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J05 – Materials Management (New)
Building Block Configuration Guide

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SAP Best Practices

J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide

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SAP Best Practices

J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide

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.............3.....1 Creating Purchase Groups....4..................................3..................24 3...............32 3...............23 3...................3............................................5 Purchase Order: Defining Number ranges.........................................................................................................9 3......................10 3.9 3.....4 Request for Quotation and Quotation: Defining Document Types..........................1 Maintaining Company Code for Materials Management...............................4..34 3.....................................4......................10 Maintaining Access Sequence for Subcontracting Challan................3.......3...........8 Defining Screen Layout............................................9 1 Purpose...............................3...6 Maintaining Plant Parameters for Inventory Management.......................2 Defining Unit of Measurement Groups......................10 3......2 Purchase Requisition: Defining Document Types.................3.......15 3.........16 3.........9 Defining the Condition types..........26 3................................................................ Condition Tables....................9 2 Preparation.........................4..........................................................................9 2.. Access Sequence.....................3.....3 Defining Materials Groups..........................................................................37 3...........................1 Purchase Requisition: Defining Number Ranges.................48 3..............3 Materials Master and Inventory Management Settings....................44 3...............................................SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Contents Materials Management: Configuration Guide................3........................39 3.......26 3.45 3.................1 Organizational Elements...............................................................2 General Settings......................9 3................................................32 3....................................................33 3...................36 3......................4.....................9 Extension of Costing View to VERP Material Type...........43 3............13 Printer Determination by Plant / Storage Location............................6 Purchase Order: Define Document Types.3..................7 Setting Tolerance Limits for Goods Receipts................................................................................................................................................12 Maintaining Output Determination Procedure.......3.............................................................................................................................3 Request for Quotation and Quotation: Defining Number Ranges.2.......................................2..........46 3...............3.............16 3........................................39 3......................1.........4 Defining Product Hierarchy ..9 3 Materials Management Configuration.................................3.3..4........................................................................................4.........................................................4 Purchasing Settings............7 Purchase Order: Setting Tolerance Limits for Price Variances.................................................................................................................1 Prerequisites.................29 3.....................11 Maintaining Output Type for Subcontracting Challan........................49 © SAP AG Page 5 of 203 ......5 Defining Vendor Account group field selection..................................................................42 3...................................4......................................2 Defining Attributes of Material Types.........................1 Creation of Unit of Measurement ......40 3.........4.................8 Defining Screen Layout at Document Level.......35 3.............................................................18 3.............14 Maintaining Output Conditions Record..................................................................................................

..................................6.....73 3............4.......................................4.................5 Defining Valuation Class for HAWA.54 3.16 Defining Permissible Partner Roles per Account Group ..............73 3............................104 3......................7......6.................................8.............................................17 Defining Partner Schemas......4......68 3....14 Creating Output – Condition Records: Purchase Order..2 Activation of Material Requirement Planning.....................69 3.......................55 3...6......................50 3............................................................4..............59 3........15 Creating Output – Condition Records: Outline Agreement ..............................1 Maintaining Plant Parameters....................................82 3.......................................57 3..7...4............................................................................................................4......................................................................7 Configuring Price Change in Previous Period/Previous Year ....................................22 Unit of Measure Rounding Rules.......................................................................................70 3..........88 3.......5......................SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 3.................62 3..................3 Configuring How Unplanned Delivery Costs are Posted.....................................................................................6..........8 Tax on Goods Movement ..................................1 Maintaining Default Values for Tax Codes.................................13 Creating Output – Condition Records: Request for Quotation.........6...24 Releasing Procedure for Purchase Documents...................104 3...........79 3..............................................4...7 Setting of Checking Duplicate Invoices.................2 Grouping Together Valuation Areas....................................10 Defining the Calculation Schemas ............81 3.......20 Defining Purchase Organization Data for Vendor Evaluation ..........68 3............5...................................6 Logistics Invoice Verification Settings.......4..2 Activating Direct Posting to G/L Accounts and Material Accounts.......4 Activating Split Valuation..................................4.....................5...................................................................56 3.................18 Assigning Partner Schemas to Vendor Groups.....................80 3..................88 3........80 3......................6 Vendor Specific Tolerances Configuration............................5.....2 Determination of Excise Duty...............6.4............................103 3.................62 3........6 Configuring Automatic Account Assignment......................4...63 3.................................................................12 Defining Schema Determination...........82 3.........5...........4.....4....................................................................................................................................................................7 Consumption Based Planning Settings...21 Maintaining Rounding Profiles...................4....................................8.........................................74 3..5...............6...11 Defining the Schema Groups...........60 3...............89 3.................................23 Maintaining Account Assignment Categories...........................................59 3......3 Defining Valuation Classes ........................................................................................................................61 3.............53 3.......81 3......4..............5 Valuation and Account Assignment Settings.......19 Vendor Evaluation – Defining Criteria ....India.....................5 Setting Tolerance Limits for Logistics Invoice Verification................................5.............................89 3............................58 3....................................................................................................................120 © SAP AG Page 6 of 203 ...........4 Configuring How Exchange Rate Differences are treated.......60 3.....................................1 Defining Valuation Control.......1 Basic Settings.

..........9.....................................9....................3 Defining Reasons for Exemption..................................................14........3 Defining Withholding Tax Type for Ecess at invoice posting............................159 3..............8.......166 3............................................................5 Maintaining Number Ranges........................................................196 3............................11 Defining Section Code................8...............169 3...........183 3.......................11 Maintaining Surcharge Rates..................................198 3..........169 3...........................................................................192 3.........................................12 Assigning Types of Companies to Withholding Tax Codes...........................16..................10 Maintaining Tax Due Dates.............197 3.........................................................................5 Defining Rounding Rule for Withholding Tax Types...13........................................17 E-Filing...................164 3...3 Transactions: Incoming Excise Invoices.......3 Defining Accounts to post the Withholding Tax..........................................178 3........2 Defining Official Withholding Tax Codes.........................................................16......................................196 3................................................ India Localisation Annual Legal Report...........175 3..........189 3.....................................13.177 3............................13.........13...185 3..9............140 3....................13....4 Assigning Number Ranges to Number Groups..........................................16 Assignment of Number Ranges....16.................................Calculation...........................13................................................................................190 3.....197 3........195 3...................13..............15 Maintaining Number Group for Internal Challan Numbers ...........................187 3.........2 Maintaining Number Ranges..............13........................................4 Defining Withholding Tax Type for Ecess at Payment posting......13....................................2 Activating Extended Withholding Tax Code....................................................................186 3...............................4 Business Transactions: Tools.................1 Checking Withholding Tax Countries................1 Defining Withholding Tax Type for Invoice Posting..169 3..................................................8 Portraying Dependencies Between Withholding Tax Types.166 3........................................................................14...1 Assigning Withholding Tax Type to Company Code..188 3.............200 © SAP AG Page 7 of 203 ....7 Defining Withholding Tax Codes (ECESS).....1 Assigning Number Ranges to Number Groups.........................................193 3......................2 Defining Withholding Tax Types for Payment Posting............................................................13 Extended Withholding Tax .......................................................189 3...............10 Defining Branch Office..14 Extended Withholding Tax – Company Code Assignment......................3 Mapping legal state codes vis-à-vis state codes in vendor master....9 Extended Withholding Tax – Basic Settings..........16...............17.........12 Maintaining Factory Calendar to Section Code..............................194 3........17...........9 Checking Recipient Types............17......182 3..............................13.......................SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 3....................193 3........13......................164 3..180 3..............................14.........2 State Code Mapping............................................................3 Maintaining Number Groups and SAP Script Forms................165 3..............6 Defining Withholding Tax Codes............16.................13..........167 3...........................................................................................................................191 3........179 3..............................1 Reason Code Mapping......................

..............................................4 Assigning Physical File path to Logical File path.......................................................SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 3........................................................................................17..201 4 Configuration CATTs....1 Maintaining Address for Business Place............................................................202 4............2 Maintaining Address for Section Code...............203 © SAP AG Page 8 of 203 ..................................202 4........

A Purchase Group can be an individual or group of individuals.1 Prerequisites • • J02 – Organizational Structure J03 – Financial Accounting 3 Materials Management Configuration 3.1. without the support of automated configuration tools.002 and 003. SAP R/3 as a standard delivered with three purchase groups 001.1 Use In this IMG activity you are going to create Purchase Groups. refer to the Building Block Installation Guide of the Materials Management IN Building Block. Creating Purchase Groups Procedure 1. In this the same has been used.1 Organizational Elements 3. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction Code IMG Menu SPRO Materials Management  Purchasing  Create purchasing groups © SAP AG Page 9 of 203 . If you want to use BC Sets and CATT procedures for an automated installation process. 2 Preparation 2.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Materials Management: Configuration Guide 1 Purpose The purpose of this document is to describe the general configuration steps required to manually set up the configuration within the system landscape. 2. The Configuration Guide describes how to set up the configuration of a Building Block manually.

unit Description Internal unit of measurement format Commercial unit of measurement Technical formation of unit of measurement User action and values PC Note Commercial Technical PC PC © SAP AG Page 10 of 203 . Result Data was saved. 3. Field name Int. On the Unit of measurement: Initial screen.2. choose Unit of measurement icon.group Description Purchasing Group Code Description of Purchase Group R/O/C R R User action and values 001 – 003 Group One Group Two Group Three Note Defaulted by SAP These descriptions can be changed if required. 3.1 Use The purpose of this activity is to create new unit of measurement.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 3. Field name Purchasing Group Description p. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Transaction Code General Settings → Check units of measurement CUNI 2. Or new groups can also be created. The following entries have already been maintained by standard SAP R/3 and the same is used. meas. 4. Creation of Unit of Measurement Procedure 1.2 General Settings 3. If required you can configure you own Purchase Groups by following this process. Save the entries if any changes have been made by choosing Save Icon or choosing Control + S. On the Change units of measurement of Dimension (no dimensions): Overview choose Create (F7) icon and make the following entries.

SAP Best Practices Field name Measurement unit text ISO code Primary code Commercial meas. By using the above step you can create additional unit of measurements if required. Actually system store unit of measurements data in about four tables. unit Description Text of unit of measurement ISO code Primary code J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide User action and values pieces PCE Flag the Check box Flag the Check box Note Commercial measurement unit ID 4. Int. to simplify this configuration document entries of only one table is given. Practically creating all the below unit of measurements may take very long time. Most of them are delivered as SAP standard unit of measurements but descriptions were fine tuned in some cases. Bq/kg mF mol/m3 % 0% One Days mm2/s cm/s m/min µl µF pF A GOhm g/m3 Acre kg/dm3 kmol ND MN MOhm Megavolt µA Bag bar Bottle Bq/kg mF Mol/m3 Percentage Per mille One Days Square millimeter/second Centimeter/Second Meter/Minute Microliter Microfarad Pikofarad Ampere Gigaohm Gram/Cubic meter Acre Kilogram/cubic decimeter Kilomol Kilonewton Meganewton Megohm Megavolt Microampere Bag bar Bottle Becquerel/kilogram Millifarad Mol per cubic meter © SAP AG Page 11 of 203 . meas. if you want create automatically /SMB29/CUNI_B801_J05 and /SMB29/CUNI_B802_J05 BC sets can be used from Best Practice Chemical India solution. unit text Unit text % %O ONE D 22S CMS 0 µL µF IB A GOH GM3 ACR KD3 QML NI MN MGO MHV µA BAG BAR BT BQK RF M/M % %O One d mm2/s cm/s m/min µl µF pF A GOhm g/m3 acre kg/dm3 kmol ND MN MOhm MV µA Bag bar Fl. unit % %O 1 10 22S 2M 2X 4G 4O 4T A A87 A93 ACR B34 B45 B47 B73 B75 B78 B84 BAG BAR BOT BQK C10 C36 Commercial Technical Meas. The following unit of measurements was created by using BC Sets /SMB29/CUNI_B801_J05 and /SMB29/CUNI_B802_J05. 5.

US Gal/Mi(US) g/mol g/m2 Gal/hr US µg/m3 Uppercase g act.SAP Best Practices C38 C39 C3S C41 C56 CCM CD CDM CM CM2 CMH CS CTL D10 D41 D46 DEG DM DR DZ EA EE EML F FA FT FT2 FT3 G G/L GAU GC GHG GJ GKG GLI GLL GLM GM GM2 GPH GQ GRO GW H HAR HL HPA HZ IN M/L NA C3S R-U NMM CM3 CD CD3 CM CM2 CMH CV CL A/V TOM VA DEG DM DR DZ EA EU EML F °F FT FT2 FT3 G G/L GAU °C GHG FY GKG GLI GAL GPM GM GM2 BPH µGQ GRO GI H HA HL HPA HZ IN Mol/l nA cm3/s nF N/mm2 cm3 cd dm3 cm cm2 cm/h Case Cl A/V t/m3 VA deg dm DR dz EA EU EU/ml F °F Foot ft2 ft3 g gai/l GAU °C g/hg FYr g/kg g/l gal US J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Mol/Liter nA cm3/s nF N/mm2 cubic cm cd Cubic dec. h Hectare hectoliter hPa Hz Inch Mol per liter Nanoampere Cubic centimeter/second Nanofarad Newton/Square millimeter Cubic centimeter Candela Cubic decimeter Centimeter Square centimeter Centimeter/hour Case centiliter Siemens per meter Ton/Cubic meter Voltampere Degree Decimeter Drum Dozen each Enzyme Units Enzyme Units / Milliliter Farad Fahrenheit Foot Square foot Cubic foot gram gram act. Hour Hectare Hectoliter Hectopascal Hertz (1/second) Inch GPM US g/mol g/m2 GPH US µg/m3 gro gai h Hectar hl hPa Hz in © SAP AG Page 12 of 203 . cm sq cm cm/h Case centiliter Siemens/m t/m3 VA Degree dm Drum Dozen each Enzy.ing. ingrd.Units Enzyme/ml F °F Foot sq foot Cubic foot gram gai/liter Gram Gold °C g/hg FYr g/kg g/l gallon.ingrd / liter Gram Gold Degrees Celsius Gram/hectogram Gigajoule Gram/kilogram Gram/liter gallon. US Gallons per mile (US) Gram/Mol Gram/square meter Gallons per hour (US) Microgram/cubic meter Uppercase Gram act.

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IN2 IN3 J JHR JKG JMO K KA KAN KAR KBK KG KGF KGK KGM KGS KGV KGW KHZ KI KJ KJK KJM KM KM2 KMH KMK KMN KMS KNM KOH KPA KT KV KVA KW KWH KWK L L2 LB LE LHK LMS LPH M M% M%O M/S M2 IN2 IN3 J YR JKG JMO K KA CAN CT KBK KG KGF KGK KGM KGS KGV KAI KHZ CR KJ KJK KJM KM KM2 KMH KMK KMN KMS KNM KOH KPA KT KV KVA KW KWH KIK L LMI LB AU LHK LMS LPH M M% M%O M/S M2 Inch2 Inch3 J y J/kg J/mol K kA Can Car kBq/kg kg kg/m2 kg/kg kg/mol kg/s kg/m3 kgai kHz Crate kJ KJ/kg KJ/mol km km2 km/h m3/m3 K/min K/s kN/m2 kOhm kPa kt kV kVA KW kwh kai/kg l l/min lb AU l/hkm l/m_.s L/hr m %(m) %O(m) m/s m2

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Sq inch Cubic inch J Year J/kg J/mol K kA Canister Carton kBq/kg kilo gram kg/m2 kg/kg kg/mol kg/s kg/m3 kg ac.ing. kHz Crate kJ KJ/kg KJ/mol km sq km km/h m3/m3 K/min K/s kN/m2 kOhm kPa kilo ton kV kVA KW kwh kai/kg liter l/min pound, US Activ.unit l/100 km l/mol.s Liter/hr m %(m) %0(mass) m/s sg meter Square inch Cubic inch Joule Years Joule/Kilogram Joule/Mol Kelvin Kiloampere Canister Carton Kilobecquerel/kilogram Kilogram Kilogram/Square meter Kilogram/Kilogram Kilogram/Mol Kilogram/second Kilogram/cubic meter Kilogram act. ingrd. Kilohertz Crate Kilojoule Kilojoule/kilogram Kilojoule/Mol Kilometer Square kilometer Kilometer/hour Cubic meter/Cubic meter Kelvin/Minute Kelvin/Second Kilonewton per square meter Kiloohm Kilopascal Kilotonne Kilovolt Kilovoltampere Kilowatt Kilowatt hours kg act.ingrd. / kg Liter Liter/Minute US pound Activity unit Liter per 100 km Liter/Molsecond Liter per hour Meter Percent mass Permille mass Meter/second Square meter

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M2I M2S M3 M3S MA MBA MBZ MEJ MG MGF MGG MGK MGL MGQ MGW MHZ MI MI2 MIM MIN MIS MJ ML MLK MLW MM MM2 MMA MMG MMH MMK MMO MMQ MMS MNM MOK MOL MON MPA MPB MPG MPM MPS MPT MPZ MQH MS MS2 MTE MTS M-2 M2S M3 M3S MA MBA MBZ MEJ MG MGE MGG MGK MGL MGQ MGW MHZ MI MI2 µM MIN MIS MIJ ML MLK MLI MM MM2 MMA MMG MMH MMK MMO MM3 MMS MNM MOK MOL MON MPA MPB MPG MPM MPS MPT MPZ M3H MS MS2 MTE M/H 1/M2 m2/s m3 m3/s mA mbar m.b_/s MJ mg mg/cm2 mg/g mg/kg mg/l mg/m3 VA MHz mile Mile2 µm min µs mJ ml ml/m3 mlai mm mm2 mm/a mmol/g mm/h m_/kg mmol mm3 mm/s mN/m mol/kg mol Months MPa ppb(m)

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1/M2 m2/s Cubic m m3/s mA mbar m.bar/s MJ milligram mg/cm2 mg/g mg/kg mg/l mg/m3 VA MHz Mile sq mile µm min µs mJ ml ml/m3 ml act.in. mm sq mm mm/a mmol/g mm/h mmol/kg mmol mm3 mm/s mN/m mol/kg mol Months MPa ppb(m) Mi/Gal(US) ppm(m) mPa.s ppt(m) m.Pa/s m3/h ms m/s2 mT m/h 1 / square meter Square meter/second Cubic meter Cubic meter/second Milliampere Millibar Meterbar/second Megajoule Milligram Milligram/Square centimeter Milligram/gram Milligram/kilogram Milligram/liter Milligram/cubic meter Megawatt Megahertz Mile Square mile Micrometer Minute Microsecond Millijoule Milliliter Milliliter/cubic meter Milliliter act. ingr. Millimeter Square millimeter Millimeter/year Millimol/gram Millimeter/hour Millimol/kilogram Millimol Cubic millimeter Millimeter/second Millinewton/meter Mol/kilogram Mol Months Megapascal Mass parts per billion Miles per gallon (US) Mass parts per million Millipascal seconds Mass parts per trillion Meterpascal/second Cubic meter/Hour Millisecond Meter/second squared Millitesla Meter/Hour

MPG US ppm(m) mPa.s ppt(m) m.Pa/s m3/h ms m/s2 mT m/h

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MV MVA MW MWH N NAM NM NS OHM OZ OZA P PA PAA PAK PAL PAS PC PMI PPB PPM PPT PRS MV PCT VA MWH N NAM NM NS OHM OZ FOZ P PA PR PAC PAL PAS PC PMI PPB PPM PPT PRS mV PCT mW mwh N nm N/m ns Ohm oz foz US P Pa PR PAC PAL Pas PC 1/min ppb ppm ppt PRS

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mV PCT mW mwh N nm N/m ns Ohm ounce Fld.oz US Points Pa Pair Pack Pallet Pascal sec 1/min ppb ppm ppt Persons Millivolt Megavoltampere Milliwatt Megawatt hours Newton Nanometer Newton/meter Nanosecond Ohm ounze Fluid Ounce US Points Pascal Pair Pack Pallet Pascal second pieces 1/minute Parts per billion Parts per million Parts per trillion Number of persons

6. Save the entries by choosing Save icon or Ctrl + S.

3.2.2 Use

Defining Unit of Measurement Groups

The purpose of this activity is to create unit of measurement groups.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Transaction Code Logistics – General → Material Master → Settings for Key Fields → Define Units of Measure Groups SPRO

2. On the Change View “Define Unit of Measurement Groups”: Overview screen, make the following entries: Field name Unit group Description Unit of measurement group Alternative unit of measurement User action and values 10 Note

Alt. Unit

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SAP Best Practices Field name Measurement unit text Numerator Denominat. Unit group Description

J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide User action and values Defaulted by system 12 1 10 Note

Measurement unit text Numerator Denominator Unit of measurement group Alternative unit of measurement Measurement unit text Numerator Denominator

Alt. Unit Measurement unit text Numerator Denominat.

GRO Defaulted by system 144 1

3. Choose Enter to complete the entries and save by choosing Save (Ctrl +S) icon.

3.3 Materials Master and Inventory Management Settings
3.3.1 Use
To create material master record for plants a control record must exist for the company codes BP01 and BP0X for which you are going to create. By doing this setting you are going to create control record.

Maintaining Company Code for Materials Management

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction Code IMG Menu OMSY Logistics General  Material Master  Basic Settings  Maintain Company Codes for Materials Management

2. In this screen select Company Code BP01 India Best Practices Ltd and do the following entries: Field name CoCd Description Company Code R/O/C R User action and values Select the company code BP01 Note Input the values in the BP01 line.

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Year Fiscal year of current period R Enter the Fiscal year of current period Example: 2003 for November 2003.. Abp Allow posting to previous period O If you want allow user to have posting of previous period check this box Input the value Input the value 3.Example: 08 for November 2003. 10 Jan 2004 as 2003 and 06 Feb 2004 as 2003. 2004. 01 Apr. On the Change View “Materials Management View on Company Codes”: Overview screen. 01 Apr.. 2004 Fiscal year – 01st April 2004 to 31st March 2005. 2003 Fiscal year – 01st April 2003 to 31st March 2004.SAP Best Practices Field name Company Name Description J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide R/O/C R User action and values Defaulted by the system Note Grayed out Name of Company code Enter the current posting period. 02 May and so on…. To maintain another company code repeat the following steps: 5. 04 Oct 2003 as 2003. Pe Current posting period R Enter the current posting period. Grayed out Enter the current posting period. the current period is-10) Enter the current posting period. For example: 10 Apr 2003 as 2003. Choose Company Code BP0X India BP (Inter-Company) Field name CoCd Company Name Description Company Code Name of Company code User action and values Choose the company code BP0X Defaulted by the system Note Input the values in the BP0X line. 4. 01 Apr. 02 May and so on….. 10 (Enter current period) (Example current date 15th January. Enter the current fiscal year. Example: 08 for November 2003.. 2003 Fiscal year – 01st April 2003 to 31st March 2004. 10 Jan 2004 as 2003 and 06 Feb 2004 as 2003. 01 Apr. © SAP AG Page 17 of 203 . For example: 10 Apr 2003 as 2003. make the following entries: 6.Example: 08 for November 2003 and 12 for March 2004. 04 Oct 2003 as 2003.Example: 08 for November 2003. Save the settings by choosing Save Icon or choose Control + S. 2004 Fiscal year – 01st April 2004 to 31st March 2005. 02 May and so on…. Enter the current fiscal year. 02 May and so on….

You do the same in this part of IMG activity.. 02 May and so on…. the current period is -10) Enter the current posting period. 01 Apr. Input the value 7. Abp Allow posting to previous period If you want allow user to have posting of previous period check this box + S. 3. This requires you to first define the attributes of each material type.. Save the settings by choosing Save Icon or choose Ctrl Result Data was saved. 02 May and so on…. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction Code IMG Menu SPRO Logistics General  Material Master  Basic Settings  Material Types  Define Attributes of Material Types © SAP AG Page 18 of 203 . Example: 08 for November 2003. 01 Apr. Note Input the value 10 (Enter current period) (Example current date 15th January.3. you must assign it to a material type.SAP Best Practices Field name Year Description Fiscal year of current period J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide User action and values Enter the Fiscal year of current period Example: 2003 for November 2003. Pe Current posting period Enter the current posting period.Example: 08 for November 2003 and 12 for March 2004.2 Use Defining Attributes of Material Types Whenever you create a material master record. 2004. Procedure 1.

SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 2. 4. To maintain the attributes for each Material Type please select the Material Type by choosing the box located left side of respective Material Type and choosing Quantity/value updating in Dialog Structure. BP03 and BP0X Plants. ValA Mtyp Quantity updating Value updating Pipeline mandatory Pipeline allowed Pipeline handling is allowed Valuation Materia Area (Plant) Type Quantity Value updating Pipeline updating in in material handling is material master master record mandatory record BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 ABF CONT COUP DIEN ERSA FERT FGTR FHMI FOOD FRIP HALB HAWA HERS HIBE IBAU INTR KMAT LEER LEIH LGUT MODE NLAG NOF1 PIPE PLAN PROC X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X © SAP AG Page 19 of 203 . 3. In the following box ‘X’ represents select that particular check box. BP02. Choose the respective check box as per the following table for BP01.

SAP Best Practices BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP02 BP02 BP02 BP02 BP02 BP02 BP02 BP02 BP02 BP02 BP02 BP02 BP02 BP02 BP02 BP02 BP02 BP02 BP02 BP02 BP02 BP02 BP02 BP02 BP02 BP02 PROD ROH UNBW VERP VKHM VOLL WERB WERT WETT ABF CONT COUP DIEN ERSA FERT FGTR FHMI FOOD FRIP HALB HAWA HERS HIBE IBAU INTR KMAT LEER LEIH LGUT MODE NLAG NOF1 PIPE PLAN PROC X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X © SAP AG Page 20 of 203 .

SAP Best Practices BP02 BP02 BP02 BP02 BP02 BP02 BP02 BP02 BP02 BP03 BP03 BP03 BP03 BP03 BP03 BP03 BP03 BP03 BP03 BP03 BP03 BP03 BP03 BP03 BP03 BP03 BP03 BP03 BP03 BP03 BP03 BP03 BP03 BP03 BP03 PROD ROH UNBW VERP VKHM VOLL WERB WERT WETT ABF CONT COUP DIEN ERSA FERT FGTR FHMI FOOD FRIP HALB HAWA HERS HIBE IBAU INTR KMAT LEER LEIH LGUT MODE NLAG NOF1 PIPE PLAN PROC X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X © SAP AG Page 21 of 203 .

SAP Best Practices BP03 BP03 BP03 BP03 BP03 BP03 BP03 BP03 BP03 BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X PROD ROH UNBW VERP VKHM VOLL WERB WERT WETT ABF CONT COUP DIEN ERSA FERT FGTR FHMI FOOD FRIP HALB HAWA HERS HIBE IBAU INTR KMAT LEER LEIH LGUT MODE NLAG NOF1 PIPE PLAN PROC X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X © SAP AG Page 22 of 203 .

3.SAP Best Practices BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X PROD ROH UNBW VERP VKHM VOLL WERB WERT WETT X X X X X X J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide X X X X X X 5. 3. You can create your own material groups by following the process mentioned below: Field name Matl Group Matl grp description Description 2 for the material group Description Material Group Material group description Description 2 for the material group User action and values YG10010 10010 Material group 10010 Material group Note © SAP AG Page 23 of 203 . On the Change view “Materials Groups”: Overview screen. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Transaction Code Logistics . Result Data was saved.General → Material Master → Settings for Key Fields → Define Material Groups OMSF 2.3 Use Defining Materials Groups The purpose of this activity is to create material groups. After completing the each and every above mentioned entries save the entries by choosing Save icon or choose Control + S. make the following entries The following material groups are created to just demonstrate the process of how to create material groups and the same material groups are used in the material master of this product. Procedure 1.

On the Change view “Materials: Product Hierarchies”: Overview screen choose New Entries icon and make the following entries: Field name Product Hierarchy Description Product Hierarchy User action and values 00001 Note © SAP AG Page 24 of 203 . On the Customizing Product Hierarchy screen. 2 Material group description 2 10010 Material group 10020 Material group 10030 Material group 10040 Material group 10050 Material group 10060 Material group 10070 Material group 10110 Material Group 10120 Material Group 10210 Material Group 10220 Material Group 10230 Material Group 10240 Material Group 10250 Material Group 10260 Material Group External Services 4. Matl group Material Group YG10010 YG10020 YG10030 YG10040 YG10050 YG10060 YG10070 YG10110 YG10120 YG10210 YG10220 YG10230 YG10240 YG10250 YG10260 YG10270 Matl grp description Material group description 10010 Material group 10020 Material group 10030 Material group 10040 Material group 10050 Material group 10060 Material group 10070 Material group 10110 Material Group 10120 Material Group 10210 Material Group 10220 Material Group 10230 Material Group 10240 Material Group 10250 Material Group 10260 Material Group External Services Material grp desc.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 3. The following material groups are created in system by using BC Set. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Logistics – General → Material Master → Settings for Key Fields → Data Relevant to Sales and Distribution → Define Product Hierarchies OVSV Transaction Code 2. chose Maintain: Product Hierarchy. 3.4 Use Defining Product Hierarchy The purpose of this activity is to define product hierarchy. Choose Enter to complete the entries and save by choosing Save (Ctrl+S).3. Procedure 1. 3.

Description Description Level number Description J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide User action and values 1 1 Note 4.2.1.1 2.1 2.3.3 1.3.2 1.2 1.2 2 2.3.1 1.1.3 2.1. By using above steps the following product hierarchies are created: Product hierarchy 1 100001 10000100000001 10000100000002 100002 10000200000001 10000200000002 10000200000003 100003 10000300000001 10000300000002 2 200001 20000100000001 20000100000002 200002 20000200000001 20000200000002 20000200000003 20000200000004 200003 20000300000001 20000300000002 10 1000001 100000100001 100000100002 100000100003 1000002 100000200001 100000200002 100000200003 1000003 100000300001 100000300002 100000300003 20 2000001 200000100001 200000100002 200000100003 2000002 Description 1 1.2.1 1.2.3 2.SAP Best Practices Field name Level no.4 2. 1 2 3 3 2 3 3 3 2 3 3 1 2 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 1 2 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 1 2 3 3 3 2 © SAP AG Page 25 of 203 .2 2.1 1.2 Granulat Bulk Red Blue Yellow Packed Red Yellow Blue Samples Red Yellow Blue Color Bulk Red Blue Yellow Packed Level no.2 1.2 2.2 2.3.3 1.1 1.1 2.1 2.2.2.2.2.1.

