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Error in updating condition table 372

Hello,

While saving Excise Invoice I am facing error 'Error in updating condition table 372'.Could you please solve this probelm?

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    Posted on Jun 29, 2009 at 09:37 AM

    Check with your access sequnece and table, if table is assigned with different then correct it and maintain table 372.

    you can search in forum for more details , for ur Info check the below threads discussed by others.

    excise-invoice

    error-updating-the-table-condition-table-372-in-j1

    error-updating-table-372

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  • Posted on Jan 01, 2014 at 04:59 AM

    Dear All,

    I done this--by doing some configuration changes.

    Normally while doing Exports we are tempted to use the same sales area and accordingly we may give the combination of excise grp+series grp+export type in IMG>>>Logistics General>>>India>>>Business transactions>>>Outgoing excise invoices>>>Maintain default excise groups and series groups.

    Once after removing the export type to your sales area combination--system will show this error--and we cannot even post the Excise invoices.(J1IIN)

    I tried in my IDES--that with export type(Ex.Export under Bond)--with this assignment--i am able to post my excise invoices.

    Once after removing this assignment of export type--again i am getting this error.

    Actually i am not even aware why it is happening--almost after two months of struggle--i find this.

    (i feel it is in the same way that we cannot even open/See a sales order by deleting sales group which was created&used previously)

    i am sharing this because somebody may get a little help with my thread.

    Mark this if helpful--there by others can easily find this thread.

    Phanikumar

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