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Ecess and Scess value is not posting in G/L a/c after uttilization

Dear all,

I have a problem while i am doing export sales, when i want to get excise invoice through factory sales ( J1IIN), in the initial screen i am getting the value of the ecess and Schess which is there in the billing . But after i click on the utilization button

and when i select " No bond" i could not able to get the Ecess and Schess value in the excise invoice . only i am getting the BED value .

After posting i am able to get only the posting of BED but not the Ecess and Schess

i have even check the " Specify G/L account per Excise Transcation " the relevant G/L account was maintained.

then in " maintain excise Regestration" Liable to AT1 it is ticked

the accounting entry which is coming is

Excise duty PD Cr: "XXXXX"

Excise BEd account DR. "XXXX"

it should be

Excise Duty Pd Cr "XXXXX"

Excise Bed paybale DR "XXXX"

Excise Eces paybaleDR"XXXX"

Excise Schess payable DR"XXXX"

Kindly suggest how to go about it



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    Posted on Oct 31, 2010 at 03:59 AM

    dear all, i closed this problem by putting the user exist "duty inexport" and pass the field suppress_calculation as "x"

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