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Table Containing Commodity/Tariff Codes for Customs Documents

Hello,

I am trying to do a report but have trouble with finding the table that contains the commodity/tariff codes for customs documents. We have a process for non-stock materials and the classification is maintained in the document since there is no product master. Technically, there is but it is a generic material number. So the material is not classified in the product master.

So, in order to report these particular exports, I need to find where the maintained commodity/tariff code is stored.

Can someone tell me? And how to link to /SAPSLL/CUIT?

Thank you in advance.

Dean.

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    Posted on Jan 14, 2013 at 11:39 AM

    Hi Dean,

    Select from table /SAPSLL/CORCTS with GUID_POBJ = /SAPSLL/CUIT-GUID_CUIT and POBJT = 'O2' (note: letter O, not zero). If no entry, then select from table /SAPSLL/CORCTSC instead. If multiple Numbering Schemes are assigned (e.g. Commodity Codes and Tariff Codes), then you'll need to choose according to the Scheme (field STCTS).

    From the selected entry, use field GUID_CTSNUM to select from table /SAPSLL/CTSNUM, and field CCNGN should contain the Commodity/Tariff Code.

    You can determine the Numbering Scheme from table /SAPSLL/TLEGSU, based on the Legal Regulation, Date, and type of scheme. I'll leave you to work out the details there.

    Regards,
    Dave

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    Posted on Jan 14, 2013 at 04:56 AM

    Hello Dean,

    Can you please try using /sapsll/cuit with /sapsll/prcts-Product GUID and GUID of commodity code.

    You can fetch product from /sapsll/cuit and use it in /sapsll/prcts.

    If needed, you may use /sapsll/pntpr.

    Please let us know if it was useful.

    Regards

    Dhilipan

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