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Adobe forms - SAD continuation forms in GTS

Hi,

There is something called SAD continuation form. Can anyone please explain how this form is handled in GTS system? Is there any existing standard adobe forms for this. Please help me in this. I need to create a custom form for it. When there are more number of line items, then this form should be filled. How

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Thivya

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    Posted on Nov 12, 2009 at 08:18 AM

    Hi,

    the SAD Forms are "old" Customs Declaration Forms of the European Union.

    SAD means "Single Administrative Document" - in GTS are a couple of SAD forms for every GTS-supported EU-country.

    Since the electronic cusoms declaration is compulsory, the SAD Forms are not longer used. But some EU country have an exception that the paper form can still be used.

    In case the electronic customs systems are down or there is any communication issue - you have to follow the business contingency plan, which is different in detail for each country but in generall it means a paper based customs declatation.

    Therefore you have to use the EPAS - Form in GTS (at least thats the rule in Germany).

    hope that helps!

    regards,

    Ralf

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    Posted on Nov 11, 2009 at 02:00 PM

    Hello Thivya,

    what do you mean under continuation document?

    Newest necessary documents are EPAS documents.

    /SAPSLL/PF_EU_EPAS_*

    Have you checked in transaction SFP form /SAPSLL/PF_EU_SAD?

    Best regards,

    Gabriel.

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