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Materials Management (104)
Building Block Configuration Guide

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SAP Best Practices

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide

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Contents
1 Purpose..................................................................................................................................8 2 Prerequisites .........................................................................................................................8 3 Configuration of Logistics General.........................................................................................8 3.1 Logistics General: Material Master..................................................................................8 3.1.1 Setting up Posting Period for Company Code...........................................................8 3.1.2 Defining Attributes for Material Types.....................................................................10 3.1.3 Defining Material Groups........................................................................................13 3.1.4 Defining Units of Measure Groups..........................................................................13 3.1.5 Defining Product Hierarchies .................................................................................14 3.2 Engineering Change Management................................................................................14 3.2.1 Setting Control Data - Engineering Change Management Control Data.................14 3.3 Checking Consistency...................................................................................................15 3.3.1 Checking Consistency of Unit of Measurement Tables...........................................15 4 Configuration of Materials Management..............................................................................15 4.1 Consumption-Based Planning.......................................................................................15 4.1.1 Overall Maintenance of Plant Parameters - General Settings.................................15 4.1.2 Overall Maintenance of Plant Parameters - MRP Controllers.................................23 4.1.3 Overall Maintenance of Plant Parameters - Special Procurement.........................24 4.1.4 Overall Maintenance of Plant Parameters - Start in Past........................................25 4.1.5 Defining Storage Location MRP per Plant..............................................................26 4.1.6 Defining Floats (Scheduling Margin Key)................................................................27 4.1.7 Activating Materials Requirements Planning...........................................................27 4.1.8 Defining Scope of Planning for Total Planning........................................................28 4.2 Purchasing....................................................................................................................29 4.2.1 Activating batch-specific Unit of Measures.............................................................29 4.2.2 Creating Release Procedure Characteristics..........................................................29 4.2.3 Creating Release Procedure Class.........................................................................32 4.2.4 Defining Release Procedure for Purchase Orders .................................................33 4.2.5 Defining Release Procedure for Purchase Orders – Releasing Prerequisites, Setting Criterias...............................................................................................................34 4.2.6 Defining the Condition types, Access Sequence, Condition Tables........................37 4.2.7 Defining Calculation Schema..................................................................................43 4.2.8 Defining the Schema Groups for Vendors..............................................................46 4.2.9 Defining Schema Group for Purchasing Organizations ..........................................46 4.2.10 Assignment of Schema Group to Purchasing Organization .................................47 4.2.11 Defining Schema Determination for Standard Purchase order.............................48 4.2.12 Determining Schema for Stock Transport Orders.................................................48

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4.2.13 Maintaining Rounding Profiles..............................................................................49 4.2.14 Unit of Measure Rounding Rules..........................................................................50 4.2.15 Maintaining Account Assignment Categories........................................................50 4.2.16 Defining Scope of List...........................................................................................67 4.2.17 Defining Permissible Partner Roles per Account Group.......................................68 4.2.18 Defining Condition Type........................................................................................68 4.2.19 Taxes in Procurement...........................................................................................69 4.2.20 Checking Incoterms .............................................................................................71 4.2.21 Returns to Vendor ................................................................................................72 4.2.22 Vendor Evaluation.................................................................................................72 4.3 Foreign Trade................................................................................................................78 4.3.1 Defining Business Transaction Types and Default Value.......................................78 4.3.2 Defining Customs Offices.......................................................................................79 4.3.3 Default Modes of Transport and Values for Foreign Trade Header Data................80 4.4 Inventory Management and Physical Inventory.............................................................80 4.4.1 Group Together Valuation Areas............................................................................80 4.4.2 Defining Screen Layout...........................................................................................81 4.4.3 Maintaining Access Sequence for Subcontracting Challan.....................................83 4.4.4 Defining Access Sequences - Accesses for Subcontracting Challan......................84 4.4.5 Defining Access Sequences - Fields for Subcontracting Challan............................84 4.4.6 Maintaining Output Types - Mail title and texts.......................................................84 4.4.7 Defining Message Types for Purchase Order .......................................................85 4.4.8 Maintaining Output Types - Output Types..............................................................85 4.4.9 Maintaining Output Types - Processing routines.....................................................85 4.4.10 Maintaining Output Types - Partner functions.......................................................85 4.4.11 Maintaining Output Determination Procedure.......................................................85 4.4.12 Printer Determination by Plant/Storage Location..................................................86 4.4.13 Printer Determination by Plant/Storage Location/User Group...............................87 4.4.14 Copying and Changing Movement Types.............................................................88 4.5 Valuation and Account Assignment...............................................................................91 4.5.1 Defining Valuation Classes.....................................................................................91 4.6 Logistics Invoice Verification.........................................................................................97 4.6.1 Maintaining Default Values for Tax Codes..............................................................97 4.6.2 Setting Tolerance Limit...........................................................................................97 4.6.3 Editing PO Supplement Text in Invoice Verification..............................................101 4.6.4 PO Supplement Text: Parameters, Invoice Verification........................................101 4.6.5 Configuring Vendor-Specific Tolerances...............................................................101 4.6.6 Activating Direct Posting to G/L Accounts and Material Accounts........................102 4.6.7 Setting Check for Duplicate Invoices....................................................................103 4.6.8 Maintaining Number Assignments for Accounting Documents..............................103

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5 Configuration of Sales and Distribution..............................................................................104 5.1 Basic Functions...........................................................................................................104 5.1.1 Setting Up Partner Determination. - Account Groups - Function Assignment.......104 6 Configuration of Logistics Execution..................................................................................105 6.1 Shipping......................................................................................................................105 6.1.1 Setting Up Partner Determination for Deliveries ..................................................105 7 Master Data.......................................................................................................................106 7.1 Purchasing Output Conditions.....................................................................................106 7.1.1 Output Condition Records: Purchasing RFQ........................................................106 7.1.2 Output Condition Records: Purchase Order..........................................................107 7.1.3 Output Condition Records: Purchasing Outline Agreement..................................108 7.1.4 Output Condition Records: Schedule Agreement.................................................109 7.1.5 Output Condition Records: Service Entry Sheet...................................................110 7.1.6 Output Condition Records: Inventory Management..............................................111 7.1.7 Output Condition Record: Invoice Verification.......................................................119 7.2 Foreign Trade..............................................................................................................123 7.2.1 Creating Condition Records for Import Processing ..............................................123 8 Individual BC Sets/ Manual Steps......................................................................................124 8.1 Defining Parallel Processing in MRP...........................................................................124 9 Tax on Goods Movement - India........................................................................................125 9.1 Basic Settings..............................................................................................................125 9.1.1 Maintaining Excise Registrations..........................................................................125 9.1.2 Maintaining Company Code Settings for Taxes....................................................127 9.1.3 Maintaining Plant Settings for Excise Information.................................................128 9.1.4 Maintaining Excise Groups...................................................................................129 9.1.5 Maintaining Series Groups....................................................................................131 9.1.6 Maintaining Excise Duty Indicators.......................................................................133 9.2 Determination of Excise Duty......................................................................................133 9.2.1 Maintaining Excise Defaults..................................................................................133 9.3 Condition Based Excise Determination.......................................................................135 9.3.1 Assignment of Tax Code to Company Codes.......................................................135 9.3.2 Classifying Condition Types..................................................................................135 9.4 Account Determination................................................................................................139 9.4.1 Defining GL Accounts for Taxes...........................................................................139 9.4.2 Maintaining Subtransation Type............................................................................139 9.4.3 Specifying Excise Accounts per Excise Transactions...........................................140 9.4.4 Specifying G/L Accounts to Excise Transaction Types.........................................149 9.5 Business Transactions................................................................................................154 9.5.1 Incoming Excise Invoices......................................................................................154 9.5.2 Subcontracting......................................................................................................166

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9.5.3 Utilization..............................................................................................................169 9.5.4 Excise Registers- SAP Script Forms.....................................................................170 9.6 Tools............................................................................................................................171 9.6.1 Long Texts............................................................................................................171 9.6.2 Number Ranges....................................................................................................172 9.6.3 Message Control...................................................................................................173 9.7 Master Data for Excise – J1ID....................................................................................174 9.7.1 Excise Indicator for Plant......................................................................................174 9.7.2 Excise Indicator for Plant and Vendor...................................................................175 9.7.3 Excise Indicator for Plant and Customer...............................................................175

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Materials Management 1 Purpose
This configuration guide provides the information you need to set up the configuration of this building block manually. If you prefer an automated installation process using the SAP Best Practices Installation Assistant and other tools, refer to the SAP Best Practices Quick Guide.

2 Prerequisites
Before you start installing this building block, you must install prerequisite building blocks. For more information, see the building block prerequisite matrix (Prerequisites_Matrix_[xx]_EN_IN.xls; the placeholder [xx] depends on the SAP Best Practices version you use, for example, BL refers to the SAP Best Practices Baseline Package: Prerequisites_Matrix_BL_EN_IN.xls). This document can be found on the SAP Best Practices documentation DVD in the folder ..\..\BL_IN\Documentation\.

3 Configuration of Logistics General
3.1 Logistics General: Material Master
3.1.1 Use
The purpose of this activity is to set up the first posting period for materials management. In Customizing, the period/year for which the last postings were performed is set and displayed. To be able to perform postings in the current period you have to close every single period up to the current year and period.

Setting up Posting Period for Company Code

This step is necessary to set up posting periods correctly. The last period of the previous year has to be included.

Please Comment that the corresponding financial posting period should be open for postings as well. To set up posting periods correctly proceed on as described in the following procedures:

3.1.1.1

Maintaining Company Codes for Materials Management

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OMSY Logistics General → Material Master → Basic Settings →

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2. On the Change View “Materials Management View on Company Codes”: Overview screen, make the following entries: Field name Company Code Year Period ABp - Allow Posting to Previous Period (Backposting) 3. Choose Save. User action and values 1000 Current Fiscal Year Current Fiscal month select Comment Select line

3.1.1.2 Procedure

Running Close Period

Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu MMPV Logistics → Materials Management → Material Master → Other → Close Period To company code 1000 Period Fiscal year Check and Close Period Select

2. On the Close Period for Material Master Records screen, make the following entries: From company code 1000

<Last Period of previous fiscal year>, for example, 12

<Previous fiscal Year>, for example, 2008

3. Choose Execute (F8). 4. Repeat steps two and three until you arrive at the current period

Example for December 2009:

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SAP Best Practices From company code 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 To company code 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Period Fiscal year Check and Close Period Select Select Select Select Select Select Select Select Select Select Select Select Select

12 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12

2008 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009

Result
The current posting period for materials management is set and all recordable posting periods in the materials master are set (last period of previous year, previous period current year, current period).

3.1.2

Defining Attributes for Material Types

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OMS2 Logistics General → Material Master → Basic Settings → Material Types → Define Attributes of Material Types

2. On the Change View “Material Types”: Overview screen, select material type ABF (see table in step 4). 3. Double-click Quantity/value updating in the Dialog Structure. 4. On the Change View “Quantity/Value Updating”: Overview screen, make the following entries: Val. Area Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) 5. Choose Back (F3). 6. Repeat steps 2. to 5. for the following material types: Material Type ABF ABF Quantity updating Value Updating Pipeline mandatory Pipeline allowed

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SAP Best Practices Val. Area Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Material Type ABF (done) ABF (done) CONT CONT COUP COUP DIEN DIEN ERSA ERSA FERT FERT FGTR FGTR FHMI FHMI FOOD FOOD FRIP FRIP HALB HALB HAWA HAWA HERS HERS HIBE HIBE IBAU IBAU INTR INTR KMAT KMAT LEER LEER

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SAP Best Practices Val. Area Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Material Type LEIH LEIH LGUT LGUT MODE MODE NLAG NLAG NOF1 NOF1 PIPE PIPE PLAN PLAN PROC PROC PROD PROD ROH ROH UNBW UNBW VERP VERP VKHM VKHM VOLL VOLL WERB WERB WERT WERT WETT WETT

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7. Save your settings.

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3.1.3

Defining Material Groups

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OMSF Logistics General → Material Master → Settings for Key Fields → Define Material Groups

2. On the Change View “Material Groups”: Overview screen, choose New Entries. 3. Make the following sets of entries: Material Group YBD01 YBF01 YBF02 YBR01 YBR02 YBR03 YBR04 YBR05 YBS01 YBS02 YBT01 YBZ01 YBZ02 YBZ03 YBSVS1 Mat.grp.description Product Group D01 Product Group F01 Product Group F02 Product Group R01 Product Group R02 Product Group R03 Product Group R04 Product Group R05 Product Group S01 Product Group S02 Product Group T01 Product Group Z01 Product Group Z02 Product Group Z03 SP-Services Description 2 Product Group Services Product Group Discrete Man. Product Group Process Man. Product group Plastic Product group Metal Product Group Stationary Product Group Spares Product Group Misc Product Group Subcon. Product Group Phantom Product Group Trade Product Group Consumables Product Group Supplies Product Group Computers Services

4. Save your settings.

3.1.4

Defining Units of Measure Groups

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 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 OMS1

2. On the Change View “Define Units of Measure Groups”: Overview screen, choose New Entries. 3. Make the following sets of entries.

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SAP Best Practices Field name Entry 1 Entry 2 Unit Group 10 10

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Alternative Unite DZ GRO Measurement Unit Text Dozen Gross Counter 12 144 Denominator for conversion 1 1

4. Save your settings.

3.1.5

Defining Product Hierarchies

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. 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. On the Customizing Product Hierarchy screen, select Maintenance: Prod.Hier and choose Choose (F2). 3. On the Change View “Materials: Product Hierarchies”: Overview screen, choose New Entries. 4. Make the following entries. Start with all Level-1 entries and save them, then continue with all Level-2 entries, etc.: Product Hierarchy #00001 #00001B0001 #00001B000100000001 #00001B000100000002 #00001B000100000003 #00001B0002 #00001B000200000001 #00001B000200000002 5. Save your settings. Level No. 1 2 3 3 3 2 3 3 Description Best Practices Prod. Hier. Top Level Prod. Hier. Second Level - Products A Prod. Hier. Third Level - Product A.01 Prod. Hier. Third Level - Product A.02 Prod. Hier. Third Level - Parts A.03 Prod. Hier. Second Level - Products B Prod. Hier. Third Level - Product B.01 Prod. Hier. Third Level - Product B.02

3.2 Engineering Change Management
3.2.1 Setting Control Data - Engineering Change Management Control Data

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OS54 Logistics General → Engineering Change Management → Set Control Data

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2. On the Change View "Engineering Change Management Control Data": Details screen, check the following entries: Field name Parameter Effectivity Rev.Level Act. 3. Choose Save. X Description User action and values Comment

3.3 Checking Consistency
3.3.1 Checking Consistency of Unit of Measurement Tables
After you have installed BB - Materials Management, check the Units of Measurement. We highly recommend that you run the report RBZMECHK to avoid any inconsistencies. 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP ECC menu Transaction code Tools → ABAP Workbench → Development → User Interface → ABAP Editor SE38

2. Enter the program RBZMECHK and choose Execute (F8). This report establishes the consistency of the tables T006, T006A, T006B and T006C. It ensures, in particular, that each unit of measurement has an indicator in every language. However, since the report cannot know the correct translation of a unit of measurement, it only numbers missing indicators. This procedure is therefore only recommended if you have to restore the consistency of the database tables very quickly. Of course, the generated numeric indicators can be adjusted subsequently with transaction CUNI.

4 Configuration of Materials Management
4.1 Consumption-Based Planning
Access the Customizing activities as outlined in the BC Set output documentation below and change the settings according to the respective table values listed.

4.1.1

Overall Maintenance of Plant Parameters - General Settings Overall Maintenance of Plant Parameters - Number Ranges

4.1.1.1 Use

The purpose of this step is to maintain the number ranges per plant.

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OMI8 Materials Management → Consumption-Based Planning → Plant

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2. On the Plant Parameters for Material Requirements Planning screen, choose Create. 3. In the Create Plant Parameters dialog box make the following entries:

Create the plant parameters for plant 1000 first, then create the parameters for additional plants. Plant 1000 1100 4. Choose Create. 5. On the Maintain Plant Parameters screen choose number ranges. 6. On the Assign Number ranges screen choose Planned Orders, and make the following entries: Plant 1000 1100 NRge pl. orders 01 01 Simulative planned order 01 01

7. On the Assign Number ranges screen, choose the Reservation/Dependent Requirements, and make the following entries: Plant 1000 1100 NR: StkTrns Res. 01 01

8. On the Assign Number ranges screen, choose Purchase Requisition, and make the following entries: Plant 1000 1100 Plant 1000 1100 NR – Preq. 01 01 No. Range - MRP 01 01

9. On the Assign Number ranges screen, choose MRP Lists, and make the following entries:

10. On the Assign Number ranges screen choose Simulative Dep Req, and make the following entries: Plant 1000 1100 NR. SimDepRs 01 01

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Overall Maintenance of Plant Parameters Conversion Planned Order to PReq.

