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Excise duties not determing in ARE-3 for DEEMED exports

Dear SD CIN Experts,

In Deemed Exports process after creating Deemed export excise invoice with that reference I am Creating ARE-3 Documents But the excise duties are not determing in ARE-3 Document.

Values are properly determing In Export Excise Invoice

Please let me know what could be the reason and where i am doing the mistake.

Regards

Supriya

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    Posted on Dec 22, 2008 at 04:30 PM

    Dear Supriya,

    Check the following:

    1. Check whether you are able to see Excise Base Values in Deemed Export.

    2. If you are using Tax Procedure TAXINN check whether you are using standard access sequence JEXC for all your excise condition types.

    2. Check whether you have maintained condition record for table 357 in VK11.

    3. You have to classify excise condition types for both JINFAC and your pricing procedure.

    If the above settings is ok. Then you would be able see duty values in ARE1 document. Also check the Latest SAP notes in service marktet place.

    Regards

    MBS

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      Dear Supriya,

      Please check the following:

      1.The excise Conditions should have the access sequence JEXC. Example if you are using JEXP-BED, JECS-ECS and JA1X-SeCess. All these conditions are percentage conditions and should have the access sequence maintained as JEXC in V/06.

      2. Yes, I agree that after maintaining condition record the values will flow to excise invoice, But for ARE3 document, the excise values will flow from condition records maintained for the table 357 in VK11.

      357 here I mean the access table in the access sequence JEXC which has the Key combination of County/Plant/control code.

      3. Check all your excise condition are classified correctly for JINFAC and ZCEPL. Example:

      If you are using JEXP -BED percentage condition types and JEXT total condition type in your pricing procedure. Then classify this as belwo

      JINFAC JEXP A/R BED Perc

      JINFAC JEXT A/R BED Total

      ZCEPL JEXP A/R BED Perc

      ZCEPL JEXT A/R BED Total

      Still duty values does not reflect then check all the SAP NOTES related to ARE3 document are there in system.

      Regards

      MBS

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