On the Change view “Vendor Account Groups”: Overview screen. Entry. By using steps 3 to 5 you can make all the fields optional entry for all fields status. 3. choose Address under Selection Group. Choose Enter to complete the entries and save by choosing Save (Ctrl + S). Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Transaction Code Logistics . 3. © SAP AG Page 26 of 203 .5 Use Defining Vendor Account group field selection The purpose of this activity is to define vendor account group field selection.6 Use Maintaining Plant Parameters for Inventory Management In this setting you are going to activate plants for Inventory Management. you can configure you own hierarchy by using above process. choose General Data under Field status and choose Expand Field Status icon.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 2000003 Samples 2 50 Consumption 1 5000001 Office 2 5000001000001 Office Material 3 5000001000002 IT-Material 3 5000002 Production 2 5000002000001 Auxiliary Materials 3 5000002000002 Others 3 5000003 Plant Maintenance 2 5. 7. Procedure 1. choose vendor account group VERB and choose Details (F2) icon. 5. This is mandatory step if you want to activate Inventory Management. On the Maintain Field Status Group: Address make all the fields as optional entry by choosing radio button under Opt.3. 4. 3. 6. The above activity is done to give over view of the process.3. On the Maintain Field Status Group: Overview screen. 6. Choose Enter to complete entries and choose Save (Ctrl +S) to save the entries.General → Business Partner → Vendor → Ctrl → Define Account Groups and Field Selection (Vendor) OMSG 2. On the Change view “Vendor Account Groups”: Details screen.

5. Choose New Entries Icon to make necessary settings for Plants BP01 and BP02. default Description Plant Delivery completion indicator by default R/O/C R O User action and values BP01 Check this box. compl./Event Type Stock type Alternative unit Batch in background Movement allowed BOM Usage BOM Application Transaction event type Stock type Alternative unit of measurement Batch management Reservation movement allowed O O O O O O O 3.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Procedure 1. By this system will automatically checks “delivery completed” indicator as a default value when Goods Receipt is posted with reference to Purchase Order 1 Input the value Note Input the value BOM Usage BOM Usage O © SAP AG Page 27 of 203 . default Description Plant Delivery completion indicator by default R/O/C R O User action and values BP02 Check this box. To input the values for BP02 Depot plant do the operation as described above with the following entries: Field name Plant Del. and make the entries as described below: Field name Plant Del. Save by choosing Save icon or by choosing Control + S. compl. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction Code IMG Menu SPRO Materials Management  Inventory Management and Physical Inventory  Plant Parameters 2. By this system will automatically checks “delivery completed” indicator as a default value when Goods Receipt is posted with reference to Purchase Order 1 BEST WV 1 Check the box Check the box Check the box Input the value Input the value Input the value Input the value Note Input the value BOM Usage BOM Application Trans. 4. Save the entries to complete the process.

To input the values for BP03 and BP0X plants do the operation as described above with the following entries: 9. default Description Plant Delivery completion indicator by default User action and values BP03 Check this box./Event Type Stock type Alternative unit Batch in background Movement allowed Description J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide R/O/C O O O O O O User action and values BEST WV 1 Check the box Check the box Check the box Note Input the value Input the value Input the value BOM Application Transaction event type Stock type Alternative unit of measurement Batch management Reservation movement allowed 6. and make the entries as described below: Field name Plant Del. 7. Save the entries to complete the process.SAP Best Practices Field name BOM Application Trans. Save the entries to complete the process. To input the values for BP0X plant do the operation as described above with the following entries: © SAP AG Page 28 of 203 . 12. Save by choosing Save icon or by choosing Control + S. By this system will automatically checks “delivery completed” indicator as a default value when Goods Receipt is posted with reference to Purchase Order 1 BEST WV 1 Check the box Check the box Check the box Input the value Input the value Input the value Input the value Note Input the value BOM Usage BOM Application Trans. Choose New Entries Icon to make necessary settings for Plants BP03 and BP0X. 8. compl. 11. Save by choosing Save icon or by Ctrl + S./Event Type Stock type Alternative unit Batch in background Movement allowed BOM Usage BOM Application Transaction event type Stock type Alternative unit of measurement Batch management Reservation movement allowed 10.

SAP Best Practices Field name Plant Del. By this system will automatically checks “delivery completed” indicator as a default value when Goods Receipt is posted with reference to Purchase Order 1 BEST WV 1 Check the box Check the box Check the box Input the value Input the value Input the value Input the value Note Input the value Delivery completion indicator by default BOM Usage BOM Application Trans.3. 14. the system checks each item to determine whether the goods receipt varies from the purchase order or the material master data. default Description Plant J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide User action and values BP0X Check this box./Event Type Stock type Alternative unit Batch in background Movement allowed BOM Usage BOM Application Transaction event type Stock type Alternative unit of measurement Batch management Reservation movement allowed 13. When processing a goods receipt. Procedure 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction Code IMG Menu OMC0 Materials Management  Inventory Management and Physical Inventory  Goods Receipt  Set Tolerance Limit © SAP AG Page 29 of 203 . Save the entries to complete the process.7 Use Setting Tolerance Limits for Goods Receipts In this setting you are going to set tolerance limits for goods receipt. Result Data was saved. compl. Save by choosing Save icon or by Ctrl + S. 3.

To input the values for another key do the operation as described above with the following entries: Field name Tolerance key Company code Lower Limit Tolerance Limit % Upper Limit Tolerance Limit % Description Tolerance key Company code Lower limit % Tolerance Limit % Upper limit % Tolerance Limit % R/O/C R R O O O O User action and values B2 BP01 Select Check Limit radio button 20.00 Select Check Limit radio button 20. 7.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 2. Choose Enter to complete the entries and save the entries to complete the process. 4. Save by choosing Save icon or by choosing Control + S. 8.00 Note 3. Field name Tolerance key Company code Lower Limit Tolerance Limit % Upper Limit Tolerance Limit % Description Tolerance key Company code Lower limit % Tolerance Limit % Upper limit % Tolerance Limit % R/O/C R R O O O O User action and values B1 BP01 Select Check Limit radio button 50. You will get new Change View “Tolerance Limits”: Details of Selected Set screen will come.00 Note 6.00 Select Check Limit radio button 50. Save the entries to complete the process. To input the values for another key do the operation as described above with the following entries: Field name Tolerance key Company code Lower Limit Tolerance Limit % Upper Limit Description Tolerance key Company code Lower limit % Tolerance Limit % Upper limit % Select Check Limit radio button User action and values VP BP01 Select Do not Check radio button Note © SAP AG Page 30 of 203 . Save by choosing Save icon or by choosing Control + S. Choose New Entries Icon to make necessary settings for Company code BP01. 5.

Enter to complete the entries and save the entries to complete the process. 10.00 Select Check Limit radio button 20. Save by choosing Save icon or Ctrl + S.00 Note 12. Save by choosing Save icon or Ctrl + S. 11.00 Note 15. Save by choosing Save icon or Ctrl + S. 16.00 Note Tolerance Limit % 9.00 Select Check Limit radio button 50. Enter to complete the entries and save the entries to complete the process. Enter to complete the entries and save the entries to complete the process. 17. To input the values for another key do the operation as described above with the following entries: Field name Tolerance key Company code Lower Limit Tolerance Limit % Upper Limit Tolerance Limit % Description Tolerance key Company code Lower limit % Tolerance Limit % Upper limit % Tolerance Limit % User action and values B2 BP0X Select Check Limit radio button 20. To input the values for another key do the operation as described above with the following entries: Field name Tolerance key Company code Lower Limit Description Tolerance key Company code Lower limit % User action and values VP BP0X Select Do not Check radio button Note © SAP AG Page 31 of 203 . 13. To input the values for another key do the operation as described above with the following entries: Field name Tolerance key Company code Lower Limit Tolerance Limit % Upper Limit Tolerance Limit % Description Tolerance key Company code Lower limit % Tolerance Limit % Upper limit % Tolerance Limit % User action and values B1 BP0X Select Check Limit radio button 50.SAP Best Practices Field name Tolerance Limit % Description J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide User action and values 25. 14.

choose Additional account assignments and choose icon or F2 or double-choose. Save the entries by choosing Save icon or Ctrl + S. Save by choosing Save icon or Ctrl + S. 4.3. that is why this setting.8 Use Defining Screen Layout The purpose of this activity is to make screen layout for automatic movements. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Transaction Code Materials Management → Inventory Management and Physical Inventory → Automatic Movements → Define Screen Layout SPRO 2. Enter to complete the entries and save the entries to complete the process. Procedure © SAP AG Page 32 of 203 . choose Business area under Additional account assignments and choose radio button Sup choose. 3. 19. For running standard cost estimation costing view in material master is necessary.SAP Best Practices Field name Tolerance Limit % Upper Limit Tolerance Limit % Description J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide User action and values Note Tolerance Limit % Upper limit % Tolerance Limit % Select Check Limit radio button 25.3. choose 643 movement type under Mvt and choose Details icon or Ctrl+Shift+F2. On the Change view “Field Selection”: Overview screen. Result Data was saved. 5. Procedure 1. 3.9 Use Extension of Costing View to VERP Material Type Packing material codes are included in BOM and will be used for running standard cost estimation. On the Maintain Field Status Group: Overview screen.00 18. On the Maintain Field Status Group: Additional account assignments screen. 3.

3.10 Maintaining Access Sequence for Subcontracting Challan Use The purpose of this activity is to make access sequence for subcontracting challan. Printing of subcontracting challan is statutory requirement in India. 5. For printing output type. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Materials Management → Inventory Management and Physical Inventory → Output Determination → Maintain Access Sequence SPRO Transaction Code While executing this transaction you will get an information message saying: Caution: The table is cross-client Message no. TB113 This indicate you require cross-client settings authorizations. Save by choosing Save icon or by choosing Control + S. access sequence is required. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction Code IMG Menu SPRO Logistics General  Material Master  Basic Settings  Material Types  Define Attributes of Material Types 2. 3. 6.3. Procedure 1. Result Data was saved. You will get new Change View “Material Type”: Details. On this screen right side you will see User departments and Status Description on that list select Costing by checking left side box. © SAP AG Page 33 of 203 . Or Select VERP and Choose Details icon or Control+Shift+F2 icon to get details of material type. Now you will se Costing highlighted now. 4. Choose Enter to complete the entries and save the entries to complete the process. Locate VERP Packaging material type on MType and double Choose VERP to get new screen. You will get new Change View “Material Types”: Overview screen will come. please check with your Basis Administrator.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 1.

Choose Save icon or Ctrl + S to save the entries. 4. Change or create this output type only if the original entry is missing in the standard system. AcNo Tab Description Access sequence number Table name Description of table 10 035 Plant Choose Enter 3. the following entries are available: Field name Description User action and values Note Select item with J1IF Subcontract Challan and choose Mail title and texts from Dialog Structure. choose New Entries for further entries. 3. Application Output Type Language Title Application Output type Language Title of output type ME J1IF EN Subcontracting Challan India Grayed out Grayed out Grayed out Grayed out © SAP AG Page 34 of 203 . choose New Entries icon and maintain the following entries: Field name AcSq Description Description Access sequence Description User action and values ZJ1I Access Seq for J1IF SC Challan Choose Enter Note Select ZJ1I access sequence line and Double choose Accesses from dialog structure menu path.11 Use Maintaining Output Type for Subcontracting Challan Printing of subcontracting challan is statutory requirement in India. Procedure 1. On the Display View “Output Types”: Overview screen. On the Change View “Access sequence”: Overview screen. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Transaction Code Materials Management → Inventory Management and Physical Inventory → Output Determination → Maintain Output Types SPRO This is Standard settings offered by SAP R/3.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 2. 2. After creating access sequence the following standard output type is used.3. Choose Enter to complete the inputs. system will take you to new screen.

Choose Enter to complete the inputs. 3. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Materials Management → Inventory Management and Physical Inventory → Output Determination → Maintain Output Determination Procedure SPRO Transaction Code There is already a procedure is defined.12 Use Maintaining Output Determination Procedure Printing of subcontracting challan is statutory requirement in India. If you want to change any one of parameters choose Change -> Display or Ctrl+F4. 5. For printing output type it has to be included in output determination procedure.SAP Best Practices Field name Program FORM routine Form Medium Funct Name Description Program name FORM routine Form Print medium Function Function name J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide User action and values J_1I57FPN ENTRY_57F4 J_1I_57F4 Print Output VN Vendor Note Choose Processing routines in Dialog Structure. 4. Choose Partner functions in Dialog Structure. Do not change other settings in this procedure. 3. Result Data was saved.3. © SAP AG Page 35 of 203 . you are going to incorporate one more condition in the same procedure. Choose Save icon or Ctrl + S to save the entries. Procedure 1.

System will give a new popup screen Conditions: Procedure select this line by double choosing on this line.13 Use Printer Determination by Plant / Storage Location Printing of subcontracting challan a printer has to be determined. Choose New Entries to incorporate new condition type created in above processes. 6. Field name Step Cntr CType Description Step Counter Condition type User action and values 220 10 J1IF Note 5. New popup screen ME0001 Inventory Management will come select this line item and choose Ctrl Data. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Materials Management → Inventory Management and Physical Inventory → Output Determination → Printer Determination → Printer Determination by Plant/Storage Location OMJ3 Transaction Code 2. Choose Save icon or Ctrl + S to save the entries. On new screen Change View “Ctrl data”: Overview. Choose Enter to complete the inputs. System will take you to new screen Change View “Print Parameters”: Overview: and choose New Entries icon to maintain the following entries: Field name Condition type Plant Storage location Output device Print Immediately Description Condition type Plant Storage location Output device Print immediately User action and values J1IF BP01 SF01 Select printer from list Check this box Note © SAP AG Page 36 of 203 . Result Data was saved. you will find there are already some condition types.3. 3.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 2. 4. Procedure 1. 3.

After completing total process of configuring output determination process a condition record must be created to Ctrl printer. New screen Create Output – Condition Records: Inventory Management will come. 3. select this line by double choosing on this line. Choose Save icon or Ctrl + S to save the entries. on this screen input output type J1IF in the field mentioned Output type.3. System will take you to new screen Create Condition Records (Subcontract Challan): Fast Entry: and maintain the following entries: Field name Plant PartF Description Plant code Partner name R/O/C R R User action and values BP01 VN Note © SAP AG Page 37 of 203 . Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Transaction Code Materials Management → Inventory Management and Physical Inventory → Output Determination → Maintain Conditions MN21 2. System will give a new popup screen Create Condition: Inventory Mgmt. Choose Enter to complete the inputs. 3. 4. Result Data was saved. 4.14 Use Maintaining Output Conditions Record Printing of subcontracting challan is statutory requirement in India. Procedure 1.SAP Best Practices Field name Release Description Release after output Condition type Plant J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide User action and values Check this box Note Do the same process for another storage location Condition type Plant Storage location Output device Print Immediately Release J1IF BP01 RM01 Select printer from list Check this box Check this box Storage location Output device Print Immediately Release after output 3.

5. 6.SAP Best Practices Field name Medium Date/Time Output Device Description Medium Date and Time Output Device J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide R/O/C R R R User action and values 1 3 BL11 Note Select same item and choose Communication icon. 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 1 1 2 2 3 3 1 1 2 2 1 2 3 Print 1 6 6 1 6 6 1 6 6 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 3 3 3 H H H Debit/Credit © SAP AG Page 38 of 203 . Choose Save icon or Ctrl + S to save the entries. OutTy WA01 WA01 WA01 WA02 WA02 WA02 WA03 WA03 WA03 WE01 WE01 WE02 WE02 WE03 WE03 WF01 WF01 WF02 WF02 WLB1 WLB2 WLB3 Trans WA WA WE WA WA WE WA WA WE WE WE WE WE WE WE WF WF WF WF WA WA WA Vers. Similarly you need to maintain output condition records to the following output types with printer BL11 if you want to take output. Choose Enter to complete the inputs. 7.

SAP standard will come with predefined number ranges and the same is being used in this process. Purchase Requisition: Defining Number Ranges Procedure 1. Save the entries by choosing Save icon or choose Control + S.1 Use Users will communicate their requirements of materials or services by way of Purchase Requisitions. 5. if you want new number ranges please create your own. 3.4 Purchasing Settings 3. On the Number Ranges for Purchase Requisitions Choose Intervals icon for giving the number ranges. Result The changes were saved. 3. No Number range number 01 02 03 04 From number Starting number 0010000000 0090000000 2000000000 3000000000 To number Ending number 0019999999 0099999999 2999999999 3999999999 Ext External / Internal Internal External External Internal 6.4. 4. Before creating any purchase requisitions it is necessary to give number ranges to purchase requisitions. © SAP AG Page 39 of 203 . The following number ranges are already defined in standard SAP and the same being used in Best Practice India. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction Code IMG Menu OMH7 Materials Management  Purchasing  Purchase Requisition  Define Number ranges 2. As a proof of creating a purchase requisition system will give a number and same number is used for all practical purposes in system. if you have modified any entries.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Result Data was saved. Please do not change any original settings described below.

agmt. 4.4. 5. Framework requisn. Framework requisn.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 3. Document type description Item Item interval NR int. You can group the documents according to your usage. On the Document Types of Purchase Requisitions Change make the following entries. Please do not change any original settings described below. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction Code IMG Menu SPRO Materials Management  Purchasing  Purchase Requisition  Define Document Types 2. Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition B D D D Standard Standard Limit Limit Limit Limit Standard Standard Standard Doc Type AN FO FO AB AN FO AN FO NB Purchase Documents Description Item Description of Cate Item Category gory RFQ Framework order Framework order Request for GP bid RFQ Framework order RFQ Framework order Standard PO B D D D Standard Standard Limit Limit Limit Limit Standard Standard Standard © SAP AG Page 40 of 203 . Framework requisn. Doc Type FO FO FO FO FO FO NB NB NB Purchase Requisition Description Item Description of Cate Item Category gory Framework requisn. if you want new document types please create your own by coping from the original settings. For the above document types as a default SAP will configure all the allowed item categories and Link purchase requisition – document types are also configured as per the following table. Each group can have separate or same number ranges according to your requirements. 10 10 10 6. type descript. Framework requisn. 3. ext External number range number 02 02 02 FO NB RV Framework requisn. Purchase requisition Outl. as Internal number range number 01 01 01 NR rng. if you want to change from standard SAP offered document types. Type Document type Doc. SAP standard will come with predefined document types and the same is being used in this process. Framework requisn. Procedure 1.2 Use Purchase Requisition: Defining Document Types SAP manages purchase requisitions as documents. requisn. The following Document Types are already defined in standard SAP and the same being used in Best Practice India.

sched. agmt. Request for GP bid RFQ K K K K K K L L L L L L S S S S S S S S S S U U U U U D D Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Consignment Consignment Consignment Consignment Consignment Consignment Subcontracting Subcontracting Subcontracting Subcontracting Subcontracting Subcontracting Third-party Third-party Third-party Third-party Third-party Third-party Third-party Third-party Third-party Third-party Stock transfer Stock transfer Stock transfer Stock transfer Stock transfer Service Service © SAP AG Page 41 of 203 . Scheduling agreement Scheduling agreement Transp. Quantity contract Quantity contract Quantity contract Value contract Value contract Value contract Value contract Scheduling agreement Scheduling agreement Scheduling agreement Scheduling agreement RFQ Standard PO Quantity contract Value contract Scheduling agreement Scheduling agreement RFQ Standard PO Quantity contract Value contract Scheduling agreement Scheduling agreement RFQ RFQ Standard PO Quantity contract Quantity contract Value contract Value contract Value contract Scheduling agreement Scheduling agreement Standard PO Stock transport ord.SAP Best Practices NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB NB Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition K K K K K K L L L L L L S S S S S S S S S S U U U U U D D J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Consignment Consignment Consignment Consignment Consignment Consignment Subcontracting Subcontracting Subcontracting Subcontracting Subcontracting Subcontracting Third-party Third-party Third-party Third-party Third-party Third-party Third-party Third-party Third-party Third-party Stock transfer Stock transfer Stock transfer Stock transfer Stock transfer Service Service NB NB NB UB MK MK MK WK WK WK WK LP LP LPA LPA AN NB MK WK LP LPA AN NB MK WK LP LPA AN AN NB MK MK WK WK WK LP LPA NB UB LP LPA LU AB AN Standard PO Standard PO Standard PO Stock transport ord.

requisn. agmt. requisn.SAP Best Practices NB NB NB RV RV RV RV RV RV RV RV RV RV RV RV RV RV RV RV RV RV RV RV RV Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Purchase requisition Outl. requisn. Outl. Outl. agmt. K K K K K D D D D D D D J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Service Service Service Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Consignment Consignment Consignment Consignment Consignment Service Service Service Service NB MK WK AN MK MK MK WK WK WK WK LP LP LPA LPA AN MK WK LP LPA AB AN MK WK Standard PO Quantity contract Value contract RFQ Quantity contract Quantity contract Quantity contract Value contract Value contract Value contract Value contract Scheduling agreement Scheduling agreement Scheduling agreement Scheduling agreement RFQ Quantity contract Value contract Scheduling agreement Scheduling agreement Request for GP bid RFQ Quantity contract Value contract K K K K K D D D D D D D Service Service Service Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard Consignment Consignment Consignment Consignment Consignment Service Service Service Service 7. requisn. it is necessary to create Request for Quotation (RFQ). For creating request for quotation it is necessary to have number ranges. requisn. Outl. requisn. agmt. agmt. agmt. requisn. Outl. Outl. agmt. Outl. requisn. Outl. Outl. agmt. Outl. Outl. agmt. requisn. Outl.4. if you have modified any entries. requisn. agmt. agmt. Outl. requisn. requisn. agmt. agmt. Outl. agmt. agmt. agmt. Outl. 3. agmt.3 Use Request for Quotation and Quotation: Defining Number Ranges To float enquiries to the prospective vendors. requisn. Procedure © SAP AG Page 42 of 203 . Outl. agmt. requisn. requisn. Result Data was saved. requisn. Outl. Outl. requisn. Outl. agmt. requisn. Save the entries by choosing Save icon or choose Control + S. agmt. requisn. Outl. requisn. requisn. agmt. agmt. Outl.

3.4 Use Request for Quotation and Quotation: Defining Document Types SAP manages Request for Quotation and Quotations as documents. 5. Save the entries by choosing Save icon or choose Control + S. 3. On the Number Ranges for Purchasing Documents Choose Intervals icon for giving the number ranges.4.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 1. SAP standard will come with predefined number ranges and the same is being used in this process. Result The changes were saved. No Number range number 41 44 45 46 55 56 60 61 From number Starting number 4100000000 4400000000 4500000000 4600000000 5500000000 5600000000 6000000000 6100000000 To number Ending number 4199999999 4499999999 4599999999 4699999999 5599999999 5699999999 6099999999 6199999999 Ext External / Internal External External Internal Internal Internal External Internal External 6. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction Code IMG Menu OMH6 Materials Management  Purchasing  RFQ/Quotation  Define Number ranges 2. 4. Please do not change any original settings described below. Procedure © SAP AG Page 43 of 203 . Each group can have separate or same number ranges according to your requirements. if you want new number ranges please create your own. The following number ranges are already defined in standard SAP and the same being used in Best Practice India. if you have modified any entries. You can group the documents according to your usage.

SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 1. The following Document Types are already defined in standard SAP and the same being used in Best Practice India. On the Document Types Request for quotation Change make the following entries. 5. 4.5 Use Purchase Order: Defining Number ranges All the purchase documents are managed as documents in SAP.4. type descript. if you want to change from standard SAP offered document types. if you want new document types please create your own by coping from the original settings. Result Data was saved. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction Code IMG Menu OMH6 Materials Management  Purchasing  Purchase Order  Define Number ranges © SAP AG Page 44 of 203 . if you have modified any entries. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction Code IMG Menu SPRO Materials Management  Purchasing  RFQ/Quotation  Define Document Types 2. 3. 7. ext External number range number 61 61 AB AN Request for GP bid RFQ 10 10 6. Please do not change any original settings described below. as Internal number range number 60 60 NR rng. Procedure 1. 3. Save the entries by choosing Save icon or choose Control + S. SAP standard will come with predefined document types and the same is being used in this process. Type Document type Doc. For the above document types all the allowed item categories and Link purchase requisition – document types are also configured. As a proof of creating document SAP will allot number from number ranges created. Document type description Item Item interval NR int.

Each group can have separate or same number ranges. You can group the documents according to your usage. Result The changes were saved. No Number range number 41 44 45 46 55 56 60 61 From number Starting number 4100000000 4400000000 4500000000 4600000000 5500000000 5600000000 6000000000 6100000000 To number Ending number 4199999999 4499999999 4599999999 4699999999 5599999999 5699999999 6099999999 6199999999 Ext External / Internal External External Internal Internal Internal External Internal External 6. On the Number Ranges for Purchasing Documents Choose Intervals icon for giving the number ranges. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction Code IMG Menu SPRO Materials Management  Purchasing  Purchase Order  Define Document Types © SAP AG Page 45 of 203 .4. Please do not change any original settings described below. 5. Procedure 1. Save the entries by choosing Save icon or choose Control + S. The same document type is defined in this part. SAP standard will come with predefined number ranges and the same is being used in this process. The following number ranges are already defined in standard SAP and the same being used in Best Practice India.6 Use Purchase Order: Define Document Types SAP manages Purchase Orders as documents. if you have modified any entries. 3.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 2. if you want new number ranges please create your own. 4. allowed item categories and link purchase requisition document types according to your requirements. 3.

On the Document Types Purchase order Change make the following entries. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction Code IMG Menu SPRO Materials Management  Purchasing  Purchase Order  Set Tolerance Limits for Price Variance © SAP AG Page 46 of 203 . 4. ext External number range number 41 41 41 41 DB FO NB UB Dummy purchase order Framework order Standard PO Stock transport ord. 3. 10 10 10 10 6. as Internal number range number 45 45 45 45 NR rng. Document type description Item Item interval NR int. if you have modified any entries. type descript. Result Data was saved. Save the entries by choosing Save icon or choose Control + S. if you want to change from standard SAP offered document types. it checks whether the specified cash discount value is admissible. 7. Type Document type Doc. The following Document Types are already defined in standard SAP and the same being used in Best Practice India. SAP standard will come with predefined document types and the same is being used in this process. Please do not change any original settings described below. the system checks whether the effective price of a PO item shows variances compared with the valuation price stored in the material master record.4. Procedure 1.7 Use Purchase Order: Setting Tolerance Limits for Price Variances When processing a purchase order.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 2. For the above document types all the allowed item categories and Link purchase requisition – document types are also configured. In addition. 3. 5. if you want new document types please create your own by coping from the original settings.

Field name Tolerance key Description Tolerance key R/O/C R User action and values Enter or select entry from drop down list PE Company code Amount in Company code Amount in company code currency Percentage Check the Limit Tolerance Limit % Percentage Check the Limit Tolerance Limit % Tolerance key R R R Select the radio button Check Limit Enter the limit as 10.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 2. Choose the New Entries Icon to maintain the entries for company codes BP01 and BP0X.00 Enter or select entry from drop down list PE Company code Company code R Enter BP0X R R Select the radio button Do not Check R R Enter BP01 Enter INR R R Select the radio button Check Limit Enter the limit as 20.00 Enter or select entry from drop down list SE Company code Amount in Company code Amount in company code currency Percentage Do not check the Limit Tolerance Limit % Percentage Check the Limit Tolerance Limit % Tolerance key R R R Select the radio button Check Limit Enter the limit as 10.00 R R Enter BP01 Enter INR Note Select PE for price variance in purchasing Lower Limit Check Limit Tolerance limit % Upper Limit Check Limit Tolerance limit % Tolerance key Lower Limit Check Limit Tolerance limit % Upper Limit Check Limit Tolerance limit % Tolerance key © SAP AG Page 47 of 203 .

Save the entry by choosing on Save icon or choose Control + S.SAP Best Practices Field name Amount in Description Amount in company code currency Percentage Check the Limit J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide R/O/C R User action and values Enter INR Note Lower Limit Check Limit Tolerance limit % Upper Limit Check Limit Tolerance limit % Tolerance key R R Select the radio button Check Limit Enter the limit as 20.4.00 3. © SAP AG Page 48 of 203 . Result Data was saved.8 Use Defining Screen Layout at Document Level The purpose of this activity is to make tax code mandatory field in purchase documents as this very important in excise related transactions.00 Tolerance Limit % Percentage Check the Limit Tolerance Limit % Tolerance key R R R Select the radio button Check Limit Enter the limit as 10. 3.00 Enter or select entry from drop down list SE Company code Amount in Company code Amount in company code currency Percentage Do not check the Limit Tolerance Limit % Percentage Check the Limit Tolerance Limit % R R Enter BP0X Enter INR Lower Limit Check Limit Tolerance limit % Upper Limit Check Limit Tolerance limit % R R Select the radio button Do not Check R R Select the radio button Check Limit Enter the limit as 10.

freight etc. SAP R/3 Standard system is delivered with two India specific pricing procedures JIMPOR – IN: Purchase for Imported materials and JRM000 . Access Sequence.4. Access sequence. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Transaction Code Materials Management → Purchasing → Purchase Order → Define Screen Layout at Document Level SPRO 2. The same is used for this IMG activity. surcharges. Procedure 1. entry and select check box Reqd.9 Use Defining the Condition types. condition tables which are representing different pricing elements like discounts. 3. Choose ME21N Purchase Order transaction code under field marked with FldSl and Choose Details icon. Condition Tables In this you are going to define condition types. 3. 4. 5.IN: Purchasing for Domestic materials procurement process along with relevant condition types there in. make the following entries: 3. On the Change View “Screen Layout: Purchase Orders”: Overview screen. 6. On the Maintain Table T162: Field Selection Group screen double-choose GR/IR Ctrl then system will take you to the Maintain Table T162: Fields for Field Selection Group screen. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction Code IMG Menu M/06 Materials Management  Purchasing  Conditions  Define Price Determination Process  Define Condition Types 2. For the reference of users the condition types used in both the pricing procedures are listed below: Conditio Description n Type FRB1 Freight (Value) GRWR Statistical Value JCDB IN Basic customs JCDS IN Special customs JCV1 IN CVD JEXC IN Manual Excise JEXS Taxes on the PO © SAP AG Page 49 of 203 . De-select the check box Opt. Choose Back to come back twice and save the entry by choosing Save icon or ctrl + S.entry against Tax Code field label.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Procedure 1.