The purpose of this step is to maintain the number of planned orders converted to purchase requisitions per plant.

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. 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. On the Plant Parameters for Material Requirements Planning screen, choose Maintain. 3. In the Maintain Plant Parameters dialog box make the following entries:

Maintain the plant parameters for plant 1000 first, then create the parameters for additional plants. Plant 1000 1100 4. Choose Maintain. 5. On the Maintain Plant Parameters screen choose Conversion PlOrd->Preq. 6. On the Change View “Number Of Planned Orders”: Overview screen make the following entries: Plnt 1000 1100 Number of planned orders 500 500

7. Choose Save. 8. Choose Back.

4.1.1.3 Use

Overall Maintenance of Plant Parameters Dep.reqmt Availability

The purpose of this step is to define the availability check of dependent requirements.

Procedure
Carry out the following steps:

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1. 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. On the Plant Parameters for Material Requirements Planning screen, choose Maintain. 3. In the Maintain Plant Parameters dialog box make the following entries:

Maintain the plant parameters for plant 1000 first, then create the parameters for additional plants. Plant 1000 1100 4. Choose Maintain. 5. On the Maintain Plant Parameters screen choose Availability Dep. Req. 6. On the Change View “Availability Check”: Overview screen, make the following entries: Plnt 1000 1100 7. Choose Save. 8. Choose Back. Avail. Check Rule PP PP

4.1.1.4 Use

Overall Maintenance of Plant Par. - External Procurement

The purpose of this step is to define external procurement.

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. 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. On the Plant Parameters for Material Requirements Planning screen, choose Maintain. 3. In the Maintain Plant Parameters dialog box make the following entries:

Maintain the plant parameters for plant 1000 first, then create the parameters for additional plants. Plant 1000

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5. On the Maintain Plant Parameters screen choose External Procurement 6. On the Change View “Default Values Purchasing/MRP”: Overview screen, make the following entries: Plnt Purchasing process. time Sub. Purch. Group Description Scheduling: Info record /agreem. X X Schedule lines Unkown Acct Assignmentwm U U

1000 1100 7. Choose Save. 8. Choose Back.

4.1.1.5 Use

Overall Maintenance of Plant Parameters Rescheduling

The purpose of this step is to define a rescheduling check.

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. 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. On the Plant Parameters for Material Requirements Planning screen, choose Maintain. 3. In the Maintain Plant Parameters dialog box make the following entries:

Maintain the plant parameters for plant 1000 first, then create the parameters for additional plants. Plant 1000 1100 4. Choose Maintain. 5. On the Maintain Plant Parameters screen choose External Procurement 6. On the Change View “Plant rescheduling”:Details screen, make the following entries: Plant Rescheduling horizon Firm planned orders 1000 100 X 1100 100 X

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SAP Best Practices Production order Firm.pur.requisition Order itm/sched.line QM inspection lot Shipping notificat. Tolerance value forward

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Tolerance value for displacement 7. Choose Save. 8. Choose Back.

4.1.1.6 Use

Overall Maintenance of Plant Parameters - Planning Horizon

The purpose of this step is to define a planning horizon for a plant.

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. 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. On the Plant Parameters for Material Requirements Planning screen, choose Maintain. 3. In the Maintain Plant Parameters dialog box make the following entries:

Maintain the plant parameters for plant 1000 first, then create the parameters for additional plants. Plant 1000 1100 4. Choose Maintain. 5. On the Maintain Plant Parameters screen choose Planning Horizon. 6. On the Change View “Planning Horizon for Plant”: Overview screen, choose New Entries. Plnt 1000 1100 Planning Horizon 100 100

7. Choose Save. 8. Choose Back.

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4.1.1.7 Use

Overall Maintenance of Plant Parameters Available Stocks

The purpose of this step is to define availability of stock.

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. 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. On the Plant Parameters for Material Requirements Planning screen, choose Maintain. 3. In the Maintain Plant Parameters dialog box make the following entries:

Maintain the plant parameters for plant 1000 first, then create the parameters for additional plants. Plant 1000 1100 4. Choose Maintain. 5. On the Maintain Plant Parameters screen choose Available Stocks. 6. On the Change View “Available Stocks”: Overview screen, make the following entries: Plnt 1000 1100 7. Choose Save. 8. Choose Back. Stock in transfer X X Blocked stock Restricted-use stock

4.1.1.8 Use

Overall Maintenance of Plant Parameters - Error Handling

In this step, you determine how the system is to react if errors occur in the planning run.

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. 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

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2. On the Plant Parameters for Material Requirements Planning screen, choose Maintain. 3. In the Maintain Plant Parameters dialog box make the following entries:

Maintain the plant parameters for plant 1000 first, then create the parameters for additional plants. Plant 1000 1100 4. Choose Maintain. 5. On the Maintain Plant Parameters screen, choose Error Handling. 6. On the Change View “Error Handling in the Planning Run”: Overview screen, make the following entries: Plnt 1000 1100 7. Choose Save. 8. Choose Back. Max.Proposals 050 050 Subs. 101 111

4.1.1.9 Use

Overall Maintenance of Plant Parameters - Line Item Numbers

The purpose of this step is to define a line item number.

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. 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. On the Plant Parameters for Material Requirements Planning screen, choose Maintain. 3. In the Maintain Plant Parameters dialog box, make the following entries:

Maintain the plant parameters for plant 1000 first, then create the parameters for additional plants. Plant 1000 1100

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5. On the Maintain Plant Parameters screen choose Item Numbers. 6. On the Change View: “Item Numbers”: Overview screen, make the following entries: Plant 1000 1100 7. Choose Save. 8. Choose Back. Item Number: Purchase Requisition 10 10 Item of stock transfer reserve. 100 100

4.1.2 Use

Overall Maintenance of Plant Parameters - MRP Controllers

The purpose of this step is to maintain the MRP controller per plant.

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. 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. On the Plant Parameters for Material Requirements Planning screen, choose Maintain. 3. In the Maintain Plant Parameters dialog box make the following entries:

Maintain the plant parameters for plant 1000 first, then create the parameters for additional plants. Plant 1000 1100 4. Choose Maintain. 5. On the Maintain Plant Parameters screen choose MRP Controllers. 6. On the Change View “MRP Controllers”: Overview screen make the following entries: Plant 1000 1000 1000 1000 1100 Name Plant 1 Plant 1 Plant 1 Plant 1 Plant 2 MRP Cont. 100 101 102 103 110 MRP Controller Name Group 100 Group 101 Group 102 Group 103 Group 110 Telephone 2222 2100 2222 2101 2222 2102 2222 2103 2222 2104

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SAP Best Practices Plant 1100 1100 1100 Name Plant 2 Plant 2 Plant 2

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide MRP Cont. 111 112 113 MRP Controller Name Group 111 Group 112 Group 113 Telephone 2222 2105 2222 2106 2222 2107

7. Choose Save. 8. Choose Back.

4.1.3 Use

Overall Maintenance of Plant Parameters - Special Procurement

In this step, you define the special procurement keys which as well as the procurement type control the procurement and storage of a material. The special procurement type always refers to a procurement type.

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. 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. On the Plant Parameters for Material Requirements Planning screen, choose Maintain. 3. In the Maintain Plant Parameters dialog box make the following entries:

Maintain the plant parameters for plant 1000 first, then create the parameters for additional plants. Plant 1000 1100 4. Choose Maintain. 5. On the Maintain Plant Parameters screen choose Special Procurement. 6. Choose New Entries. 7. Make the following entries: Plant S Long Text P T 1000 10 Consignment 1000 20 External procurement 1000 30 Subcontracting 1000 40 Stock transfer Procure- Sp. Plant ment type proc. Phantom Direct Withdr. Issuing item proaltern. plant duc plant tion

F F F F

K K U 1100

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Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Procure- Sp. Plant ment type proc. Phantom Direct Withdr. Issuing item proaltern. plant duc plant tion

(proc.from alter.plant) 1000 45 Stock transfer from plant to MRP area 1000 50 Phantom assembly 1000 52 Direct production / collective order 1000 60 Phantom in planning 1000 70 Withdrawal from alternative plant 1000 80 Production in alternative plant 1100 10 Consignment 1100 20 External procurement 1100 30 Subcontracting 1100 40 Stock transfer (proc.from alter.plant) 1100 45 Stock transfer from plant to MRP area 1100 50 Phantom assembly 1100 52 Direct production / collective order 1100 60 Phantom in planning 1100 70 Withdrawal from alternative plant 1100 80 Production in alternative plant 8. Choose Save. 9. Choose Back. F E E E E E U E E E R P 1100 X 1100 1100 X X

F F F F F E E E E E

K L U U E E E E P 1000 X 1000 X 1000 1000

4.1.4 Use

Overall Maintenance of Plant Parameters - Start in Past

The purpose of this step is to define that the MRP calculation may start in the past.

It is strongly recommended not to set the flag, otherwise the MRP run will create MRP elements which start and end in the past.

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This step is optional. Its purpose is to check that the flag Start in Past has not been selected.

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. 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. On the Plant Parameters for Material Requirements Planning screen, choose Maintain. 3. In the Maintain Plant Parameters dialog box make the following entries:

Maintain the plant parameters for plant 1000 first, then create the parameters for additional plants. Plant 1000 1100 4. Choose Maintain. 5. On the Maintain Plant Parameters screen choose Start in the Past. 6. On the Change View: “Order Proposals in the Past”: Overview screen, make the following entries: Plant 1000 1100 7. Choose Save. 8. Choose Back. Start in Past Leave empty Leave empty

4.1.5

Defining Storage Location MRP per Plant

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using on of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OMIR Materials Management → Consumption-Based Planning → Planning → Define Storage Location MRP per Plant

2. In the Determine Work Area: Entry dialog box make the following entries:

Create the plant parameters for plant 1000 first, then create the parameters for additional plants.

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4. On the Change View “Storage Location MRP": Overview, make the following entries: Plnt 1000 1100 1000 1000 1000 1100 1100 1100 5. Choose Save. SLoc 1020 1030 1040 1050 1060 1130 1140 1160 1 1 MRP Ind.

4.1.6 Use

Defining Floats (Scheduling Margin Key)

The purpose of this step is to define scheduling margin key.

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OMDC Materials Management → Consumption-Based Planning → Planning → Define Floats (Scheduling Margin Key)

2. On the Change View “Floats for Scheduling”: Overview screen, choose New Entries. 3. Make the following entries: Plant Key Name 1 Opening Period 000 010 000 010 Float After Prod in Days 000 001 000 001 Float Before Prod in Days 000 002 000 002 Release Period in Days 000 005 000 005

1000 1000 1100 1100

000 001 000 001

4. Choose Save.

4.1.7 Activating Materials Requirements Planning Use
The purpose of this activity is to activate MRP.

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Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OMDU Materials Management → Consumption-Based Planning → Planning → Activate Materials Requirements Planning

2. Choose Material requirements planning. 3. Make the following entries: Plant 0001 1000 1100 4. Choose Save. 5. Choose Back. X X Activate requirements planning Comment This plant is never included!

4.1.8 Defining Scope of Planning for Total Planning Use
The purpose of this activity is to define the scope of planning for Total Planning. This means that the planning includes the selected plants and tells the system in which order the plants have to be planned, for example distribution center before production plant.

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu 2. Choose New entries. 3. Make the following entries: Planning Scope YB01 5. Choose New Entries. 6. Make the following entries: Cntr. 200 210 Plant 1100 1000 Name 1 Plant 2 Plant 1 Comment Distribution center first Production plant second Activate requirements planning All Plants OM0E Materials Management → Consumption-Based Planning → Planning → Define Scope of Planning for Total Planning

4. Mark the created entry and double-click in the left menu Sequence of plants/MRP areas.

7. Choose Save. 8. Choose Back.

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4.2 Purchasing
Preparation
Access the Customizing activities as outlined in the BC Set output documentation below, and make the settings according to the respective table values listed.

4.2.1 Use

Activating batch-specific Unit of Measures

The purpose of this activity is to activate the batch-specific unit of measures.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OMWS Logistics - General → Batch Management → Batch-Specific Material Unit of Measure → Activate Batch-Specific Material Unit of Measure

2. On the Activate Batch-Specific Material Unit of Measure screen select Batch-specific units of measure active and save your entry.

Result
The batch-specific unit of measure was activated.

4.2.2

Creating Release Procedure Characteristics

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using on of the following navigation options: SAP ECC menu Transaction code Field name Characteristic 3. Choose Create. 4. On the Create Characteristics screen, make the following entries: 5. Choose the Basic tab page: Field name Description Status Data Type User action and values Purchasing Group 1 CHAR Cross Application Components → Classification System → Master Data → Characteristics CT04 User action and values R2R_PURCH_GRP

2. On the Characteristics screen, make the following entries:

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6. Choose the Description tab page: Field name Language Description 7. Choose the Values tab page: Field name Char. Value Description Char. Value Description Char. Value Description Char. Value Description Char. Value Description Char. Value Description Char. Value Description Char. Value Description 8. Choose the Addnl data tab page: Field name Table Name Field name Not Ready for Input User action and values CEKKO EKGRP select User action and values 100 Group 100 101 Group 101 102 Group 102 103 Group 103 110 Group 110 111 Group 111 112 Group 112 113 Group 113 User action and values EN Purchasing Group

9. Choose Save and go back to the Characteristics screen. 10. On the Characteristics screen, make the following entries:

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Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide User action and values R2R_PURCH_ORD_TYPE

12. On the Create Characteristics screen, make the following entries: 13. Choose the Basic tab page: Field name Description Status Data Type Number of Characters Multiple Values 14. Choose the Description tab page: Field name Language Description 15. Choose the Values tab page: Field name Char. Value Description Char. Value Description Char. Value Description 16. Choose the Addnl data tab page: Field name Table Name Field name Not Ready for Input User action and values CEKKO BSART select User action and values FO Framework Bestellung NB Standard Bestellung UB Umlagerung User action and values EN Order Type (Purchasing) User action and values Order Type (Purchasing) 1 CHAR 4 select

17. Choose Save and go back to the Characteristics screen. 18. On the Characteristics screen, make the following entries: Field name Characteristic 19. Choose Create. User action and values R2R_PURCH_ORD_VALUE

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20. On the Create Characteristics screen, make the following entries: 21. Choose the Basic tab page: Field name Description Status Data Type Number of Characters Decimal Places Currency Template Multiple Values 22. Choose the Description tab page: Field name Language Description 23. Choose the Values tab page: Field name Char. Value User action and values > 25000.00 INR 0.00 - 10000.00 INR 10000.01 - 50000.00 INR > 50000.00 INR 24. Choose the Addnl data tab page: Field name Table Name Field name Not Ready for Input 25. Choose Save. User action and values CEKKO GNETW select User action and values EN Total net order value User action and values Total net order value 1 CURR 15 2 INR _____________.__ select

4.2.3

Creating Release Procedure Class

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using on of the following navigation options: SAP ECC menu Materials Management → Consumption Based Planning → Planning → Define Storage Location MRP per Plant

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Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide CL02 User action and values R2R_CL_REL_CEKKO 032

2. On the Class screen, make the following entries:

4. On the Create Class screen, make the following entries: 5. Choose the Basic data tab page: Field name Description Status 6. Choose the Char. Tab page: Field name Char. Char. Char. 7. Choose Save. User action and values R2R_PURCH_ORD_TYPE R2R_PURCH_GRP R2R_PURCH_ORD_VALUE User action and values PO Release at Header Level Released

4.2.4 Use

Defining Release Procedure for Purchase Orders

The purpose of this step is to define the release procedure for purchase orders containing steps Release Groups, Release Codes, Release Indicator, Release Strategies .

