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Issue in Excise Invoice

HI Experts,

I have created a delivery for 100 qty and later on created 5 proforma invoices and 5 excise invoices

after that i have created a commercial invoice . Now the system is allowing me to create the excise invoice again with reference to commercial Invoice actually it shouldn't

regards

SAP SD

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    Posted on Jul 17, 2010 at 03:42 AM

    Hi

    I am able to create a 2 excise invoices for a single delivery.

    First i have created a Proforma invoice and Excise invoice.

    Later on i have created a Commercial Invocie F2 and i am able to create the excise invoice once again.

    Is it the standard behaiviour.

    regards

    SAP SD

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  • Posted on Oct 08, 2010 at 06:10 AM

    Hi there,

    When you do an export scenario, its a standard procedure in SAP to bill the delievered goods in both billing types ie: proforma invoice and export invoice. As you know, proforma invoice data will not generate any accounting informations. Its only a proof that we divulge to the customs authorities. To make accounting entries for an export delivery, we need to create an export invoice. Thats why, SAP allows the delivery number to be taken in both proforma and export billing types. Hope its clear for you.

    regards

    John

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