5. a calculation schema .a framework of steps used to calculate costs. 6. (Value) NAVS Non-Deductible Tax P000 Gross Price P001 Gross Price R000 Discount % on Gross R001 Discount/Quantity R002 Absolute discount R003 Discount % on Net SKTO Cash Discount 4.IN CVD. Copy two new condition types JECV with description as ECess on IN CVD and JEDB with description as ECess on IN BCD. Access sequence and Condition Tables will come as part of SAP Standard Delivery. prices and taxes etc. both the condition types need to be coped from existing SAP standard condition type JCV1 . Access sequence 0002 and KB01 are using the following Condition Tables: Access Condition Sequence Table Description 0002 118 Empties Prices (Material-Dependent) 0002 68 Outline Agreement Item: Plant-Dependent 0002 16 Contract Item 0002 16 Contract Item 0002 67 Plant Info Record per Order Unit 0002 17 Material Info Record (Plant-Specific) 0002 66 Info record per order unit 0002 18 Material Info Record 0002 25 Info Record for Non-Stock Item (Plant-Specific) 0002 28 Info Record for Non-Stock Item 0002 67 Plant Info Record per Order Unit 0002 17 Material Info Record (Plant-Specific) 0002 66 Info record per order unit 0002 18 Material Info Record KB01 19 Contract Header 8. All the above condition types. Apart from using above mentioned SAP standard delivered condition types the following new condition types were copied to take care of ECess (Education Cess).10 Use Defining the Calculation Schemas In the Materials Management area. © SAP AG Page 50 of 203 . Condition type P000 is assigned with SAP Standard Access Sequence 0002 and condition type K000 is assigned KB01 access sequence both of these access sequence are SAP Standard delivered. 3.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide JOCM IN Octroi K000 Contrct Header Disc % KR00 Header Disc. 7.4.

SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Procedure 1.IN: Purchasing for domestic purchases 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Step 001 001 010 010 010 010 010 010 015 016 019 020 021 022 025 035 040 070 080 Reqt 000 006 000 000 000 000 000 000 Cntr 01 02 01 02 03 04 05 06 00 00 00 00 01 00 00 01 00 00 00 CTyp P000 P001 R000 R001 R002 KR00 K000 R003 Description Gross Price Gross Price Discount % on Gross Discount/Quantity Absolute discount Header Disc. JRM000 . tax IN Octroi Cash Discount Actual value Statistical Value Taxes on the PO Stat AltCTy 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 From 000 000 001 000 000 000 000 000 005 000 015 000 019 020 022 020 000 020 000 AltCBV 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 To 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 010 000 000 000 000 021 000 000 000 000 000 ActKy X X Man .IN: Purchasing for Domestic materials procurement process. disc. For the reference of users both the SAP Standard pricing procedures are reproduced here under. + freigh Net value incl. disc. The same is used for this IMG activity. Prin t X X X X X X X X Md t X X X X X JEXC NAVS JOCM SKTO GRW R JEXS X Accrls SubTo 9 9 6 © SAP AG Page 51 of 203 . Non-Deductible Tax Net value incl.(Value) Contrct HeaderDisc % Discount % on Net Net including price and dis IN Manual Excise Net value incl. SAP R/3 Standard system is delivered with two India specific pricing procedures JIMPOR – IN: Purchase for Imported materials and JRM000 . 3. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction Code IMG Menu M/08 Materials Management  Purchasing  Conditions  Define Price Determination Process  Define Calculation Schema 2.

tax IN Basic customs IN Special customs IN CVD Freight (Value) Cash Discount ECess on IN CVD ECess on IN BCD Actual value Statistical Value SubTo 9 9 6 Stat AltCTy 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 From 000 000 001 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 022 022 022 022 020 027 025 000 020 AltCBV 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 To 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 ActKy Man. X X X X X Accrls 5 X 3 © SAP AG Page 52 of 203 .IN: Purchasing for imported materials purchases 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Step 001 001 010 010 010 010 010 010 016 020 021 022 025 026 027 029 035 037 038 040 070 Print X X X X X X X X X Cntr 01 02 01 02 03 04 05 06 00 00 01 00 00 00 00 00 01 00 00 00 00 Mdt CTyp P000 P001 R000 R001 R002 KR00 K000 R003 JEXC NAVS JCDB JCDS JCV1 FRB1 SKTO JECV JEDB GRWR Reqt 000 006 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 Description Gross Price Gross Price Discount % on Gross Discount/Quantity Absolute discount Header Disc.(Value) Contrct HeaderDisc % Discount % on Net IN Manual Excise Net value incl. disc.SAP Best Practices 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 017 000 008 000 J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 5 X 3 X S C X X FRE FR1 JIMPOR . Non-Deductible Tax Net value incl.

Field name Schema gp. Vnd.11 Use Defining the Schema Groups In this setting you are going to create schema groups for purchase organization and vendors. Vnd. 3. Procedure 1. Description Schema gp. which are group in to two groups so that both indigenous and imported pricing procedures are accessed in Purchase Orders.4. 3. Select Schema Groups: Vendor the first option to define vendor schemas first. Save the entry by choosing on Save icon or choose Control + S. Result Data was saved if modified the standard pricing procedures. Description Description Schema Group of Vendor Description of schema group Schema Group of Vendor Description of schema group R/O/C R R R R User action and values ZD DOMESTIC VENDORS ZI IMPORTED VENDORS Note Input the value Input the value Input the value Input the value 4. After selecting this transaction system will give a popup screen. Make the following entries by choosing New Entries Icon. If you want any changes over and above standard pricing procedures please copy the procedure with Z as preceding character to your own name and modify as per your requirement.SAP Best Practices 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 000 000 000 000 017 000 000 000 008 J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 FR3 FR3 FR3 FR3 FR3 FR3 X S C X 4. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction Code IMG Menu SPRO Materials Management  Purchasing  Conditions  Define Price Determination Process  Define Schema Group 2. © SAP AG Page 53 of 203 .

p.e. In the new screen make the following entries by choosing New Entries Icon.org. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction Code IMG Menu SPRO Materials Management  Purchasing  Conditions  Define Price Determination Process  Define Schema Determination © SAP AG Page 54 of 203 . Result Data was saved. In popup screen select the third entry i. Assignment of Schema Group to Purchasing Organization.12 Use Defining Schema Determination In this step. descry. In the new screen make the following entries by selecting BP01 purchase organization. which you have already created in above steps. In popup screen select the second entry i.4. Procedure 1.org. Description Purchase Organization Description of purchase organization Schema group of purchase organization R R/O/C User action and values BP01 Purchase Orgn. 10. For assignment of purchase organization schema group to purchase organization choose Green Arrow (F3) icon. 9. Field name Schema gp. Field name POrg Purch. POrg Description Description Purchase organization schema group Description of schema group R/O/C R User action and values BP01 Note Input the value R Schema purchasing org. you assign purchasing transactions and processes to a calculation schema. 11.e. Choose Enter key and save the entry by choosing on Save icon or choose Control + S. Schema group.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 5. Choose Enter key and save the entry by choosing on Save icon or choose Control + S. This step will actually pick the respective indigenous or imported pricing procedures in purchase documents. Schema Groups for Purchasing Organizations. For defining schema group for purchase organization choose Green Arrow (F3) icon. BP01 Note Select the line Grayed out Select the line Grayed out Make the entry Make the entry in the field by BP01 12. 7. BP01 Input the value 8. 6. 3.

SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 2. R BP01 Enter the value R R ZI JIMPOR for imported vendors Enter the value Enter the value 4. POrg Schema gp.4. Make the following entries by choosing New Entries Icon. 3.13 Creating Output – Condition Records: Request for Quotation Use In this step you are going to create condition record for outputting the document. After selecting this transaction system will give a popup screen. Description Schema group of purchase organization Schema group of vendor Pricing procedure or Calculation schema Schema group of purchase organization Schema group of vendor Pricing procedure or Calculation schema R/O/C R User action and values BP01 Note Enter the value R R ZD JRM000 for domestic vendors Enter the value Enter the value Schema gp. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction Code SAP Easy Access Menu MN01 Logistics  Materials Management  Purchasing  Master Data  Messages  Request for Quotation © SAP AG Page 55 of 203 . Result Data was saved. Vnd Proc. 3. Choose Enter key and save the entry by choosing on Save icon or choose Control + S. POrg Schema gp. Procedure 1. Field name Schema gp. Vnd Proc. Select Determine Calculation Schema for Standard Purchase Orders the first.

Type PartF Medium Date/time Select this line item and Output Device Description Document Type Partner Print medium Date and time Choose Communication icon Printer name R Give appropriate printer name Input value R/O/C R R R R User action and values AN VN 1 3 Note Input value Input value Input value Input value 5. 3. 3. in put the value NEU in the field and choose Enter. 4.Type Description Document Type R/O/C R User action and values NB Note Input value © SAP AG Page 56 of 203 . Make the following entries. select Purchasing Output Determination: Document Type the third icon. Result Condition records saved. select Purchasing Output Determination: Document Type the third icon. After selecting system will give a popup screen with three radio buttons.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 2. Field name Doc. On the screen Create Condition Record (RFQ): Fast Entry.4. Field name Doc. 3. Make the following entries. After selecting system will give a popup screen with three radio buttons. On screen Create Output – Condition Records: Purchase Order you will get Output Type field. On screen Create Output – Condition Records: Purchasing RFQ you will get Output Type field. Procedure 1. 4. On the screen Create Condition Record (Purchase Order): Fast Entry. Choose Enter key and save the entry by choosing on Save icon or choose Control + S.14 Use Creating Output – Condition Records: Purchase Order In this step you are going to create condition record for outputting the document. in put the value NEU in the field and choose Enter. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction Code SAP Easy Access Menu MN04 Logistics  Materials Management Purchasing  Master Data  Messages  Purchase Order 2.

Field name Doc.15 Creating Output – Condition Records: Outline Agreement Use In this step you are going to create condition record for outputting the document.4. Result Condition records saved. Choose Enter key and save the entry by choosing on Save icon or choose Control + S. 3. you will get Output Type field in put the value NEU in the field and choose Enter.SAP Best Practices Field name PartF Medium Date/time Select this line item and Output Device Description Partner Print medium Date and time Choose Communication icon Printer name J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide R/O/C R R R User action and values VN 1 3 Note Input value Input value Input value R Give appropriate printer name Input value 5. Make the following entries. select Purchasing Output Determination: Document Type the third icon. 3. 4.Type PartF Medium Date/time Description Document Type Partner Print medium Date and time R/O/C R R R R User action and values MK for quantity contract WK for value contract VN 1 3 Input value Input value Input value Note Input value © SAP AG Page 57 of 203 . Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction Code SAP Easy Access Menu MN07 Logistics  Materials Management Purchasing  Master Data  Messages  Outline Agreement 2. On screen Create Output – Condition Records: Purch. Procedure 1. After selecting system will give a popup screen with three radio buttons. Outline Agr. On the screen Create Condition Record (Outline Agreement): Fast Entry.

Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Materials Management → Purchasing → Partner Determination → Partner Roles → Define Permissible Partner Roles per Account Group SPRO Transaction Code 2. Procedure 1.16 Use Defining Permissible Partner Roles per Account Group The purpose of this activity is in this step.SAP Best Practices Field name Select this line item and Output Device Description Choose Communication icon Printer name J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide R/O/C User action and values Note R Give appropriate printer name Input value 5. On the Change view “Permissible Partner Roles per Account Group”: Overview screen. 3. Choose New Entries icon to add the new entries. you can specify for each account group of the vendor which roles the vendor may assume. Result Condition records saved. Choose Enter key and save the entry by choosing on Save icon or choose Control + S.4. make the following entries: 3. Field name Funct Group Funct Group Funct Group Funct Description Partner function Vendor Account Group Partner function Vendor Account Group Partner function Vendor Account Group Partner function User action and values GS BP01 VN BP01 IP BP01 OA Note © SAP AG Page 58 of 203 .

18 Use Assigning Partner Schemas to Vendor Groups In this step you are going to assign partner schemas to vendor account groups Procedure 1. 3. i.SAP Best Practices Field name Group Description J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide User action and values BP01 Note Vendor Account Group 4. Choose Enter to continue and choose Save icon to save the entries. OA. 5. 5.4.e. PI and GS and select check boxes under Mandatory . You can specify that certain roles in a schema are mandatory. Procedure 1. 3. 4. cannot be changed after entry.17 Use Defining Partner Schemas The purpose of this activity is partner schemas allow you to group various partner roles. make the following entries: 3. On the View “Partner Schemas Vendor Master: Change: screen. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Materials Management → Purchasing → Partner Determination → Partner Settings in Vendor Master Record → Assign Partner Schemas to Account Groups SPRO Transaction Code © SAP AG Page 59 of 203 . Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Materials Management → Purchasing → Partner Determination → Partner Settings in Vendor Master Record → Define Partner Schemas SPRO Transaction Code 2.4. You can maintain additional entries if required for other account groups also. Choose partner function under Funct VN. Choose Enter to continue and choose Save icon to save the entries. Choose L1 ParPr and choose Partner Functions in Procedure under dialog structure.

Procedure 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Transaction Code Materials Management → Purchasing → Vendor Evaluation → Define Purchasing Organization Data for Vendor Evaluation SPRO © SAP AG Page 60 of 203 .SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 2. make the following entries: 3. Choose Enter to complete the entries and choose Save icon to save the entries. PS plnt respectively. Choose BP01 Vendor for BP01. 3. Field name Subcrit. make the following entries.) under Group and input values L1.19 Use Vendor Evaluation – Defining Criteria The purpose of this activity is in this step. L2. Choose New Entries icon and make the following entries. 4.4. Choose 04 Service under Eval. On the Change View “Assignment of Partner Schemas to Account Groups”: Overvi screen.20 Defining Purchase Organization Data for Vendor Evaluation Use The purpose of this activity is in this step. L3 in PS POrg. Choose Enter to continue and choose Save icon to save the entries. On the Change View “Main Criteria”: Overview screen. semi-automatically. or automatically. you define the criteria by which the system computes scores for vendors and specify whether the scores for the sub-criteria are computed manually. 4. Description of Criteria Description Sub-criteria Description of sub criteria User action and values 1 Service Level Note 5. 3.. 3.(External No. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Transaction Code Materials Management → Purchasing → Vendor Evaluation → Define Criteria SPRO 2.4. Procedure 1. you define individual Vendor Evaluation System settings for each purchasing organization. Criteria and choose Subcriteria in Dialog Structure. PS VSR.

7. Description Rounding profile Plant User action and values YG00 BP01 Note © SAP AG Page 61 of 203 . make the following entries. 6. Choose 04 Service under Criteria and choose Subcriteria under dialog structure. Weighting Description Sub criteria Weighting factor User action and values 1 1 Note 10. Choose 0001 under Purch. Choose New Entries icon and make the following entries.21 Use Maintaining Rounding Profiles The purpose of this activity is to maintain rounding profiles Procedure 1. 9. 3. On the Create Dynamic Rounding Profile screen Enter 3 against field Rounding off method. On the New Entries: Details of Added Entries screen. 8. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Transaction Code Logistics – General → Quantity Optimizing and Allowed Logistics Units of Measure → Maintain Rounding Profile OWD1 2. Choose Enter to complete the entries and choose Save icon to save the entries. choose Enter to complete the entries and choose Save to save the entries. 4. Choose BP01 Purchase Orgn. Then system will give a popup screen saying Specify Objects to be copied on this screen choose Copy all option. Then replace 0001 beside Purchasing Org.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 2. BP01 again and choose Main Criteria under dialog structure. Then system will complete copying and gives an information message saying Number of dependent entries copied: choose Enter to confirm. 4. 5. Field name Subcrit. of F6. 3. Organization and choose Copy As. On the Maintain Rounding Profile: Initial Screen screen.4. Maintain Y1 against Rounding rule. make the following entries Field name Rounding profile Plant Choose Dynamic (F5) 3. with BP01 and choose Enter.

22 Use Unit of Measure Rounding Rules The purpose of this activity is to crate unit of measure rounding rules.0 Note 3.unit of measure Description % rounding up Rounding rule Alt. 3. 3.4. Procedure 1. Field name Rounding rule Alt. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Transaction Code Logistics – General → Quantity Optimizing and Allowed Logistics Units of Measure → Maintain Rounding SPRO 2.4. On the Change View “Unit of Measure Rounding Rule”: Overview screen. BP03 and BP0X plant.unit of measure Description % rounding up Rounding rule Alt. Choose Enter to complete the entries and save by choosing Save (Ctrl + S).SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 5. BP02.unit of measure Description % rounding up Description Rounding rule Alternative unit of measure Description Percentage of rounding up Rounding rule Alternative unit of measure Description Percentage of rounding up Rounding rule Alternative unit of measure Description Percentage of rounding up User action and values Y1 CT Carton 80. By using above steps rounding rules have been configured for BP01. choose New Entries and make the following entries.0 Y1 LAG Layer 80.23 Use Maintaining Account Assignment Categories The purpose of this activity is to maintain account assignment categories © SAP AG Page 62 of 203 .0 Y1 PAL Pallet 80.

Asset subnumber. Sales document schedule.asg.24 Use Releasing Procedure for Purchase Documents © SAP AG Page 63 of 203 . choose New Entries make the following entries: Field name Acct Assignment Cat.assgts. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Transaction Code Materials Management → Purchasing → Account Assignment → Maintain Account Assignment Categories SPRO 2.acct. G/L account (Required field). Check this tick box Note AA Changeable at IR Check this tick box Consumption posting Acct modification Ind:Acct. On the Change View “Account Assignment Categories”: Overview screen. Cost CEnter. 3. Choose Enter to complete the entries and choose Save icon to save the entries. V VAX 1 Distribution Partial invoice Invoice receipt 1 2 Check this tick box On the field block. Mat.4.acct. Acct. assgt. Deletion indicator.scr. Details account assgt. Block. 3. choose Opt. Sales order. Entry for the following fields other fields can be Hidden. CO/PP order. Unloading point.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Procedure 1. Qty. Goods recipient/ship-to party. Project.changebale Description Account assignment category Account assignment changle Account assignment change at invoice receipt Consumption posting Account modification Account assignment indicator Distribution Partial invoice Invoice receipt User action and values 9 and description beside this field All aux.assgt./percent.

3. The person responsible processes the purchasing document in the system.1 Procedure Creation of Characteristics 1. Field name Select Addnl Data tab Table Name Field Name Table Name Field Name CEKKO GNETW Description User action and values Note + F3 to Choose Enter to continue. In put POVAL in filed Characteristic and choose Create (White paper) icon or Ctrl begin creation of characteristic. Choose Enter to complete the entries 5. while maintaining the dual Ctrl principle. make the following entries. thereby marking it with an "electronic signature" which can give the document legal force. Select Basic Data tab Description Status Data Type Number of characters Decimal places Currency Interval vals allowed Multiple Values Description Status Data type Number of characters Decimal places Currency Interval values allowed Multiple values allowed Total net order value Released Currency format 15 2 INR Check this tick box Select this radio button Selected by system 4. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Transaction Code Materials Management → Purchasing → Purchase Order → Release Procedure for Purchase Orders → Edit Characteristic CT04 2. © SAP AG Page 64 of 203 . The aim of this procedure is to replace manual written authorization procedures using signatures by an electronic one. 3.4. Choose Enter again to continue.24. Choose Save icon or Ctrl + S to save the characteristic. On the Characteristic screen. system will give an information message saying Format Data taken from ABAP dictionary.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide This setting is incorporated to just give demonstration of how SAP Release procedure works.

Result Class type 032: Class PORELPROC created.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 3. Choose Enter to complete the entries 4.4. make the following entries: Field name Class Class Type Description Status Characteristic Description Class Class Type Description Status Characteristic User action and values PORELPROC 032 Purchase Order Release Procedure Released POVAL Created in above step Note Choose Create icon or white paper icon to create new class. Choose Save icon or Ctrl + S to save the characteristic. On the Class screen.4. Tab to input characteristic name.3 Procedure Configuration of Release Procedure 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Materials Management → Purchasing → Purchase Order → Release Procedure for Purchase Orders → Define Release Procedure for Purchase Orders © SAP AG Page 65 of 203 . 3.24.24. Choose Char. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Transaction Code Materials Management → Purchasing → Purchase Order → Release Procedure for Purchase Orders → Edit Class CL02 2. 3.2 Procedure Creation of Class 1.

Choose Enter to complete the entries 10. Choose yellow arrow to go back to popup screen. 7. Choose New Entries icon and make the following entries: Field name Rel. 3. On executing the transaction system will give a popup screen choose Release Groups. Released Chgable Value change % Description Description Release Indicator Released Changeability Change of value Description User action and values 1 Leave it blank 4 10% Purchase Order Blocked Note © SAP AG Page 66 of 203 . 8. Group Class Description Description Release Group Class Name Description User action and values 02 PORELPROC PO Release Procedure to save the entries. Choose New Entries icon and make the following entries: Field name Release ind. 13.SAP Best Practices Transaction Code J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide SPRO 2. Choose Enter to complete the entries 5. Choose yellow arrow to go back to popup screen. Choose New Entries icon and make the following entries: Field name Grp Code Workflow Description Grp Code Workflow Description Description Release group Release Code Workflow Description Release group Release Code Workflow Description User action and values 02 01 Leave it blank Purchase Officer 02 02 Leave it blank Materials Manager to save the entries. Created in above step Note 4. Created in above step Note Created in above step 9. Choose Release indicator to select. 12. system will display Change View “Release Groups: External Purchasing Document”: Overview. Choose Save icon or Ctrl + S 6. Choose Save icon or Ctrl + S 11. Choose Release Codes to select.

Choose Enter to complete the entries. Choose Release prerequisites icon and select check box 02 at the bottom and choose Enter. 21. Choose Save icon or Ctrl + S 16. here you can see Total net order value is displayed. Choose Next Screen icon or choose F8 to continue. 24. Choose Classification icon. 27. please input >= 1. 17. Choose Continue. 26. 18. if you want to have different one you need to change the value © SAP AG Page 67 of 203 . If you want to simulate the release procedure you can choose Release Simulation icon. 1 and 2 entries one by one as a default.4. system will give a popup screen system will default 1.24. 23. System will give new screen New Entries: Details of Added Entries Field name Release Group Rel. To save the settings choose Save icon or Ctrl + S. Choose Release Strategies to select. 22. Choose Enter to complete the entries 15. Result Release procedure is saved. Released Changeable Description 14. Stategy Release Code Release Code Description Release group Release Strategy Release Code 1 Release Code 2 User action and values 02 S1 Capital Items Release 01 02 Note 20.00 is suggested in the following step of release procedure. Choose New Entries icon and make the following entries: 19. 1000000.00 INR value in the white placed and choose Enter. 3. Choose yellow arrow to go back to popup screen. Note Go to 2 line and input the following values: Release ind. 25. Choose Release statuses icon.4 Assignment of Values to Release Procedure As a default all the purchase documents >= Rs.SAP Best Practices Field name nd J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Description Release Indicator Released Changeability Description User action and values 2 Select Check box 6 Purchase Order Released to save the entries. Choose Enter to complete the entries.

SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide in the following step. you can group together valuation areas by activating the valuation grouping code. Strategy Choose Enter. 3. If you do not want release procedure you may change the value to Zero. Assign the value >= 1000000. Defining Valuation Control Procedure 1. Choose Enter to complete the entries 4.1 Use For account determination. On the Class screen. 3. System will give Class name in Assignments. Double choose Class Name. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction Code IMG Menu OMWM Materials Management  Valuation and Account Assignment  Account Determination  Account Determination without wizard  Define Valuation control © SAP AG Page 68 of 203 . to save the characteristic.5. Procedure 1. This makes the configuration of automatic postings much easier. make the following entries: Choose Enter to Assign values. Choose Save icon or Ctrl + S Cross-Application Components → Classification System → Assignments → Assign Object to Classes CL20N Description Class Type Release Group Release strategy User action and values 032 02 S1 Note 2.00 INR against filed Value. System will display Characteristic name Total net order value. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Transaction Code Field name Class Type Release group Rel.5 Valuation and Account Assignment Settings 3.

SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 2. Repeat the step above for BP03 depot plant. you assign the same valuation grouping code to the valuation areas you want to assign to the same account. Areas: Over view make the following entries: Field name Va.grpg Code R/O/C R R R R R User action and values Select BP02 Select BP01 India Best Practices Ltd CAIN Enter 0001 in this filed Input the value Note Select that line Select that line 4. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction Code IMG Menu OMWD Materials Management  Valuation and Account Assignment  Account Determination  Account Determination without wizard  Group Together Valuation Areas Description Valuation Area Company code Company Name Chart of Accounts Valuation Grouping code Description Valuation Area Company code Company Name Chart of Accounts Valuation Grouping code Description Valuation Area Company code R/O/C R R R R R User action and values Select BP01 Select BP01 India Best Practices Ltd CAIN Enter 0001 in this filed Input the value Note Select that line Select that line 2. Since you are going to use SAP Standard setting. Area CoCode Company Name Chrt/Accts Val. Field name Valuation grouping code Description Valuation grouping code R/O/C R User action and values Radio button will come as default selection Note No setting required 3. Area CoCode User action and values Select BP03 Select BP01 Note Select that line Select that line © SAP AG Page 69 of 203 . On the screen Acct Determination for Val.2 Use Grouping Together Valuation Areas The valuation grouping code makes it easier to set automatic account determination. Repeat the step above for BP02 depot plant. Procedure 1.5. Field name Va. Field name Va. no special settings are required.grpg Code 3. Area CoCode Company Name Chrt/Accts Val. Within the chart of accounts.

SAP Best Practices Field name Company Name Chrt/Accts Val.5.grpg Code Description J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide User action and values India Best Practices Ltd CAIN Enter 0001 in this filed Input the value Note Company Name Chart of Accounts Valuation Grouping code Description Valuation Area Company code Company Name Chart of Accounts Valuation Grouping code 5. If a transaction is to be posted to different accounts depending on the valuation class. Field name Va. Choose Enter key and save the entry by choosing on Save icon or choose Control + S. Result Data was saved. Repeat the step above for BP0X plant.3 Use Defining Valuation Classes The valuation class is a group of materials with the same account determination. Procedure 1.grpg Code User action and values Select BP0X Select BP0X India Best Practices Ltd CAIN Enter 0001 in this filed Input the value Note Select that line Select that line 6. System will display three push buttons select the first one Account category reference: Wherein all the SAP Standard settings are used. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction Code IMG Menu OMSK Materials Management  Valuation and Account Assignment  Account Determination  Account Determination without wizard  Define Valuation Classes 2. 3. In this IMG activity all the SAP Standard settings are used. 3. Field name Acct cat. Reference Description Description Account category reference Description of Account category reference R/O/C R R User action and values No action required No action required Note © SAP AG Page 70 of 203 . Area CoCode Company Name Chrt/Accts Val.

for operating supplies Reference for spare parts Reference for packaging Reference for trading goods Reference for services Ref. The following entries are already available in Standard SAP system and the same is being used here. 9. Account category reference 0001 0002 0003 0004 0005 0006 0007 0008 0009 5. for semi finished products Ref. Valuation Class 0710 0720 1210 3000 3001 3002 3003 3030 3031 3040 3050 3100 3200 3300 7900 Description of Valuation Class Equipment 1 Equipment 2 Spec. 8. for operating supplies Ref. To go to next step choose Green Arrow or F3. for non valuated material Ref. 7. No user action required. for non valuated material Ref. 6. In this setting a relation is established between Valuation Classes and Account Category References.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 4. complex fixed asset Raw materials 1 Raw materials 2 Raw materials 3 Raw materials 4 Operating supplies Operating supplies 2 Spare parts Packaging and empties Trading goods Services Non valuated material Account category reference 0001 0001 0002 0001 0001 0001 0001 0002 0002 0003 0004 0005 0006 0007 0008 Description Description Reference for raw materials Ref. for finished products Reference for raw materials Reference for raw materials Ref. for operating supplies Reference for spare parts Reference for packaging Reference for trading goods Reference for services Ref. System will again display three push buttons select the second one Valuation Class wherein all the SAP Standard settings are used. The following values already maintained in Standard SAP R/3 and the same is used. for operating supplies Reference for raw materials Reference for raw materials Reference for raw materials Reference for raw materials Ref. for semi finished products © SAP AG Page 71 of 203 .

for finished products Reference for trading goods Ref. perishable Perishables Semi finished products Trading goods Manufacturer parts Operating supplies Maintenance assemblies Intra materials Configurable materials Empties Returnable packaging Empties (retail) Apparel (seasonal) Non-stock materials Nonfoods Pipeline materials Trading goods (planned) 0005 0001 0005 Reference for trading goods Reference for raw materials Reference for trading goods 0001 0008 0004 0004 0004 0005 Reference for raw materials Ref. for finished products 10. The following entries are already available in Standard SAP system and the same is being used here.SAP Best Practices 7920 J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Semi finished products Finished products 0009 Ref. 12. No user action required. System will again display three push buttons select the third one Material Type/account category reference wherein all the SAP Standard settings are used. for semi finished products Reference for packaging Reference for packaging Reference for packaging Reference for trading goods 0002 Ref. for non valuated material © SAP AG Page 72 of 203 . for semi finished products Reference for trading goods Account category reference 0007 Description Ref. resources/tools Foods (excl. To go to next step choose Green Arrow or F3. In this setting a relation is established between Material types and Account Category References. 13. Material Type ABF CONT COUP DIEN ERSA FERT FGTR FHMI FOOD FRIP HALB HAWA HERS HIBE IBAU INTR KMAT LEER LEIH LGUT MODE NLAG NOF1 PIPE PLAN Material Type Description Waste Kanban containers Coupons Services Spare parts Finished products Beverages Prod. for operating supplies 0005 0006 0003 0009 0005 0008 0005 0005 0008 0005 Reference for trading goods Reference for services Reference for spare parts Ref. 14. 11. for semi finished products Reference for trading goods Reference for trading goods Ref.