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using on of the following navigation options: SAP ECC menu Materials Management → Purchasing → Purchase Order → Release Procedure for Purchase Orders → Define Release Procedure for Purchase Orders SPRO

Transaction code 3. Choose New Entries. 4. Make the following entries: Grp PH Obj 2 Class

2. Double-click Release Groups.

Description PO Release (Overall)

R2R_CL_REL_CEKKO

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Description Purchasing Manager Purchasing Buyer Purchasing Officer Purchasing Manager

10. Choose Save. 11. Choose Back. 12. Double-click Release Indicator. 13. Choose New Entries. 14. Make the following entries: Rel 1 2 3 X R X Chg 6 6 1 VChTo Description Changeable, but new release Changeable,Wait for Release Non Changeable,Release Done

15. Choose Save. 16. Choose Back. 17. Double-click Release Strategies. 18. Choose New Entries. 19. Make the following entries: Grp PH PH PH PH Strat 10 21 22 23 Code 01 21 21;22 21;22;23 Description Overall Release 0-10000 INR 10000 - 50000 INR > 50000 INR

20. Choose Save. 21. Choose Back.

4.2.5 Use

Defining Release Procedure for Purchase Orders – Releasing Prerequisites, Setting Criterias

In this activity you will define a release procedure for purchase orders.

Procedure
Carry out the following steps:

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1. Access the activity using on of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Materials Management → Purchasing → Purchase Order → Release Procedure for Purchase Orders → Define Release Procedure for Purchase Orders

2. Double-click Release Strategies. 3. Double-click the line Group PH / Strategy 10. 4. Select Release Prerequisites and choose Continue. 5. Select Release Statuses and choose Continue. 6. Choose Classification. 7. On the Change View “Release Strategies”: Classification screen, make the following entries: Field name Order type (Purchasing) User action and values Framework order Standard PO Stock Tranfer Order Purchasing Group Group 100 Group 101 Group 102 Group 103 Total net order value 8. Choose Back. 9. Choose Release Simulation. 10. Choose Simulate release. 11. Choose Set/reset release. The release is simulated 12. Choose Cancel. 13. Choose Continue. 14. Choose Back. 15. Double-click the line Group PH / Strategy 21. 16. Choose Release Prerequisites and choose Continue. 17. Choose Release Statuses ,Enter 2,3 in the field Release Indicator, choose Continue. 18. Choose Classification. > 25000.00 INR

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19. On the Change View “Release Strategies”: Classification screen, make the following entries: Field name Order type (Purchasing) Description User action and values Framework order Standard PO Stock Tranfer Order Purchasing Group Total net order value 20. Choose Back. 21. Choose Release Simulation. 22. Choose Simulate Release. 23. Choose Enter. 24. Choose Back. 25. Double-click the line Group PH / Strategy 22. 26. Choose Release Prerequisites, make the following enteries. Code\release prerequisite 21 22 27. Choose Continue. 28. Choose Release Statuses, enter 2, 2,3 in the field Release Indicator, choose Continue. 29. Choose Classification. 30. On the Change View “Release Strategies”: Classification screen, make the following entries: Field name Order type (Purchasing) Description User action and values Framework order Standard PO Stock Tranfer Order Purchasing Group Total net order value 31. Choose Back. 32. Choose Release Simulation. 33. Choose Simulate Release. 34. Choose Enter. 35. Choose Back. 36. Double-click the line Group PH / Strategy 23. 37. Choose Release Prerequisites, make the following enteries. 1000/YB1 10000.00 - 50000.00 INR Comment X 21 22 1000/YB1 0.00 - 10000.00 INR Comment

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39. Choose Release Statuses, enter 2, 2, 2,3 in the field Release Indicator, choose Continue. 40. Choose Classification. 41. On the Change View “Release Strategies”: Classification screen, make the following entries: Field name Order type (Purchasing) Description User action and values Framework order Standard PO Stock Tranfer Order Purchasing Group Total net order value 42. Choose Back. 43. Choose Release Simulation. 44. Choose Simulate Release. 45. Choose Enter. 46. Choose Save, and then Exit. 1000/YB1 > 50000.00 INR Comment

Result
The release procedure for purchase orders is defined.

4.2.6 Use

Defining the Condition types, Access Sequence, Condition Tables

This step is required to define condition types, Access sequence, condition tables, which are representing different pricing elements like discounts, surcharges, freight and so on.

Procedure
1. 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. SAP R/3 Standard system is delivered with two India specific pricing procedures JIMPOR – IN: Purchase for Imported materials and JRM000 - IN: Purchasing for Domestic materials procurement process along with relevant condition types there in. These

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procedures have been copied to create new pricing procedures. It is advised that the users copy the standard pricing procedures for creating any new ones. 3. For the reference of users the condition types used in both the pricing procedures are listed below: Condition Type JFOB JINS JLDC FRC1 FRB1 JOFV JOFP GRWR JCDB JCDS JCV1 JECV JEDB JADC JCFA JFR1 JFR2 JEXC JEXS JOCM K000 KR00 NAVS P000 P001 R000 R001 R002 R003 SKTO P&F1 P&F2 P&F3 Description Free on Board Price Import Insurance-% Customs Landing Charg-% Freight/Quantity Freight (Value) Ocean/AirFreight-Val Ocean/AirFreight-% Statistical Value IN Basic customs IN Special customs IN CVD Educational Cess On CVD ( Counter Vailing Duty ) Customs Edu. Cess Add. Customs duty Clearing Agent Charges Local Freight Charge Wharfage , Misc. IN Manual Excise Taxes on the PO IN Octroi Contrct Header Disc % Header Disc. (Value) Non-Deductible Tax Gross Price Gross Price Discount % on Gross Discount/Quantity Absolute discount Discount % on Net Cash Discount Pack & Forward (%) Pack & Forward-Value Pack & Forward- Qty

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4. Apart from using above mention SAP standard delivered condition types the following new condition types were copied to take care of new customs duties. 5. Copy three new condition types JECV with description as ECess on IN CVD, JEDB with description as ECess on IN BCD and JADC with description as Add. Customs Duty. All condition types needs to be copied from existing SAP standard condition type JCV1 - IN CVD. 6. Also Create new condition types by choosing New Entries screen of Change View “Conditions: Condition types: overview as follows Field name Condit. type Name Cond. class Calculat.type Plus/minus Item Condition Amount/Percent Scale basis Description Condition type Description of condition type Condition Class Calculation Type Plus/minus sign Item condition Amount/Percent Scale basis User action and values P&F1 Pack & Forward (%) A A A Check the Box Check the Box B Comment

7. Now you can choose Save to save the condition or choose Next Entry (F8) to create more condition types as follows: Field name Condit. type Name Cond. class Calculat.type Plus/minus Item Condition Amount/Percent Scale basis Description Condition type Description of condition type Condition Class Calculation Type Plus/minus sign Item condition Amount/Percent Scale basis User action and values P&F2 Pack & Forward-Value A B A Check the Box Check the Box B Comment

8. Now you can choose Save to save the condition or choose Next Entry (F8) to create more condition types as follows: Field name Condit. type Name Cond. class Calculat.type Plus/minus Item Condition Amount/Percent Scale basis Description Condition type Description of condition type Condition Class Calculation Type Plus/minus sign Item condition Amount/Percent Scale basis User action and values P&F3 Pack & Forward- Qty A C A Check the Box Check the Box B Comment

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9. Now you can choose Save to save the condition or choose Next Entry (F8) to create more condition types as follows: Field name Condit. type Name Cond. class Calculat.type Cond.category Plus/minus Item Condition Amount/Percent Scale basis Delete Accruals Description Condition type Description of condition type Condition Class Calculation Type Condition category Plus/minus sign Item condition Amount/Percent Scale basis Delete Accruals User action and values JOFV Ocean/AirFreight-Val A B B A Check the Box Check the Box B Check the Box Don’t Check the Box Comment

10. Now you can choose Save to save the condition or choose Next Entry (F8) to create more condition types as follows: Field name Condit. type Name Cond. class Calculat.type Cond.category Plus/minus Item Condition Amount/Percent Scale basis Delete Accruals Description Condition type Description of condition type Condition Class Calculation Type Condition category Plus/minus sign Item condition Amount/Percent Scale basis Delete Accruals User action and values JOFP Ocean/AirFreight-% A A B A Check the Box Check the Box B Check the Box Don’t Check the Box Comment

11. Now you can choose Save to save the condition or choose Next Entry (F8) to create more condition types as follows: Field name Condit. type Name Cond. class Calculat.type Cond.category Plus/minus Description Condition type Description of condition type Condition Class Calculation Type Condition category Plus/minus sign User action and values JINS Import Insurance-% A A B A Comment

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Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Description Item condition Amount/Percent Scale basis Delete Accruals User action and values Check the Box Check the Box B Check the Box Don’t Check the Box Comment

12. Now you can choose Save to save the condition or choose Next Entry (F8) to create more condition types as follows: Field name Condit. type Name Cond. class Calculat.type Cond.category Plus/minus Item Condition Amount/Percent Scale basis Delete Accruals Description Condition type Description of condition type Condition Class Calculation Type Condition category Plus/minus sign Item condition Amount/Percent Scale basis Delete Accruals User action and values JLDC Customs Landing Charge% A A B A Check the Box Check the Box B Check the Box Don’t Check the Box Comment

13. Now you can choose Save to save the condition or choose Next Entry (F8) to create more condition types as follows: Field name Condit. type Name Cond. class Calculat.type Cond.category Plus/minus Item Condition Amount/Percent Scale basis Delete Accruals Description Condition type Description of condition type Condition Class Calculation Type Condition category Plus/minus sign Item condition Amount/Percent Scale basis Delete Accruals User action and values JCFA Clearing Agent Charge A B B A Check the Box Check the Box B Check the Box Check the Box Comment

14. Now you can choose Save to save the condition or choose Next Entry (F8) to create more condition types as follows: Field name Condit. type Description Condition type User action and values JFR1 Comment

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Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Description Description of condition type Condition Class Calculation Type Condition category Plus/minus sign Item condition Amount/Percent Scale basis Delete Accruals User action and values Local Freight Charge A B B A Check the Box Check the Box B Check the Box Check the Box Comment

15. Now you can choose Save to save the condition or choose Next Entry (F8) to create more condition types as follows: Field name Condit. type Name Cond. class Calculat.type Cond.category Plus/minus Item Condition Amount/Percent Scale basis Delete Accruals Description Condition type Description of condition type Condition Class Calculation Type Condition category Plus/minus sign Item condition Amount/Percent Scale basis Delete Accruals User action and values JFR2 Wharfage , Misc A B B A Check the Box Check the Box B Check the Box Check the Box Comment

16. 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. 17. Access sequence 0002 and KB01 are using the following Condition Tables: Access Condition Sequence Table Description 0002 118 Empties Prices (Material-Dependent) 0002 0002 0002 0002 0002 0002 0002 68 16 16 67 17 66 18 Outline Agreement Item: Plant-Dependent Contract Item Contract Item Plant Info Record per Order Unit Material Info Record (Plant-Specific) Info record per order unit Material Info Record

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18. All the above condition types, Access sequence and Condition Tables will come as part of SAP Standard Delivery.

4.2.7

Defining Calculation Schema

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using on of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu M/08 Materials Management → Purchasing → Conditions → Define Price Determination Process → Define Calculation Schema

2. SAP R/3 Standard system is delivered with two India specific pricing procedures JIMPOR – IN: Purchase for Imported materials, JRM000 - IN: Purchasing for Domestic materials and for Stock transfer from plant to depot RM2000-Stock Transfer Document .The same is taken as reference and some modification are done to suit India Best practices Pricing for Inbound. In case of Inter-company transactions between 1000 and 1010 for sale and sub-contracting activity Domestic pricing – ZDOMES is used. 3. For the reference of users, Three Pricing procedures are mentioned here under.. ZDOMES - IN: Purchasing for domestic:
1 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Ste 1 1 10 10 10 10 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 70 75 Cnt r 1 2 1 2 3 4 5 0 0 0 0 CTyp P000 P001 R001 R002 KR00 K000 R003 Description Gross Price Gross Price Discount/Quantity Absolute discount Header Disc.(Value) Contrct HeaderDisc % Discount % on Net Net including price& Discount Pack & Forward (%) Pack & Forward- Value Pack & Forward- Qty Net1 (Price+dis+P&F) Freight/Quantity Freight (Value) IN Manual Excise Net2(Price+Freight) Non-Deductible Tax Net value incl. tax IN Octroi From To Man. Req Statist

X X X X X 1 15 10 X

P&F1 P&F2 P&F3 FRC1 FRB1 JEXC

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Step 1 1 10 10 10 10 10 20 25 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 Cntr 1 2 1 2 3 4 5 0 1 0 CTyp P000 P001 R001 R002 KR00 K000 R003 JOFV JOFP JINS 0 0 JLDC JCDB Description Gross Price Gross Price Discount/Quantity Absolute discount Header Disc.(Value) Contrct HeaderDisc % Discount % on Net Net including Price& Discount Ocean/AirFreight-Val Ocean/AirFreight-% Net1(Price+ Overseas Fre.) Import Insurance-% Sub tot.-Landing Charg. Customs Landing Charge-% Assessable Value IN Basic customs From To Man. St at

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Sub Total- For CVD IN CVD ECess on CVD Copy of IN Basic Customs BCD + CVD + Edu Cess on CVD Customs Edu Cess Sub Total -Add. Cust.Duty Copy of Assessable Value Add. Customs duty Net 2(Net+Cus.Duty+others) Clearing Agent Charge Local Freight Charge Wharfage , Misc Landed Cost of Good Cal Type 50 60 65 55 65 80 80 50 90 55

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4.2.8 Use

Defining the Schema Groups for Vendors

In this setting you are going to create schema groups for purchase organization and vendors, which are group in to two groups so that both indigenous and imported pricing procedures are accessed in Purchase Orders.

Procedure
1. 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. After selecting this transaction system will give a popup screen; Select Schema Groups: Vendor the first option to define vendor schemas first. 3. Make the following entries by choosing New Entries Icon. Field name Schema gp. Vnd. Description Schema gp. Vnd. Description 4. Choose Save. Description Schema Group of Vendor Description of schema group Schema Group of Vendor Description of schema group User action and values ZD DOMESTIC VENDORS ZI IMPORTED VENDORS Comment Input the value Input the value Input the value Input the value

4.2.9

Defining Schema Group for Purchasing Organizations

Procedure
1. 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

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2. After selecting this transaction system will give a popup screen; Select Schema Groups for Purchasing Organizations the second option. 3. On the new screen, make the following entries by choosing New Entries Icon. Field name Schema gp. POrg Description Purchase organization schema group Description of schema group User action and values 1000 Comment Input the value

Description

Schema purchasing org. 1000

Input the value

4. Choose Enter. 5. Choose Save. 6. For assignment of purchase organization schema group to purchase organization choose Green Arrow (F3) icon.

4.2.10 Assignment of Schema Group to Purchasing Organization Procedure
1. 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. After selecting this transaction system will give a popup screen; select the third entry i.e. Assignment of Schema Group to Purchasing Organization. 3. In the new screen make the following entries by selecting 1000 and 1010 purchase organization. Field name POrg Purch.org. descry. Description Purchase Organization Description of purchase organization Schema group of purchase organization Purchase Organization Description of purchase organization Schema group of purchase organization User action and values 1000 Purchase Orgn. 1000 Comment Select the line Grayed out Select the line Grayed out Make the entry

Schema group, p.org. POrg Purch.org. descry.

1000

1010 Purchasing Org.1010

Select the line Grayed out Select the line Grayed out

Schema group, p.org.

4. Choose Enter. 5. Choose Save.

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Result
Data was saved.

4.2.11 Defining Schema Determination for Standard Purchase order Use
In this step, you assign purchasing transactions and processes to a calculation schema, which you have already created in above steps. This step will actually pick the respective indigenous or imported pricing procedures in purchase documents.

Procedure
1. 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

2. After selecting this transaction system will give a popup screen; Select Determine Calculation Schema for Standard Purchase Orders the first. 3. Make the following entries by choosing New Entries Icon. Field name Schema gp. POrg 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 User action and values 1000 Comment Enter the value

Schema gp. Vnd Proc. Schema gp. POrg

ZD ZDOMES for domestic vendors 1000

Enter the value Enter the value Enter the value

Schema gp. Vnd Proc.

ZI ZIMPOR for imported vendors

Enter the value Enter the value

4. Choose Enter. 5. Choose Save.

Result
Data was saved.

