value-not-flowing-in-exports-under-bond-j1i]

    [ARE1 procedure for exports under bond|are1-procedure-for-exports-under-bond]

    [Export process india |export-process-india]

    [ARE1 creation without refernce Bond |are1-creation-without-refernce-bond-no]

    thanks

    G. Lakshmipathi

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    Dec 18, 2008 at 04:23 AM

    Dear Shiv,

    If I am not wrong, I think I have answered to your earlier querry related to this. Any way Let me brief you again,

    PLEASE GO THROUGH THE REPLY VERY THOROUGHLY

    If you are using tax procedure TAXINJ then you have two options:

    1. You can maintain excise condition type in your pricing procedure as statistical. In this scenario there will not be any accounting entries created during posting the document to FI. While creating excise invoice duty values will reflect in the excise invoice.

    2. You need not have excise condition types in your pricing procedure, you can have only PR00 and UTXJ condition types.

    In this scenario till billing there will not be any excice duties. But while creating the excise invoice and after selecting the excise invoice type in excise invoice i.e, BOND/NO BOND/LOUT and click on calculate tax push button under utilization screen system will bring the duty values with help of UTXJ and the percentage you have maintained in J1ID.

    If you are using tax procedure TAXINN then follow the below process:

    You have to have excise condition types maintained in pricing procedure as statitical. and you have to maintain condition record in VK11.Please note that if want the excise duty values to flow to ARE1 you have to maintain condition record for table A357. Your excise condition should have the access sequence as JEXC. Also you have to classify the excise condition types for JINFAC as well as for your pricing procedure say for example JINEXP under CIN customizing under Classify condition types.

    Regarding:

    Do we create different sale,delivery and billing document type for factory and export sale?

    For your kind information, It is again depends upon clients requirement as to have same document type as of factory sales or different for export sale. If you have same document types then you have the option to determine the pricing procedue based on the 'customer pricing procedure' maintained in the customer master record whether to export or domestic.

    Just to add one more line. You can have different document type too and there is no harm in that.

    Let me know whether you are satisfied with this reply. If you have any further querry let me know, so that I will clear it.

    Regards

    MBS

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi..

      1. Check for the above mentioned condition types you have maintained condition record or not!!!

      2. Check for these condition types you have activated MANUAL indicator in the Pricing Procedure. If you have marked Either you have to maintain condition record manually or you have to deactivate it and run a fresh sales cycle.

      Regards

      MBS

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    Jul 28, 2010 at 04:42 PM

    Hi muralidhar,

    I went thru yr replies on export sales. I have a typical situation with my client. Currently I have configured common pricing procedure for domestic and exports as part of the global template and distribution channel is also same for domestic and exports. I understand that export condition types are supposed to be statistical so that accounting is not done at billing and export invoice level. in my case I have used the function module to supress excise duties while preparing excise invoice so there is no accounting then. but as accounting is done at billing level for the excise conditions is there a way to nullify the GL of excise suspense account hit during billing.

    Alternatively, is there a way to control condition types in the common pricing procedure thru standard requirement specific to India CIN for exports.

    Do let me know of any solution other than separating pricing.

    regards,

    Sonal

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