5.5. On the Activate Valuation screen. Procedure 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Materials Management → Valuation and Account Assignment → Account Determination → Account Determination Without Wizard → Define Valuation Classes OMSK Transaction Code © SAP AG Page 73 of 203 .5 Use Defining Valuation Class for HAWA The purpose of this activity is to create new valuation class for material type HAWA. for finished product Ref. choose radio button against Split material valuation active. 3. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Transaction Code Materials Management → Valuation and Account Assignment → Split Valuation → Activate Split Valuation OMW0 2. Choose Enter to complete the entries and save the entries by choosing Save icon. Procedure 1. 3. No user action is required.SAP Best Practices PROC PROD ROH UNBW VERP VKHM VOLL WERB WERT WETT J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Process materials Product groups Raw materials Nonvaluated materials Packaging Additionals Full products Product catalogs Value-only materials Competitor products 0009 0008 0001 0007 0004 0005 0005 0005 0005 Ref. for non valuated mate Reference for packaging Reference for trading goods Reference for trading goods Reference for trading goods Reference for trading goods 15. 3. for semi finished pro Reference for raw materials Ref.4 Use Activating Split Valuation The purpose of this activity is to activate split valuation.

3.5. choose Valuation class choose New Entries and make the following entries Field name ValCl Description Acct cat. Here in this step all the standard settings from SAP are used and are mentioned in the following table: Chart of Transaction Valuation General Valuation Debit G/L Credit G/L Accoun Key grouping Modification Class Account Account t code CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN AKO AKO AKO AKO AKO AKO AKO AKO AKO AKO AKO AUM AUM 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 3000 3001 3030 3031 3040 3050 3100 3200 3300 7900 7920 3000 3001 58012000 58012000 58012000 58012000 58012000 58012000 58012000 58012000 58012000 58012000 58012000 58012000 58012000 45500000 45500000 45500000 45500000 45500000 45500000 45500000 45500000 45500000 45500000 45500000 45500000 45500000 © SAP AG Page 74 of 203 . Procedure 1. Description Valuation class Description Account category reference User action and values 3110 Trading goods Project 0005 Note 3. On the screen Automatic Postings please select the push button Account assignment icon. 3. you enter the system settings for Inventory Management and Invoice Verification transactions for automatic postings to G/L accounts.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 2. On the Account Category Reference / Valuation Class screen.6 Use Configuring Automatic Account Assignment In this step. Choose Enter to complete the entries and save by choosing Save icon. Ref. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction Code IMG Menu OMWB Materials Management  Valuation and Account Assignment  Account Determination  Account Determination without wizard  Configure Automatic Postings 2.

SAP Best Practices CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN AUM AUM AUM AUM AUM AUM AUM AUM AUM BSD BSD BSD BSD BSD BSD BSD BSD BSD BSD BSV BSV BSV BSV BSV BSV BSV BSV BSV BSV BSX BSX BSX BSX BSX BSX BSX BSX BSX BSX BSX BSX BSX BSX DIF EKG EKG EKG EKG EKG EKG J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 3002 3003 3030 3031 3040 3050 3100 7900 7920 3000 3001 3002 3003 3030 3031 3040 3050 7900 7920 3000 3001 3002 3003 3030 3040 3050 3100 7900 7920 58012000 58012000 58012000 58012000 58012000 58012000 58012000 58012000 58012000 58012000 58012000 58012000 58012000 58012000 58012000 58012000 58012000 58012000 58012000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50200000 50200000 24330000 24330000 53120000 24340000 24340000 24340000 24340000 24100000 24100000 24110000 24120000 24300000 24310000 24300000 58013000 53030000 53030000 53030000 53030000 53030000 53030000 45500000 45500000 45500000 45500000 45500000 45500000 45500000 45500000 45500000 45500000 45500000 45500000 45500000 45500000 45500000 45500000 45500000 45500000 45500000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50200000 50200000 24330000 24330000 53120000 24340000 24340000 24340000 24340000 24100000 24100000 24110000 24120000 24300000 24310000 24300000 45600000 53030000 53030000 53030000 53030000 53030000 53030000 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 1210 3000 3001 3002 3003 3030 3031 3040 3050 3100 7900 7920 3000 3001 3002 3003 3030 3040 © SAP AG Page 75 of 203 .

SAP Best Practices CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN EKG EKG EKG FR1 FR2 FR3 FR4 FRE FRL GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 0001 0001 0001 3050 3100 7900 53030000 53030000 53030000 50600000 14800000 34300000 14810000 50600000 58120000 50200000 50200000 50200000 50200000 50200000 24341000 24341000 24341000 24341000 24341000 24341000 24301000 24301000 24301000 58012000 58012000 58012000 58012000 58012000 58012000 58012000 58012000 58012000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50200000 50200000 50000000 50000000 58010000 58010000 58021100 58152000 50200000 50200000 50000000 53030000 53030000 53030000 50600000 14800000 34300000 14810000 50600000 58120000 50200000 50200000 50200000 50200000 50200000 24341000 24341000 24341000 24341000 24341000 24341000 24301000 24301000 24301000 45500000 45500000 45500000 45500000 45500000 45500000 45500000 45500000 45500000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50200000 50200000 50000000 50000000 58010000 58010000 58021100 58152000 50200000 50200000 50000000 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 AUA AUA AUF AUF AUF BSA BSA BSA BSA BSA BSA BSA BSA BSA INV INV INV INV INV INV INV INV INV VAX VAX VAX VAX VAX VAX VAX VAX VAX VAY VAY VAY VAY VAY VAY VAY VAY VBO 7900 7920 3040 7900 7920 3000 3001 3002 3030 3040 3050 3100 7900 7920 3001 3002 3030 3031 3040 3050 3100 7900 7920 3000 3001 3030 3031 3040 3050 3100 7900 7920 3000 3001 3030 3031 3040 3050 7900 7920 3000 © SAP AG Page 76 of 203 .

SAP Best Practices CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 VBO VBO VBO VBO VBO VBO VBO VBO VBR VBR VBR VBR VBR VBR VBR VBR VBR VKA VKA VKA VKA VKA VKA VKA VKA VNG VNG VNG VNG VNG VNG VNG VNG VNG VQP VQP VQP VQP VQP VQP VQP VQP VQP VQY VQY VQY VQY VQY VQY VQY 3001 3030 3031 3040 3050 3100 7900 7920 3000 3001 3030 3031 3040 3050 7900 7920 3000 3001 3030 3031 3040 3050 7900 7920 3000 3001 3030 3031 3040 3050 3100 7900 7920 3000 3001 3030 3031 3040 3050 3100 7900 7920 3000 3001 3030 3031 3040 3050 3100 50000000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50200000 50200000 50000000 50000000 50000000 58010000 58010000 58021100 58152000 50100000 50200000 50000000 50000000 58010000 58010000 58021100 58152000 50200000 50200000 58014000 58014000 58014000 58014000 58014000 58014000 58014000 50100000 50100000 58015000 58015000 58015000 58015000 58015000 58015000 58015000 58015000 58015000 58015000 58015000 58015000 58015000 58015000 58015000 58015000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50200000 50200000 50000000 50000000 50000000 58010000 58010000 58021100 58152000 50100000 50200000 50000000 50000000 58010000 58010000 58021100 58152000 50200000 50200000 58014000 58014000 58014000 58014000 58014000 58014000 58014000 50100000 50100000 58015000 58015000 58015000 58015000 58015000 58015000 58015000 58015000 58015000 58015000 58015000 58015000 58015000 58015000 58015000 58015000 © SAP AG Page 77 of 203 .

SAP Best Practices CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB GBB KDG KDM KDR KDV KTR LKW LKW LKW LKW LKW LKW LKW LKW LKW LKW LKW MVA PRC PRC PRC PRC PRC PRC PRC PRC PRC PRC PRC PRD PRG PRK PRP PRQ PRV PRY QST RAP J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 VQY VQY ZOB ZOB ZOB ZOB ZOB ZOB ZOB ZOB ZOB ZOF ZOF 7900 7920 3000 3001 3030 3031 3040 3050 3100 7900 7920 7900 7920 50100000 50100000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50200000 50200000 50200000 50200000 58240000 58240000 58240000 58240000 50200000 58166000 58166000 58166000 58166000 58166000 58166000 58166000 58166000 58166000 58166000 58166000 34100000 58013000 58013000 58013000 58013000 58013000 58013000 58013000 58013000 58013000 58013000 58013000 58013000 58013000 58013000 58013000 50200000 58013000 58013000 13113900 58013000 50100000 50100000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50000000 50200000 50200000 50200000 50200000 44400000 44400000 44400000 44400000 50200000 58166000 58166000 58166000 58166000 58166000 58166000 58166000 58166000 58166000 58166000 58166000 34100000 45600000 45600000 45600000 45600000 45600000 45600000 45600000 45600000 45600000 45600000 45600000 45600000 45600000 45600000 45600000 50200000 45600000 45600000 13113900 45600000 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 A 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 3000 3001 3002 3003 3030 3031 3040 3050 3100 7900 7920 3000 3001 3002 3003 3030 3031 3040 3050 3100 7900 7920 © SAP AG Page 78 of 203 .

To assign GL accounts for newly created valuation class do the following activities: 6. On the screen Automatic Postings please select the push button Account assignment icon. 3.5. 7. No user action is required.SAP Best Practices CAIN RKA CAIN UMB CAIN UMB CAIN UMB CAIN UMB CAIN UMB CAIN UMB CAIN UMB CAIN UMB CAIN UMB CAIN UMB CAIN UMB CAIN UMD CAIN UPF CAIN WRX 4. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Materials Management → Valuation and Account Assignment → Account Determination → Configure Price Change in Previous © SAP AG Page 79 of 203 . Choose Enter to continue and choose save to save the entries. J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 34400000 58013000 58013000 58013000 58013000 58013000 58013000 58013000 58013000 58013000 58013000 58013000 58013000 58160000 13110100 34400000 45600000 45600000 45600000 45600000 45600000 45600000 45600000 45600000 45600000 45600000 45600000 45600000 58160000 13110100 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 3000 3001 3002 3003 3030 3031 3040 3050 3100 7900 7920 5. Here in this step all the settings made for the valuation class created in above step mentioned in the following table: ChAc Chart of accounts Trs Transaction key VGCd Vauation Grouping code AM Accoun t modifier ValCl Valuation class G/L Acct Debit G/L Accoun t 500000 243000 243010 580120 502000 580130 G/L Acct Credit G/L Account 500000 243000 243010 455000 502000 456000 CAIN BSV 0001 3110 CAIN BSX 0001 3110 CAIN GBB 0001 BSA 3110 CAIN GBB 0001 INV 3110 CAIN GBB 0001 VAX 3110 CAIN UMB 0001 3110 8. Procedure 1.7 Use Configuring Price Change in Previous Period/Previous Year The purpose of this activity is to configure price change in previous period / previous year.

6 Logistics Invoice Verification Settings 3.6.1 Use In this step of IMG activity you are going to maintain default tax code for Company Codes.over Description Company code Price carryover Company code Price carryover User action and values BP01 Do not check this tick box BP0X Do not check this tick box Note 3. Field name Company Code Company Code Description Company code Enter Company code Enter 4. Choose Enter to complete the entries and choose Save icon to save the entries. Maintaining Default Values for Tax Codes Procedure 1. On the screen Tax Defaults in Invoice Verification screen maintain the following entries: 3. On the Change View “Price Change in Previous Period. R R/O/C R User action and values BP01 Choose Enter BP0X Choose Enter Input the value Note Input the value Result © SAP AG Page 80 of 203 . 3. Choose New Entries icon or choose F5. Choose Save or Control + S to save the settings. make the following entries Field name CoCd Price carr. not in current period”: screen. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction Code IMG Menu SPRO Materials Management  Logistics Invoice Verification  Incoming Invoices  Maintain Default Values for Tax Codes 2.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Period/Previous Year Transaction Code SPRO 2.over CoCd Price carr.

On the screen Posting Delivery Costs: screen maintain the following entries: 3. 4.SAP Best Practices Data was saved.3 Use Configuring How Unplanned Delivery Costs are Posted In this step of IMG activity you are going to define how system is going to take care of Unplanned Delivery Cost for Company Codes. you configure whether you can make postings to G/L accounts and material accounts during invoice entry and document parking. J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 3. Select check box against Dir . Select check box against Dir.2 Use Activating Direct Posting to G/L Accounts and Material Accounts In this step. 3. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Materials Management → Logistics Invoice Verification → Incoming Invoices → Activate Direct Posting to G/L Accounts and Material Accounts SPRO Transaction Code 2. Procedure 1. posting to matl = active. Procedure 1.6. Field name Company Code Company Code Description Company code Enter Company code R R/O/C R User action and values BP01 Choose Enter BP0X Input the value Note Input the value © SAP AG Page 81 of 203 . make the following entries.6. Choose New Entries icon or choose F5. 3.posting to G/L Acct = active. Invoice Verification screen. On the Change view “Customizing: Direct posting in Log. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction Code IMG Menu SPRO Materials Management  Logistics Invoice Verification  Incoming Invoices  Configure How Unplanned Delivery Costs Are Posted 2.

Procedure 1.5 Use Setting Tolerance Limits for Logistics Invoice Verification © SAP AG Page 82 of 203 . Choose New Entries icon or choose F5. Result Data was saved.SAP Best Practices Field name Description Enter J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide R/O/C User action and values Choose Enter Note 4.6. If BP01 entry already maintained please leave it as it is or. 3. 3. On the screen Treatment of Exch. Choose Save or Control + S to save the settings.4 Use Configuring How Exchange Rate Differences are treated In this step of IMG activity you are going to define how exchange rages are going to be taken care for Company Codes when exchange rate fluctuates. R R/O/C R User action and values BP01 Choose Enter BP0X Choose Enter Input the value Note Input the value 4. Field name Company Code Company Code Description Company code Enter Company code Enter 5. Choose Save or Control + S to save the settings.6. Rate Differences: screen maintain the following entries: 3. Result Data was saved. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction Code IMG Menu SPRO Materials Management  Logistics Invoice Verification  Incoming Invoices  Configure How Exchange Rate Differences are Treated 2.

Choose New Entries icon to get new screen.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide When processing an invoice. Various different types of variances are defined in tolerance keys. Field name Tolerance key Company code Upper Limit Tolerance key Company code Upper Limit Tolerance key Company code Upper Limit Description Tolerance key Company code Absolute Tolerance key Company code Absolute Tolerance key Company code Absolute R/O/C R R R R R R R R R User action and values AN BP01 Radio button Do not check AP BP01 Radio button Do not check BD BP01 Radio button Check limit Val. On the screen Tolerance Limits: Overview. 2.56 Tolerance key Company code Lower Limit Tolerance key Company code Percentage R R R BR BP01 Radio button Check Limit Tolerance limit% 25 Upper limit Percentage R Radio button Check Limit Tolerance limit% 25 Tolerance key Company code Lower Limit Tolerance key Company code Percentage R R R BW BP01 Radio button Check Limit Tolerance limit% 5 Upper limit Percentage R Radio button Check Limit Tolerance limit% 2 Note Input the value Input the value Select radio button Input the value Input the value Select radio button Input the value Input the value Select radio button and input value Input the value Input the value Select radio button and input value Select radio button and input value Input the value Input the value Select radio button and input value Select radio button and input value © SAP AG Page 83 of 203 . Procedure 1. the SAP R/3 System checks each item for variances between the invoice and the purchase order or goods receipt. enter the following details 3. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction Code IMG Menu OMR6 Materials Management  Logistics Invoice Verification  Incoming Block  Set Tolerance Limits 2.

23 Note Input the value Input the value Select radio button Select radio button Select radio button Select radio button Input the value Input the value Select radio button Input the value Input the value Select radio button and input value Select radio button and input value Select radio button and input value Select radio button and input value Input the value Input the value Select radio button and input value Select radio button and input value Select radio button and input value Select radio button and input value Upper limit Absolute R Radio button Check Limit Tolerance limit 5.11 Lower Limit Percentage R Radio button Check Limit Tolerance limit% 20 Upper limit Percentage R Radio button Check Limit Tolerance limit% 5 © SAP AG Page 84 of 203 .23 Upper limit Absolute R Radio button Check Limit Tolerance limit 5.SAP Best Practices Field name Tolerance key Company code Lower Limit Upper limit Lower Limit Upper limit Tolerance key Company code Upper Limit Tolerance key Company code Lower Limit Description Tolerance key Company code Absolute Absolute Percentage Percentage Tolerance key Company code Absolute Tolerance key Company code Absolute J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide R/O/C R R R R R R R R R R R R User action and values DQ BP01 Radio button Do not Check Radio button Do not check Radio button Do not Check Radio button Do not check DW BP01 Radio button Do not Check KW BP01 Radio button Check Limit Tolerance limit 10.11 Lower Limit Percentage R Radio button Check Limit Tolerance limit% 20 Upper limit Percentage R Radio button Check Limit Tolerance limit% 5 Tolerance key Company code Lower Limit Tolerance key Company code Absolute R R R PP BP01 Radio button Check Limit Tolerance limit 10.

23 Lower Limit Percentage R Radio button Check Limit Tolerance limit% 10 Upper limit Percentage R Radio button Check Limit Tolerance limit% 10 Tolerance key Company code Upper limit Tolerance key Company code Lower Limit Upper limit Tolerance key Company code Upper Limit Tolerance key Company code Upper Limit Tolerance key Company code Upper Limit Tolerance key Company code Absolute Tolerance key Company code Percentage Percentage Tolerance key Company code Absolute Tolerance key Company code Absolute Tolerance key Company code Absolute R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R ST BP01 Check limit 51. 2.00 AN BP0X Radio button Do not check AP BP0X Radio button Do not check BD BP0X Radio button Check limit Val.56 Tolerance key Company code Lower Limit Tolerance key Company code Percentage R R R BR BP0X Radio button Check Limit Tolerance limit% 25 © SAP AG Page 85 of 203 .SAP Best Practices Field name Tolerance key Company code Lower Limit Description Tolerance key Company code Absolute J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide R/O/C R R R User action and values PS BP01 Radio button Check Limit Tolerance limit 10.23 Note Input the value Input the value Select radio button and input value Select radio button and input value Select radio button and input value Select radio button and input value Input the value Input the value Input the value Input the value Input the value Input the value Input the value Input the value Select radio button Input the value Input the value Select radio button Input the value Input the value Select radio button and input value Input the value Input the value Select radio button and input value Upper limit Absolute R Radio button Check Limit Tolerance limit 10.13 VP BP01 Do not check Check limit 25.

23 Upper limit Absolute R Radio button Check Limit Tolerance limit 5.11 Lower Limit Percentage R Radio button Check Limit Tolerance limit% 20 Upper limit Percentage R Radio button Check Limit Tolerance limit% 5 Tolerance key Company code Tolerance key Company code R R PP BP0X © SAP AG Page 86 of 203 .SAP Best Practices Field name Upper limit Description Percentage J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide R/O/C R User action and values Radio button Check Limit Tolerance limit% 25 Note Select radio button and input value Input the value Input the value Select radio button and input value Select radio button and input value Input the value Input the value Select radio button Select radio button Select radio button Select radio button Input the value Input the value Select radio button Input the value Input the value Select radio button and input value Select radio button and input value Select radio button and input value Select radio button and input value Input the value Input the value Tolerance key Company code Lower Limit Tolerance key Company code Percentage R R R BW BP0X Radio button Check Limit Tolerance limit% 5 Upper limit Percentage R Radio button Check Limit Tolerance limit% 2 Tolerance key Company code Lower Limit Upper limit Lower Limit Upper limit Tolerance key Company code Upper Limit Tolerance key Company code Lower Limit Tolerance key Company code Absolute Absolute Percentage Percentage Tolerance key Company code Absolute Tolerance key Company code Absolute R R R R R R R R R R R R DQ BP0X Radio button Do not Check Radio button Do not check Radio button Do not Check Radio button Do not check DW BP0X Radio button Do not Check KW BP0X Radio button Check Limit Tolerance limit 10.

00 4.11 Lower Limit Percentage R Radio button Check Limit Tolerance limit% 20 Upper limit Percentage R Radio button Check Limit Tolerance limit% 5 Tolerance key Company code Lower Limit Tolerance key Company code Absolute R R R PS BP0X Radio button Check Limit Tolerance limit 10.23 Upper limit Absolute R Radio button Check Limit Tolerance limit 10. © SAP AG Page 87 of 203 .SAP Best Practices Field name Lower Limit Description Absolute J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide R/O/C R User action and values Radio button Check Limit Tolerance limit 10.23 Note Select radio button and input value Select radio button and input value Select radio button and input value Select radio button and input value Input the value Input the value Select radio button and input value Select radio button and input value Select radio button and input value Select radio button and input value Input the value Input the value Input the value Input the value Input the value Input the value Upper limit Absolute R Radio button Check Limit Tolerance limit 5.13 VP BP0X Do not check Check limit 25. Choose Enter key and Choose Save or Control + S to save entries.23 Lower Limit Percentage R Radio button Check Limit Tolerance limit% 10 Upper limit Percentage R Radio button Check Limit Tolerance limit% 10 Tolerance key Company code Upper limit Tolerance key Company code Lower Limit Upper limit Tolerance key Company code Absolute Tolerance key Company code Percentage Percentage R R R R R R R ST BP0X Check limit 51.

Check Reference. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Transaction Code Materials Management → Logistics Invoice Verification → Incoming Invoices → Configure Vendor-Specific Tolerances SPRO 2. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Transaction Code Materials Management → Logistics Invoice Verification → Incoming Invoices → Set Check for Duplicate Invoices SPRO 2.6 Use Vendor Specific Tolerances Configuration In this step. 3. On the Change View “Vendor-specific Tolerances”: Overview screen. you can configure for each company code if the system is to check for duplicate invoices when you Enter invoices. Select company code 0001 and choose Copy As (F6) icon and replace company code 0001 as BP0X and choose Enter to completely copy the entries.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 3. maintain the following entries.7 Use Setting of Checking Duplicate Invoices The In this step. Select company code 0001 and choose Copy As (F6) icon and replace company code 0001 as BP01 and choose Enter to completely copy the entries. make the following entries. code. Date. you define tolerance groups for each company code. If company codes does not exists on screen you can copy from 0001 company code. Procedure 1. You can assign these tolerance groups to each vendor in the vendor master record.6. 3. 6. Similarly you can maintain tolerance limits for BP0X company code also. 4. This check should prevent incoming invoices being Entered and paid more than once. 5. © SAP AG Page 88 of 203 . Procedure 1.6. System may give some information messages please choose Enter to continue. 3. System may give some information messages please choose Enter to continue. Check inv. Choose Enter to continue and save the entries by choosing Save icon. If company codes BP01 and BP0X already exist on screen select the Check boxes below Check Co. On the Change View “Duplicate Invoice Check”: Overview screen.

System will display a new screen Maintain Plant Parameters. on this various push buttons are available.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 3. 6. After completing the create formalities.1 Use In this work step. System will display a popup menu here on this screen maintain entry BP01 Plant code and Choose Maintain icon to continue. 4. do the settings one by one as per the following: Field name Environment Number ranges NRe pl. you make the settings that you require for carrying out consumption-based planning and for carrying out the material forecast and materials requirement planning. Enter BP01 Plant code here and Choose Create icon. Maintaining Plant Parameters Procedure 1. 7. System will display a new popup screen for entering Plant.reqmts Reservations and dependent requirement number ranges © SAP AG Page 89 of 203 . 5. 3. On the screen Plant Parameters for Materials Requirements Planning Choose Plant parameters block Choose Create. System will again display another popup menu here also Choose Create icon for BP01 plant./depend.7. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction Code IMG Menu OMI8 Materials Management  Consumption-Based Planning  Plant Parameters  Carry Out Overall Maintenance of Plant Parameters 2.7 Consumption Based Planning Settings 3. choose the second icon Maintain for maintaining plant parameters. orders Description Number ranges Planned orders Number range for planned orders Simulative planned orders Save R R R/O/C User action and values Choose Choose 01 01 Save and choose green arrow to come back to number range screen R Input the value Input the value Note Reserv.

StTrRes/DepR J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Description Number range R/O/C R User action and values 01 Save and choose green arrow to come back to number range screen Note Input the value Purchase requisitions Number range for purchase requisitions R 01 Input the value Save and choose green arrow to come back to number range screen MRP List MRP List number ranges R 01 Save and choose green arrow to come back to number range screen Sim. Dependent reqmts Simulative dependent requirements R 01 Input the value Input the value Save and choose green arrow to come back to number range screen Choose again green arrow to come main screen Master Data Plant MRP Controller MRP Controllers Plant MRP Controller Title of MRP Controller R R R Choose BP01 001/002/003 Controller One/two/three Save and choose green arrow to come back to Plant Parameters screen Floats Maintain Floats Choose Choose New Entries icon Choose New Entries Input the value Input the value Input the value © SAP AG Page 90 of 203 .SAP Best Practices Field name Nr.

External procurement Plant Scheduling info records and agreements O O Choose BP01 Check Input value Tick the box © SAP AG Page 91 of 203 .SAP Best Practices Field name Plant SMKey Go to second line Plant SMKey Op.req Plant Number of planned orders R O Choose BP01 500 Save and choose green arrow to come back to Plant Parameters screen Input value Input value Dep. J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Description Plant code Schedule margin key Plant code Schedule margin key Opening period Float before production Float after production Release period R/O/C R R User action and values BP01 000 Note Input value Input value R R O O O O BP01 001 10 2 1 5 Save and choose green arrow to come back to Plant Parameters screen Input value Input value Input value Input value Input value Input value Planned Orders Plant Number of planned orders Conv.plndOrd>purch. FIBefProd.reqmt vailability Plant ChR Plant code Check Rule for availability check R O R Choose BP01 PP Save and choose green arrow to come back to Plant Parameters screen Grayed out Planning run Plant Scheduing info record / agreem. FIAftrProd Release Per.Pd.

R 100 Input value Save and choose green arrow to come back to Plant Parameters screen 8.SAP Best Practices Field name Account assignment unknown J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Description Account assignment for unknown R/O/C O User action and values U Note Input value Save and choose green arrow to come back to Plant Parameters screen Planning horizon Planning horizon Planning horizon O Choose 100 Save and choose green arrow to come back to Plant Parameters screen Error handling Max. Error handling Maximum number of purchase order proposals Substitute MPR controller O Choose 500 Input value Input value SMRPG O 001 Save and choose green arrow to come back to Plant Parameters screen Input value Item numbers Item PurRq Item numbers Items numbers of purchase requisitions Item number of the stock transfer reservation R Choose 10 Input value Item of stock transfer resrv. To maintain plant parameters for other plants please repeat the following steps: © SAP AG Page 92 of 203 .ord. 9.pr.pur. Save the entries by choosing Save icon or by choosing Control + S on your key board.

on this various push buttons are available. choose the second icon Maintain for maintaining plant parameters. orders Description Number ranges Planned orders Number range for planned orders Simulative planned orders Save User action and values Choose Choose 01 01 Save and choose green arrow to come back to number range screen Input the value Input the value Note Reserv.StTrRes/DepR Purchase requisitions Number range for purchase requisitions 01 Input the value Save and choose green arrow to come back to number range screen MRP List MRP List number ranges 01 Save and choose green arrow to come back to number range screen Sim.reqmts Reservations and dependent requirement number ranges Number range 01 Save and choose green arrow to come back to number range screen Input the value Nr. System will display a new popup screen for Entering Plant. System will again display another popup menu here also choose Create icon for BP02 plant. After completing the create formalities. 12. 13./depend. 15. 11. System will display a popup menu here on this screen maintain entry BP02 Plant code and choose Maintain icon to continue. Enter BP02 Plant code here and choose Create icon. 14. On the screen Plant Parameters for Materials Requirements Planning choose Plant parameters block choose Create. System will display a new screen Maintain Plant Parameters. Dependent reqmts Simulative dependent requirements 01 Input the value Input the value © SAP AG Page 93 of 203 .SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 10. do the settings one by one as per the following: Field name Environment Number ranges NRe pl.

