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invoice correct process

Hi friends,

i am working with cin,my client asked me for retro billing and i configured so that system creating either credit memo/debit memo for price difference.but the problem is while taking printout it showing all excise with zero value.so anyone please explain me the right procedure.

Regards,

balaji

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    Posted on Dec 13, 2011 at 10:29 AM

    Take assiatance of ABAPer in your team to check in form used for print.

    If excise values are not reflecting in doc the, you can refer follow link for reference/understanding,

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    Regards

    JP

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    • but my doubt is whether we have to reverse the excise duty to customer

      Once an excise duty is paid to Government, you can take it for granted that you cannot recover that amount whatsover the circumstances be. So it is upto the client to take a decision whether the amount be credited or debited to their end customer

      G. Lakshmipathi

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    Posted on Dec 13, 2011 at 10:26 AM

    Dear Balaji,

    First check whether those conditions are determined in vf01.if yes,

    then check the condition values in print preview,if not showing check the process logic you given to the abaper to fetch the condition values from the tables.

    Thank you,

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