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error while creating excise invoice J1IIN

Hi all,

I am into an implementation project where I am configuring CIN for Factory sale with Excise. I have gone through all the setting and done it according to the documents available. But while creating out going excise invoice (J1IIN) system giving an error "Customization for sub transaction type is missing in table excise accounts". I dont want to use a sub transaction type as there is not much variation in scenario here. However I created a new sub transaction type (SPRO Logistic gen Tax on goods mov -India basic setting maintain sub transaction type) and assigned it Transaction type (SPRO Logistic gen Tax on goods mov -India AC determination -specify excise account per excise transaction) and G/L (SPRO Logistic gen Tax on goods mov -India AC determination -specify G/L ac per excise transaction). But still the same problem is keep coming. Also I have tried making this sub transaction type as default (SPRO Logistic gen Tax on goods mov -India business transaction outgoing excise invoice--- maintain default excise grp and series grp). but the issue remains unresolved.

More over while doing J1IIN i have also tried selecting the sub transaction type from drop down list but the list is empty and the massage displayed is "No values found"

kindly help,

BKR

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  • Posted on Apr 25, 2011 at 11:19 AM

    Hi,

    Please check whether your Excise Transaction Type Is DLFC or not.

    Regards,

    Phani Prasad

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