4.2.12 Use

Determining Schema for Stock Transport Orders

In this step, you assign Pricing procedure for Stock transfer and Inter-Company purchasing documents based on document type, Schema group and supplying plant.

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Procedure
1. 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

2. After selecting this transaction system will give a popup screen; Select Determine Schema for Stock Transport Orders 3. Make the following entries by choosing New Entries Icon. Field name Schema gp. POrg Description Schema group of purchase organization Purchasing Document Type Pricing procedure or Calculation schema User action and values 1000 Comment Enter the value

Doc.Type Proc.

UB- Stock Transfer Document YSTO-IN: Stock Transfer Pricing

Select from Possible List Enter the value

4. Choose Enter. 5. Choose Save.

Result
Data was saved.

4.2.13

Maintaining Rounding Profiles

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using on of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Materials Management → Purchasing → Order Optimizing → Quantity Optimizing and Allowed Logistics Units of Measure → Maintain Rounding Profile

2. On the Create Quantity Addition/Subtraction screen, enter rounding profile YG00 in the Rounding profile field of the dialog box Maintain Rounding Profile: Initial Screen. 3. Enter the plant Plant_1 (1000) in the field Plant of the dialog box Maintain Rounding Profile: Initial Screen. 4. Choose Create Dynamic (F5). 5. On the Create Dynamic Rounding Profile screen, enter the values shown below. Field name Rounding Profile Description Plant Rounding off method User action and values YG00 Rounding to cartons, layers and pallets Plant_1 (1000) 3

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SAP Best Practices Field name Rounding rule 6. Save your settings. 7. Choose Back (F3).

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide User action and values Y1

8. Repeat steps 2. - 6. for the same rounding profile and for the plant Plant_2 (1100) as shown below: Field name Rounding Profile Description Plant Rounding off method Rounding rule 9. Save your settings. 10. Choose Back (F3). User action and values YG00 Rounding to cartons, layers and pallets Plant_2 (1100) 3 Y1

4.2.14

Unit of Measure Rounding Rules

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using on of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Materials Management → Purchasing → Order Optimizing → Quantity Optimizing and Allowed Logistics Units of Measure → Unit of Measure Rounding Rules

2. On the Change View “Unit of Measure Rounding Rule”: Overview screen, choose New Entries. 3. On the New Entries: Overview of Added Entries screen, make the following entries: Rounding Rule Y1 Y1 4. Save your settings. 5. Choose Back (F3). Alternative Unit of measure CAR PAL % rounding up 80.0 80.0 % rounding down 0.1 0.1

4.2.15

Maintaining Account Assignment Categories

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using on of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OME9 Materials Management → Purchasing → Account Assignment → Maintain Account Assignment Categories

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2. On the Change View “Account Assignment Categories”: Overview screen, select Acct assignment cat. A (Asset). 3. Choose Details (Ctrl+Shift+F2). 4. On the Change View “Account Assignment Categories”: Details screen, make the following entries: Field name Consumption posting Description Distribution AA Changeable at IR Partial Invoice ID.Account Assignment Screen Goods receipt GR non-valuated Invoice receipt Field name Asset Asset Subnumber Business Area Business process CO/PP Order Commitment Item Cost Center Cost Object Cost Type Deletion indicator Details account assgt. block Functional Area Funds Funds Center Funds reservation General Ledger Account Goods recipient/ship-to party Grant Joint Venture Partner Network Profit Center X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Mandatory Entry X X X X User action and values A Asset 1 X 2 2 X X X Optional Entry Dislay Hidden

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SAP Best Practices Field name Profitability Segment Project Qty./percent. mat. acct. assgt Real Estate Management Sales Order Sales document schedule Service/activity type Unloading point 5. Save your settings.

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6. Repeat steps 1. to 5. for the account assignment categories B, …, X using the values shown below. Acct. assignmt. cat. B Field name Consumption posting Description Distribution AA Changeable at IR Account modification Partial Invoice ID.Account Assignment Screen Goods receipt GR non-valuated Invoice receipt Acct. assignmt. cat. C Field name Consumption posting Description Distribution AA Changeable at IR Account modification Partial Invoice ID.Account Assignment Screen Goods receipt GR non-valuated Invoice receipt X 2 1 X User action and values V Sales order 1 X X VKA User action and values E MTS prod./sales ord.

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SAP Best Practices Field name Asset Asset Subnumber Business Area Business process CO/PP Order Commitment Item Cost Center Cost Object Cost Type Deletion indicator Details account assgt. block Functional Area Funds Funds Center Funds reservation General Ledger Account Goods recipient/ship-to party Grant Joint Venture Partner Network Profit Center Profitability Segment Project Qty./percent. mat. acct. assgt Real Estate Management Sales Order Sales document schedule Service/activity type Unloading point Acct. assignmt. cat. D Field name Consumption posting Description Distribution AA Changeable at IR

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Mandatory Entry Optional Entry Dislay Hidden 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

User action and values P Indiv.cust./project

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SAP Best Practices Field name Account modification Partial Invoice

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide User action and values VKA 1 E X X X Mandatory Entry Optional Entry Dislay Hidden 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

ID.Account Assignment Screen Special Stock Goods receipt GR non-valuated Invoice receipt GR Ind. binding Field name Asset Asset Subnumber Business Area Business process CO/PP Order Commitment Item Cost Center Cost Object Cost Type Deletion indicator Details account assgt. block Functional Area Funds Funds Center Funds reservation General Ledger Account Goods recipient/ship-to party Grant Joint Venture Partner Network Profit Center Profitability Segment Project Qty./percent. mat. acct. assgt Real Estate Management

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SAP Best Practices Field name Sales Order Sales document schedule Service/activity type Unloading point Acct. assignmt. cat. E Field name Consumption posting Description Distribution AA Changeable at IR Account modification Partial Invoice

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Mandatory Entry X X X X User action and values E Ind. cust. w. KD-CO Optional Entry Dislay Hidden

VKA 1 E X X X Mandatory Entry Optional Entry Dislay Hidden X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

ID.Account Assignment Screen Special Stock Goods receipt GR non-valuated Invoice receipt GR Ind. Binding Field name Asset Asset Subnumber Business Area Business process CO/PP Order Commitment Item Cost Center Cost Object Cost Type Deletion indicator Details account assgt. block Functional Area Funds Funds Center Funds reservation General Ledger Account

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SAP Best Practices Field name Goods recipient/ship-to party Grant Joint Venture Partner Network Profit Center Profitability Segment Project Qty./percent. mat. acct. assgt Real Estate Management Sales Order Sales document schedule Service/activity type Unloading point Acct. assignmt. cat. F Field name Consumption posting Description Distribution AA Changeable at IR Account modification Partial Invoice

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Mandatory Entry Optional Entry X X X X X X X X X X X X X Dislay Hidden

User action and values V Order 1 X VBR 2 1 X X

ID.Account Assignment Screen Special Stock Goods receipt GR non-valuated Invoice receipt GR Ind. Firm Field name Asset Asset Subnumber Business Area Business process CO/PP Order Mandatory Entry

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SAP Best Practices Field name Commitment Item Cost Center Cost Object Cost Type Deletion indicator Details account assgt. block Functional Area Funds Funds Center Funds reservation General Ledger Account Goods recipient/ship-to party Grant Joint Venture Partner Network Profit Center Profitability Segment Project Qty./percent. mat. acct. assgt Real Estate Management Sales Order Sales document schedule Service/activity type Unloading point Acct. assignmt. cat. G Field name Consumption posting Description Distribution AA Changeable at IR Account modification Partial Invoice

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Mandatory Entry Optional Entry Dislay Hidden X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X User action and values P MTS prod./project

VKA

ID.Account Assignment Screen Special Stock Goods receipt

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SAP Best Practices Field name GR non-valuated Invoice receipt GR Ind. Firm Acct. assignmt. cat. K Field name Consumption posting Description Distribution AA Changeable at IR Account modification Partial Invoice

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User action and values V Cost center 1 X VBR 2 1 X X

ID.Account Assignment Screen Special Stock Goods receipt GR non-valuated Invoice receipt GR Ind. Firm Field name Asset Asset Subnumber Business Area Business process CO/PP Order Commitment Item Cost Center Cost Object Cost Type Deletion indicator Details account assgt. block Functional Area Funds Funds Center Funds reservation General Ledger Account Goods recipient/ship-to party X Mandatory Entry

Optional Entry

Dislay

Hidden X X X X X X

X X X X X X X X X

X

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SAP Best Practices Field name Grant Joint Venture Partner Network Profit Center Profitability Segment Project Qty./percent. mat. acct. assgt Real Estate Management Sales Order Sales document schedule Service/activity type Unloading point Acct. assignmt. cat. M Field name Consumption posting Description Distribution AA Changeable at IR Account modification Partial Invoice

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Mandatory Entry Optional Entry Dislay Hidden X X X X X X X X X X X X

User action and values

Ind. cust. w/o KD-CO

VKA 1 E X X X Mandatory Entry Optional Entry Dislay Hidden X X X X X X X

ID.Account Assignment Screen Special Stock Goods receipt GR non-valuated Invoice receipt GR Ind. binding Field name Asset Asset Subnumber Business Area Business process CO/PP Order Commitment Item Cost Center

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SAP Best Practices Field name Cost Object Cost Type Deletion indicator Details account assgt. block Functional Area Funds Funds Center Funds reservation General Ledger Account Goods recipient/ship-to party Grant Joint Venture Partner Network Profit Center Profitability Segment Project Qty./percent. mat. acct. assgt Real Estate Management Sales Order Sales document schedule Service/activity type Unloading point Acct. assignmt. cat. N Field name Consumption posting Description Distribution AA Changeable at IR Account modification Partial Invoice

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Mandatory Entry Optional Entry Dislay Hidden X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X User action and values V Network 1 X VBR 2 1 X X

ID.Account Assignment Screen Special Stock Goods receipt GR non-valuated Invoice receipt

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SAP Best Practices Field name GR Ind. Firm Field name Asset Asset Subnumber Business Area Business process CO/PP Order Commitment Item Cost Center Cost Object Cost Type Deletion indicator Details account assgt. block Functional Area Funds Funds Center Funds reservation General Ledger Account Goods recipient/ship-to party Grant Joint Venture Partner Network Profit Center Profitability Segment Project Qty./percent. mat. acct. assgt Real Estate Management Sales Order Sales document schedule Service/activity type Unloading point Acct. assignmt. cat. P Field name Consumption posting

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Mandatory Entry

Optional Entry

Dislay

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X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

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SAP Best Practices Field name Description Distribution AA Changeable at IR Account modification Partial Invoice

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ID.Account Assignment Screen Special Stock Goods receipt GR non-valuated Invoice receipt GR Ind. Firm Field name Asset Asset Subnumber Business Area Business process CO/PP Order Commitment Item Cost Center Cost Object Cost Type Deletion indicator Details account assgt. block Functional Area Funds Funds Center Funds reservation General Ledger Account Goods recipient/ship-to party Grant Joint Venture Partner Network Profit Center Profitability Segment Project X Mandatory Entry

Optional Entry

Dislay

Hidden X X X X X X X X X

X X X X X X

X X X X X X X

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SAP Best Practices Field name Qty./percent. mat. acct. assgt Real Estate Management Sales Order Sales document schedule Service/activity type Unloading point Acct. assignmt. cat. Q Field name Consumption posting Description Distribution AA Changeable at IR Account modification Partial Invoice

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Mandatory Entry Optional Entry X X X X X X Dislay Hidden

User action and values P Proj. make-to-order

VBR 1 Q X X X Mandatory Entry Optional Entry Dislay Hidden X X X X X X X X X X X X X

ID.Account Assignment Screen Special Stock Goods receipt GR non-valuated Invoice receipt GR Ind. binding Field name Asset Asset Subnumber Business Area Business process CO/PP Order Commitment Item Cost Center Cost Object Cost Type Deletion indicator Details account assgt. block Functional Area Funds

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SAP Best Practices Field name Funds Center Funds reservation General Ledger Account Goods recipient/ship-to party Grant Joint Venture Partner Network Profit Center Profitability Segment Project Qty./percent. mat. acct. assgt Real Estate Management Sales Order Sales document schedule Service/activity type Unloading point Acct. assignmt. cat. T Field name Acct.assignment changeable Consumption posting Description Distribution AA Changeable at IR Account modification Partial Invoice

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Mandatory Entry Optional Entry Dislay Hidden X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X User action and values X V All new aux.acc.ass. 1 X VBR 2 1 X X

ID.Account Assignment Screen Special Stock Goods receipt GR non-valuated Invoice receipt GR Ind. Firm Field name Asset Mandatory Entry

Optional Entry

Dislay

Hidden X

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SAP Best Practices Field name Asset Subnumber Business Area Business process CO/PP Order Commitment Item Cost Center Cost Object Cost Type Deletion indicator Details account assgt. block Functional Area Funds Funds Center Funds reservation General Ledger Account Goods recipient/ship-to party Grant Joint Venture Partner Network Profit Center Profitability Segment Project Qty./percent. mat. acct. assgt Real Estate Management Sales Order Sales document schedule Service/activity type Unloading point Acct. assignmt. cat. U Field name Acct.assignment changeable Consumption posting Description Distribution AA Changeable at IR

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Mandatory Entry Optional Entry Dislay Hidden 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 User action and values

U Unknown

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SAP Best Practices Field name Account modification Partial Invoice

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ID.Account Assignment Screen Special Stock Goods receipt GR non-valuated Invoice receipt GR Ind. Firm Acct. assignmt. cat. X Field name Acct.assignment changeable Consumption posting Description Distribution AA Changeable at IR Account modification Partial Invoice ID.Account Assignment Screen Special Stock Goods receipt GR non-valuated Invoice receipt GR Ind. Firm Field name Asset Asset Subnumber Business Area Business process CO/PP Order Commitment Item Cost Center Cost Object Cost Type Deletion indicator Details account assgt. block Mandatory Entry

1 X X

User action and values X V All aux.acct.assgts. 1 X VAX 2 1 X X

Optional Entry

Dislay

Hidden X

X X X X X X X X X X

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SAP Best Practices Field name Functional Area Funds Funds Center Funds reservation General Ledger Account Goods recipient/ship-to party Grant Joint Venture Partner Network Profit Center Profitability Segment Project Qty./percent. mat. acct. assgt Real Estate Management Sales Order Sales document schedule Service/activity type Unloading point

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Mandatory Entry Optional Entry Dislay Hidden X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

4.2.16

Defining Scope of List

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OMGU Materials Management → Purchasing → Vendor Evaluation → Define Scope of List

2. On the Change View “Scope of List for Vendor Evaluation”: Overview screen, choose New Entries. 3. On the New Entries: Overview of Added Entries screen, enter the values as shown below. Field name List scope Description 4. Save your settings. 5. Choose Back (F3). 6. On the Change View “Scope of List for Vendor Evaluation”: Overview screen, double-click the new entry Y_CONSPR01. User action and values Y_CONSPR01 Ranking list consumer products

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SAP Best Practices 7. Enter the values shown below. Main Criterion 01 02 03 8. Save your settings. 9. Choose Back (F3).

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4.2.17 Defining Permissible Partner Roles per Account Group Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OMZ3 Materials Management → Purchasing → Partner Determination → Partner Roles → Define Permissible Partner Roles per Account Group

2. On the Change View “Permissible Partner Roles per Account Group”: Overview, choose New Entries. 3. On the New Entries: Overview of Added Entries screen, enter the values shown below. Function DP VN 4. Save your settings. 5. Choose Back (F3) twice. Group YBAC YBAC

4.2.18

Defining Condition Type

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Logistic General → Agency Business → Basic Settings → Define Price Determination Process → Define Condition Types

2. In the Choose Activity dialog box, choose Define Condition Type. 3. On the Change View “Conditions: Condition Types”: Overview screen, choose New Entries and make the following entries: Field name Condition Type Description Access Sequence User action and values NAVS Non-Deductable Tax 0003

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SAP Best Practices Field name Condition Class Calculat.type Cond.category Item Condition Delete Delete fr.DB Exclusion

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide User action and values D B D Select Select Do not delete (set the deletion flag only) X - Gross Price

4.2.19 4.2.19.1 Use

Taxes in Procurement Setting Tax Indicator for Material

In this step, you maintain the tax indicators that you wish to assign to materials. You do this for each country of destination.