FIAftrProd Release Per.SAP Best Practices Field name J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Description User action and values Save and choose green arrow to come back to number range screen Choose again green arrow to come main screen Note Master Data Plant MRP Ctrller MRP Ctrllers Plant MRP Ctrller Title of MRP Ctrller Choose BP02 001/002/003 Ctrller One/two/three Save and choose green arrow to come back to Plant Parameters screen Choose New Entries Input the value Input the value Input the value Floats Maintain Floats Choose Choose New Entries icon Plant SMKey Go to second line Plant SMKey Op. FIBefProd.req Plant Number of planned orders Choose BP02 500 Input value Input value © SAP AG Page 94 of 203 .Pd. Plant code Schedule margin key Plant code Schedule margin key Opening period Float before production Float after production Release period BP02 000 Input value Input value BP02 001 10 2 1 5 Save and choose green arrow to come back to Plant Parameters screen Input value Input value Input value Input value Input value Input value Planned Orders Plant Number of planned orders Conv.plndOrd>purch.

pr.SAP Best Practices Field name J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Description User action and values Save and choose green arrow to come back to Plant Parameters screen Dep. Account assignment unknown External procurement Plant Scheduling info records and agreements Account assignment for unknown Choose BP02 Check Input value Tick the box U Input value Save and choose green arrow to come back to Plant Parameters screen Planning horizon Planning horizon Planning horizon Choose 100 Save and choose green arrow to come back to Plant Parameters screen Error handling Max.reqmt vailability Choose BP02 PP Save and choose green arrow to come back to Plant Parameters screen Grayed out Note Plant ChR Plant code Check Rule for availability check Planning run Plant Scheduing info record / agreem. Error handling Maximum number of purchase order proposals Substitute MPR Ctrller Choose 500 Input value Input value SMRPG 001 Save and choose green arrow to come back to Plant Parameters screen Input value © SAP AG Page 95 of 203 .pur.ord.

System will display a popup menu here on this screen maintain entry BP03 Plant code and choose Maintain icon to continue. On the screen Plant Parameters for Materials Requirements Planning choose Plant parameters block choose Create. 20. 23. do the settings one by one as per the following: Field name Environment Number ranges NRe pl. on this various push buttons are available. 22. System will display a new popup screen for Entering Plant. choose the second icon Maintain for maintaining plant parameters.reqmts Reservations and dependent requirement number ranges Number range 01 Input the value Nr. 17. System will again display another popup menu here also choose Create icon for BP03 plant. 21.SAP Best Practices Field name Item numbers Item PurRq J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Description Item numbers Items numbers of purchase requisitions Item number of the stock transfer reservation User action and values Choose 10 Input value Note Item of stock transfer resrv. To maintain plant parameters to other plants please follow the steps again./depend. System will display a new screen Maintain Plant Parameters. 100 Input value Save and choose green arrow to come back to Plant Parameters screen 16.StTrRes/DepR © SAP AG Page 96 of 203 . After completing the create formalities. 19. orders Description Number ranges Planned orders Number range for planned orders Simulative planned orders Save User action and values Choose Choose 01 01 Save and choose green arrow to come back to number range screen Input the value Input the value Note Reserv. 18. Enter BP03 Plant code here and choose Create icon. Save the entries by choosing Save icon or Ctrl + S on your key board.

Dependent reqmts Simulative dependent requirements 01 Input the value Input the value Save and choose green arrow to come back to number range screen Choose again green arrow to come main screen Master Data Plant MRP Ctrller MRP Ctrllers Plant MRP Ctrller Title of MRP Ctrller Choose BP03 001/002/003 Ctrller One/two/three Save and choose green arrow to come back to Plant Parameters screen Floats Maintain Floats Choose Choose New Entries icon Plant SMKey Go to second line Plant Plant code BP03 Input value Plant code Schedule margin key BP03 000 Input value Input value Choose New Entries Input the value Input the value Input the value © SAP AG Page 97 of 203 .SAP Best Practices Field name J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Description User action and values Save and choose green arrow to come back to number range screen Note Purchase requisitions Number range for purchase requisitions 01 Input the value Save and choose green arrow to come back to number range screen MRP List MRP List number ranges 01 Save and choose green arrow to come back to number range screen Sim.

FIAftrProd Release Per.plndOrd>purch.Pd. J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Description Schedule margin key Opening period Float before production Float after production Release period User action and values 001 10 2 1 5 Save and choose green arrow to come back to Plant Parameters screen Note Input value Input value Input value Input value Input value Planned Orders Plant Number of planned orders Conv.req Plant Number of planned orders Choose BP03 500 Save and choose green arrow to come back to Plant Parameters screen Input value Input value Dep. Account assignment unknown External procurement Plant Scheduling info records and agreements Account assignment for unknown Choose BP03 Check Input value Tick the box U Input value Save and choose green arrow to come back to Plant Parameters screen © SAP AG Page 98 of 203 .SAP Best Practices Field name SMKey Op. FIBefProd.reqmt vailability Plant ChR Plant code Check Rule for availability check Choose BP03 PP Save and choose green arrow to come back to Plant Parameters screen Grayed out Planning run Plant Scheduing info record / agreem.

ord. Error handling Maximum number of purchase order proposals Substitute MPR Ctrller Choose 500 Input value SMRPG 001 Save and choose green arrow to come back to Plant Parameters screen Input value Item numbers Item PurRq Item numbers Items numbers of purchase requisitions Item number of the stock transfer reservation Choose 10 Input value Item of stock transfer resrv.pur. 100 Input value Save and choose green arrow to come back to Plant Parameters screen 24.SAP Best Practices Field name Planning horizon J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Description Planning horizon Planning horizon User action and values Choose 100 Save and choose green arrow to come back to Plant Parameters screen Input value Note Error handling Max. Save the entries by choosing Save icon or Ctrl + S on your key board. © SAP AG Page 99 of 203 .pr. 25. To maintain plant parameters to other plants please follow the steps again.

System will display a new popup screen for Entering Plant. 30.StTrRes/DepR Purchase requisitions Number range for purchase requisitions 01 Input the value Save and choose green arrow to come back to number range screen MRP List MRP List number ranges 01 Save and choose green arrow to come back to number range screen Sim. 29.reqmts Reservations and dependent requirement number ranges Number range 01 Save and choose green arrow to come back to number range screen Input the value Nr./depend. on this various push buttons are available. 31. On the screen Plant Parameters for Materials Requirements Planning choose Plant parameters block choose Create push button. After completing the create formalities. orders Description Number ranges Planned orders Number range for planned orders Simulative planned orders Save User action and values Choose Choose 01 01 Save and choose green arrow to come back to number range screen Input the value Input the value Note Reserv. System will display a popup menu here on this screen maintain entry BP0X Plant code and choose Maintain icon to continue. System will again display another popup menu here also choose Create icon for BP0X plant.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 26. 28. Dependent reqmts Simulative dependent requirements 01 Input the value Input the value © SAP AG Page 100 of 203 . System will display a new screen Maintain Plant Parameters. Enter BP0X Plant code here and choose Create icon. choose the second icon Maintain for maintaining plant parameters. do the settings one by one as per the following: Field name Environment Number ranges NRe pl. 27.

SAP Best Practices Field name J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Description User action and values Save and choose green arrow to come back to number range screen Choose again green arrow to come main screen Note Master Data Plant MRP Ctrller MRP Ctrllers Plant MRP Ctrller Title of MRP Ctrller Choose BP0X 001/002/003 Ctrller One/two/three Save and choose green arrow to come back to Plant Parameters screen Choose New Entries Input the value Input the value Input the value Floats Maintain Floats Choose Choose New Entries icon Plant SMKey Go to second line Plant SMKey Op. FIAftrProd Release Per. FIBefProd.Pd.req Plant Number of planned orders Choose BP0X 500 Input value Input value © SAP AG Page 101 of 203 . Plant code Schedule margin key Plant code Schedule margin key Opening period Float before production Float after production Release period BP0X 000 Input value Input value BP0X 001 10 2 1 5 Save and choose green arrow to come back to Plant Parameters screen Input value Input value Input value Input value Input value Input value Planned Orders Plant Number of planned orders Conv.plndOrd>purch.

Account assignment unknown External procurement Plant Scheduling info records and agreements Account assignment for unknown Choose BP0X Check Input value Tick the box U Input value Save and choose green arrow to come back to Plant Parameters screen Planning horizon Planning horizon Planning horizon Choose 100 Save and choose green arrow to come back to Plant Parameters screen Error handling Max.SAP Best Practices Field name J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Description User action and values Save and choose green arrow to come back to Plant Parameters screen Dep.pur.reqmt vailability Choose BP0X PP Save and choose green arrow to come back to Plant Parameters screen Grayed out Note Plant ChR Plant code Check Rule for availability check Planning run Plant Scheduing info record / agreem.ord.pr. Error handling Maximum number of purchase order proposals Substitute MPR Ctrller Choose 500 Input value Input value SMRPG 001 Save and choose green arrow to come back to Plant Parameters screen Input value © SAP AG Page 102 of 203 .

2 Use Activation of Material Requirement Planning The purpose of this activity is to activate Material Requirement Planning for plants. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Transaction Code Materials Management → Consumption-Based Planning → Planning → Activate Material Requirements Planning OMDU 2.7. 5. 3. Choose Material Requirement Planning icon and you can see plants BP01. Save the entries by choosing Save icon or Ctrl + S. BP03 and BP0X under Plnt.SAP Best Practices Field name Item numbers Item PurRq J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Description Item numbers Items numbers of purchase requisitions Item number of the stock transfer reservation User action and values Choose 10 Input value Note Item of stock transfer resrv. Procedure 1. Result Consumption based planning / Materials requirement planning settings completed. © SAP AG Page 103 of 203 . On the Activation screen. Save the entries by choosing Save icon or by choosing Ctrl + S on your key board. 100 Input value Save and choose green arrow to come back to Plant Parameters screen 32. BP02. 4. make the following entries 3. Activate Material requirement planning by selecting check boxes against each plant under Activate requirement planning.

. which is handling excisable goods has to be registered with Central Excise Authorities in India.8 Tax on Goods Movement . Description Description Excise registration id Title of registration ID ECC Number User action and values 1 BP01 MFG PLANT EXCISE REGISTRATION Enter ECC No. Choose New Entries icon for maintaining the new excise registrations. Field name Excise Reg. numbers.8.1 3. are just indicative only.1 Use As per the legal requirement every plant.8. Please note that Registration descriptions. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Transaction Code Logistics General → Tax on Goods Movements → India → Basic Settings → Maintain Excise Registrations SPRO 2. © SAP AG Page 104 of 203 . To give demo the following dummy data is created which may not have any validity. On the Excise Registrations: screen. You need to input you actual registration details. Basic Settings Maintaining Excise Registrations Procedure 1. address etc.1. Reg. No. make the following entries: 3. Excise Range Excise Division Excise registration number Excise Range Excise Division Enter for example REG-10001 Enter for example BANGALORE RANGE Enter for example BANGALORE DIVISION Note ECC No.India 3. for example ECC/1/1/2001 Excise Reg.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 3. In this configuration step you are going to see how to maintain Excise Registrations.

To maintain the entries for BP02 Depot Plant follow the steps mentioned above: 7. Excise Range Excise Division Excise registration number Excise Range Excise Division Enter for example REG-20001 Enter for example MUMBAI RANGE Enter for example MUMBAI DIVISION Note ECC No. No. 6. Choose Enter complete the entries 5. Description Description Excise registration id Title of registration ID ECC Number User action and values 2 BP02 DEPOT PLANT EXCISE REGISTRATION Enter ECC No. Reg. © SAP AG Page 105 of 203 .SAP Best Practices Field name Commissionerate Description J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide User action and values Enter for example KARNATAKA COMMISSIONARATE Note Commissionerate Liable to AED Liability to Additional Excise Duty Liability to Special Excise Duty Liability to Cess Partial credit Number of items in Excise Invoice Indicator for NCCD applicability Check the tick box If you are covered under AED only If you are covered under SED only If you are covered under CESS only Liable to SED Liable to Cess Partial credit No of items in Excise Invoice Indicator NCCD Check the tick box Check the tick box Check the tick box 2 Check this tick box 4. for example ECC/1/2/2001 Excise Reg. make the following entries: 8. On the Excise Registrations: screen. Save the entries by choosing Save icon or choose Ctrl + S. Choose New Entries icon for maintaining the new excise registrations Field name Excise Reg.

Reg. Choose Enter complete the entries 10. On the Excise Registrations: screen. No. for example ECC/1/3/2001 Excise Reg. To maintain the entries for BP03 Plant follow the steps mentioned above: 12. Save the entries by choosing Save icon or Ctrl + S. Choose New Entries icon for maintaining the new excise registrations Field name Excise Reg. Description Excise registration id Title of registration ID ECC Number User action and values 3 BP03 PLANT EXCISE REGISTRATION Enter ECC No. Excise Range Excise Division Commissionerate Excise registration number Excise Range Excise Division Commissionerate Enter for example REG-30001 Enter for example BANGALORE RANGE Enter for example BANGALORE DIVISION Enter for example KARNATAKA COMMISSIONARATE Note © SAP AG Page 106 of 203 .SAP Best Practices Field name Commissionerate Description J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide User action and values Enter for example MAHARASTRA COMMISSIONARATE Note Commissionerate Liable to AED Liability to Additional Excise Duty Liability to Special Excise Duty Liability to Cess Partial credit Number of items in Excise Invoice Indicator for NCCD applicability Check the tick box If you are covered under AED only If you are covered under SED only If you are covered under CESS only Liable to SED Liable to Cess Partial credit No of items in Excise Invoice Indicator NCCD Check the tick box Check the tick box Check the tick box 2 Check this tick box 9. Description ECC No. 11. make the following entries: 13.

Reg. for example ECC/1/5/2001 Excise Reg. Save the entries by choosing Save icon or Ctrl + S. 16. Description Excise registration id Title of registration ID ECC Number User action and values 5 BP0X PLANT EXCISE REGISTRATION Enter ECC No. make the following entries: 18. Choose Enter complete the entries 15. To maintain the entries for BP0X Plant follow the steps mentioned above: 17.SAP Best Practices Field name Liable to AED Description J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide User action and values Check the tick box Note If you are covered under AED only If you are covered under SED only If you are covered under CESS only Liability to Additional Excise Duty Liability to Special Excise Duty Liability to Cess Partial credit Number of items in Excise Invoice Indicator for NCCD applicability Liable to SED Liable to Cess Partial credit No of items in Excise Invoice Indicator NCCD Check the tick box Check the tick box Check the tick box 2 Check this tick box 14. On the Excise Registrations: screen. Choosing New Entries icon for maintaining the new excise registrations Field name Excise Reg. Description ECC No. No. Excise Range Excise Division Commissionerate Excise registration number Excise Range Excise Division Commissionerate Enter for example REG-50001 Enter for example BANGALORE RANGE Enter for example BANGALORE DIVISION Enter for example KARNATAKA COMMISSIONARATE Liable to AED Liability to Additional Excise Duty Check the tick box If you are covered under AED only Note © SAP AG Page 107 of 203 .

Type Utl FI Doc Type Debit Acc Override Description Company code CENVAT Document type Utilization document type Debit account User action and values BP01 SA SA Tick the check box Note Input value Input value Input value Tick © SAP AG Page 108 of 203 . 3. On the screen Company Code Settings: choose New Entries icon and maintain the following entries: Field name Company Code CENVAT Doc. Choose Enter complete the entries 20.1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Transaction Code Logistics General  Tax on Goods Movement  India  Basic Settings  Maintain Company Code Settings SPRO 2. Result Data was saved.2 Use Maintaining Company Code Settings for Taxes In this IMG setting you are going to maintain Company Code BP01 for purchase taxes. Save the entries by choosing Save icon or choose Ctrl + S.SAP Best Practices Field name Liable to SED Liable to Cess Partial credit No of items in Excise Invoice Indicator NCCD Description J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide User action and values Check the tick box Check the tick box Check the tick box 2 Check this tick box Note If you are covered under SED only If you are covered under CESS only Liability to Special Excise Duty Liability to Cess Partial credit Number of items in Excise Invoice Indicator for NCCD applicability 19. Procedure 1.8.

To add another company code. Proc. Credit on capital goods Tick the check box Tick © SAP AG Page 109 of 203 . Choose Enter and save the entries by choosing Save icon or by choosing Ctrl key board. On the screen Company Code Settings: choose New Entries icon and maintain the following entries: Field name Company Code CENVAT Doc. rate type for CVD Exchange rate type for exports CVD account Tick the check box April 30 10 FIFO Tick the check box Tick the check box M M 14810000 Tick Select Input value Input value Select Tick Tick Input Input 3. Rounding duty on procurement Rounding duty on removal Exch. 4. Credit on capital goods First month Exc Sel Days No. + S on your 5.SAP Best Practices Field name Aut ad ind J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Description Automatic adjustment indicator Immediate credit on capital goods First month of financial year Due days for excise invoice No of excise invoices selection Excise invoice selection process Rounding duty on procurement Rounding duty on removal Exchange rate type for CVD Exchange rate type for exports CVD GL account User action and values Tick the check box Note Tick Imm. Type Utl FI Doc Type Debit Acc Override Aut ad ind Description Company code CENVAT Document type Utilization document type Debit account Automatic adjustment indicator Immediate credit on capital goods User action and values BP0X SA SA Tick the check box Tick the check box Note Input value Input value Input value Tick Tick Imm. Exc Inv Sel EI Sel. please repeat the above step again.

Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Transaction Code Logistics General → Tax on Goods Movements → India → Basic Settings → Maintain Plant Settings SPRO © SAP AG Page 110 of 203 . rate type for CVD Exchange rate type for exports CVD account J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Description First month of financial year Due days for excise invoice No of excise invoices selection Excise invoice selection process Rounding duty on procurement Rounding duty on removal Exchange rate type for CVD Exchange rate type for exports CVD GL account User action and values April 30 10 FIFO Tick the check box Tick the check box M M 14810000 + S Note Select Input value Input value Select Tick Tick Input Input 6. Exc Inv Sel EI Sel.SAP Best Practices Field name First month Exc Sel Days No. In this configuration step you are going to maintain Excise Information for plants. 3.8.1. Proc. Rounding duty on procurement Rounding duty on removal Exch. Procedure 1. Choose Enter and save the entries by choosing Save icon or by choosing Ctrl key board. on your Result Company code is maintained for taxation.3 Use Maintaining Plant Settings for Excise Information As per the legal requirement every plant which is handling excisable goods has to be registered with Central Excise Authorities in India.

Single Credits from drop down list Do not check as BP03 is mfg plant. Single Credits from drop down list Check as BP02 is a Depot plant. GRs per EI Plant code Depot Excise Registration id Goods Receipts per each Excise Invoice BP02 Check the box 2 Select Multiple Goods Receipts. make the following entries: 3. Field name Entries for BP01 Plant Depot Exc. On the Plant Settings: screen. Single Credits from drop down list Do not check as BP01 is mfg plant. Entries for BP0X Plant Depot Exc. Description User action and values Note Entries for BP02 Plant Depot Exc. Single Credits from drop down list Do not check as BP0X is mfg plant. Reg. Choose New Entries icon for maintaining the new entries. GRs per EI Plant code Depot Excise Registration id Goods Receipts per each Excise Invoice BP0X Leave it blank 5 Select Multiple Goods Receipts. Reg. © SAP AG Page 111 of 203 . GRs per EI Plant code Depot Excise Registration id Goods Receipts per each Excise Invoice BP01 Leave it blank 1 Select Multiple Goods Receipts. GRs per EI Plant code Depot Excise Registration id Goods Receipts per each Excise Invoice BP03 Leave it blank 3 Select Multiple Goods Receipts.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 2. Reg. Entries for BP03 Plant Depot Exc. Reg.

Choose New Entries icon for maintaining the new entries. On the Excise Groups: screen.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 4. Field name Entries for BP01 Excise Group Plant Description Excise Reg. 5. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Transaction Code Logistics General  Tax on Goods Movements  India  Basic Settings  Maintain Excise Groups SPRO 2. No. In this step you are going to configure the Excise Groups for both the plants. make the following entries: 3. Result Data was saved.4 Use Maintaining Excise Groups As per the legal requirement in India each Excise Group has to have one set of books. Procedure 1. Number of goods receipts per excise invoice Default challan quantity in goods receipt Excise Invoice during billing Crete and post Invoice in a single step 10 BP01 BP01 MFG PLANT EXCISE GROUP 01 Multiple Goods Receipts. 3. Save the entries by choosing Save icon or by choosing Ctrl + S. Single Credits Tick this check box Description User action and values Note Default Challan Qty in GR Excise inv during Billing Create and post Inv single step Do not tick Tick the box Leave blank © SAP AG Page 112 of 203 . Choose Enter to finish the entries.1. of GR per EI Excise Group Plant code Description of group Excise Registration no.8.

SAP Best Practices Field name Consumption Depot indicator Folio number Depot Excise Invoice EI Capture Post EI in MIGO Duty different at GR EI create/RG23D selection Update RG1 at MIGO Description

J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide User action and values Check this tick box Do not check tick box Do not check tick box Do not check tick box Check tick box Check tick box Check tick box Check tick box Note

Consumption entry in registers Depot indicator Folio numbers Depot Excise Invoice Excise Invoice capturing Post excise invoice in MIGO Duty different at GR Excise Invoice creation for RG23D register Update RG1 register at MIGO

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4. Choose Enter to finish the entries. 5. Save the entries by choosing Save icon or by choosing Ctrl
+ S.

6. To maintain the Excise Group for Internal subcontracting of BP01 plant, please repeat the steps mentioned above. 7. On the Excise Groups: screen, make the following entries: 8. Choose New Entries icon for maintaining the new entries. Field name Entries for BP02 Excise Group Plant Description Excise Group Plant code Description of group 11 BP01 INTERNAL SUBCONTRACTING EXCISE GROUP FOR BP01 PLANT 1 Multiple Goods Receipts, Single Credits Tick this check box Description User action and values Note

Excise Reg. No. of GR per EI

Excise Registration no. Number of goods receipts per excise invoice Default challana quantity in goods receipt

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SAP Best Practices Field name Excise inv during Billing Create and post Inv single step Consumption Depot indicator Folio number Depot Excise Invoice EI Capture Post EI in MIGO Duty different at GR EI create/RG23D selection Update RG1 at MIGO Description Excise Invoice during billing

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Crete and post Invoice in a single step Consumption entry in registers Depot indicator Folio numbers Depot Excise Invoice Excise Invoice capturing Post excise invoice in MIGO Duty different at GR Excise Invoice creation for RG23D register Update RG1 register at MIGO

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9. Choose Enter to finish the entries. 10. Save the entries by choosing Save icon or by choosing Ctrl
+ S.

11. To maintain the Excise Group for BP02 depot plant, please repeat the steps mentioned above. 12. On the Excise Groups: screen, make the following entries: 13. Choose New Entries icon for maintaining the new entries. Field name Entries for BP02 Excise Group Plant Description Excise Reg. No. of GR per EI Excise Group Plant code Description of group Excise Registration no. Number of goods receipts per excise invoice 20 BP02 BP02 DEPOT PLANT EXCISE GROUP 2 Multiple Goods Receipts, Single Credits Description User action and values Note

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SAP Best Practices Field name Default Challan Qty in GR Excise inv during Billing Create and post Inv single step Consumption Depot indicator Folio number Depot Excise Invoice EI Capture Post EI in MIGO Duty different at GR EI create/RG23D selection Update RG1 at MIGO Description

J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide User action and values Tick this check box Note

Default challana quantity in goods receipt Excise Invoice during billing Crete and post Invoice in a single step Consumption entry in registers Depot indicator Folio numbers Depot Excise Invoice Excise Invoice capturing Post excise invoice in MIGO Duty different at GR Excise Invoice creation for RG23D register Update RG1 register at MIGO

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14. Choose Enter to finish the entries. 15. Save the entries by choosing Save icon or by choosing Ctrl 17. On the Excise Groups: screen, make the following entries: 18. Choose New Entries icon for maintaining the new entries. Field name Entries for BP02 Excise Group Plant Description Excise Group Plant code Description of group Excise Registration no. 30 BP03 BP03 REG. WARE HOUSE PLANT EXCISE GROUP 3 Description User action and values Note
+ S.

16. To maintain the Excise Group for BP03 plant, please repeat the steps mentioned above.

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SAP Best Practices Field name No. of GR per EI Description

J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide User action and values Multiple Goods Receipts, Single Credits Tick this check box Note

Number of goods receipts per excise invoice Default challana quantity in goods receipt Excise Invoice during billing Crete and post Invoice in a single step Consumption entry in registers Depot indicator Folio numbers Depot Excise Invoice Excise Invoice capturing Post excise invoice in MIGO Duty different at GR Excise Invoice creation for RG23D register Update RG1 register at MIGO

Default Challan Qty in GR Excise inv during Billing Create and post Inv single step Consumption Depot indicator Folio number Depot Excise Invoice EI Capture Post EI in MIGO Duty different at GR EI create/RG23D selection Update RG1 at MIGO

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Leave blank

Check this tick box Do not Check tick box Do not Check tick box Do not Check tick box Check tick box Check tick box Check tick box Check tick box

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19. Choose Enter to finish the entries. 20. Save the entries by choosing Save icon or by choosing Ctrl
+ S.

21. To maintain the Excise Group for BP0X plant, please repeat the steps mentioned above. 22. On the Excise Groups: screen, make the following entries: 23. Choose New Entries icon for maintaining the new entries. Field name Entries for BP02 Excise Group Plant Description Excise Group Plant code Description of group X0 BP0X BP0X INTER COMPANY PLANT EXCISE GROUP Description User action and values Note

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5 Use Maintaining Series Groups © SAP AG Page 117 of 203 .1.SAP Best Practices Field name Excise Reg. 25. 3. Choose Enter to finish the entries. Single Credits Tick this check box Note Number of goods receipts per excise invoice Default challana quantity in goods receipt Excise Invoice during billing Crete and post Invoice in a single step Consumption entry in registers Depot indicator Folio numbers Depot Excise Invoice Excise Invoice capturing Post excise invoice in MIGO Duty different at GR Excise Invoice creation for RG23D register Update RG1 register at MIGO Default Challan Qty in GR Excise inv during Billing Create and post Inv single step Consumption Depot indicator Folio number Depot Excise Invoice EI Capture Post EI in MIGO Duty different at GR EI create/RG23D selection Update RG1 at MIGO Do not tick Tick the box Leave blank Check this tick box Do not Check tick box Do not Check tick box Do not Check tick box Check tick box Check tick box Check tick box Check tick box Check tick box 24. Save the entries by choosing Save icon or by choosing Ctrl + S. J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide User action and values 5 Multiple Goods Receipts. Result Data was saved. of GR per EI Description Excise Registration no.8. No.

SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide In this IMG activity. Reg. Choose New Entries icon for maintaining the new entries. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Transaction Code Logistics General  Tax on Goods Movements  India  Basic Settings  Maintain Series Groups SPRO 2. Procedure 1. make the following entries: 3. No utilization Imm. Reg. Field name Series Grp Series Des Exc. But each of these series has to be declared to the excise authorities. Util. Based on excise regulations and exemptions from the authorities you can maintain multiple number series for outgoing documents. Util. you define the different excise series groups within your company. Series groups allow you to maintain multiple number ranges for the outgoing excise documents. On the Excise Document Series: screen. No utilization Imm. Address Other fields leave blank Series Grp Series Des Exc. Series group Description of series group Excise Registration 13 SUBCONTRACT CHALLAN SERIES GROUP BP01 1 Series group Description of series group Excise Registration No utilization Immediate utilization Address 12 INTERNAL SC SERIES GROUP FOR BP01 1 Do not check tick box Do not check tick box Address =1 Description Series group Description of series group Excise Registration No utilization Immediate utilization User action and values 11 BP01 MFG PLANT DOMESTIC SERIES GROUP 1 Do not check tick box Do not check tick box Note © SAP AG Page 118 of 203 . Reg. Other fields leave blank Series Grp Series Des Exc.

SAP Best Practices Field name No utilization Imm. Util. Util. Other fields leave blank Series Grp Series Des Exc. No utilization Imm. Util. No utilization Imm. Other fields leave blank Series Grp Series Des Exc. Reg. Reg. Other fields leave blank Series Grp Series Des Exc. Util. No utilization Imm. Series group Description of series group Excise Registration Series group Description of series group Excise Registration No utilization Immediate utilization Series group Description of series group Excise Registration No utilization Immediate utilization Series group Description of series group Excise Registration No utilization Immediate utilization Description No utilization Immediate utilization J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide User action and values Do not check tick box Do not check tick box Note 15 BP01 MFG PLANT EXPORT SERIES GROUP 1 Do not check tick box Do not check tick box 21 BP02 DEPOT PLANT SERIES GROUP 2 Do not check tick box Do not check tick box 31 BP03 REG.WARE HOUSE PLANT SERIES GROUP 3 Do not check tick box Do not check tick box X1 BP0X INTERCOMPANY PLANT SERIES GROUP 5 © SAP AG Page 119 of 203 . Reg. Other fields leave blank Series Grp Series Des Exc. Reg.

8. Other fields leave blank 4. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Logistics General  Tax on Goods Movements  India  Basic Settings  Determination of Excise Duty  Maintain Excise Defaults SPRO Transaction Code 2. you define which tax procedure and pricing condition types are used in calculating excise taxes using formula-based excise determination.8. 3.2. Choose Enter to finish the entries. Save the entries by choosing Save icon or by choosing Ctrl + S. Field name Tax proc. Description No utilization Immediate utilization J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide User action and values Do not check tick box Do not check tick box Note 5.2 3. Procedure 1. On the Tax Default Information: screen. Util. Exp tax cd Tax jur. CVD Cond.1 Use Determination of Excise Duty Maintaining Excise Defaults In this IMG activity. Choose New Entries icon for maintaining the new entries.SAP Best Practices Field name No utilization Imm. Result Data was saved.cd Description Tax procedure CVD condition type Expected Tax code Tax jurisdiction code User action and values TAXINN JCV1 Note © SAP AG Page 120 of 203 . make the following entries: 3.

4. Save the entries by choosing Save icon or choose Ctrl + S. Result © SAP AG Page 121 of 203 .SAP Best Practices Field name A/P BED Cond A/P SED cond A/P AED cond A/R BED cond A/R SED cond A/R AED cond A/R CESS cond BED perc AED perc SED perc Cess per NCCD AP NCCD AR NCCD Perc ECS AP ECS AR ECS Perc Description J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide User action and values Note A/P BED condition type A/P SED Condition type A/P AED condition type A/R BED condition type A/R SED condition type A/R AED condition type A/R CESS condition type BED percentage condition type AED percentage condition type SED percentage condition type CESS percentage condition type NCCD Condition type AP NCCD Condition type AR NCCD Percentage Education Cess condition type AP Education Cess condition type AR Education Cess condition type percentage Education Cess condition type AP Imports JECV JNED ECS Cond. Choose Enter complete the entries 5.

