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Document not found. Excise posting not done or document is archived.

Hi,

I have created an order, delivery and billing document. Billing doc has been released to accounting. However though the accounting doc has been generated, the excise invoice is not generated and also BED, EDCESS & VAT amount not disable. When I was doing the Excise invoice (T code: j1iin) I got the following error

Modvat utilization done already for XXXXXX of Delivery No: XXXXX

Message no. 8I446

Diagnosis

Modvat utilization done already for mentioned billing document

Procedure

Check the billing document entered

If I click on display button after that I got error like

Document not found. Excise posting not done or document is archived.

Message no. 8I301

Diagnosis

The entered document number could not be found either because it is not

correct or the document has been archived

Procedure

Please check the entered document number

Plz help me what cud be the reason for that.

Regards

LVK

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  • Posted on Dec 19, 2008 at 07:03 AM

    Dear LVK

    Go to SE16, input Table J_1IEXCHDR and execute. There input the excise invoice number and execute. Check whether system is showing a document. Alternatively, without giving any data in the above table, just give the excise invoice date and execute. Check whether the said excise invoice is stored in the table.

    thanks

    G. Lakshmipathi

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