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OMKK Materials Management → Purchasing → Taxes → Set Tax Indicator for Material

2. On the Change View “Determination of Tax Code: Maintain Material Indicator: Overview” screen, choose New entries. 3. On the “New Entries: Overview of Added Entries” screen, make the following entries. Dst. Country IN IN IN 4. Save your settings. 5. Choose Back (F3). Material 0 1 2 Description Material 0% Material 100% Material 50% exempt

Result
The tax indicators are created.

4.2.19.2 Use

Setting Tax Indicator for Plant

In this step, you maintain the tax indicators that you wish to assign to materials. You do this for each country of destination.

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Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OMKM Materials Management → Purchasing → Taxes → Set Tax Indicator for Plant

2. On the Change View “Determination of Tax Indicator: Maintain Plant Indicator” screen, choose New entries. 3. On the New Entries: Overview of Added Entries screen, make the following entries. Dst. Country IN IN 4. Save your settings. 5. Choose Back (F3). Plant Tax ID 0 1 Description Exempt Taxable

Result
The tax indicators are created.

4.2.19.3 Use

Setting Tax Indicator for Account Assignment

In this step, you maintain the tax indicators that you wish to assign to materials. You do this for each country of destination.

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OMKL Materials Management → Purchasing → Taxes → Set Tax Indicator for Account Assignment

2. On the Change View “Determine Tax Code: Maintain Account Assignment Indicator screen, choose New entries. 3. On the “New Entries: Overview of Added Entries” screen, make the following entries: Dst. Country IN IN 4. Save your settings. 5. Choose Back (F3). Plant Tax ID 0 1 Description Exempt Taxable

Result
The tax indicators are created.

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4.2.19.4 Use

Assigning Tax Indicators for Plants

In this step, you maintain the tax indicators that you wish to assign to materials. You do this for each country of destination.

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OMKN Materials Management → Purchasing → Taxes → Assign Tax Indicators for Plants

2. On the Change View “Assignment of Tax Indicator to Plant”: Overview screen, make the following entries: Plant Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) 3. Save your settings. 4. Choose Back (F3) Plant Tax ID 1 1 Description taxable taxable

Result
The tax indicators are created.

4.2.19.5 Procedure

Assigning Tax Indicators for Account Assignments

Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OMKO Materials Management → Purchasing → Taxes → Assign Tax Indicators for Account Assignments

2. On the Change View “Assignment of Tax Indicator to Account Assignment Categor screen, choose New Entries. 3. Make the following entries: A M DstC IN IN 4. Save your settings. 5. Choose Back (F3). AcAsg 0 0

4.2.20

Checking Incoterms

Procedure
Carry out the following steps:

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1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu 2. Choose New Entries. 3. Make the following entries: IncoT AIR DHL EMY FED UPS USP 4. Choose Save. 5. Choose Back. Description Airborne Express DHL Worldwide Express Emery Worldwide Federal Express United Parcel Service United States Postal Service Cty X X X X X X SPRO Materials Management → Purchasing → Vendor Master → Check Incoterms

4.2.21

Returns to Vendor

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu 2. Choose New Entries. 3. Make the following entries: Cat F F F F Type NB NB UB UB SPlt Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Del. Type Returns RL RL SPRO Materials Management → Purchasing → Purchase Order → Returns Order → Returns to Vendor

4. Choose Save. 5. Choose Back.

4.2.22 4.2.22.1

Vendor Evaluation Defining Criteria – Main Criteria

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code SPRO

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SAP Best Practices IMG menu 2. Choose New Entries. 3. Make the following entries: CR 01 02 03 Criterion Price Quality Delivery

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Materials Management → Purchasing → Vendor Evaluation → Define Criteria

Short Text f. M.Crit PRICE QUALIT DELIV

4. Choose Save. 5. Choose Back.

4.2.22.2 Procedure

Defining Criteria - Subcriteria

Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Materials Management → Purchasing → Vendor Evaluation → Define Criteria

2. On the Change View “Main Criteria”: Overview screen, select the according previously created criteria “Price” and double-click the subcriteria folder. 3. Choose New Entries. 4. Make the following entries: CR 01 02 Criterion Price Level Price Behavior Scoring Method 4 5

5. Choose Save. 6. On the Change View “Main Criteria”: Overview” screen, select the next criteria “Quality” and double-click the subcriteria folder. 7. Choose New Entries. 8. Make the following entries: CR 01 02 03 Criterion GR Inspection Rejection/Complaint Audit Scoring Method 7 8 9

9. Choose Save. 10. On the Change View “Main Criteria”: Overview” screen, select the Delivery criteria and double-click the subcriteria folder. 11. Choose New Entries. 12. Make the following entries: CR Criterion Scoring Method

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SAP Best Practices 01 02 03 04 On-Time Delivery

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide 3 2 6 B

Quantity Reliability Shipping Instr. Adher. to Conf. Date

13. Choose Back. 14. Choose Back.

4.2.22.3 Maintaining Purchasing Organization Data Purchasing Organization Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Material Management → Purchasing → Vendor Evaluation → Maintain Purchasing Organization Data

2. On the Change View "Purchasing organization”: Overview screen, choose Copy As… (F6) to copy the data record 0001 to 1000 Purchasing Org. 1000, and confirm the message by choosing Copy All. 3. Save your entries and go back to the IMG menu.

4.2.22.4 Maintaining Purchasing Organization Data - Main Criteria Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Material Management → Purchasing → Vendor Evaluation → Maintain Purchasing Organization Data

2. On the Change View "Purchasing organization”: Overview screen, choose Purchasing Org. 1000, and double-click the Main Criteria folder. 3. On the Change View “Main Criteria: Overview” screen, choose New Entries. 4. Make the following entries: CR 01 02 03 05 Manual maint. Do not select Do not select Do not select Do not select Description Price Quality Delivery Service

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5. Press Return and the criteria description will be posted from the system. 6. Choose Save. 7. Choose Back.

4.2.22.5 Maintaining Purchasing Organization Data – Subcriteria Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Material Management → Purchasing → Vendor Evaluation → Maintain Purchasing Organization Data

2. On the Change View "Purchasing organization”: Overview screen, select Purchasing Org. 1000, and double-click Main Criteria folder. 3. The “Change View: Main criteria: Overview” screen appears. Select the previously defined main criteria 01 Price and double-click the Subcriteria folder. Choose New Entries and make the following entries: Subcrit. 01 02 4. Choose Save. 5. On the “Change View: Main criteria: Overview” screen select the previously defined main criteria 02 Quality and double-click the Subcriteria folder. Choose New Entries and make the following entries: Subcrit. 01 02 03 6. Choose Save. 7. On the “Change View: Main criteria: Overview” screen select the previously defined main criteria 03 Delivery and double-click the Subcriteria folder. Choose New Entries and make the following entries: Subcrit. 01 02 03 04 Weighting 1 1 1 1 Manual maint. Do not select Do not select Do not select Do not select Description On-Time Delivery Quantity Reliability Shipping Instr. Adher. to Conf. Date Weighting 1 1 1 Manual maint. Do not select Do not select Do not select Description GR Inspection Rejection/Complaint Audit Weighting 1 1 Manual maint. Do not select Do not select Description Price Level Price Behavior

8. On the “Change View: Main criteria: Overview ” screen select the previously defined main criteria 04 Service and double-click the Subcriteria folder. Choose New Entries and make the following entries: Subcrit. 01 Weighting 1 Manual maint. Do not select Description Quality of Service

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4.2.22.6 Maintaining Purchasing Organization Data – Weighting Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Material Management → Purchasing → Vendor Evaluation → Maintain Purchasing Organization Data

2. On the Change View "Purchasing organization”: Overview screen, select the Purchasing Org. 1000, and double-click the Weighting folder. 3. On the Change View "Weighting”: Overview screen, choose New Entries and make the following entries: Wgt. Key 01 01 01 01 02 02 02 02 02 4. Choose Save. 5. Coose Back. Cr 01 02 03 05 01 02 03 04 05 Weighting 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 Service Criterion Description Price Quality Delivery Service Price Quality Delivery

4.2.22.7 Maintaining Purchasing Organization Data - Points Scores for the Automatic Criteria Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Material Management → Purchasing → Vendor Evaluation → Maintain Purchasing Organization Data

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2. On the Change View "Purchasing organization”: Overview screen, select Purchasing Org. 1000, and doubleclick “Points Scores for the Automatic Criteria” folder. 3. On the Change View "Points Scores for the Automatic Criteria: Overview “screen, choose New Entries and make the following entries: Scoring Method 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 5.0 15.0 1.0 2.0 10.0 20.0 30.0 40.0 50.0 99.9 -5.0 -10.0 -20.0 -30.0 -40.0 -50.0 -60.0 -99.9 2.0 10.0 15.0 20.0 30.0 99.9 -1.0 -2.0 -5.0 -10.0 -15.0 -20.0 -99.9 Percentage 95 80 60 40 10 1 95 90 80 65 40 10 1 100 90 95 80 60 40 20 5 1 95 65 75 60 40 20 5 1 40 20 10 Sco. 100 Description / Text Qty. reliability Qty. reliability Qty. Reliability Qty. Reliability Qty. Reliability Qty. Reliability Qty. Reliability Qty. Reliability Qty. Reliability Qty. Reliability Qty. Reliability Qty. Reliability Qty. Reliability Qty. Reliability On-time del. On-time del. On-time del. On-time del. On-time del. On-time del. On-time del. On-time del. On-time del. On-time del. On-time del. On-time del. On-time del. On-time del. On-time del. On-time del. On-time del. Price level Price level Price level

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Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Percentage 99.9 -5.0 -10.0 -20.0 -99.9 1 50 90 95 100 40 20 1 50 100 90 75 40 25 10 1 90 70 40 10 1 Sco. Description / Text Price level Price level Price level Price level Price level Price behavior Price behavior Price behavior Price behavior Price behavior Adherence to confirmation date Adherence to confirmation date Adherence to confirmation date Adherence to confirmation date Adherence to confirmation date Adherence to confirmation date Adherence to confirmation date Adherence to confirmation date Adherence to confirmation date Adherence to confirmation date Adherence to confirmation date

4.3 Foreign Trade
Access the customizing activities as outlined in the BC Set output documentation below and change the settings according to the respective table values listed.

4.3.1 Use

Defining Business Transaction Types and Default Value

This activity will define business transaction types and assign default values to sales item categories.

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Materials Management → Purchasing → Foreign Trade/Customs

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2. Double-click Define Business Types. 3. Choose New Entries. 4. Make the following entries: Country Key IN Business Transaction Type 11 Description Long Text (must be split onto three rows)

Final Purchase/Sale

Business transactions with transfer of ownership (actual or intended) and with compensation (financial or otherwise)

5.

Choose Save.

6. Choose Back twice. 7. Double-click Define Default Business Transaction Type (MM). 8. Choose New Entries. 9. Make the following entries: Purch. Doc. Category F 10. Choose Save. Purchasing Doc. Type NB Country Key IN Bus.transaction type 11

4.3.2 Use

Defining Customs Offices

This activity will define customs offices.

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu 2. Choose New Entries. 3. Make the following entries: Country Key IN IN IN Customs office 100000 100001 100003 Description Bangalore Nhavashewa Port Goa Air Port OVE2 Materials Management → Purchasing → Foreign Trade/Customs → Transportation Data → Define Customs Offices

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4.3.3 Use

Default Modes of Transport and Values for Foreign Trade Header Data

The purpose of this activity is to define the modes of transport and default values for foreign trade in the purchasing document header.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Materials Management → Purchasing → Foreign Trade/Customs → Transportation Data → Default Values For Foreign Trade Header Data User action and values 1 IN Receipt / Import India Austria PT US ModeOfTrnsprt-Border DomestModeOfTransp. 3. Save your adaptations. Portugal USA Road Road

2.

Define an entry for each country, for which you want to get default values: Field name Recpt/Disp Departure country of Destination country

for example, AT

for example, 2 for example, 2

Result
The default values for foreign trade for the purchasing document header are defined.

4.4 Inventory Management and Physical Inventory
Access the customizing activities as outlined in the BC Set output documentation below and change the settings according to the respective table values listed.

4.4.1

Group Together Valuation Areas

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Materials Management → Valuation and Account Assignment → Account Determination → Account Determination Without Wizard →Group Together Valuation Areas

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2. On the Change View “Acct Determination for Val. Areas”: Overview screen, make the following entries: Val. Area 1000 1100 3. Choose Save. 4. Choose Back. CoCode 1000 1000 Chrt/Accts YAIN YAIN Val.Grpg Code 0001 0001

4.4.2

Defining Screen Layout

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 5. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Materials Management → Inventory Management and Physical Inventory → Automatic Movements → Define Screen Layout

6. On the Change View “Field Selection”: Overview screen, choose Position. 7. On the Another Entry dialog box, enter 643 in the Movement Type input field. 8. Choose Continue (Enter). 9. Mark the selected line of movement type 643 in the Change View “Field Selection”: Overview screen as shown below. 10. Choose Details (Ctrl+Shift+F2). 11. On the Maintain Field Status Group: Overview screen, double-click General data in the Select Group box. 12. On the Maintain Field Status Group: General data screen, make the following entries: Field name Assignment number Line item text Invoice reference Exchange hedging (FI only) (FI only) X X X X X (FI only) Supress X X Required Entry Optional Entry

Collective invoice (FI only) Final issue indicator Goods recipient 13. Choose Back (F3).

14. On the Maintain Field Status Group: Overview screen, Double-click Additional account assignments in the Select Group box. 15. On the Maintain Field Status Group: Additional account assignments screen, make the following entries: Field name Calculation period (FI only) Material number (FI only) Supress X X Required Entry Optional Entry

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SAP Best Practices Field name Cost center CO/PP order Project Sales order Personnel number Network Commitment item Plant Business area Trad.partn.bus.area (FI only) Quantity Profit Center Profitability segment Cost object Joint venture acct assgnmt(FI) Joint venture partner Joint venture recovery indctr Fund Funds center Partner company code Trad.part.prof.center(FI only) Joint venture calculation type Funds reservation Funds reservation item Functional Area Activity type Business process Grant 16. Choose Back (F3). (FI) (FI) (FI only) (FI only) (FI only)

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Supress Required Entry Optional Entry 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

17. On the Maintain Field Status Group: Overview screen, Double-click Materials Management in the Select Group box. 18. On the Maintain Field Status Group: Materials management screen, make the following entries: Field name Vendor Customer Purchase order Supress X X X Required Entry Optional Entry

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Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Supress X X X X X X X X Required Entry Optional Entry

Sales value in local currency Accounting indicator Tax code Alternate base amount 19. Choose Back (F3).

20. On the Maintain Field Status Group: Overview screen, double-click Transfer Postings in the Select Group box. 21. On the Maintain Field Status Group: Transfer postings screen, make the following entries: Field name Receiving material Receiving plant Receiving storage location Sales order Project Receiving batch 22. Save your settings. 23. Choose Back (F3) twice. X X X X Supress X X Required Entry Optional Entry

4.4.3 Use

Maintaining Access Sequence for Subcontracting Challan

The purpose of this activity is to make access sequence for subcontracting challan. Printing of subcontracting challan is statutory requirement in India. For printing output type, access sequence is required.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Materials Management → Inventory Management and Physical Inventory → Output Determination → Maintain Access Sequence

While executing this transaction you will get an information message saying: The table is cross-client

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This indicate you require cross-client settings authorizations, please check with your Basis Administrator. 2. On the Change View “Access sequence”: Overview screen, 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 Comment

3. Select ZJ1I access sequence line and double-click Accesses from dialog structure menu path, system will take you to new screen; choose New Entries for further entries. No Tab Description Access sequence number Table name Description of table 10 035 Plant Choose Enter

4. Choose Enter to complete the inputs. 5. Choose Save.

4.4.4

Defining Access Sequences - Accesses for Subcontracting Challan

This step has been performed in the previous step. There is no need for more adjustments at this point.

4.4.5

Defining Access Sequences - Fields for Subcontracting Challan

This step has been performed in the previous step. There is no need for more adjustments at this point.