3. you specify which condition types you use for which sort of tax. J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 3.2 Use Assignment of Tax Code to Company Codes The purpose of this activity is assigning the tax code for purchasing documents to the company codes where it will be used.8. Enter to continue and save the entries by choosing Save icon or Ctrl + S. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Logistics General  Tax on Goods Movements  India  Basic Settings  Determination of Excise Duty  ConditionBased Excise Determination  Assign Tax Code to Company Codes SPRO Transaction Code 2.3 Use Classifying Condition Types In this IMG activity. This activity is done if you use condition-based excise determination. 4. make the following entries. On the Change view “Tax Codes for Excise Duties Using Condition Techniques”: screen.8. 3.2. Choose New Entries icon and input BP01 and BP0X under Company Code and input V0 tax code beside company codes or under Tax Code.2.SAP Best Practices Data was saved. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Logistics General  Tax on Goods Movements  India  Basic Settings  Determination of Excise Duty  ConditionBased Excise Determination  Classify Condition Types © SAP AG Page 122 of 203 . Note that this only applies to condition types that you use with the new excise determination method. Procedure 1. Procedure 1.

As a default SAP will offer the following settings. please do not change the original settings.SAP Best Practices Transaction Code J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide SPRO 2. Procedure JINDEP JINDEP JINDEP JINDEP JINDEP JINDEP JINDEP JINDEP JINEXP JINEXP JINEXP JINEXP JINEXP JINEXP JINEXP JINEXP JINFAC JINFAC JINFAC JINFAC JINFAC JINFAC JINFAC JINFAC JINSTO JINSTO JINSTO JINSTO JINSTO JINSTO JINSTO JINSTO TAXINJ TAXINJ TAXINJ TAXINJ TAXINJ TAXINJ TAXINJ TAXINJ TAXINJ Condition Type JCEP JCET JEAP JEAT JESP JEST JEXP JEXT JCEP JCET JEAP JEAT JESP JEST JEXP JEXT JCEP JCET JEAP JEAT JESP JEST JEXP JEXT JCEP JCET JEAP JEAT JESP JEST JEXP JEXT JAIP JAIQ JAOP JAOQ JAX1 JAX2 JIPC JIPL JIPS Condition Name A/R Cess Percentage A/R Cess total A/R AED Percentage A/R AED total A/R SED Percentage A/R SED total A/R BED Percentage A/R BED total A/R Cess Percentage A/R Cess total A/R AED Percentage A/R AED total A/R SED Percentage A/R SED total A/R BED Percentage A/R BED total A/R Cess Percentage A/R Cess total A/R AED Percentage A/R AED total A/R SED Percentage A/R SED total A/R BED Percentage A/R BED total A/R Cess Percentage A/R Cess total A/R AED Percentage A/R AED total A/R SED Percentage A/R SED total A/R BED Percentage A/R BED total AED Inventory Percentage AED Inventory Quantity Based AED Set Off condition Percentage AED Set Off condition Quantity Based AED Set Off condition Total AED Inventory Total A/P Central Sales tax A/P Local Sales tax A/P ST setoff © SAP AG Page 123 of 203 .

Apart from above default settings you need to take the following setting by choosing New Entries icon. Procedure TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN Condition Type JAIP JAIQ JAOP JAOQ JAX1 JAX2 Condition Name AED Inventory Percentage AED Inventory Quantity Based AED Set Off condition Percentage AED Set Off condition Quantity Based AED Set Off condition Total AED Inventory Total © SAP AG Page 124 of 203 . After completing entries choose Save to save entries.SAP Best Practices TAXINJ TAXINJ TAXINJ TAXINJ TAXINJ TAXINJ TAXINJ TAXINJ TAXINJ TAXINJ TAXINJ TAXINJ TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN JMIP JMIQ JMOP JMOQ JMX1 JMX2 JSIP JSIQ JSOP JSOQ JSX1 JSX2 JAIP JAIQ JAOP JAOQ JAX1 JAX2 JEC1 JEC2 JEX1 JEX2 JIPC JIPL JIPS JMIP JMIQ JMOP JMOQ JMX1 JMX2 JNIP JNOP JNX1 JNX2 JSIP JSIQ JSOP JSX1 JSX2 J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide BED Inventory Percentage BED Inventory Quantity Based BED Set Off condition Percentage BED Set Off condition Quantity based BED Set Off condition Total BED Inventory Total SED Inventory Percentage SED Inventory Quantity Based SED Set Off Condition Percentage SED Set Off Condition Quantity Based SED Set Off Condition Total SED Inventory Total AED Inventory Percentage AED Inventory Quantity Based AED Set Off condition Percentage AED Set Off condition Quantity Based AED Set Off condition Total AED Inventory Total ECS Set Off condition Percentage ECS Inventory Percentage ECS Set Off condition Total ECS Inventory Total A/P Central Sales tax A/P Local Sales tax A/P ST setoff BED Inventory Percentage BED Inventory Quantity Based BED Set Off condition Percentage BED Set Off condition Quantity based BED Set Off condition Total BED Inventory Total NCCD Inventory Percentage NCCD Set Off condition Percentage NCCD Set Off condition Total BED Inventory Total SED Inventory Percentage SED Inventory Quantity Based SED Set Off ConditionPercentage SED Set Off Condition Total SED Inventory Total 3.

2. maintain entries as per the following table.SAP Best Practices TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN JEC1 JEC2 JEX1 JEX2 JIPC JIPL JIPS JMIP JMIQ JMOP JMOQ JMX1 JMX2 JNIP JNOP JNX1 JNX2 JSIP JSIQ JSOP JSX1 JSX2 J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide ECS Set Off condition Percentage ECS Inventory Percentage ECS Set Off condition Total ECS Inventory Total A/P Central Sales tax A/P Local Sales tax A/P ST setoff BED Inventory Percentage BED Inventory Quantity Based BED Set Off condition Percentage BED Set Off condition Quantity based BED Set Off condition Total BED Inventory Total NCCD Inventory Percentage NCCD Set Off condition Percentage NCCD Set Off condition Total BED Inventory Total SED Inventory Percentage SED Inventory Quantity Based SED Set Off ConditionPercentage SED Set Off Condition Total SED Inventory Total 3. Choose New Entries icon for maintaining the new entries. On the Transaction Code Vs Accounts: screen. make the following entries: 4. Enter all the accounts that are affected by each transaction type. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Logistics General  Tax on Goods Movements  India  Account Determination  Specify Excise Accounts per Excise Transaction SPRO Transaction Code 3. As a default some entries already maintained. Do not disturb them. Procedure 1.8.4 Use Maintaining Excise Accounts per Excise Transactions In this IMG activity. Excise TT Sub DC Account name Transaction Indicator © SAP AG Page 125 of 203 . Enter the accounts for each sub transaction type as well. you specify which excise accounts (for excise duty and CENVAT) are to be posted to for the various transaction types. If you use sub transaction types.

SAP Best Practices Excise Transaction Type 57CM 57CM 57CM 57CM 57FC 57FC 57FC 57FC 57FC 57FC 57FC 57FC 57FC 57FC 57FC 57FC 57FC 57FC 57NR 57NR 57NR 57NR 57NR 57NR 57NR 57NR 57NR 57NR 57NR 57NR 57NR 57NR 57NR 57NR ARE1 ARE1 ARE1 ARE1 ARE1 ARE1 ARE1 ARE1 ARE3 ARE3 ARE3 ARE3 ARE3 Sub Transaction J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Debit / Credit Indicator Credit Debit Debit Debit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Debit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Debit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Debit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Debit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Debit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Account name 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 CENVAT clearing account RG 23 BED account RG 23 ECS Account RG 23 NCCD account PLA BED account PLA ECS Account PLA NCCD account RG 23 BED account RG 23 ECS Account RG 23 NCCD account CENVAT clearing account PLA BED account PLA ECS Account PLA NCCD account RG 23 BED account RG 23 ECS Account RG 23 NCCD account CENVAT clearing account CENVAT clearing account PLA BED account PLA ECS Account PLA NCCD account RG 23 BED account RG 23 ECS Account RG 23 NCCD account CENVAT reversal account CENVAT clearing account PLA BED account PLA ECS Account PLA NCCD account RG 23 BED account RG 23 ECS Account RG 23 NCCD account CENVAT reversal account CENVAT clearing account PLA BED account PLA ECS Account PLA NCCD account RG 23 BED account RG 23 ECS Account RG 23 NCCD account CENVAT reversal account CENVAT clearing account PLA BED account PLA ECS Account PLA NCCD account RG 23 BED account © SAP AG Page 126 of 203 .

SAP Best Practices ARE3 ARE3 ARE3 CAPE CAPE CAPE CAPE CAPE CAPE CAPE CEIV CEIV CEIV CEIV CEIV CEIV CEIV CEIV CEIV CEIV CEIV DIEX DIEX DIEX DIEX DIEX DIEX DIEX DIEX DIEX DIEX DIEX DIEX DIEX DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC EWPO EWPO EWPO EWPO J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Credit Credit Debit Credit Debit Debit Debit Debit Debit Debit Credit Debit Debit Debit Debit Debit Debit Debit Debit Debit Debit Credit Debit Debit Debit Debit Debit Credit Debit Debit Debit Debit Debit Debit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Debit Credit Debit Debit Debit RG 23 ECS Account RG 23 NCCD account CENVAT reversal account CENVAT on hold account CENVAT on hold account RG 23 AED account RG 23 BED account RG 23 ECS Account RG 23 NCCD account RG 23 SED account CENVAT suspense account PLA AED account PLA BED account PLA ECS Account PLA NCCD account PLA SED account RG 23 AED account RG 23 BED account RG 23 ECS Account RG 23 NCCD account RG 23 SED account CENVAT clearing account RG 23 AED account RG 23 BED account RG 23 ECS Account RG 23 NCCD account RG 23 SED account CENVAT clearing account CENVAT on hold account RG 23 AED account RG 23 BED account RG 23 ECS Account RG 23 NCCD account RG 23 SED account PLA AED account PLA BED account PLA cess account PLA ECS Account PLA NCCD account PLA SED account RG 23 AED account RG 23 BED account RG 23 ECS Account RG 23 NCCD account RG 23 SED account CENVAT suspense account CENVAT clearing account RG 23 AED account RG 23 BED account RG 23 ECS Account OH OH OH OH OH OH OH © SAP AG Page 127 of 203 .

SAP Best Practices EWPO EWPO EWPO EWPO EWPO EWPO EWPO EWPO GRPO GRPO GRPO GRPO GRPO GRPO GRPO GRPO GRPO GRPO GRPO GRPO GRPO GRPO MRDY MRDY MRDY MRDY MRDY MRDY MRDY MRDY MRDY MRDY MRDY MRDY MRRD MRRD MRRD MRRD MRRD MRRD MRRD MRRD MRRD MRRD MRRD MRRD MRWO MRWO MRWO MRWO J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Debit Debit Credit Debit Debit Debit Debit Debit Credit Debit Debit Debit Debit Debit Debit Credit Debit Debit Debit Debit Debit Debit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Debit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Debit Credit Credit Credit Credit RG 23 NCCD account RG 23 SED account CENVAT clearing account RG 23 AED account RG 23 BED account RG 23 ECS Account RG 23 NCCD account RG 23 SED account CENVAT clearing account CENVAT on hold account RG 23 AED account RG 23 BED account RG 23 ECS Account RG 23 NCCD account RG 23 SED account CENVAT clearing account CENVAT on hold account RG 23 AED account RG 23 BED account RG 23 ECS Account RG 23 NCCD account RG 23 SED account PLA AED account PLA BED account PLA cess account PLA ECS Account PLA NCCD account PLA SED account RG 23 AED account RG 23 BED account RG 23 ECS Account RG 23 NCCD account RG 23 SED account CENVAT clearing account PLA AED account PLA BED account PLA cess account PLA ECS Account PLA NCCD account PLA SED account RG 23 AED account RG 23 BED account RG 23 ECS Account RG 23 NCCD account RG 23 SED account CENVAT clearing account PLA AED account PLA BED account PLA cess account PLA ECS Account 10 10 10 10 10 10 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 © SAP AG Page 128 of 203 .

SAP Best Practices MRWO MRWO MRWO MRWO MRWO MRWO MRWO MRWO OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR TR6C TR6C TR6C TR6C TR6C TR6C J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Debit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Debit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Debit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Debit Credit Debit Debit Debit Debit Debit PLA NCCD account PLA SED account RG 23 AED account RG 23 BED account RG 23 ECS Account RG 23 NCCD account RG 23 SED account CENVAT clearing account PLA AED account PLA BED account PLA cess account PLA ECS Account PLA NCCD account PLA SED account RG 23 AED account RG 23 BED account RG 23 ECS Account RG 23 NCCD account RG 23 SED account CENVAT suspense account PLA AED account PLA BED account PLA cess account PLA ECS Account PLA NCCD account PLA SED account RG 23 AED account RG 23 BED account RG 23 ECS Account RG 23 NCCD account RG 23 SED account CENVAT suspense account PLA AED account PLA BED account PLA cess account PLA ECS Account PLA NCCD account PLA SED account RG 23 AED account RG 23 BED account RG 23 ECS Account RG 23 NCCD account RG 23 SED account CENVAT suspense account PLA on hold account PLA AED account PLA BED account PLA cess account PLA ECS Account PLA NCCD account 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 © SAP AG Page 129 of 203 .

ETT Excise Transaction Type 57CM 57CM 57FC 57FC 57FC 57FC 57FC 57FC 57NR 57NR 57NR 57NR 57NR 57NR 57NR 57NR ARE1 ARE1 ARE1 ARE1 ARE3 ARE3 ARE3 ARE3 CAPE CAPE CAPE Sub TrnTyp Sub Transaction DC ind Debit / Credit Indicator Credit Debit Credit Credit Debit Credit Credit Debit Credit Credit Credit Debit Credit Credit Credit Debit Credit Credit Credit Debit Credit Credit Credit Debit Credit Debit Debit Acct name Account name CENVAT Clearing account RG 23 BED Account PLA BED Account RG 23 BED Account CENVAT Clearing account PLA BED Account RG 23 BED Account CENVAT Clearing account CENVAT Clearing account PLA BED Account RG 23 BED Account CENVAT Reversal Account CENVAT Clearing account PLA BED Account RG 23 BED Account CENVAT Reversal Account CENVAT Clearing account PLA BED Account RG 23 BED Account CENVAT Reversal Account CENVAT Clearing account PLA BED Account RG 23 BED Account CENVAT Reversal Account CENVAT on hold Account CENVAT on hold Account RG 23 AED Account © SAP AG Page 130 of 203 . Please do not disturb any standard settings.SAP Best Practices TR6C UTLZ UTLZ UTLZ UTLZ UTLZ UTLZ UTLZ UTLZ UTLZ UTLZ UTLZ UTLZ J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Debit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Debit PLA SED account PLA AED account PLA BED account PLA cess account PLA ECS Account PLA NCCD account PLA SED account RG 23 AED account RG 23 BED account RG 23 ECS Account RG 23 NCCD account RG 23 SED account CENVAT clearing account Out off above table the following SAP Standard settings are already maintained in system.

SAP Best Practices CAPE CAPE CEIV CEIV CEIV CEIV CEIV CEIV CEIV DIEX DIEX DIEX DIEX DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC EWPO EWPO EWPO EWPO GRPO GRPO GRPO GRPO GRPO MRDY MRDY MRDY MRDY MRDY MRDY MRDY MRDY MRRD MRRD MRRD MRRD MRRD MRRD MRRD MRRD MRWO MRWO MRWO MRWO J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Debit Debit Credit Debit Debit Debit Debit Debit Debit Credit Debit Debit Debit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Debit Credit Debit Debit Debit Credit Debit Debit Debit Debit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Debit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Debit Credit Credit Credit Credit RG 23 BED Account RG 23 SED Account CENVAT Suspense Account PLA AED Account PLA BED Account PLA SED Account RG 23 AED Account RG 23 BED Account RG 23 SED Account CENVAT Clearing account RG 23 AED Account RG 23 BED Account RG 23 SED Account PLA AED Account PLA BED Account PLA Cess Account PLA SED Account RG 23 AED Account RG 23 BED Account RG 23 SED Account CENVAT Suspense Account CENVAT Clearing account RG 23 AED Account RG 23 BED Account RG 23 SED Account CENVAT Clearing account CENVAT on hold Account RG 23 AED Account RG 23 BED Account RG 23 SED Account PLA AED Account PLA BED Account PLA Cess Account PLA SED Account RG 23 AED Account RG 23 BED Account RG 23 SED Account CENVAT Clearing account PLA AED Account PLA BED Account PLA Cess Account PLA SED Account RG 23 AED Account RG 23 BED Account RG 23 SED Account CENVAT Clearing account PLA AED Account PLA BED Account PLA Cess Account PLA SED Account © SAP AG Page 131 of 203 .

Procedure 1. Choose Enter complete the entries 6. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Logistics General  Tax on Goods Movements  India  Account Determination  Specify G/L Accounts per Excise Transaction SPRO Transaction Code © SAP AG Page 132 of 203 .SAP Best Practices MRWO MRWO MRWO MRWO OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR TR6C TR6C TR6C TR6C TR6C UTLZ UTLZ UTLZ UTLZ UTLZ UTLZ UTLZ UTLZ J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Credit Credit Credit Debit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Debit Credit Debit Debit Debit Debit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Debit RG 23 AED Account RG 23 BED Account RG 23 SED Account CENVAT Clearing account PLA AED Account PLA BED Account PLA Cess Account PLA SED Account RG 23 AED Account RG 23 BED Account RG 23 SED Account CENVAT Suspense Account PLA on hold Account PLA AED Account PLA BED Account PLA Cess Account PLA SED Account PLA AED Account PLA BED Account PLA Cess Account PLA SED Account RG 23 AED Account RG 23 BED Account RG 23 SED Account CENVAT Clearing account 5. Save the entries by choosing Save icon or choose Ctrl + S. you assign the excise and CENVAT accounts to G/L accounts to Excise Transaction Types. 3. Result Data was saved.2.8.5 Use Assigning G/L Accounts to Excise Transaction Types In this IMG activity.

Choose New Entries icon for maintaining the new entries as per the following table.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 2.No Excise Gp Excise Group ETT Excise Transaction type 57FC 57NR ARE1 ARE3 CAPE CEIV DIEX DIEX DLFC EWPO EWPO GRPO GRPO MRDY MRRD MRWO OTHR OTHR TR6C UTLZ CAPE DIEX DLFC EWPO GRPO MRDY MRWO OTHR TR6C UTLZ 57FC 57NR ARE1 ARE3 CAPE CEIV DIEX DLFC EWPO GRPO GRPO MRDY MRRD MRWO OTHR OTHR TR6C CoCd Company Code Sub TrnTyp Sub Transactio n Type 01 01 ChAc Chart of Account RG23A BED RG23A BED RG23A AED RG23A AED RG23A SED RG23A SED 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 OH 10 30 10 01 01 30 30 CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN CAIN 24820000 24820000 24820000 24820000 24820000 24820000 24820000 24820000 13113910 24820000 24820000 24820000 24820000 24820000 24820000 24820000 40011000 24820000 24820000 40011000 24820000 24820000 13113910 24820000 24820000 24820000 24820000 40011000 24820000 40011000 24820000 24820000 24820000 24820000 24820000 24820000 24820000 13113910 24820000 24820000 24820000 24820000 24820000 24820000 40011000 24820000 24820000 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 13113910 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 40011000 24840000 24840000 40011000 24840000 24840000 13113910 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 40011000 24840000 40011000 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 13113910 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 40011000 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 13113910 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 40011000 24840000 24840000 40011000 24840000 24840000 13113910 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 40011000 24840000 40011000 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 13113910 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 24840000 40011000 24840000 24840000 © SAP AG Page 133 of 203 . On the Excise Account Assignment Table: screen.No S. S. make the following entries: 3.

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+ S.

Result
Data was saved.

3.8.3 3.8.3.1 Use

Transactions: Incoming Excise Invoices Selecting Fields

In this IMG activity, you specify which fields you want in the Incoming Excise Invoices transaction. This setting comes as a default in Standard SAP.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Logistics General  Tax on Goods Movements  India  Business Transactions  Incoming Excise invoice  Select Fields

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2. The following entries comes as part of Standard SAP system: Modifiable field Delete Additional data Additional data Additional data Additional data Additional data Additional data Additional data Additional data Additional value Additional value Additional value Business Area ECC No. Excise Division Excise Range Material Description Material Type Preprinted serial no. Rejection code Ship-from vendor Field Name OK_NOT_OK J_1IEXITEM-ADDLDATA4 J_1IEXITEM-ADDLDATA3 J_1IEXITEM-ADDLDATA2 J_1IEXITEM-ADDLDATA1 J_1IEXHEAD-ADDLDATA4 J_1IEXHEAD-ADDLDATA3 J_1IEXHEAD-ADDLDATA2 J_1IEXHEAD-ADDLDATA1 J_1IEXITEM-ADDLVAL2 J_1IEXITEM-ADDLVAL1 J_1IEXHEAD-ADDLVAL J_1IEXHEAD-GSBER J_1IEXHEAD-EXCCD J_1IEXHEAD-EXCDI J_1IEXHEAD-EXCRG J_1IEXITEM-MAKTX J_1IEXITEM-CAPIND J_1IEXHEAD-PREPRN J_1IEXHEAD-REJ_CODE J_1IEXHEAD-SHIPFROM Input X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Req. Disp Hide HiLi

3.8.3.2 Use

Defining Processing Modes per Transaction

In this IMG activity, you specify which processing modes are used in the various Incoming Excise Invoice transactions. This setting comes as a default in Standard SAP.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Logistics General  Tax on Goods Movements  India  Business Transactions  Incoming Excise invoice  Define processing modes per Transaction SPRO

Transaction Code

2. The following entries comes as part of Standard SAP system: Transaction Code J1IA101 J1IA101

Processing Mode Capture Excise Invoice Change

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SAP Best Practices J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA303 J1IA303 J1IA303 J1IA303 J1IA303 J1IA303 J1IA303 J1IA303 J1IA303 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_P J1IEX_P J1IEX_P J1IEX_P J1IEX_P J1IEX_P J1IEX_P J1IEX_P J1IEX_P J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Create ARE-1 Create ARE-3 Capture Excise Invoice Change Display Post Cancel Update Reverse Create ARE-1 Create ARE-3 Capture Excise Invoice Change Display Post Cancel Update Reverse Create ARE-1 Create ARE-3 Capture Excise Invoice Change Display Post Cancel Update Reverse Create ARE-1 Create ARE-3 Capture Excise Invoice Change Display Post Cancel Update Reverse Create ARE-1 Create ARE-3 Capture Excise Invoice Change Display Post Cancel Update Reverse Create ARE-1 Create ARE-3 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X © SAP AG Page 143 of 203 .

The following entries comes as part of Standard SAP system: Transaction Code J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 Processing Mode Change Change Change Change Change Change Change Display Display Display Display Display Display Display Post Post Post Post Post Post Post Post Post Post Post Post Post Cancel Cancel Reference Document Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice Outgoing Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice Outgoing Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form Purchase Order Stock Transport Order Scheduling Agreement Contract Goods Receipt Without Purchase Order Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice Outgoing Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice Active X X X X © SAP AG Page 144 of 203 .8.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 3.3. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Logistics General  Tax on Goods Movements  India  Business Transactions  Incoming Excise invoice  Define Reference Documents per Transaction SPRO Transaction Code 2. Procedure 1. you specify for each combination of transaction and processing mode which reference documents you want the users to be able to use.3 Use Defining Reference Documents per Transaction In this IMG activity. This setting comes as a default in Standard SAP.

SAP Best Practices J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA103 Cancel Cancel Cancel Cancel Cancel Update Update Update Update Reverse Reverse Reverse Reverse Create ARE-1 Create ARE-3 Create ARE-3 Create ARE-3 Create ARE-3 Change Change Change Change Display Display Display Display Display Display Display Post Post Post Post Post Post Cancel Cancel Cancel Cancel Update Update Update Update Reverse Reverse Reverse Reverse Create ARE-1 Create ARE-3 Change J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Outgoing Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form Outgoing Excise Invoice Purchase Order Stock Transport Order Scheduling Agreement Outgoing Excise Invoice Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE3 Internal Document Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice Outgoing Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE3 Internal Document ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form Outgoing Excise Invoice Outgoing Excise Invoice Internal Excise Invoice X X X X X X X X X X X © SAP AG Page 145 of 203 .

SAP Best Practices J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA104 Change Change Change Change Change Display Display Display Display Display Display Post Post Post Post Post Post Cancel Cancel Cancel Cancel Update Update Update Update Reverse Reverse Reverse Reverse Create ARE-1 Create ARE-3 Change Change Change Change Change Change Display Display Display Display Display Display Post Post Post Post Post Post Cancel J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Vendor Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE3 Internal Document ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form Outgoing Excise Invoice Outgoing Excise Invoice Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form Internal Excise Invoice X X X X X X © SAP AG Page 146 of 203 .

SAP Best Practices J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 Cancel Cancel Cancel Cancel Cancel Update Update Update Update Reverse Reverse Reverse Reverse Create ARE-1 Create ARE-3 Change Change Change Change Change Change Display Display Display Display Display Display Post Post Post Post Post Post Cancel Cancel Cancel Cancel Update Update Update Update Reverse Reverse Reverse Reverse Create ARE-1 Create ARE-3 Change Change Change J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Vendor Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form Outgoing Excise Invoice Outgoing Excise Invoice Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE3 Internal Document ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form Outgoing Excise Invoice Outgoing Excise Invoice Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document X X X X X X X X X X X X © SAP AG Page 147 of 203 .

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SAP Best Practices J1IA303 J1IA303 J1IA303 J1IA303 J1IA303 J1IA303 J1IA303 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide ARE3 Form ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form Outgoing Excise Invoice Outgoing Excise Invoice Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE3 Internal Document Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE3 Internal Document ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form Outgoing Excise Invoice Outgoing Excise Invoice Purchase Order Stock Transport Order Scheduling Agreement Goods Receipt Without Purchase Order Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice X Update Reverse Reverse Reverse Reverse Create ARE-1 Create ARE-3 Change Change Change Change Display Display Display Display Display Display Post Post Post Post Post Post Cancel Cancel Cancel Cancel Update Update Update Update Reverse Reverse Reverse Reverse Create ARE-1 Create ARE-3 Capture Excise Invoice Capture Excise Invoice Capture Excise Invoice Capture Excise Invoice Capture Excise Invoice Change Change Change Change Change Change Display Display X X X X X X X X X X X X X X © SAP AG Page 149 of 203 .

SAP Best Practices J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_C J1IEX_P J1IEX_P J1IEX_P J1IEX_P J1IEX_P J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form Purchase Order Stock Transport Order Scheduling Agreement Goods Receipt Without Purchase Order Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form Purchase Order Stock Transport Order Scheduling Agreement Goods Receipt Without Purchase Order Display Display Display Display Post Post Post Post Post Post Cancel Cancel Cancel Cancel Cancel Cancel Capture Excise Invoice Capture Excise Invoice Capture Excise Invoice Capture Excise Invoice Capture Excise Invoice Change Change Change Change Change Change Display Display Display Display Display Display Post Post Post Post Post Post Cancel Cancel Cancel Cancel Cancel Cancel Capture Excise Invoice Capture Excise Invoice Capture Excise Invoice Capture Excise Invoice Capture Excise Invoice X X X X X X X X X X X © SAP AG Page 150 of 203 .

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J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE1 Form ARE3 Internal Document ARE3 Form X X

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3.8.3.4 Use

Maintaining Rejection Codes

In this IMG activity, you define the rejection codes that are used in the Incoming Excise Invoices transaction.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Logistics General  Tax on Goods Movements  India  Business Transactions  Incoming Excise invoice  Maintain Rejection Codes SPRO

Transaction Code

2. On the Change View: “Rejection Codes”: Over view screen, make the following entries: 3. Choose New Entries icon for maintaining the new entries. Field name Rejection Code Description Rejection Code User action and values 10 Note Input value

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J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide User action and values Discrepancy in Excise Invoice Leave it blank Note Input value

Posting indicator

4. Choose Enter complete the entries 5. Save the entries by choosing Save icon or choose Ctrl
+ S.

Result
Data was saved.

3.8.3.5 Use

Maintaining Movement Types Involve Excise Invoice

In this IMG activity, you specify which movement types relating to goods receipts involve excise invoices. The system uses this information during the goods receipt procedure. When you post a goods receipt using one of the movement types that you have specified here, the system prompts you to Enter the excise invoice.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Logistics General  Tax on Goods Movements  India  Business Transactions  Incoming Excise invoice  Specify which Movement Types Involve Excise Invoice.

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2. On the Movement Type versus Register Relevance: screen, make the following entries: 3. Choose New Entries icon for maintaining the new entries. Movmt Type Movement Type 101 101 101 102 102 102 103 103 104 104 122 122 124 124 131 132 261 261 262 262 561 562 601 641 561 561 602 642 Register Register Register RG1 Register RG23A Register RG23C Register RG1 Register RG23A Register RG23C Register RG23A Register RG23C Register RG23A Register RG23C Register RG23A Register RG23C Register RG23A Register RG23C Register RG1 Register RG1 Register RG23A Register RG23C Register RG23A Register RG23C Register RG1 Register RG1 Register RG1 Register RG1 Register RG23A Register RG23C Register RG1 Register RG1 Note

4. Choose Enter complete the entries 5. Save the entries by choosing Save icon or choose Ctrl
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Result
Data was saved.

