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CESS field is not coming in ARE1 Form

Dear All

We are implementing SAP ECC 6 EHP 5 in sugar industry.I have face on problem while doing the deemed ,export process.

Here for sugar we have four excise elements such as

BED

Dev Cess

Edu cess

SHE cess

up to exicse invoice creation all the excise elements are coming correctly.But when i am creating the ARE 1 form for export process the DEV cess is not getting copied into the ARE 1 form.\

Kindly help me to resolve the problem.

regards

Rohit

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Aug 06, 2012 at 03:02 AM

    Hi,

    Go to SPRO --> IMG --> Logistic general --> Tax on Goods Movements --> India --> Business Transactions --> Outgoing Excise Invoices --> Maintain Default Excise Groups and Series Groups

    Check settings S.org D.ch Div Ship point Plant Excise group Series group and Export.

    If you put as Deemed export in Export column means change it into Export under Letter of taking after that try. it may come Because same issue also faced by me for aluminium deemed export of ARE generation then I changed settings as above mentioned now it is working fine

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      Then you have to check Forms tracking development. These forms are all not SAP standard solution this will be developed SAP Certified partner Collabera or etc., For our company it was developed by Collabera, we can do all changes according as per our requirement. Check with your ABAPer.

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