4.4.6

Maintaining Output Types - Mail title and texts

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Materials Management → Inventory Management and Physical Inventory → Output Determination → Maintain Output Types

2. On the Display View ‘ Output Types’: Overview screen, select output type J1IF line, and double click the left folder Mail title and texts. Choose Display <-> Change. 3. Choose New Entries. Make the following entry: Language EN Document title Subcontracting Challan India

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4.4.7

Defining Message Types for Purchase Order

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Materials Management → Inventory Management and Physical Inventory → Output Determination → Maintain Output Types

2. On the Display View ‘ Output Types’: Overview screen, Choose Display <-> Change. double-click output type J1IF. 3. Choose Default values tab, enter the following datas: Dispatch time Send immediately (when saving the application) Transmission Medium Print output

4. select the line and double click the left folder Partner functions, maintain the following entry: Medium Print output 5. Choose Save. 6. Choose Back. Funct VN Name Vendor

4.4.8

Maintaining Output Types - Output Types

This step has been performed in the previous step. There is no need for more adjustments at this point.

4.4.9

Maintaining Output Types - Processing routines

This step has been performed in the previous step. There is no need for more adjustments at this point.

4.4.10

Maintaining Output Types - Partner functions

This step has been performed in the previous step. There is no need for more adjustments at this point.

4.4.11 Use

Maintaining Output Determination Procedure

Printing of subcontracting challan is statutory requirement in India. For printing output type it has to be included in output determination procedure.

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Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Materials Management → Inventory Management and Physical Inventory → Output Determination → Maintain Output Determination Procedure

There is already a procedure is defined, you are going to incorporate one more condition in the same procedure. Do not change other settings in this procedure. 2. System will give a new popup screen Conditions: Procedure select this line by doubleclicking on this line. 3. New popup screen ME0001 Inventory Management will come select this line item and choose Ctrl Data. 4. On the Change View “Ctrl data”: Overview screen, you will find there are already some condition types. Choose New Entries to incorporate new condition type created in above processes. Field name Step Cntr CType Description Step Counter Condition type User action and values 220 10 J1IF Comment

5. Choose Enter to complete the inputs. 6. Choose Save.

Result
Data was saved.

4.4.12 Use

Printer Determination by Plant/Storage Location

The purpose of this activity is to assign printers to storage locations. The result will be that goods movement slip will be automatically printed at the printers of the corresponding storage location.

Procedure
Carry out the following steps:

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7. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OMJ3 Materials Management → Inventory Management and Physical Inventory → Output Determination → Printer Determination → Printer Determination by Plant/Storage Location

8. On the Change View “Print Parameters”: Overview screen, choose New Entries. 9. On the New Entries: Details of Added Entries screen, enter: Condition Type J1IF 10. Save your settings. 11. Repeat steps 2-4 with the following entries: Condition Type J1IF J1IF J1IF J1IF J1IF J1IF 12. Save your settings. 13. Choose Back (F3). Plant Plant_1 (1000) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_1 (1000) Plant_2 (1100) Plant_2 (1100) Stor. Location Shop floor (1020) Shipping - (Lean WM) (1030) Stores - (Lean WM) (1050) Returns (1060) Stores - (Lean WM) (1150) Returns (1160) Output Device LP01 LP01 LP01 LP01 LP01 LP01 Plant Stor. Location Output Device LP01

4.4.13 Printer Determination by Plant/Storage Location/User Group Use
The purpose of this activity is to assign printers to storage locations and user groups. The result will be that a goods movement slip will be printed automatically at the printers of the corresponding storage location and user group.

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OMJ4 Materials Management → Inventory Management and Physical Inventory → Output Determination → Printer Determination → Printer Determination by Plant/Stor.Loc./User group

2. On the Change View “Printer Determination per Plant/SLOc/User Group”: Overview screen, choose New Entries. 3. On the New Entries: Details of Added Entries screen, make the following entries: Condition Type J1IF 4. Save your settings. Plant Stor. Location User Group GROUP1 Output Device LP01

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Copying and Changing Movement Types

4.4.14.1 Copying and Changing Movement Types Movement Type Use
The purpose of this activity is to copy standard movement types to customer specific movement types 9xx and adjust these 9xx movement types.

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OMJJ Materials Management → Inventory Management and Physical Inventory → Movement Types → Copy, Change Movement Types

2. In the Field Selection dialog box select Movement Type and choose Enter. 3. On the Determine Work Area: Entry screen, enter: Movement Type From 551 Movement Type To 999

4. On the Change View "Movement Type": Overview, select movement type 551 and choose Copy As... (F6). 5. Choose Enter. 6. On the Change View "Movement Type": Details of Selected Set screen, make the following entries for the current used movement type: Account Control 951 952 961 961 901 902 7. Choose Enter. 8. In the Specify object to be copied dialog box, choose Copy all. 9. Confirm the Information dialog box. 10. Choose Save. 11. Repeat step 1. - 11. with the following movement types: Movement Type From 552 561 562 601 Movement Type To 952 961 962 901 Account Control Control Reason + + -

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4.4.14.2 Copying and Changing Movement Types - Short Texts
This step has been performed by copying the movement type in the first step. There is no need for more adjustments at this point.

4.4.14.3 Copying and Changing Movement Types - Allowed Transactions
This step has been performed by copying the movement type in the first step. There is no need for more adjustments at this point.

4.4.14.4 Copying and Changing Movement Types - Help Texts
This step has been performed by copying the movement type in the first step. There is no need for more adjustments at this point.

4.4.14.5 Copying and Changing Movement Types - Field Selection (from 201)/Batch
This step has been performed by copying the movement type in the first step. There is no need for more adjustments at this point.

4.4.14.6 Copying and Changing Movement Types - Field Selection (Enjoy) Use
The purpose of this activity is to maintain field selection for movement type 951 and 952.

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OMJJ Materials Management → Inventory Management and Physical Inventory → Movement Types → Copy, Change Movement Types

2. In the Field Selection dialog box select Movement Type and choose Enter. 3. On the Determine Work Area: Entry screen, make the following entries: Movement Type From 951 Movement Type To 952

4. On the Change View "Movement Type": Overview screen, select movement types 951 and 952 and choose Field Selection (Enjoy). 5. On the Change View "Field Selection (Enjoy)": Overview screen, choose optional entry for all entries: Movement Type 951 Field name All entries Required Entry deselect Optional Entry select

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6. On the Change View "Field Selection (Enjoy)": Overview screen, choose New Entries. 7. On the New Entries: Overview of Added Entries screen make the following entries: Movement Type 951 952 961 961 961 962 962 962 8. Choose Save. Field name PAOBJNR PAOBJNR AUFNR SGTXT WEMPF AUFNR SGTXT WEMPF Required Entry Select Select Select Deselect Deselect Select Deselect Deselect Optional Entry Deselect Deselect Deselect Select Select Deselect Select Select

4.4.14.7 Copying and Changing Movement Types - Update Control / WM Movement Types
This step has been performed by copying the movement type in the first step. There is no need for more adjustments at this point.

4.4.14.8 Copying and Changing Movement Types - Account Grouping
This step has been performed by copying the movement type in the first step. There is no need for more adjustments at this point.

4.4.14.9 Copying and Changing Movement Types - Reason for Movement
This step has been performed by copying the movement type in the first step. There is no need for more adjustments at this point.

4.4.14.10 Copying and Changing Movement Types – Reversal / Follow-on Movement Types
This step has been performed by copying the movement type in the first step. There is no need for more adjustments at this point.

4.4.14.11 Copying and Changing Movement Types Deactivate QM Inspection / Deliver
This step has been performed by copying the movement type in the first step. There is no need for more adjustments at this point.

4.4.14.12 Copying and Changing Movement Types - LIS Statistics Group
This step has been performed by copying the movement type in the first step. There is no need for more adjustments at this point.

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4.5 Valuation and Account Assignment
4.5.1 Use
The valuation class is a group of materials with the same account determination. If a transaction is to be posted to different accounts depending on the valuation class.

Defining Valuation Classes

Procedure
1. 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. On the Account Category Reference/Valuation Classes screen, System will display three push buttons.Select the first one Account category reference: where in all the SAP Standard settings are used. 3. The following values already maintained in Standard SAP R/3 and the same is used. 4. New Account category refence is created for some New Valuation classes, maintain the values as mentioned below Field name Acct cat. Reference Description Description Account category reference Description of Account category reference Account category reference Description of Account category reference Account category reference Description of Account category reference User action and values 2800 Reference for waste Comment

Acct cat. Reference Description

5100 Ref. for PRTs

Acct cat. Reference Description

7700 Reference for non-stock mat

5. To go to next step choose Green Arrow or F3. 6. System will again display three push buttons select the second one Valuation Class where in all the SAP Standard settings are used. 7. In this setting a relation is established between Valuation Classes and Account Category References. 8. The following entries are already available in Standard SAP system and the same is being used here. Valuation Class Description of Valuation Class Account category reference Description

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SAP Best Practices 0710 0720 1210 3000 3001 3002 3003 3030 3031 3040 3050 3100 3200 3300 7900 7920 Equipment 1 Equipment 2

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide 0001 0001 0002 0001 0001 0001 0001 0002 0002 0003 0004 0005 0006 0007 0008 0009 Reference for raw materials Reference for raw materials Ref. for operating supplies Reference for raw materials Reference for raw materials Reference for raw materials Reference for raw materials Ref. for operating supplies Ref. for operating supplies Reference for spare parts Reference for packaging Reference for trading goods Reference for services Ref. for non valuated material Ref. for semi finished products Ref. for finished products

Spec. 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 Semi finished products Finished products

9. Apart from existing valuation class, some new valuation class are defined SAP Best Pracetices in ECC6 and assigned respective account category reference, only newly created valuation class has account assignment. To maintain the following entries , choose New Entries and enter the values as per the table below ValCl 1111 2011 2811 2911 3011 3105 3110 4011 4021 4031 4041 4051 4061 4071 4081 4091 5011 5111 ARef 0005 0009 2800 0006 0008 0005 0005 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0001 0004 5100 Description Trading goods class 1111 Finished products 2011 Waste class 2811 Services class 2911 Semi finished prod. 3011 Third Party Drop Ship Trading goods Project Raw materials class 4011 Raw materials class 4021 Raw materials class 4031 Raw materials class 4041 Raw materials class 4051 Raw materials class 4061 Raw materials class 4071 Raw materials class 4081 Prod packaging class 4091 Packaging & empties 5011 Instruments & tools 5111

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SAP Best Practices ValCl 6011 7011 7021 7031 7041 7051 7061 7071 7081 7091 7099 YSP1 ARef 0003 0002 0002 0002 0002 0002 0002 0002 0002 0002 0002 0005

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Description Spare parts class 6011 Consumables class 7011 Consumables class 7021 Consumables class 7031 Consumables class 7041 Consumables class 7051 Consumables class 7061 Consumables class 7071 Consumables class 7081 Consumables class 7091 Fuel SP: Third Party Product

10. Apart from this, some valuation classes are created which can be used for Non-Stock Materials, Capitalized materials or Materials without Material master. This valuation classes are linked to material group so that system will automatically determine the accounts and it avoids the entering the G/L Account while creating the purchase order. Please Comment that unless you link material group to valuation classes in Entry Aids for Items without a Material Master in Customization, automatic account determination will not happev. If you want have this feature, you can create this valuation classes as previous. ValCl 7701 7702 7703 7704 7721 7722 7723 7910 7911 7916 7917 7918 7919 7921 7922 7923 7935 ARef 7700 7700 7700 7700 7700 7700 7700 Description Stf wel exp-N/FBT Stf wel exp-FBT Worker wel exp-N/FBT Workmen wel exp-FBT Books & periodicals Printing & stationery Vehicle expenses Freehold land Leaseholds Resi bldg Ofc & gdwn bldg Factory bldg Plant & machinery Elcl installation Factory equip Laboratory equip Aircraft & equip Comment Staff welfare Expenses- Non-FBT Staff welfare Expenses- FBT Worker wel exp-N/FBT Workmen wel exp-FBT Purchase of Books & Periodicals Purchase of printing Vehicle expenses For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising

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Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Railway sidings Ships Furn & fix Elcl fittings Office equip Computers & acc. Cap software Web site Vehicles Dvlpmnt of property Goodwill Patent, tm & des Inward freight & del chg Electricity chg Office rent exp Warehse rent Hiring chg Lease rental Ins chg for bldg Ins chg for p&m Ins chg for veh Ins chg for stocks Ins chg outward del Rep to bldg Rep to machinery Rep to veh-FBT Rep to computers Rep-Others Office maint exp GH exp-FBT Resi quarters maint Outward del freight Outward del exp Adv exp-Rcrtmnt Adv exp-Statutory Adv exp-Sales Sales conference exp For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising

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Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Sales prom exp-N/FBT Sales prom exp-FBT I.T. exp Trng exp GH exp trng-N/FBT Sem & conf exp-N/FBT Sem & conf exp-FBT Subs & memb Legal exp Trvl exp-Dom-Dir-Bmt Trvl exp-Dom-Dir-FBT Trvl exp-Dom-Stf-FBT Trvl exp-Dom-N/emp Trvl exp-Frgn-DirFBT Trvl exp-Frgn-StfFBT Trvl exp-Frgn-Nonemp Conv exp-FBT Postage exp Courier chg Tel exp-N/FBT Tel exp-FBT Audit fees Tax audit fees Auditors remunern Reimb of auditor exp Cost audit fees Cons/Prof fees 1 Cons/Prof fees 2 Cons/Prof fees 3 Cons/Prof fees 4 Cons/Prof fees 5 Cons/Prof fees 6 Cons/Prof fees 7 Cons/Prof fees 8 Cons/Prof fees 9 Contract labour chg Security service chg For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising For captialising

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Choose Save and proceed further 11. To go to next step choose Green Arrow or F3. 12. System will again display three push buttons select the third one Material Type/account category reference wherein all the SAP Standard settings are used. 13. In this setting a relation is established between Material types and Account Category References. 14. The following entries are to be made apart from Standard SAP system entries MTyp ABF CH00 CONT COUP DIEN EPA ERSA FERT FGTR FHMI FOOD FRIP HALB HAWA HERS HIBE IBAU INTR KMAT LEER LEIH LGUT MODE MPO NLAG NOF1 PIPE PLAN Material type description Waste CH Contract Handling Kanban Container Coupons Service Equipment Package Spare Parts Finished Product Beverages Production Resource/Tool Foods (excl. perishables) Perishables Semifinished Product Trading Goods Manufacturer Part Operating supplies Maintenance assemblies Intra materials Configurable materials Empties Returnable packaging Empties (retail) Apparel (seasonal) Material Planning Object Non-stock materials Nonfoods Pipeline materials Trading goods (planned) 0001 0008 0004 0004 0004 0005 0007 7700 0005 0001 0005 Reference for raw materials Ref. for semifinished products Reference for packaging Reference for packaging Reference for packaging Reference for trading goods Ref. for nonvaluated material Reference for non-stock mat Reference for trading goods Reference for raw materials Reference for trading goods 0002 Ref. for operating supplies 0005 0006 0004 0003 0009 0005 5100 0005 0005 0008 0005 Reference for trading goods Reference for services Reference for packaging Reference for spare parts Ref. for finished products Reference for trading goods Ref. for PRTs Reference for trading goods Reference for trading goods Ref. for semifinished products Reference for trading goods ARef 2800 0006 Description Reference for waste Reference for services

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Materials Management (104): 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 finished products Ref. for semifinished products Reference for raw materials Ref. for nonvaluated material Reference for packaging Reference for trading goods Reference for trading goods Reference for trading goods Reference for trading goods

15. No user action is required.

4.6 Logistics Invoice Verification
Access the customizing activities as outlined in the BC Set output documentation below and adjust the settings according to the respective table values listed.

4.6.1 Use

Maintaining Default Values for Tax Codes

In this step, you define for each company code which tax codes the SAP System suggests when you enter incoming invoices.