3.8.3.6 Use

Subcontracting Attributes

The subcontracting attributes help determine conditions for a combination of an excise group, a transaction type, and a sub-transaction type. The conditions such as the number of excise items per subcontracting challan, if the non-excisable materials have to be filtered or not when the subcontracting challan is created, the movement type groups for issues and receipts and the hierarchy of determining the excise base value are mentioned here.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction Code IMG Menu SPRO Logistics General  Tax on Goods Movement  India  Business Transactions  Subcontracting  Subcontracting Attributes

2. On the Subcontracting Scenario Attributes: Details screen, make the following entries: 3. Choose New Entries icon and maintain the following entries: Field name Excise Group Excise TT Sub Transaction Type Sub Tran Type Text Subc. Period Description Excise group Excise transaction Type Sub transaction Type Sub transaction type description Subcontracting maximum number of days Rate of subcontracting Material issue movement groups Materials receipts movement groups Filter non excisable materials Excise invoice items R/O/C R R R R R User action and values 10 57FC 01 57FC CHALLAN 180 Note

Ratesubcontracting Mvt Grp Issues Mvt Grp Receipt Filter Non excise EI Items

O R R O O

Leave it blank 0001 0002 Leave it blank 10

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7 Use Maintaining Movement Type Groups In this setting you are going to group together movement types into two groups 0001 and 0002.8. Procedure 1. Subcon Out Type Description Number range J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide R/O/C R R R User action and values 01 Assessable value table first then Excise Invoice J1IF Select from drop down list Note Assessable value Subcontracting output type 4.SAP Best Practices Field name No. i. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction Code IMG Menu SPRO Logistics General  Tax on Goods Movement  India  Business Transactions  Subcontracting  Maintain Movement Type Groups 2. Inv. Result Data was saved. Choose New Entries icon and maintain the following entries: Field name Mvt Group Movement type Special stock Mvt Group Movement type Special stock Mvt Group Description Movement type group Movement type Special stock type Movement type group Movement type Special stock type Movement type group R/O/C R R R R R R R User action and values 0001 122 Leave it blank 0001 102 Leave it blank 0001 Note © SAP AG Page 155 of 203 . Choose Enter to complete the inputs. 5. range no. Val. Choose Save icon or choose Control + S to save the entries. On the Subcontracting Scenario Attributes: Details screen.e. / Exc.3. issue movements and receiving movements. Ass. 3. make the following entries: 3.

8.8 Use Utilization Determination In this IMG activity.3. 3. Here.SAP Best Practices Field name Movement type Mvt Group Movement type Special stock Special stock Mvt Group Movement type Special stock Mvt Group Movement type Special stock Mvt Group Movement type Special stock Description Movement type Movement type group Movement type J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide R/O/C R R R R R R R R R R R R R R 0002 543 O 0002 101 0002 542 User action and values 541 0001 544 O Note Special stock type Special stock type Movement type group Movement type Special stock type Movement type group Movement type Special stock type Movement type group Movement type Special stock type 4. Result Data was saved. 5. you specify which CENVAT accounts are to be debited by the Fortnight Utilization of CENVAT report: When the report calculates how much excise duty you must remit. you specify those defaults. Choose Enter to complete the inputs. it automatically proposes which CENVAT accounts the duty should be debited to. Choose Save icon or choose Control + S to save the entries. © SAP AG Page 156 of 203 .

Save the entries by choosing Save icon or choose Ctrl + S. During copying system may give warning message.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Procedure 1. Choose Enter complete the entries 6. Excise gp Excise Group 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 ACC Name Account Name PLA AED account PLA BED account PLA SED account RG 23A AED account RG 23A BED account RG 23A SED account RG 23C AED account RG 23C BED account RG 23C SED account PLA AED account PLA BED account PLA SED account RG 23A AED account RG 23A BED account RG 23A SED account RG 23C AED account RG 23C BED account RG 23C SED account Note 4. On the Movement Type versus Register Relevance: screen. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Logistics General  Tax on Goods Movements  India  Business Transactions  Utilization  Utilization Determination SPRO Transaction Code 2. 20. Result © SAP AG Page 157 of 203 . 40 and X0 excise groups. Similarly you can copy the entries from excise group 10 to 11. Choose New Entries icon for maintaining the new entries. please ignore that. 30. make the following entries: 3. 5.

MONTHLY ABSTRACT RT12 . J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 3. name Register Name PLA Register PLACONS Register RG1 Register RG1RI Register RG23A1 Register RG23A2 Register RG23C1 Register RG23C2 Register RG23D Register RT12 Register RT12 Register RT12 Register PLA Register PLACONS Register RG1 Register RG1RI Register RG23A1 Register RG23A2 Register RG23C1 Register RG23C2 Register RG23D Register RT12 Register RT12 Register Lay.DETAILS RT12 .9 Use Excise Registers In this IMG activity. num Layout number 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 002 003 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 002 Form Form J_2I_PLA J_2I_PLA J_2I_RG1 J_2I_RG1 J_2IRG23A_PART1 J_2IRG23A_PART2 J_2IRG23C_PART1 J_2IRG23C_PART2 J_2I_RG23D J_2I_RT12_ABSTRA J_2I_RT12_DETLS J_2I_RT12_3 J_2I_PLA J_2I_PLA J_2I_RG1 J_2I_RG1 J_2IRG23A_PART1 J_2IRG23A_PART2 J_2IRG23C_PART1 J_2IRG23C_PART2 J_2I_RG23D J_2I_RT12_ABSTRA J_2I_RT12_DETLS Layout description Layout description PERSONAL LEDGER ACCOUNT PERSONAL LEDGER ACCOUNT RG1 REGISTER RG1 DAILY STOCK REPORT RG23A PART1 RG23A PART2 RG23A PART1 RG23A PART2 RG23D REGISTER RT12 .8. you specify which SAP script forms the system prints the excise registers with.MONTHLY ABSTRACT RT12 . maintain the following entries. CoCd Company Code BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X BP0X Reg. SAP as a standard will come with some ready made forms.3.DETAILS Tcode/prog Tcode/prog J_2IPLA J_2IPLA J_2IRRG1 J_2IRCG1 J_2IRAP1 J_2IRAP2 J_2IRCP1 J_2IRCP2 J_2IRG23 J_2IRT12 J_2IRT12 J_2IRT12 J_2IPLA J_2IPLA J_2IRRG1 J_2IRCG1 J_2IRAP1 J_2IRAP2 J_2IRCP1 J_2IRCP2 J_2IRG23 J_2IRT12 J_2IRT12 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 No. the same are being used here. for each of your company codes.FORM 3 PERSONAL LEDGER ACCOUNT PERSONAL LEDGER ACCOUNT RG1 REGISTER RG1 DAILY STOCK REPORT RG23A PART1 RG23A PART2 RG23A PART1 RG23A PART2 RG23D REGISTER RT12 . Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Logistics General  Tax on Goods Movements  India  Business Transactions  Excise Registers  Specify SAP Script Forms SPRO Transaction Code 2. On the Table for all the layouts of excise reporting: screen. Procedure 1.SAP Best Practices Data was saved. copies © SAP AG Page 158 of 203 .

FORM 3 J_2IRT12 001 3.4. 4.4 3.1 Use Business Transactions: Tools Number Ranges As a proof of performing transactions SAP will give document number. Choose Enter to complete the entries. To save the entries choose Save icon or choose Ctrl + S.8. You can maintain the number ranges for all CIN Number range objects using this transaction. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Logistics General  Tax on Goods Movements  India  Tools  Number Ranges © SAP AG Page 159 of 203 . Procedure 1.8.SAP Best Practices BP0X RT12 Register 003 J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide J_2I_RT12_3 RT12 . Result Data was saved. 3.

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As per the table indicated for each and every Object you need to maintain the number ranges. give the Object name and choose Number Range icon. + © SAP AG Page 161 of 203 . Year. 3. On the Number Rage Object Maintenance: screen. On this screen choose Interval icon or choose Shift+F1. then system will give new screen with name Maintain Number Range Interval. After giving the number ranges for each and every object choose Save icon or choose Ctrl S to save the number ranges. Here in this table Year. then system will prompt for new screen. These number ranges to be given for all Objects and all Excise groups separately. From number and To numbers as per the table mentioned below: 6. As per the requirement you can incorporate the current year and from and to number ranges. then maintain No.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 2. 5. Choose Interval icon. 4. On this new screen give the Excise Group or Excise Series depending on object and maintain the number ranges. From number and To number are give for example only.

2 Use Long Texts In this IMG activity. The above number ranges and objects needs to be maintained for the current year and all the excise groups of 10. you define the different types of long texts that you want to be able to maintain in the various excise transactions This setting comes as a default in Standard SAP.13.SAP Best Practices Object J_1IINTNUM J_1IRG23A1 J_1IRG23A2 J_1IRG23C1 J_1IRG23C2 J_1IRG23D J_1IINTPR2 J_1IPLA2 J_1IRG1 10 10 10 10 20 10 10 10 Excise Group J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide No 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 Year 9999 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 From number 0000000001 0000000001 0000000001 0000000001 0000000001 0000000001 0000000001 0000000001 0000001000 To number 0000099999 0000099999 0000099999 0000099999 0000099999 0000099999 0000099999 0000099999 0000099999 7. 3.11.12.31 and X1.15.8.21. Result The changes were saved.30 and X0.4. The above number ranges and objects needs to be maintained for the current year and all the excise series groups 11. Procedure 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Logistics General  Tax on Goods Movements  India  © SAP AG Page 162 of 203 . Object J_1IEXCLOC J_1IEXCLOC J_1IEXCLOC J_1I57FC J_1IEXCEXP J_1IDEPINV Series Group 11 12 21 11 12 21 No 01 01 01 01 01 01 Year 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 From number 1100000001 1200000001 2100000001 0000000001 0000005000 0000000001 To number 1100099999 1200099999 2100099999 0000099999 0000009000 0000099999 8. For 20 only J_1IRG23D object is required as this is declared as depot.

ID NA X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 3.8. The following entries comes as part of Standard SAP system: Object J1IA J1IA J1IA J1IA J1IARE1 J1IARE1 J1IARE1 J1IARE1 J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX J1IEX J1IF J1IF J1IF J1IF J1IF J1IF J1IG J1IH J1IH J1II J1II J1IJ J1IM J1IS J1IS J1IU J1IW J1IW ID 0001 0002 0003 DNLD 0001 0002 0003 0004 0001 0002 0003 DNLD 0001 0002 0003 DNLD IDEN PROC 0001 0001 DNLD 0001 DNLD 0001 0001 0001 DNLD DNLD 0001 DNLD Description Excise invoice text Bill of lading text Shipment details text Download Mode of transport Export obligation Excise Seal Number Container number Excise invoice text Bill of lading text Shipment details text Download text Sub contracting challan Sub contractors norms Shipping instructions Download Identification marks Nature of processing Invoice JV text Download Excise invoice Download Excise depot details Depot excise invoice item Excise other movements -header Download text Header Download INCL. This setting comes as a default in Standard SAP.3 Use Message Ctrl In this activity.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Tools  Long Texts Transaction Code SPRO 2. Procedure © SAP AG Page 163 of 203 .4. you can specify whether a given message should appear as a warning message or an error message.

Check the country list delivered with the standard system. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Transaction Code Logistics General  Tax on Goods Movements  India  Tools  Message Ctrl SPRO 2. 122 153 167 168 176 180 181 194 103 184 312 339 478 542 575 576 577 634 Transaction Code User Message Type Warning Error Error Warning Error Warning Warning Warning Warning Warning Warning Warning Warning Error Warning Warning Warning Warning 3. Checking Withholding Tax Countries Procedure © SAP AG Page 164 of 203 .9. 2. Compare it with the official list from the tax authorities and make corrections where necessary. Activities 1.9 Extended Withholding Tax – Basic Settings 3. The following entries comes as part of Standard SAP system: Application Area 4F 4F 4F 4F 4F 4F 4F 4F 8I 8I 8I 8I 8I 8I 8I 8I 8I 8I Message No.1 Use The withholding tax country is needed for printing the withholding tax form.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 1.

On the Change View “Country Keys for Withholding Tax”: Overview screen.e. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction Code IMG Menu SPRO Financial Accounting → Financial Accounting Global Settings → Withholding Tax → Extended Withholding Tax → Basic Settings → Check Withholding Tax Countries 4. 3. according to which tax is withheld. make the following entries Field name Cty Wcty Description Country Withholding Tax Country R/O/C User action and values IN IN Note Country Key As Country Key and With holding Tax country key is same for India Description of with holding tax Country Description Description India 5. The system can therefore assign the withholding tax items to the correct withholding tax return. On the Change View “Official withholding tax key – Descriptions”: Overview screen. official income tax Section Code. Procedure 1.9. make country IN entry in this field. 3.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 3. make the following entries for the Country IN Official Key 194A 194C 194D 194I Name Interest income other than securities Payment to contractors Insurance Commission Rent National Tax Code © SAP AG Page 165 of 203 . To save the entries use the Save Icon or choose Ctrl+S. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction Code IMG Menu SPRO Financial Accounting → Financial Accounting Global Settings → Withholding Tax → Extended Withholding Tax → Basic Settings → Define Official Withholding Tax Codes 2. System will give a pop screen.2 Use Defining Official Withholding Tax Codes The withholding tax keys correspond to the Official Withholding Tax laws i.

9.10 Defining Branch Office For Indian Withholding tax purpose Business Place is being used as Branch Office to meet the process requirements. 3. To save the entries use the Save Icon or choose Ctrl+S. On the Change View “Withholding Tax type: Reasons for Exemption”: Overview screen. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Financial Accounting Global Settings → Withholding Tax → Extended Withholding Tax → Basic Settings → India → Define Business Place © SAP AG Page 166 of 203 . make the following new entries for the Country IN Official Key 01 02 03 04 Name Exemption granted by AO Exemption granted by ITO Exemption granted by AC(IT) Exemption granted by DC(IT) 3. You can Enter this indicator in the vendor master record or in the company code withholding tax master record information. 3.3 Use Defining Reasons for Exemption In this activity reasons for exemption from withholding tax will be defined. Procedure 1.SAP Best Practices Official Key 194J 195 Name J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide National Tax Code Prof/Technical services Payment to foreign nationals 4. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Financial Accounting Global Settings → Withholding Tax → Extended Withholding Tax → Basic Settings → Define Reasons for Exemption SPRO Transaction Code 2. Procedure 1. To save the entries use the Save Icon or choose Ctrl+S.

SAP Best Practices Transaction Code J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide SPRO 2. Choose Enter to leave the Address details screen 7. To save the entries use the Save Icon or choose Ctrl+S.Place Note 4.11 Defining Section Code Use © SAP AG Page 167 of 203 . Choose Enter or choose the Address icon to maintain the address details 5. 3. On the Change View “Business Place”: Details screen. Maintain the address details for the Business Place BP01 in the detail address screen: Field name Name 1 Name 2 Name 3 & Name 4 Search Term1 Search Term 2 Street/House number Postal Code City Country Region Time Zone Jurisdiction Code Language EN 6. BP BUSINESS PLACE ST2 MG Road 522000 Bangalore IN 10 Postal Address of Business Place Enter required necessary details Description User action and values India Best PracticesB. System will give a popup screen. make the following entries for the Company Code BP01 Field name Business Place Name 1 Description Business Place Key Name of Business Place User action and values BP01 India Best PracticesBus. Enter company code BP01 and choose Enter.Place Note Name of the Tax office 3.

Maintain the address details for the Section Code BP01 in the detail address screen: Field name Name 1 Name 2 Search Term1 Description User action and values India Best Practices Ltd. make the following entries for the Company Code BP01: Field name Section Code Name 1 Business Place Description Section Code Key Name of Section code Business Place reference User action and values BP01 India Best Practices Ltd Blank Note 4. Choose Enter or choose the Address icon to maintain the address details 5. Procedure 1. System will give a pop screen.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Section Code is used for each tax deduction account number (TAN) and accordingly to which TDS Certificates and Annual returns will be filed with tax authorities. To save the entries use the Save Icon or choose Ctrl+S. Choose Enter to leave the Address details screen 7. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Financial Accounting Global Settings → Withholding Tax → Extended Withholding Tax → Basic Settings → South Korea → Define Section Code SPRO Transaction Code 2.. Section Code Name 2 If any can be maintained Maintain the TAN (Tax deduction Account Number) MG Road 522000 Bangalore IN 10 India Note Search Term 2 Street/House number Postal Code City Country Region Time Zone Jurisdiction Code Language EN 6. On the Change View “Section Codes”: Overview screen. 3. © SAP AG Page 168 of 203 . input company code BP01 in the filed and Enter to continue.

Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Menu Transaction Code System →Services →Table Maintenance → Extended Table Maintenance SM30 2. 3.Calculation 3. The system uses this information when you post a vendor invoice. Procedure 1.12 Maintaining Factory Calendar to Section Code Use Which days the tax offices that you work with are open.1 Use This Withholding tax type is used for withholding and posting tax at the time of creating an invoice liability of the Vendor. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Financial Accounting Global Settings → Withholding Tax → Extended Withholding Tax → Calculation → Withholding Tax Type → Define Withholding Tax Type for Invoice Posting © SAP AG Page 169 of 203 .SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 3. On the Change View “Calendar for Payment Due date – EWT India Section Code”: Overview screen. and choose Maintain icon to continue. so that it can allow for public holidays when it determines the tax due date.13. make the following New Entries: Field name Company Code Section Code Factory Calendar Rule Description Company Code Key Section Code key Factory Calendar Key Tax Rule User action and values BP01 BP01 IN Day Before Note 4. On the Maintain Table Views: Initial Screen. Defining Withholding Tax Type for Invoice Posting Procedure 1. Enter J_1IEWTCALID_N in filed Table/View.13 Extended Withholding Tax . 3. To save the entries use the Save Icon or choose Ctrl+S.

4. make the following New Entries for the Country IN Field name Withholding Tax Type Description Description Withholding Tax Type Description of the Withholding Tax Type Base amount to calculate tax Rounding rule of W/holding Tax Posting of Withholding tax Accumulation of W/holding Tax User action and values I1 INV-CONTRACTORS. Numbering Maintenance of with holding tax base as manual Maintenance of with holding tax as manual Generation of standard Certificate (not TDS certificates) Base amount determination at Type level or code level Tax amount determination at Type level or code level Activate the W/tax Base Manual Check box Activate the W/tax amount Manual Check box Activate the No. To save the entries use the Save Icon. up Post W/tax amount Accumulation Type No Accumulation Ctrl Data W/tax Base Manual Manual W/tax amount No Cert.194C Note Calculation Base Amount -Gross Amount Rounding Rule Round W/tax amnt. make the following New Entries: © SAP AG Page 170 of 203 . To add some more tax types on the Change View “Define Withholding tax type: Posting at time of Invoice” screen. On the Change View “Define Withholding tax type: Posting at time of Invoice” screen. Certificate Numbering Check box Select the Base amount from the Withholding Tax Code level radio button Select the Withholding tax amount from the Withholding Tax Code level radio button Select the No Accumulation Radio button Select the Round W/tax amount Up radio button Activate the Post W/tax amount check box Select the Gross Amount radio button Base amount – W/Tax Code Level Withholding tax amount – W/tax Code level 3.SAP Best Practices Transaction Code SPRO J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 2.TDS SEC.

Certificate Numbering Check box Select the Base amount from the Withholding Tax Code level radio button Select the Withholding tax amount from the Withholding Tax Code level radio button Note Withholding Tax Type Description of the Withholding Tax Type Base amount to calculate tax Rounding rule of W/holding Tax Posting of Withholding tax Accumulation of W/holding Tax Calculation Base Amount -Gross Amount Rounding Rule Round W/tax amnt.TDS SEC.SAP Best Practices Field name Withholding Tax Type Description Description J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide User action and values I2 INV-ADVERT. up Post W/tax amount Accumulation Type No Accumulation Ctrl Data W/tax Base Manual Manual W/tax amount No Cert. To add some more tax types on the Change View “Define Withholding tax type: Posting at time of Invoice” screen. Numbering Maintenance of with holding tax base as manual Maintenance of with holding tax as manual Generation of standard Certificate (not TDS certificates) Base amount determination at Type level or code level Tax amount determination at Type level or code level Base amount – W/Tax Code Level Withholding tax amount – W/tax Code level 5. 6.194C Select the Gross Amount radio button Select the Round W/tax amount Up radio button Activate the Post W/tax amount check box Select the No Accumulation Radio button Activate the W/tax Base Manual Check box Activate the W/tax amount Manual Check box Activate the No. CONTRACTS . To save the entries use the Save Icon. make the following New Entries: Field name Withholding Tax Type Description Withholding Tax Type User action and values I3 Note © SAP AG Page 171 of 203 .

Certificate Numbering Check box Select the Base amount from the Withholding Tax Code level radio button Select the Withholding tax amount from the Withholding Tax Code level radio button Select the No Accumulation Radio button Select the Round W/tax amount Up radio button Activate the Post W/tax amount check box Select the Gross Amount radio button Base amount – W/Tax Code Level Withholding tax amount – W/tax Code level 7. To save the entries use the Save Icon. make the following New Entries: Field name Withholding Tax Type Description Description Withholding Tax Type Description of the Withholding Tax Type User action and values I4 INV-RENT-TDS SEC.SAP Best Practices Field name Description Description J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide User action and values INV-PROFESSIONAL FEES-TDS SEC. up Post W/tax amount Accumulation Type No Accumulation Ctrl Data W/tax Base Manual Manual W/tax amount No Cert.194J Note Description of the Withholding Tax Type Base amount to calculate tax Rounding rule of W/holding Tax Posting of Withholding tax Accumulation of W/holding Tax Calculation Base Amount -Gross Amount Rounding Rule Round W/tax amnt. 8.194I(HuF/Ind) Note © SAP AG Page 172 of 203 . To add some more tax types on the Change View “Define Withholding tax type: Posting at time of Invoice” screen. Numbering Maintenance of with holding tax base as manual Maintenance of with holding tax as manual Generation of standard Certificate (not TDS certificates) Base amount determination at Type level or code level Tax amount determination at Type level or code level Activate the W/tax Base Manual Check box Activate the W/tax amount Manual Check box Activate the No.

make the following New Entries: Field name Withholding Tax Type Description Description Withholding Tax Type Description of the Withholding Tax Type Base amount to calculate tax User action and values I5 INV-RENT-TDS SEC. up Post W/tax amount Accumulation Type No Accumulation Ctrl Data W/tax Base Manual Manual W/tax amount No Cert. 10. To add some more tax types on the Change View “Define Withholding tax type: Posting at time of Invoice” screen. To save the entries use the Save Icon.194I(Others) Note Calculation Base Amount -Gross Amount Select the Gross Amount radio button © SAP AG Page 173 of 203 . Numbering Description J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide User action and values Select the Gross Amount radio button Select the Round W/tax amount Up radio button Activate the Post W/tax amount check box Select the No Accumulation Radio button Activate the W/tax Base Manual Check box Activate the W/tax amount Manual Check box Activate the No. Certificate Numbering Check box Select the Base amount from the Withholding Tax Code level radio button Select the Withholding tax amount from the Withholding Tax Code level radio button Note Base amount to calculate tax Rounding rule of W/holding Tax Posting of Withholding tax Accumulation of W/holding Tax Maintenance of with holding tax base as manual Maintenance of with holding tax as manual Generation of standard Certificate (not TDS certificates) Base amount determination at Type level or code level Tax amount determination at Type level or code level Base amount – W/Tax Code Level Withholding tax amount – W/tax Code level 9.SAP Best Practices Field name Calculation Base Amount -Gross Amount Rounding Rule Round W/tax amnt.

make the following New Entries: Field name Withholding Tax Type Description Description Withholding Tax Type Description of the Withholding Tax Type Base amount to calculate tax Rounding rule of W/holding Tax User action and values I6 INV-COMMISSION-TDS SEC.194D Note Calculation Base Amount -Gross Amount Rounding Rule Round W/tax amnt. Numbering Description J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide User action and values Select the Round W/tax amount Up radio button Activate the Post W/tax amount check box Select the No Accumulation Radio button Activate the W/tax Base Manual Check box Activate the W/tax amount Manual Check box Activate the No. 12.SAP Best Practices Field name Rounding Rule Round W/tax amnt. up Select the Round W/tax amount Up radio button Select the Gross Amount radio button © SAP AG Page 174 of 203 . Certificate Numbering Check box Select the Base amount from the Withholding Tax Code level radio button Select the Withholding tax amount from the Withholding Tax Code level radio button Note Rounding rule of W/holding Tax Posting of Withholding tax Accumulation of W/holding Tax Maintenance of with holding tax base as manual Maintenance of with holding tax as manual Generation of standard Certificate (not TDS certificates) Base amount determination at Type level or code level Tax amount determination at Type level or code level Base amount – W/Tax Code Level Withholding tax amount – W/tax Code level 11. To save the entries use the Save Icon. up Post W/tax amount Accumulation Type No Accumulation Ctrl Data W/tax Base Manual Manual W/tax amount No Cert. To add some more tax types on the Change View “Define Withholding tax type: Posting at time of Invoice” screen.

Numbering Description J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide User action and values Activate the Post W/tax amount check box Select the No Accumulation Radio button Activate the W/tax Base Manual Check box Activate the W/tax amount Manual Check box Activate the No. 3.13. make the following New Entries for the Country IN: Field name Description User action and values Note © SAP AG Page 175 of 203 . Certificate Numbering Check box Select the Base amount from the Withholding Tax Code level radio button Select the Withholding tax amount from the Withholding Tax Code level radio button Note Posting of Withholding tax Accumulation of W/holding Tax Maintenance of with holding tax base as manual Maintenance of with holding tax as manual Generation of standard Certificate (not TDS certificates) Base amount determination at Type level or code level Tax amount determination at Type level or code level Base amount – W/Tax Code Level Withholding tax amount – W/tax Code level 13. To save the entries use the Save Icon.2 Use Defining Withholding Tax Types for Payment Posting The purpose of this activity is to define the withholding tax type for deduction of TDS at the time of payment. Procedure 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Financial Accounting Global Settings → Withholding Tax → Extended Withholding Tax → Calculation → Withholding Tax Type → Define Withholding Tax Type for Payment Posting SPRO Transaction Code 2. On the Change View “Define Withholding tax type definition: Posting at time of Payment” screen.SAP Best Practices Field name Post W/tax amount Accumulation Type No Accumulation Ctrl Data W/tax Base Manual Manual W/tax amount No Cert.

Certificate Numbering Check box Select the Base amount from the Withholding Tax Code level radio button Select the Withholding tax amount from the Withholding Tax Code level radio button Select the radio button for No Central Invoice Select the radio button for minimum check at item level Note Description of the Withholding Tax Type Base amount to calculate tax Rounding rule of W/holding Tax Tax Deduction on net of Discounts Posting of Withholding tax Accumulation of W/holding Tax Calculation Base Amount -Gross Amount Rounding Rule Round W/tax amnt.-TDS SEC. up Cash Discount – Cash discount Pre W/tax Post W/tax amount Accumulation Type No Accumulation Ctrl Data W/tax Base Manual Manual W/tax amount No Cert.SAP Best Practices Field name Description Description J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide User action and values PAYMENTCONTRACTORS. Numbering Maintenance of with holding tax base as manual Maintenance of with holding tax as manual Generation of standard Certificate (not TDS certificates) Base amount determination at Type level or code level Tax amount determination at Type level or code level Receipt of Invoice – Central Invoice Minimum Check at item level Base amount – W/Tax Code Level Withholding tax amount – W/tax Code level Central Invoice – No Central Invoice Minimum Check – Minimum Check at Item level © SAP AG Page 176 of 203 .194C Select the Gross Amount radio button Select the Round W/tax amount Up radio button Select the C/disc pre W/tx radio button Activate the Post W/tax amount check box Select the No Accumulation Radio button Activate the W/tax Base Manual Check box Activate the W/tax amount Manual Check box Activate the No.

194C PAY-PROFESSIONAL FEES-TDS SEC.194I(Others) PAY-COMMISSION-TDS SEC. Follow the steps 3 to 5 to create the remaining ECESS tax types as given in the table below: Reference Withholding Tax Type I1 Description ECESS Tax Type Description INVCONTRACTORS.ECESS. 3.-ECESS. To create the other Payment Withholding tax Type copy the above to the following Withholding Tax Types: Withholding Tax Type Key P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 Description of With holding Tax Type for Payment Posting PAY-ADVERT. Select Tax type P1 and copy as tax type ‘EA’. make the following New Entries for the Country IN to create for ECESS tax types with reference to Existing Tax types of TDS.194C © SAP AG Page 177 of 203 .SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 3. On the Change View “Define Withholding tax type: Posting at time of Invoice” screen.194D All other values remain same as P1 type which is defined in the previous step.CONTRACTS-TDS SEC. 3.ECESS. Procedure 1. 4. Select Check Box ‘ Inherit Base’ and Enter 6.194C E1 INVCONTRACTORS.194C’ 5.194J PAY-RENT-TDS SEC. To save the entries use the Save Icon or choose Ctrl+S.13. Change the description as ‘INV-CONTRACTORS. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Financial Accounting Global Settings → Withholding Tax → Extended Withholding Tax → Calculation → Withholding Tax Type → Define Withholding Tax Type for Invoice Posting SPRO Transaction Code 2.SEC. 4.3 Defining Withholding Tax Type for Ecess at invoice posting Use This Withholding tax type is used for calculating Ecess on Withholding Tax and posting tax at the time of creating an invoice liability of the Vendor.SEC.194I(HuF/Ind) PAY-RENT-TDS SEC.SEC.

