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Connecting Non SAP system to GTS

Dear all

We have to connect a non SAP-system to GTS 8.0 for customs management.

Our developer asked me now if I can provide him an overview of data element structures where the fields are stored in GTS for the transactional data?

Does anybody has an idea, where he can find the structures for the transactional data?

Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Andreas

Edited by: Andreas Drees on Jul 15, 2009 4:45 PM

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    Posted on Jul 15, 2009 at 06:08 PM

    Hi Andreas,

    Header field detail you can check in table /sapsll/cuhd for a docuement form here you to take the the first GUID and go tto table

    /sapsll/cuit to get the item detail for the document. you to key in the GUID in the GUID CUHD field to get the item details.

    Not sure whether this answer your question.

    Kind Regards,

    Sameer

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      Hi Andreas,

      Also have your developer to look at the Customs BAdI in GTS named "/SAPSLL/CUHD_PROP". It contains the following methods:

      HEADER_DATA_PROPOSE (Propose Header Data for the Customs Shipment). You can use this method to have the system propose values for the fields at header level.

      ITEM_DATA_PROPOSE (Propose Item Data for the Customs Shipment or Customs Declaration). You can use this method to have the system propose values for the fields at item level.

      This BAdI works with the tables and field names that Sameer mentioned in his reply. It might help him or her determine how to build the interface.

      Cheers !

      -Greg

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