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OMR2 Materials Management → Logistics Invoice Verification → Incoming Invoice → Maintain Default Values for Tax Codes

2. On the Change View “Tax Defaults in Invoice Verification”: Overview screen, choose New Entries. 3. Enter the following data. CoCd 1000 SAP Best Practices Defaults, domestic - Tax Code V1 Default value unplanned delivery costs V1

4. Choose Save.

4.6.2

Setting Tolerance Limit

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code OMR6

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2. On the Change View “Tolerance Limits”: Overview screen, choose New Entries. 3. On the New Entries: Details of Added Entries screen, enter the following values for company code 1000. Field name Tolerance key Company Code Do not check 4. Save your settings. 5. Repeat steps 2. to 3. for all combinations of company codes and tolerance keys displayed by the following shortcuts: Company Code 1000 Field name Tolerance key Comapany Code Absolute value: Do not check User action and values AP 1000 X User action and values AN 1000 X

Field name Tolerance key Comapany Code Absolute value: Do not check Absolute value: Check limit Value

User action and values BD 1000

X

Field name Tolerance key Company Code Lower Limit Percentage Check Limit Tolerance Limit % Upper Limit Percentage Check Limit Value

User action and values BR 1000 X 20.00 X 10.00

Field name Tolerance key

User action and values BW

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Field name Tolerance key Company Code Lower Limit: Absolute- do not check Value Lower limit : Percentage- Do not Check Tolerance limit % Upper Limit: Absolute- check limit Value Upper Limit : Percentage- Do not Check Tolerance limit % Field name Tolerance key Company Code Upper limit: Absolute Do not check Check limit Value

User action and values DQ 1000 X 0.33 X 5.00 X

X 5.00 User action and values DW 1000

X 2.00

Field name Tolerance key Comapany Code Lower limit: Check limit Value Lower limit : Percentage- Do not Check Tolerance limit % Upper Limit: Absolute-Check Limit Value Upper Limit: Percentage-Do not Check Limit Tolerance Limit % Field name Tolerance key Company Code

User action and values KW 1000 X

X 5.00 X

X 5.00 User action and values PP 1000

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Lower limit: Absolute Do not check Value Lower limit : Percentage- Check Tolerance limit % Upper Limit: Absolute-Do not Check Limit Value Upper Limit: Percentage-Check Limit Tolerance Limit % Field name Tolerance key Company Code Lower limit : Absolute Do not check Value Lower limit : Percentage- Do not check Tolerance limit % Upper Limit: Absolute- Do not check Limit Value Upper Limit: Percentage-Check Limit Tolerance Limit % Field name Tolerance key Company Code Upper Limit: Absolute- check limit Value Field name Tolerance key Company Code Lower limit : Percentage- Do not Check Tolerance limit % Upper Limit: Percentage-Do not Check Tolerance Limit %

X

X

X 10.00 User action and values ST 1000 X 25.00 User action and values VP 1000 X

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4.6.3

Editing PO Supplement Text in Invoice Verification

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Materials Management → Logistics Invoice Verification → Incoming Invoice → Edit PO Supplement Text in Invoice Verification

2. On the PO Text Types screen, choose Order text general. 3. On the Change View “PO Supplement”: Overview screen, choose New Entries. 4. On the New Entries: Overview of Added Entries screen, make the following entries: Company Code 1000 5. Save your settings. PO Text X

4.6.4

PO Supplement Text: Parameters, Invoice Verification

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Materials Management → Logistics Invoice Verification → Incoming Invoice → Edit PO Supplement Text in Invoice Verification

2. On the PO Text Types screen, choose Order text general. 3. On the Change View “PO Supplement”: Overview screen, choose New Entries. 4. On the PO Text Types screen, choose Notifiable order text types. 5. Choose New Entries and make the following entries: Company Code 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 6. Save your entries. ID F03 F05 F06 F07 F11

4.6.5

Configuring Vendor-Specific Tolerances

Procedure
Carry out the following steps:

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1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Materials Management → Logistics Invoice Verification → Incoming Invoice → Configure Vendor specific Tolerances

2. On the Change View “Vendor Specific Tolerances”: Overview screen, choose New Entries. 3. On the New Entries: Details of Added Entries screen, make the following entries for company code 1000: Field name Company Code Tolerance Group Absolute lower limit: Check limit Negative Lower limit Acceptance Percentage lower limit: Check limit Percentage Lower Acceptance limit Negative small difference: Check limit Small difference Positive small difference: Check limit Small difference Absolute upper limit: Check limit Positive Acceptance Upper limit Percentage upper limit: check limit Percentage upper acceptance limit Automatic invoice reduction. Absolute Upper limit: Check limit Invoice reduction tolerance amount Percentage upper limit: Check limit Percentage Invoice reduction Tolerance 4. Save your settings. 4.00% X -10.00 X 5.00 X 50.00 X 2.00% X 40.00 X 5.00% User action and values 1000 0001 X -200.00 X

4.6.6

Activating Direct Posting to G/L Accounts and Material Accounts

Procedure
Carry out the following steps:

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1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Materials Management → Logistics Invoice Verification → Incoming Invoice → Activate Direct Posting to G/L Accounts and Material Accounts

2. On the Change View “Customizing: Direct Posting in Log. Invoice Verification” screen, make the following entries: Field name Direct Posting to GL accounts is active Direct Posting to material account is active 3. Save your settings. 4. Choose Back (F3). User action and values X X

4.6.7

Setting Check for Duplicate Invoices

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Materials Management → Logistics Invoice Verification → Incoming Invoice → Set Check for Duplicate Invoices

2. On the Change View “Duplicate Invoice Check”: Overview screen, choose New entries and maintain the following values: Company Code 1000 3. Choose Save. Check Co. Code X Check reference X Check Inv. Date X

4.6.8

Maintaining Number Assignments for Accounting Documents

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu OMR4 Materials Management → Logistic Invoice Verification → Incoming Invoice → Number Assignment → Maintain Number Assignment for Accounting Documents

2. On the Doc.Types/Number Range: Invoice receipt screen choose Document Types in Invoice Verification. 3. On the Change view “Document Types Invoice Verification/Valuation”: Overview screen, select the line with the Transaction code shown below and choose Details.

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4. On the Change View “Document Types Invoice Verification/Valuation”: Details screen, enter the following data: Transaction MIRO 5. Go Back. 6. On the Change view “Document Types Invoice Verification/Valuation”: Overview screen, select the line with the Transaction code shown below and choose Details. Transaction MRKO 7. On the Change View “Document Types Invoice Verification/Valuation”: Details screen, enter the following data: Transaction MRKO 8. Go Back. 9. On the Change view “Document Types Invoice Verification/Valuation”: Overview screen, select the line with the Transaction code shown below and choose Details. Transaction MR8M 10. On the Change View “Document Types Invoice Verification/Valuation”: Details screen, enter the following data: Transaction MR8M 11. Go Back. 12. Choose Save. Document Type Doc. type reval. Doc. type add. doc. DocType invoice reduction RK Document Type Y1 Doc. type reval. Doc. type add. doc. DocType invoice reduction Document Type RE Doc. type reval. Doc. type add. doc. DocType invoice reduction RK

5 Configuration of Sales and Distribution
5.1 Basic Functions
5.1.1 Setting Up Partner Determination. - Account Groups Function Assignment

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: IMG menu Sales and Distribution → Basic Functions → Partner Determination

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2. In the Choose Activity dialog box, double-click Set Up Partner Determination for Customer Master. 3. On the Change View “Partner Determinations Procedure": Overview screen, double-click Account Groups - Function Assignment. 4. On the Change View “Account Groups - Function Assignment”: Overview screen, choose New Entries. 5. On the New Entries: Overview of Added Entries screen, make the following entries: Field name Partner Function Account Group 6. Choose Save. User action and values SH YBVC

6 Configuration of Logistics Execution
6.1 Shipping
6.1.1 Use
In this activity, you set up partner determination for deliveries.

Setting Up Partner Determination for Deliveries

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Logistics Execution → Shipping → Basic Shipping Functions → Partners → Set Up Partner Determination for Deliveries

2. Double-click Partner Determination Procedure Assignment. 3. Choose New Entries. 4. Make the following entries: DlvTy RL Description Returns (Pur.Ord.) ParPr LF

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7 Master Data
7.1 Purchasing Output Conditions
7.1.1 Output Condition Records: Purchasing RFQ
The purpose of this activity is to create an output condition record for a purchasing RFQ.

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP ECC menu Transaction code Logistics  Materials Management  Purchasing  Master Data  Messages  Request for Quotation  Create MN01

2. On the Create Output-Condition records: Purchasing RFQ screen, enter output type NEU and choose Enter. 3. In the Key Combination dialog box, select Purchasing Output determination: Document Type and choose Enter. 4. On the Create Condition records (RFQ): Fast Entry screen, enter the following values and choose Enter: Doc. Type AN AB 5. Mark all lines. 6. Choose Communication. 7. On the Create Condition records (RFQ): Communication screen, make the following entries: Field name Output Device Number of messages Print immediately Description Values LP01 1 Select flag if the printout should be printed immediately and not put into spool only Comment Insert your own printer Function VN VN Partner Medium 1 1 Date/Time 4 4

8. Go to next entry with button Next Output (shift F7). Enter entries from step before. 9. Save your entries. 10. Repeat steps 2-9 with output types ABSA and MAHN.

Result
The condition records are created. For output type NEU the system automatically generates an output message.

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7.1.2

Output Condition Records: Purchase Order

The purpose of this activity is to create an output condition record for a purchase order.

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP ECC menu Transaction code Logistics  Materials Management  Purchasing  Master Data  Messages  Purchase Order  Create MN04

2. On the Create Output-Condition records: Purchase Order screen, enter output type NEU and choose Enter. 3. In the Key Combination dialog box, select Purchasing Output Determination: Document Type and choose Enter. 4. On the Create Condition records (Purchase Order): Fast Entry screen, enter the following values and choose Enter: Field name Doc. Type Funct Medium Partner function Message transmission medium Dispatch time Description Values NB VN 1 Comment

Date/Time Next Item Line Doc. Type Funct Medium

4

FO Partner function Message transmission medium Dispatch time VN 1

Date/Time Next Item Line Doc. Type Funct Medium

4

DB Partner function Message transmission medium Dispatch time VN 1

Date/Time

4

5. Choose Communication. 6. On the Create Condition records (RFQ): Communication screen, make the following entries:

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Result
The condition records are created. For output type NEU the system automatically generates an output message.

7.1.3

Output Condition Records: Purchasing Outline Agreement

The purpose of this activity is to create an output condition record for an outline agreement.

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP ECC menu Transaction code Logistics  Materials Management  Purchasing  Master Data  Messages  Outline Agreement  Create MN07

2. On the Create Output-Condition records: Purch.Outline Agr. screen, enter output type NEU and choose Enter. 3. In the Key Combination dialog box, select Purchasing Output determination: Document Type and choose Enter. 4. On the Create Condition records (Outline agreement): Fast Entry screen, enter the following values and choose Enter: Doc. Type MK WK LP LPA LU Function VN VN VN VN VN Partner Medium 1 1 1 1 1 Date/Time 4 4 4 4 4

5. Choose Communication. 6. On the Create Condition records (RFQ): Communication screen, for each document type make the following entries: Field name Output Device Number of messages Print immediately Description Values LP01 1 Select flag if the printout should be printed immediately and not put into spool only Comment Insert your own printer

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Result
The condition records are created. For output type NEU the system automatically generates an output message.

7.1.4 Use

Output Condition Records: Schedule Agreement

The purpose of this activity is to create an output condition record for a schedule agreement.

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP ECC menu Logistics  Materials Management  Purchasing  Master Data  Messages  Scheduling Agreement Delivery Schedule  Create MN10

Transaction code

2. On the Create Output-Condition records: Purch.SchAgrRelease. screen, enter output type LPET and choose Enter. 3. In the Key Combination dialog box, select Purchasing Output determination: Document Type and choose Enter. 4. On the Create Condition records (…): Fast Entry screen, enter the following values and choose Enter: Doc. Type LP LPA LU 5. Select all lines. 6. Choose Communication. 7. On the Create Condition records (…): Communication screen, make the following entries for each output: Field name Output Device Number of messages Print immediately Description Values LP01 1 Select flag if the printout should be printed immediately and not put into spool only Comment Insert your own printer Function VN VN VN Partner Medium 1 1 1 Date/Time 4 4 4

8. Go to the next entry with button Next Output (shift F7). Enter entries from step before. 9. Save your entries.

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10. Repeat steps 1-9 with the following entries: Message Type LPH2 LPJ2 LPMA

Result
The condition records are created. For output type LPET, LPH2, LPJ2, LPMA, the system automatically generates an output message.

7.1.5 Use

Output Condition Records: Service Entry Sheet

The purpose of this activity is to create an output condition record for a service entry sheet.

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP ECC menu Transaction code Logistics  Materials Management  Service Entry Sheet  Environment  Messages  Create MN13

2. On the Create Output-Condition records: Purch.Outline Agr. screen, enter output type NEU and choose Enter. 3. In the Key Combination dialog box, select Purchasing Output determination: Document Type and choose Enter. 4. On the Create Condition records (Entry of Srvc Prfrmd): Fast Entry screen, enter the following values and choose Enter: Doc. Type NB FO 5. Mark all lines. 6. Choose Communication. 7. On the Create Condition records (Entry of Srvc Prfrmd): Communication screen, make the following entries: Field name Output Device Number of messages Print immediately Description Values LP01 1 Select flag if the printout should be printed immediately and not put into spool only Comment Insert your own printer Function VN VN Partner Medium 1 1 Date/Time 4 4

8. Go to the next entry with button Next Output (shift F7). Enter entries from step before. 9. Save your entries.

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Result
The condition records are created. For output type NEU the system automatically generates an output message.

7.1.6

Output Condition Records: Inventory Management

The purpose of this activity is to create an output condition record for Inventory Management.

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using the following navigation option: Transaction code IMG menu MN21 Materials Management  Inventory Management and Physical Inventory  Output Determination  Maintain Conditions

2. On the Create Output-Condition records: Inventory Managemen. screen, enter output type WA01 and choose Enter. 3. On the Create Condition records (GI Comment Vers.1): Fast Entry screen, enter the following values and choose Enter: Field name Trans./Event Type Print Version Print Item Medium Message transmission medium Dispatch time Description Values WA 1 1 1 Printing of document item Comment

Date/Time Next Item Line Doc. Type Print Version Print Item Medium

4

WA 1 6 Message transmission medium Dispatch time 1 Printing of document item

Date/Time

4

4. Choose Communication. 5. On the Create Condition records (RFQ): Communication screen, make the following entries: Field name Output Device Number of messages Description Values LP01 1 Comment

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7. Go back to the Create Output-Condition records: Inventory Management screen, enter output type WA02 and choose Enter. 8. On the Create Condition records (GI Comment Vers.2): Fast Entry screen, enter the following values and choose Enter: Field name Trans./Event Type Print Version Print Item Printing of document item Message transmission medium Dispatch time Description Values WA 2 1 Comment

Medium

1

Date/Time Next Item Line Doc. Type Print Version Print Item

4 WA 2

Printing of document item Message transmission medium Dispatch time

6

Medium

1

Date/Time

4

9. Choose Communication. 10. On the Create Condition records (RFQ): Communication screen, make the following entries: Field name Output Device Number of messages Print immediately Release after output 11. Save your entries. Description Values LP01 1 X X select select Comment

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12. Go back to the Create Output-Condition records: Inventory Management screen, enter output type WA03 and choose Enter. 13. On the Create Condition records (GI Comment Vers.3): Fast Entry screen, enter the following values and choose Enter: Field name Trans./Event Type Print Version Print Item Printing of document item Message transmission medium Dispatch time Description Values WA 3 1 Comment

Medium

1

Date/Time Next Item Line Doc. Type Print Version Print Item

4 WA 3

Printing of document item Message transmission medium Dispatch time

6

Medium

1

Date/Time

4

14. Choose Communication. 15. On the Create Condition records (RFQ): Communication screen, make the following entries: Field name Output Device Number of messages Print immediately Release after output 16. Save your entries. 17. Go back to the Create Output-Condition records: Inventory Management screen, enter output type WE01 and choose Enter. 18. On the Create Condition records (GR Comment Vers.1): Fast Entry screen, enter the following values and choose Enter: Field name Trans./Event Type Print Version Description Values WE 1 Comment Description Values LP01 1 X X select select Comment

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Message transmission medium Dispatch time

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Date/Time Next Item Line Doc. Type Print Version Print Item

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Printing of document item Message transmission medium Dispatch time

2

Medium

1

Date/Time

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19. Choose Communication. 20. On the Create Condition records (RFQ): Communication screen, make the following entries: Field name Output Device Number of messages Print immediately Release after output 21. Save your entries. 22. Go back to the Create Output-Condition records: Inventory Management screen, enter output type WE02 and choose Enter. 23. On the Create Condition records (GR Comment Vers.2): Fast Entry screen, enter the following values and choose Enter: Field name Trans./Event Type Print Version Print Item Printing of document item Message transmission medium Dispatch time Description Values WE 2 1 Comment Description Values LP01 1 X X select select Comment

