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additional/suplimentary unit of measure for Intrastat

Hi!

I am trying to generate the Intrastat declaration.

I have a problem; i am using an commodity code with suplimentary unit of measure p/st. But I cannot define the unit of measure p/st in SAP because the maximum lenght for unit of measure is three characters.

There should be a table BNADDM in SAP where suplimentary unit of measure exists. But this table in empty im my system.

How can I configure unit of measure p/st in SAP in order to add it to commodity code configuration?

Thanks,

Marcel

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    Posted on Jan 04, 2010 at 10:41 AM

    ROMANIA

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  • Posted on Jan 04, 2010 at 10:18 AM

    p/st is the long description for your unit of measure. you have to define a unit in CUNI with any possible 3 digit code.

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    Posted on Jan 04, 2010 at 10:30 AM

    Hi!

    I tried to do that; but in the .xml file that I generate for Intrastat declaration then the system brings the 3 character code defined for p/st. And if in the .xml file it doesn't appear p/st, the file cannot be processed; the legal entities that process my file cannot import it their application. They told my that it should be p/st there.

    If I do as you said, I must correct manually the .xml file.

    Thanks,

    Marcel

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