13.194I(HuF/Ind) INV-RENT-TDS SEC. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Financial Accounting Global Settings → Withholding Tax → Extended Withholding Tax → Calculation → Withholding Tax Type → Define Withholding Tax Type for Payment Posting © SAP AG Page 178 of 203 .4 Defining Withholding Tax Type for Ecess at Payment posting Use This Withholding tax type is used for calculating Ecess on Withholding Tax and posting tax at the time of posting a payment to the Vendor.194J INV-RENT-TDS SEC.CONTRAC TS-ECESS SEC.194I(Others) INV-COMMISSIONTDS SEC. Procedure 1.194D E2 INVADVERT.194D I3 E3 I4 I5 E4 E5 I6 E6 To save the entries use the Save Icon 3.CONTRAC TS-TDS SEC.194I(Others) INV-COMMISSIONECESS SEC.194J INV-RENT-ECESS SEC.194I(HuF/Ind) INV-RENT-ECESS SEC.194C INVPROFESSIONAL FEES-ECESS SEC.SAP Best Practices Reference Withholding Tax Type I2 J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Description ECESS Tax Type Description INVADVERT.194C INVPROFESSIONAL FEES-TDS SEC.

ECESS SEC. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Financial Accounting Global Settings → Withholding Tax → Extended Withholding Tax → Calculation → © SAP AG Page 179 of 203 .SEC.194D EA PAYCONTRACTORS. 4. Select Tax typeP1 and copy as tax type ‘EA’.194C’ 5.-ECESS.194C PAYADVERT.194J PAY-RENT-ECESS SEC.194C PAYPROFESSIONAL FEES-TDS SEC. 3. At the time of posting withholding tax system will round the values to be posted for withholding tax as per the rounding rules. Follow the steps 3 to 5 to create the remaining ECESS tax types as given in the table below: Reference Withholding Tax Type P1 Description ECESS Tax Type Description PAYCONTRACTORS.CONTRAC TS-TDS SEC.194I(Others) PAY-COMMISSIONECESS SEC.5 Use Defining Rounding Rule for Withholding Tax Types The purpose of this activity is to maintain the rounding rule.TDS SEC. Change the description as ‘INV-CONTRACTORS. On the Change View “Withholding tax type Definition: Posting at time of Pay” screen.194C PAYPROFESSIONAL FEES-ECESS SEC.13.194C PAYADVERT.194D P2 EB P3 EC P4 P5 P6 ED EE EF 7.CONTRAC TS-ECESS SEC. Procedure 1.SAP Best Practices Transaction Code SPRO J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 2.194I(Others) PAY-COMMISSIONTDS SEC.194J PAY-RENT-TDS SEC.194I(HuF/Ind) PAY-RENT-ECESS SEC. To save the entries use the Save Icon 3. make the following New Entries for the Country IN to create for ECESS tax types with reference to Existing Tax types of TDS. Select Check Box ‘ Inherit Base’ 6.194I(HuF/Ind) PAY-RENT-TDS SEC.

SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Withholding Tax Type → Define Rounding Rule for Withholding Tax Types Transaction Code SPRO 2. To save the entries use the Save Icon or choose Ctrl+S. 3. make the following New Entries: Company Code BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 Withholding Tax Type I1 I2 I3 I4 I5 I6 P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6 EA EB EC ED EE EF Currency INR INR INR INR INR INR INR INR INR INR INR INR INR INR INR INR INR INR INR INR INR INR INR INR Unit 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 Note 3. On the Change View “Withholding Tax Rounding Rules”: Overview screen.13.6 Use Defining Withholding Tax Codes © SAP AG Page 180 of 203 .

194I-15% INVRENT. % Subject to tax 100 Posting Indicator 1 Withholding Tax Rate 2.05% I2 I2 194C 100 1 1. Procedure 1. The withholding tax rate contains Base withholding tax rate and Surcharge on base with holding tax rate.194C2.025% I3 I3 194J 100 1 5.50% I6 I6 194D 100 1 5.05% © SAP AG Page 181 of 203 .194J5. Base withholding tax rate and surcharge rate together one withholding tax code is defined.COR P-TDS SEC194C1.CORP -TDS SEC.194D5.125% I4 I4 194I 100 1 15% I5 I5 194I 100 1 20.125% P1 P1 194C 100 1 2.HUF/INDIVI DUAL-TDS SEC.CORPTDS SEC.COR P-TDS SEC.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide The purpose of this activity is to define the withholding tax codes. This can be maintained as two different with holding tax codes (i.05% INVADV.CORP/OTH ER-TDS SEC.194C2.CONTS.50% INVCOMMISSN.125% INVRENT.e. base withholding tax rate in one code and surcharge in another code) or together withholding tax rate can be maintained. The rates are maintained through withholding tax code.125% PAYCONTS..CORPTDS SEC. make the following New Entries for the Country IN W/Tax Type I1 W/Tax Code I1 Description of W/tax Code INVCONTS.025% INVPROF/TECH.194I20. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Financial Accounting Global Settings → Withholding Tax → Extended Withholding Tax → Calculation → Withholding Tax Codes → Define Withholding Tax Codes SPRO Transaction Code 2.050% Official W/tax Key 194C Base amt. On the Change View “Withholding tax Code”: Overview screen.

500% PAYCOMMISSN. make the following New Entries for the Country IN W/Tax Type EI W/Tax Code E1 Description of W/tax Code INV-CONTS -ECESS SEC.HUF/INDIVI DUAL-TDS SEC. 3.SAP Best Practices W/Tax Type P2 W/Tax Code P2 Description of W/tax Code J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Official W/tax Key 194C Base amt.13. The withholding tax rate contains ECESS percentage for each withholding tax type.025% PAYADV. To save the entries use the Save Icon or choose Ctrl+S.125% P4 P4 194I 100 1 15% P5 P5 194I 100 1 20.125% 3.194J5. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Financial Accounting Global Settings → Withholding Tax → Extended Withholding Tax → Calculation → Withholding Tax Codes → Define Withholding Tax Codes SPRO Transaction Code 2.194I-15% PAYRENT. On the Change View “Withholding tax Code”: Overview screen.500% P6 P6 194D 100 1 5.COR P-TDS SEC194C1.125% PAYRENT.CORP -TDS SEC. The rates are maintained through withholding tax code.CONTS. % Subject to tax 100 Posting Indicator 1 Withholding Tax Rate 1.COR P-TDS SEC.194D5.194C Official W/tax Key 194C Base amt.194I20..7 Use Defining Withholding Tax Codes (ECESS) The purpose of this activity is to define the withholding tax codes for ECESS.CORP/OTH ER-TDS SEC.500% P3 P3 194J 100 1 5. % Subject to tax 100 Posting Indicator 1 Withholding Tax Rate 2% © SAP AG Page 182 of 203 . Procedure 1.025% PAYPROF/TECH.

SAP Best Practices W/Tax Type E2 E3 E4 W/Tax Code E2 E3 E4 Description of W/tax Code J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Official W/tax Key 194C 194J 194I Base amt.HUF/INDIVI DUAL-ECESS SEC.194J INVRENT.194J PAYRENT..194I PAYCOMMISSN.HUF/INDIVI DUAL-ECESS SEC.194I PAYRENT.13.CORP/OTH ER-ECESS SEC. -ECESS SEC194C INV-PROF/TECH. 3. -ECESS SEC194C PAY-PROF/TECH -ECESS SEC.194D E5 E5 194I 100 1 2% E6 EA EB EC ED E6 EA EB EC ED 194D 194C 194C 194J 194I 100 100 100 100 100 1 1 1 1 1 2% 2% 2% 2% 2% EE EE 194I 100 1 2% EF EF 194D 100 1 2% 3.194C PAY-ADV.194D PAY-CONTS.194I INV-COMMISSN.8 Portraying Dependencies Between Withholding Tax Types Use The purpose of this activity is to assign the Base amount withholding Tax type( on which ECESS is to be calcualated ) to the ECESS Tax type number Procedure © SAP AG Page 183 of 203 .CONTS. To save the entries use the Save Icon or choose Ctrl+S. -ECESS SEC.CORP/OTH ER-ECESS SEC.CORP -ECESS SEC. ECESS SEC.CONTS. % Subject to tax 100 100 100 Posting Indicator 1 1 1 Withholding Tax Rate 2% 2% 2% INV-ADV.194I INVRENT. -ECESS SEC.

194J INVRENT.HUF/INDIVI DUAL-ECESS SEC.194D PAY-CONTS.194I PAYRENT.CORP/OTH ER-ECESS SEC. -ECESS SEC.194I INVRENT. -ECESS SEC194CPAY-PROF/TECH -ECESS SEC. Choose ‘Details’ Button 4.HUF/INDIVI DUAL-ECESS SEC. ECESS SEC.194I INV-COMMISSN.194C PAY-ADV. -ECESS SEC194C INV-PROF/TECH. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Financial Accounting Global Settings → Withholding Tax → Extended Withholding Tax → Calculation → Withholding tax base amount→Portray Dependencies Between Withholding Tax Types SPRO Transaction Code 2.CONTS. Enter the’ I1’ tax type number ‘19’ in the field ‘ Depend on type no’ 5. tax type no 19 20 21 22 E5 35 23 E6 EA EB EC ED 36 37 38 39 40 24 25 26 30 27 EE 41 28 © SAP AG Page 184 of 203 . Select the tax code ‘E1’ for the Country IN 3.CORP/OTH ER-ECESS SEC. Repeat the steps from 2 to 4 for the remaining Ecess Tax Types as detailed below: W/Tax Type EI E2 E3 E4 Description of W/tax Code INV-CONTS -ECESS SEC.194I Ecess Tax type no 31 32 33 34 Base amt. On the Change View “Maintain Dependencies of Withholding tax Type”: Overview screen.194J PAYRENT. -ECESS SEC.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 1.194C INV-ADV..CONTS.

Recipient Types will be assigned in the Vendor Master Record. make the following entries for the Country IN Withholding Tax Type I1 I1 I2 I2 I3 I3 I4 I5 I6 I6 P1 P1 P2 P2 P3 Recipient Type CO OT CO OT CO OT OT CO CO OT CO OT CO OT CO Text Companies Others Companies Others Companies Others Others Companies Companies Others Companies Others Companies Others Companies © SAP AG Page 185 of 203 .194D J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Ecess Tax type no 42 Base amt.SAP Best Practices W/Tax Type EF Description of W/tax Code PAYCOMMISSN.9 Use Checking Recipient Types The purpose of this activity is to define the Recipient Types. Procedure 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Financial Accounting Global Settings → Withholding Tax → Extended Withholding Tax → Basic Settings → Check Recipient Types SPRO Transaction Code 2. On the Change View “Vendor Types of Recipient for Withholding tax Type”: Overview screen.13. tax type no 29 3.CORP -ECESS SEC. Recipient Types are used for tax payment and tax reporting.

Procedure © SAP AG Page 186 of 203 .13. To save the entries use the Save Icon or choose Ctrl+S. 3.SAP Best Practices Withholding Tax Type P3 P4 P5 P6 P6 E1 E1 E2 E2 E3 E3 E4 E5 E6 E6 EA EA EB EB EC EC ED EE EF EF J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Recipient Type OT OT CO CO OT CO OT CO OT CO OT OT CO CO OT CO OT CO OT CO OT OT CO CO OT Text Others Others Companies Companies Others Companies Others Companies Others Companies Others Others Companies Companies Others Companies Others Companies Others Companies Others Others Companies Companies Others 3.10 Maintaining Tax Due Dates Use The purpose of this activity is to identify the Tax Payable due date from the date of deduction / posting.

make the following entries: IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN 777 777 777 777 777 777 777 777 3. 3. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Financial Accounting Global Settings → Withholding Tax → Extended Withholding Tax → Calculation → India → Surcharges → Maintain Surcharge Rates (Surcharges combined with basic WH Tax Codes) SPRO Withholding Tax Code I1 I2 Recipient Type CO CO Surcharge 10% 10% Transaction Code Company Code BP01 BP01 2.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 1. To save the entries use Save icon or Ctrl+S. On the Change View “Tax Due Dates”: Overview screen. make the following New Entries: Withholding Tax Type I1 I2 © SAP AG Page 187 of 203 . of Days Transaction Code Country 2. The surcharge rates will be used by the system for reporting.11 Maintaining Surcharge Rates Use The purpose of this activity is to identify the surcharge rate.13. Procedure 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Financial Accounting Global Settings → Withholding Tax → Extended Withholding Tax → Basic Settings → India → Maintain Tax Due Dates SPRO Official Withholding Tax Key 194C 194C 194D 194D 194I 194I 194J 194J 195 195 Recipient Type CO OT CO OT CO OT CO OT CO OT No. which is included in the base rate of Withholding Tax Code. On the Change View “Surcharge Rates”: Overview screen.

3. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Financial Accounting Global Settings → Withholding Tax → Extended Withholding Tax → Calculation → India → Settings for Annual Returns → Assign types of Companies to withholding tax code SPRO Transaction Code 2. Procedure 1.SAP Best Practices Company Code BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 Withholding Tax Type I3 I4 I5 I6 P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Withholding Tax Code I3 I4 I5 I6 P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 Recipient Type CO OT CO CO CO CO CO OT CO CO 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% Surcharge 10% 3. To save the entries use save icon or Ctrl+S.13.12 Assigning Types of Companies to Withholding Tax Codes Use The purpose of this activity is to identify the types of withholding tax codes and the same will be used in the reports. On the Change View “Assign Types of Company To Withholding Tax Codes”: Overview screen. make the following New Entries Country IN IN IN IN IN IN IN Withholding Tax Type I1 I1 I2 I2 P1 P1 P2 Withholding Tax Code I1 I9 I2 I9 P1 P9 P2 Company Type Contractors Contractors Advertising Advertising Contractors Contractors Advertising © SAP AG Page 188 of 203 .

04.2999 31.12.04.SAP Best Practices Country IN IN IN J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Withholding Tax Type P2 W1 wa Withholding Tax Code P9 W1 wa Company Type Advertising Contractors Contractors 3.2003 01.04. 3.2003 01.04.2999 Customer data subject to W/tax Activate Activate Activate Activate Activate Activate Activate Activate Activate Activate Activate BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 © SAP AG Page 189 of 203 .2003 01.2999 31.14 Extended Withholding Tax – Company Code Assignment 3.2003 01.14.04.12.2999 31.12.04.12.04.2999 31.2003 01.2003 W/Tax obligated to 31. Assigning Withholding Tax Type to Company Code Procedure 1. make the following New Entries: Company Code Withholdi ng Tax Type I1 I2 I3 I4 I5 I6 P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 With/tax agent Activate Activate Activate Activate Activate Activate Activate Activate Activate Activate Activate W/Tax obligated from 01.04.12.12.04.2003 01.2999 31.1 Use The purpose of this activity is to assign the withholding tax types defined to the Company Code.2999 31.2999 31.2999 31.04.12. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Financial Accounting Global Settings → Withholding Tax → Extended Withholding Tax → Company Code → Assign Withholding Tax Types to Company Code SPRO Transaction Code 2.04.2003 01.2003 01. On the Change View “Withholding tax information for company code per W/tax:” screen.12.2999 31.2003 01.12.12.2003 01. To save the entries use Save icon or Ctrl+S.12.2999 31.

12.12.12.2999 31.2003 01.2003 01.2003 01.2999 31.2003 01. you cannot return to using previous withholding tax processing.04.04.12.2999 31.2003 01.12.12.12.2999 31.14. SAP R/3 system supports two types of withholding taxes • • Standard Withholding Tax (Classic) Extended Withholding Tax Prerequisites Take a decision to activate the extended withholding tax functionality or classic withholding functionality.04.2003 01.2999 31.04. Procedure 1.2003 01.2003 01.04.2999 31.2003 01.04.04.04.12.04.2003 01. Once you have activated extended withholding tax.12.2999 31.2003 01.12.12.2999 Customer data subject to W/tax Activate Activate Activate Activate Activate Activate Activate Activate Activate Activate Activate Activate Activate BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 3.2003 W/Tax obligated to 31. 3.SAP Best Practices Company Code Withholdi ng Tax Type P6 E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6 EA EB EC ED EE EF J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide With/tax agent Activate Activate Activate Activate Activate Activate Activate Activate Activate Activate Activate Activate Activate W/Tax obligated from 01.12. To save the entries use save icon or choose Ctrl+S.2 Use Activating Extended Withholding Tax Code The purpose of this activity is to activate the extended withholding tax code for the Company Code. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Financial Accounting Global Settings → Withholding Tax → Extended Withholding Tax → Company Code → Activate Extended withholding tax © SAP AG Page 190 of 203 .2003 01.2999 31.2999 31.12.2999 31.04.04.04.2999 31.04.2999 31.

3 Use Defining Accounts to post the Withholding Tax The purpose of this activity is to assign the General Ledger Master records to post the withholding tax deducted. make the following entries for the Chart of Accounts CAIN: Withholding Tax Type I1 I1 I2 I2 I3 I3 I4 I5 I6 I6 P1 Withholding Tax Code I1 I9 I2 I9 I3 I9 I4 I5 I6 I9 P1 General Ledger Account 13113940 13113940 13113940 13113940 13113940 13113940 13113940 13113940 13113940 13113940 13113940 © SAP AG Page 191 of 203 . which will be paid to the government subsequently. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Financial Accounting Global Settings → Withholding Tax → Extended Withholding Tax → Postings → Accounts for withholding tax→ Define Accounts for Withholding Tax to be paid over SPRO Transaction Code 2. On the Change View “Enhanced Withholding tax functions active”: Overview screen.SAP Best Practices Transaction Code SPRO J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 2.W/Tax Description Company Code Name of Company Code Extended Withholding User action and values BP01 India Best Practices Ltd Activate the check box Note Defaulted Defaulted Activate the extended with holding tax 3. On the Maintain FI Configuration: Automatic Posting – Accounts screen. 3.14. To save the entries use save icon or use Ctrl+S. make the following entry: Field name Company Code Company Name Ext. Procedure 1.

One General Ledger account has been assigned for all withholding tax types and codes to post the deduction.SAP Best Practices Withholding Tax Type P1 P2 P2 P3 P3 P4 P5 P6 P6 E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6 EA EB EC ED EE EF J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Withholding Tax Code P9 P2 P9 P3 P9 P4 P5 P6 P9 E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6 EA EB EC ED EE EF General Ledger Account 13113940 13113940 13113940 13113940 13113940 13113940 13113940 13113940 13113940 13113940 13113940 13113940 13113940 13113940 13113940 13113940 13113940 13113940 13113940 13113940 13113940 3. General ledger account needs to be maintained on open item basis to perform the withholding tax clearing. If required different general ledger account can be maintained in the combination of Withholding Tax Type and Withholding Tax Code. To save the entries use save icon or choose Ctrl+S. Make the necessary changes in the General ledger account manually. 3.15 Maintaining Number Group for Internal Challan Numbers Use © SAP AG Page 192 of 203 .

On the Change View Number Groups for Internal Challan Numbers – EWT India: Section Code screen.1 Use In this IMG activity. Enter the table/ view name J_1IEWTNUMGR_1 and choose the Maintain push button. you assign each number group to a number range.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide You are going to create number range groups Procedure 1. make the following entries Company Code BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 Section Code BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 Off. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Financial Accounting Global Settings → Withholding Tax → Extended Withholding Tax → Postings → India → Remittance Challan → Assign Number Ranges to Number Groups © SAP AG Page 193 of 203 . Assigning Number Ranges to Number Groups Procedure 1. To save the entries use save icon or choose Ctrl+S. On the Maintain Table Views: Initial screen. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Menu Transaction Code System → Services → Table Maintenance → Extended Table Maintenance SM30 2. 3. W/Tax Key 194C 194J 194I 194D 194A Number Group 10 10 10 10 10 4.16 Assignment of Number Ranges 3.16. 3.

8. To save the entries use save icon or choose Ctrl+S. Field name Year Description Year for which number range being defined Starting number of series Ending number of series User action and values 2003 Note From Number To Number 1000 1999 6. 3.SAP Best Practices Transaction Code SPRO J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 2. On the Maintain Number Ranges Groups screen. select the menu Edit → Insert Year or Insert Year push button. select the number group ‘10’ (put the cursor on the number group 10 and choose the select element icon) 7. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Financial Accounting Global Settings → Withholding Tax → Extended Withholding Tax → Postings → India → Remittance Challan → Maintain Number Ranges SPRO Transaction Code 2. On the Change View “INTERNAL NO RANGE FOR CHALLANS-EWT INDIA:”OVERVIEW screen make the following entries.16. Select the from the menu Interval → Maintain and assign the Company Code BP01 on the pop screen 5. select the Change Groups push button. 4. 3. Select on the “Maintain Number Range Intervals” screen. Field name Number Group Int NR Description Number Group Internal Number Range Key User action and values 10 02 Note 3. Select the check box “Group without Text” and choose the Assign Element Group push button. On the Internal number ranges for Challan screen. © SAP AG Page 194 of 203 . To save the entries use Save icon or choose Ctrl+S. If the number group is in un-assigned group. select the check box Group without text.2 Use Maintaining Number Ranges The purpose of this activity is to maintain the number ranges that the system is to use to number the remittance challans while posting the TDS Challan. Procedure 1.

use the following additional steps. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Menu Transaction Code System → Services → Table Maintenance → Extended Table Maintenance SM30 2.3 Use Maintaining Number Groups and SAP Script Forms The purpose of this activity is to specify which SAP script forms will be used to use to print the withholding tax certificates. If required copy from the 000 client to the client you are using. select the menu Edit → Insert Year. Prerequisites Check SAP Script Form J_1IEWTCERT which is delivered with the Standard system for generation of withholding tax certificates. Enter the table/ view name J_1IEWT_CERT_N and choose the Maintain push button. Select the number rage 2003. select the check box “Group without Text” on the “Maintain Number Range Groups” screen and select from the menu Interval → Maintain and assign the Company Code as BP01. maintain the number range to the new fiscal year. 10. Maintain the number ranges by assigning the Fiscal Year. To save the entries use save icon or choose Ctrl+S. 9. 3.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide The challan numbers are year dependent. 11. which displayed in the screen. number series from and number series to. In case you need to maintain the number range for new Fiscal year.16. on the “Maintain Number Range Intervals” screen. make the following New Entries. On “Change view “SAP Script Forms / Section indicators for EWT Certificate” screen. With holding Tax key 194C 194D 194I 194J 194A Section Type From Number Group 11 16 14 13 19 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 J_1IEWT_CERT J_1IEWT_CERT J_1IEWT_CERT J_1IEWT_CERT J_1IEWT_CERT © SAP AG Page 195 of 203 . To maintain the number range for another fiscal year. 12. Company Code Section Code BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 BP01 Off. On the Maintain Table Views: Initial screen. 3. Procedure 1.

To save the entries use save icon or choose Ctrl+S 3.16.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 4.5 Use Maintaining Number Ranges The purpose of this activity is to maintain the number ranges that the system is to use to number the Withholding Tax Certificates. make the following New Entries. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Financial Accounting Global Settings → Withholding Tax → Extended Withholding Tax → Postings → India → Withholding Tax Certificates for Vendors and Customers → Maintain Number Ranges SPRO Transaction Code © SAP AG Page 196 of 203 . To maintain on the “Change View “Number Ranges for Withholding Tax Certificates”: Overview” screen.4 Assigning Number Ranges to Number Groups Procedure 1. Number Group 11 13 14 16 19 Internal Number Range 11 13 14 16 19 3.16. To save the entries use save icon or choose Ctrl+S 3. Procedure 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Financial Accounting → Financial Accounting Global Settings → Withholding Tax → Extended Withholding Tax → Postings → India → Withholding Tax Certificates for Vendors and Customers → Assign Number Ranges to Number Groups SPRO Transaction Code 2.

The group text not transported and maintain manually. As per the Government circular. maintain the number range to the new fiscal year.17. In case of New Fiscal year. number series from and number series to. Use the following additional steps: 4. Maintain the number ranges by assigning the Fiscal Year. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu System → Services → Table Maintenance → Extended Table © SAP AG Page 197 of 203 .filing Annual Report 3. To maintain on the “Withholding Tax Certificates (India)” screen. 11. To save the entries use save icon or choose Ctrl+S.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 2. and select from the menu Edit → Insert Year. The certificate numbers are year dependent. select the Maintain Groups push button. Select from the menu Interval → Maintain and assign the Company Code as BP01. which displayed in the screen. The Groups defined in the previous step will be appearing on the screen i. Number group 11 13 14 16 19 Fiscal year 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 From Number 110000 130000 140000 160000 190000 To Number 119999 139999 149999 169999 199999 Current Number 8. along with e-file SAP provides an Higherarchial ALV report Functionality that will present the list of documents in the form of workflow. Number Range should not overlap between the number groups. 7. The ALV report not only will have documents from which certificates have been printed but also the Document workflow details from the internal challan updation stage. 3. for each Number group. you create Reason codes for Exemption Certificate. 14.17 E-Filing. 6. 13. 16. 5.e. 3. the e-file should have records for which certificates have been printed. Select the check box above the number range group ID on the “Maintain number range groups” screen. and 19.1 Use Reason Code Mapping In this IMG activity. Procedure 1. The following are customization steps for E. On the “Maintain Number Range Intervals” screen select the number rage 2003. India Localisation Annual Legal Report The Program gives the output in e-file with a different set of records. To enable the customers to have better usable output . 9.

Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Transaction Code System → Services → Table Maintenance → Extended Table Maintenance SM30 2. e-Filing India Localisation” OVERVIEW screen make the following entries. To maintain the entries choose Enter.2 Use State Code Mapping In this IMG activity. On the Change View “Maintain Table Views: Initial Screen: ”OVERVIEW screen make the following entries. To save the entries use save icon or choose Ctrl+S. 4.17. On the Change View “Change view Exemption Reason Code. To maintain the entries choose Enter. 3. Country IN Exemption Reson 01 Off Rsn Cd Lower Deduction/No Deduction thru Certificate u/s 197 Lower Deduction/No Deduction thru Certificate u/s 197 Lower Deduction/No Deduction thru Certificate u/s 197A Lower Deduction/No Deduction thru Certificate u/s 197A IN 02 IN 03 IN 04 5. Procedure 1.SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Maintenance Transaction Code SM30 2. On the Change View “Maintain Table Views: Initial Screen:” OVERVIEW screen make the following entries. Field name Table/View User action and values j_1irsncodem Note 3. Field name Table/View User action and values J_1ISTATECD Note 3. © SAP AG Page 198 of 203 . you create State codes as per Government E-filing.

SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 4. Country IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN State Code 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Description ANDAMAN AND NICOBAR ISLANDS ANDHRA PRADESH ARUNACHAL PRADESH ASSAM BIHAR CHANDIGARH DADRA & NAGAR HAVELI DAMAN & DIU DELHI GOA GUJARAT HARYANA HIMACHAL PRADESH JAMMU & KASHMIR KARNATAKA KERALA LAKSHAWADEEP MADHYA PRADESH MAHARASHTRA MANIPUR MEGHALAYA MIZORAM NAGALAND ORISSA PONDICHERRY PUNJAB RAJASTHAN SIKKIM TAMILNADU TRIPURA UTTAR PRADESH WEST BENGAL © SAP AG Page 199 of 203 . e-Filing Localisation India” OVERVIEW screen make the following entries. On the Change View “Change view State Codes.

Procedure 1. On the Change View “Maintain Table Views: Initial Screen: ”OVERVIEW screen make the following entries. To maintain the entries choose Enter. Country IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN Region 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 State Code 2 3 4 5 10 11 12 13 14 15 © SAP AG Page 200 of 203 . e-Filing Localisation India” OVERVIEW screen make the following entries. you assign State codes as per Government E-filing to Region Codes of State maintained in vendor master.17. Field name Table/View User action and values J_1ISTATECDM Note 3.SAP Best Practices Country IN IN IN State Code 33 34 35 J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide Description CHHATISHGARH UTTARANCHAL JHARKHAND 5. To save the entries use save icon or choose Ctrl+S.3 Mapping legal state codes vis-à-vis state codes in vendor master Use In this IMG activity. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Transaction Code System → Services → Table Maintenance → Extended Table Maintenance SM30 2. 3. On the Change View “Change view State Codes. 4.

SAP Best Practices Country IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN IN Region 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide State Code 16 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 1 6 7 8 9 17 25 33 34 35 5. Procedure 1. you assign Physical File path in which SAP TDS file is saved to Logical File path. To save the entries use save icon or choose Ctrl+S.17. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG Menu Command Box © SAP AG Page 201 of 203 .4 Use Assigning Physical File path to Logical File path In this IMG activity. 3.

On the Change View “Assignment of Physical Path to Logical Path: ”OVERVIEW screen make the following entries. Field name Logical File Path Name Syntax Group Physical Path User action and values J_1I_EFILE_DOWNLOAD Downloand for E-file. © SAP AG Page 202 of 203 . no need to run this CATT. 7.SAP Best Practices Transaction Code FILE J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 2. India Loacalization Note 4. Field name Logical File Path Name User action and values J_1I_EFILE_DOWNLOAD Downloand for E-file. Prerequisites Business Place must be created in the system. To maintain the entries choose Enter. Select Logical File path and choose ‘Assignment of Physical Paths to Logical Path’ 6. India Loacalization WINDOWS NT Microsoft Windows NT D:\usr\sap\SR3\DVEBMGS00\work\<FILENAME> Note Default value Default value Input Value Input Value Consult the Basis Administrator for Physical Path. Procedure Address already maintained at step 3. If address maintained along with Creation of Business Place manually. Ignore the Caution ‘ table is cross-client’ and Enter 3. To save the entries use save icon or choose Ctrl+S.1 Maintaining Address for Business Place Use The purpose of this activity is to maintain the Business Place Address using the CATT.5 above. 4 Configuration CATTs 4. On the Change View “Logical File path Definition: ”OVERVIEW screen make the following entries. 5.

SAP Best Practices J05 – Materials Management: Configuration Guide 4. Procedure Address already maintained at step 3. If address maintained along with Creation of Section Code manually.5 above. Prerequisites Section Code must be created in the system.2 Maintaining Address for Section Code Use The purpose of this activity is to maintain the Section Code Address using the CATT. no need to run this CATT. © SAP AG Page 203 of 203 .

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