Medium

1

Date/Time Next Item Line

4

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24. Choose Communication. 25. On the Create Condition records (RFQ): Communication screen, make the following entries: Field name Output Device Number of messages Print immediately Release after output 26. Save your entries. 27. Go back to the Create Output-Condition records: Inventory Management screen, enter output type WE03 and choose Enter. 28. On the Create Condition records (GR Comment Vers.3): Fast Entry screen, enter the following values and choose Enter: Field name Trans./Event Type Print Version Print Item Printing of document item Message transmission medium Dispatch time Description Values WE 3 1 Comment Description Values LP01 1 X X select select Comment

Medium

1

Date/Time Next Item Line Doc. Type Print Version Print Item

4 WE 3

Printing of document item Message transmission medium

2

Medium

1

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29. Choose Communication. 30. On the Create Condition records (RFQ): Communication screen, make the following entries: Field name Output Device Number of messages Print immediately Release after output 31. Save your entries. 32. Go back to the Create Output-Condition records: Inventory Management screen, enter output type WF01 and choose Enter. 33. On the Create Condition records (GR Prod. Ord. Vers.1): Fast Entry screen, enter the following values and choose Enter: Field name Trans./Event Type Print Version Print Item Printing of document item Message transmission medium Dispatch time Description Values WF 1 1 Comment Description Values LP01 1 X X select select Comment

Medium

1

Date/Time Next Item Line Doc. Type Print Version Print Item

4 WF 1

Printing of document item Message transmission medium Dispatch time

2

Medium

1

Date/Time

4

34. Choose Communication. 35. On the Create Condition records (RFQ): Communication screen, make the following entries: Field name Output Device Description Values LP01 Comment

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37. Go back to the Create Output-Condition records: Inventory Management screen, enter output type WF02 and choose Enter. 38. On the Create Condition records (GR Prod. Ord. Vers.2): Fast Entry screen, enter the following values and choose Enter: Field name Trans./Event Type Print Version Print Item Printing of document item Message transmission medium Dispatch time Description Values WF 2 1 Comment

Medium

1

Date/Time Next Item Line Doc. Type Print Version Print Item

4 WF 2

Printing of document item Message transmission medium Dispatch time

2

Medium

1

Date/Time

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39. Choose Communication. 40. On the Create Condition records (RFQ): Communication screen, make the following entries: Field name Output Device Number of messages Print immediately Release after output 41. Save your entries. Description Values LP01 1 X X select select Comment

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42. Go back to the Create Output-Condition records: Inventory Management screen, enter output type WLB1 and choose Enter. 43. On the Create Condition records (GI Comment RP. Vers.1): Fast Entry screen, enter the following values and choose Enter: Field name Trans./Event Type Print Version Print Item D/C indic Medium Printing of document item Debit/Credit Indicator Message transmission medium Dispatch time Description Values WA 1 3 H 1 Comment

Date/Time

4

44. Choose Communication. 45. On the Create Condition records (RFQ): Communication screen, make the following entries: Field name Output Device Number of messages Print immediately Release after output 46. Save your entries. 47. Go back to the Create Output-Condition records: Inventory Management screen, enter output type WLB2 and choose Enter. 48. On the Create Condition records (GI Comment RP. Vers.2): Fast Entry screen, enter the following values and choose Enter: Field name Trans./Event Type Print Version Print Item D/C indic Medium Printing of document item Debit/Credit Indicator Message transmission medium Dispatch time Description Values WA 2 3 H 1 Comment Description Values LP01 1 X X select select Comment

Date/Time

4

49. Choose Communication.

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50. On the Create Condition records (RFQ): Communication screen, make the following entries: Field name Output Device Number of messages Print immediately Release after output 51. Save your entries. 52. Go back to the Create Output-Condition records: Inventory Management screen, enter output type WLB3 and choose Enter. 53. On the Create Condition records (GI Comment RP. Vers.2): Fast Entry screen, enter the following values and choose Enter: Field name Trans./Event Type Print Version Print Item D/C indic Medium Printing of document item Debit/Credit Indicator Message transmission medium Dispatch time Description Values WA 3 3 H 1 Comment Description Values LP01 1 X X select select Comment

Date/Time

4

54. Choose Communication. 55. On the Create Condition records (RFQ): Communication screen, make the following entries: Field name Output Device Number of messages Print immediately Release after output 56. Save your entries. Description Values LP01 1 X X select select Comment

Result
The condition records are created. For the following output types, the output messages are generated automatically: WA01, WA02, WA03, WE01, WE02, WE03, WF01, WF02, WLB1, WLB2, WLB3.

7.1.7

Output Condition Record: Invoice Verification

The purpose of this activity is to create an output condition record for invoice verification.

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Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using the following navigation option: SAP ECC menu (Invoice) Transaction code MR00 → Environment → Messages → Condition Records → Create MRM1

2. On the Create Output-Condition records: Invoice Verification screen, enter output type EINK and choose Enter. 3. Choose Key combination and select CoCode, Blocking Reason: Price in the Key Combination dialog box. Choose Enter. 4. On the Create Condition records (Mail to Purchasing): Fast Entry screen, enter the following values and choose Enter: Field name Company Code BlockR Pr. Blocking reason: price Partner function Message transmission medium Dispatch time Description User action and values 1000 select Comment

Funct Medium

ME 7

Date/time Language 5. Save your entries.

4 EN

6. Go back to the Create Output-Condition records: Invoice Verification screen, enter output type MLPP. 7. Choose Key combination and select CoCde, Choose Enter. 8. On the Create Condition records (Mail Price Deviation): Fast Entry screen, enter the following values and choose Enter: Field name Company Code Funct Medium Partner function Message transmission medium Dispatch time Description User action and values 1000 ME 7 Comment

Date/time Language 9. Save your entries.

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10. Go back to the Create Output-Condition records: Invoice Verification screen, enter output type REKL. 11. Choose Key combination and select CoCde, Choose Enter. 12. On the Create Condition records (Complaint): Fast Entry screen, enter the following values and choose Enter: Field name Company Code Funct Medium Partner function Message transmission medium Dispatch time Description User action and values 1000 PI 1 Comment

Date/time Language

3 EN

13. Choose Communication. 14. On the Create Condition records (Complaint): Communication screen, make the following entries: Field name Output Device 15. Save your entries. 16. Go back to the Create Output-Condition records: Invoice Verification screen, enter output type KONS. 17. Choose Key combination and select CoCde, Choose Enter. 18. On the Create Condition records (Consignment): Fast Entry screen, enter the following values and choose Enter: Field name Company Code Funct Medium Partner function Message transmission medium Dispatch time Description User Action/ Values 1000 VN 1 Comment Description User action and values LP01 Comment

Date/time Language

4 EN

19. Choose Communication. 20. On the Create Condition records (Consignment): Communication screen, make the following entries: Field name Output Device 21. Save your entries. Description User action and values LP01 Comment

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22. Go back to the Create Output-Condition records: Invoice Verification screen, enter output type RAP. 23. Choose Key combination and select CoCde, Choose Enter. 24. On the Create Condition records (New Value Method): Fast Entry screen, enter the following values and choose Enter: Field name Company Code Funct Medium Partner function Message transmission medium Dispatch time Description User action and values 1000 VN 1 Comment

Date/time Language

4 EN

25. Choose Communication. 26. On the Create Condition records (New Value Method): Communication screen, make the following entries: Field name Output Device 27. Save your entries. 28. Go back to the Create Output-Condition records: Invoice Verification screen, enter output type RAP6. 29. Choose Key Combination and select CoCde, Choose Enter. 30. On the Create Condition records (New Value Method): Fast Entry screen, enter the following values and choose Enter: Field name Company Code Funct Medium Partner function Message transmission medium Dispatch time Description User action and values 1000 VN 1 Comment Description User action and values LP01 Comment

Date/time Language

4 EN

31. Choose Communication. 32. On the Create Condition records (New Valuation EDI): Communication screen, make the following entries: Field name Output Device 33. Save your entries. Description User action and values LP01 Comment

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34. Go back to the Create Output-Condition records: Invoice Verification screen, enter output type ERS. 35. Choose Key combination and select CoCde, Choose Enter. 36. On the Create Condition records (ERS Procedure): Fast Entry screen, enter the following values and choose Enter: Field name Company Code Funct Medium Partner function Message transmission medium Dispatch time Description User action and values 1000 VN 1 Comment

Date/time Language

4 EN

37. Choose Communication. 38. On the Create Condition records (ERS Procedure): Communication screen, make the following entries: Field name Output Device Print immediately 39. Save your entries. Description Values LP01 select Comment

Result
The condition records are created. For the following output types, the output messages are generated automatically: EINK, MLPP, REKL, KONS, RAP, RAP6, ERS.

7.2 Foreign Trade
7.2.1 Use
The purpose of this activity is to create condition records for automatically determination of the tax code in a purchase document.

Creating Condition Records for Import Processing

Prerequisites
The access sequence 0003 for the condition NAVS has been maintained.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: SAP ECC menu Transaction code Logistics → Materials Management → Purchasing → Master Data → Taxes → Create MEK1

2. Enter the condition type NAVS Non-Deductible Tax and choose Enter.

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3. Choose the key combination Taxes: Material, Plant and Origin and choose Enter. 4. Create an entry for each possible combination of Tax indicator for material, Tax Indicator: Plant and Tax indicator: Import and assign in column Tax the tax code, which should be determined for the appropriated combination.

Result
The tax condition record has been created.

8 Individual BC Sets/ Manual Steps
8.1 Defining Parallel Processing in MRP
Use
The purpose of this activity is to define parallel process in MRP.

Procedure
Carry out the following steps: 1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Materials Management → Consumption-Based Planning → Define Parallel Processing in MRP

2. On the Change View ”Destinations for Parallel Processing“: Overview screen, choose New Entries. 3. On the New entries: Overview of Added Entries screen, make the following entries: Field name Destinat. for parallel processing No. of sessions Value for example, <PWDF0505_SD7_22> 1

The value of Destinat. for parallel process must include a different value in a different server, if this value is determined by other Customizing steps. In this project, choose PWDF0505_SD7_22. You can use the input help to select the corresponding value. 4. Choose Save. 5. Choose Back.

Result
You have made the required settings for parallel processing for MRP.

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9 Tax on Goods Movement - India
9.1 Basic Settings
9.1.1 Maintaining Excise Registrations Use
As per the legal requirement every plant, which is handling excisable goods has to be registered with Central Excise Authorities in India. In Best Practices, We have declared Plants 1000-Excisable Manufacturing Plant & 1100 are treated as Excise registered RG23D Depot.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Logistics General → Tax on Goods Movements → India → Basic Settings → Maintain Excise Registrations

2. On the Excise Registrations: screen, make the following entries: 3. Choose New Entries icon for maintaining the new excise registrations.

Comment that Registration descriptions, numbers, address and so on, are just indicative only. You need to input you actual registration details. To give demo the following dummy data is created which may not have any validity. Field name Excise Reg. Reg. Description Description Excise registration id Title of registration ID ECC Number User action and values 21 1000 MFG PLANT EXCISE REGISTRATION Enter ECC No. for example AABCS3510RXM001 Excise Reg. No. Excise Range Excise Division Commissionerate Liable to AED Excise registration number Excise Range Excise Division Commissionerate Liability to Additional Excise Duty Liability to Special Enter for example AABCS3510RXM001 Enter for example Range V Enter for example Division I Enter for example Vapi Check the tick box If you are covered under AED only If you are covered Comment

ECC No.

Liable to SED

Check the tick box

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SAP Best Practices Field name Liable to Cess Partial credit No of items in Excise Invoice Indicator NCCD

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Description Excise Duty Liability to Cess Partial credit Number of items in Excise Invoice Indicator for NCCD applicability Check the tick box Check the tick box 2 Based On requirement you can check the Box User action and values Comment under SED only If you are covered under CESS only

4. Choose Enter complete the entries 5. Choose Save. 6. To maintain the entries for 1100 Depot Plant follow the steps mentioned above: 7. On the Excise Registrations: screen, make the following entries: 8. Choose New Entries icon for maintaining the new excise registrations Field name Excise Reg. Reg. Description Description Excise registration id Title of registration ID ECC Number User action and values 51 BP02 DEPOT PLANT EXCISE REGISTRATION Enter ECC No. for example AABCS3510RXM002 Excise Reg. No. Excise Range Excise Division Commissionerate Liable to AED Excise registration number Excise Range Excise Division Commissionerate 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 Enter for example AABCS3510RXM002 Enter for example Range III Enter for example Division I Enter for example Thane I 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 Comment

ECC No.

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

Based On requirement you can check the Box

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9. Choose Enter complete the entries 10. Choose Save.

Result
Data was saved.

9.1.2 Maintaining Company Code Settings for Taxes Use
In this IMG setting you are going to maintain Company Code 1000 for purchase taxes.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Logistics General → Tax on Goods Movement → India → Basic Settings → Maintain Company Code Settings

2. On the Company Code Settings: choose New Entries screen and maintain the following entries: Field name Company Code CENVAT Doc. 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 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 User action and values 1000 SA SA Tick the checkbox Tick the checkbox Comment Input value Input value Input value Tick Tick

Imm. Credit on capital goods First month Exc Sel Days No. Exc Inv Sel EI Sel. Proc. Rounding duty on procurement Rounding duty on removal Exch. rate type for CVD

Tick the checkbox April 30 10 FIFO Tick the checkbox Tick the checkbox ZCIG

Tick Select Input value Input value Select Tick Tick Input

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SAP Best Practices Field name Exchange rate type for exports CVD account 3. Choose Enter. 4. Choose Save.

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Description Exchange rate type for exports CVD GL account User action and values ZCEG 26389000 Comment Input

Result
Company code is maintained for taxation.

9.1.3 Maintaining Plant Settings for Excise Information Use
As per the legal requirement every plant, which is handling excisable goods has to be registered with Central Excise Authorities in India. In this configuration step you are going to maintain Excise Information for plants.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Logistics General → Tax on Goods Movements → India → Basic Settings → Maintain Plant Settings

2. On the Plant Settings: screen, make the following entries: 3. Choose New Entries icon for maintaining the new entries. Field name Entries for 1000 Plant Depot Exc. Reg. GRs per EI Plant code Depot Excise Registration id Goods Receipts per each Excise Invoice Plant code Depot Excise Registration id Goods Receipts per each Excise Invoice 1000 Leave it blank 21 Select Multiple Goods Receipts, Multiple Credits from dropdown list 1100 Check the box 51 Select Multiple Goods Receipts, Multiple Credits from dropdown list Check as 1100 is a Depot plant. Do not check as 1000 is mfg plant. Description User action and values Comment

Entries for 1100 Plant Depot Exc. Reg. GRs per EI

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4. Choose Enter to finish the entries. 5. Choose Save.

Result
Data was saved.

9.1.4 Maintaining Excise Groups Use
As per the legal requirement in India each Excise Group has to have one set of books. In this step you are going to configure the Excise Groups for both the plants.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Logistics General → Tax on Goods Movements → India → Basic Settings → Maintain Excise Groups

2. On the Excise Groups: screen, make the following entries: 3. Choose New Entries icon for maintaining the new entries. Field name Entries for 1000 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 Default challan 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 21 1000 1000 MFG PLANT EXCISE GROUP 21 Multiple Goods Receipts, Multiple Credits Tick this checkbox Description User action and values Comment

Default Challan Qty in GR Excise inv during Billing Create and post Inv single step Consumption Depot indicator Folio number Depot Excise Invoice

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

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SAP Best Practices Field name EI Capture Post EI in MIGO Duty different at GR EI create/RG23D selection Update RG1 at MIGO

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Description Excise Invoice capturing Post excise invoice in MIGO Duty different at GR Excise Invoice creation for RG23D register Update RG1 register at MIGO User action and values Check tick box Check tick box Check tick box Check tick box Comment

Check tick box

4. Choose Enter to finish the entries. 5. Choose Save. 6. To maintain the Excise Group for 1100 depot 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 1100 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 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 51 1100 BP02 DEPOT PLANT EXCISE GROUP 51 Multiple Goods Receipts, Multiple Credits Tick this checkbox Description User action and values Comment

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

Do not tick Tick the box

Leave blank

Check this tick box Check tick box Check tick box Check tick box Check tick box

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SAP Best Practices Field name Post EI in MIGO Duty different at GR EI create/RG23D selection Update RG1 at MIGO

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Description Post excise invoice in MIGO Duty different at GR Excise Invoice creation for RG23D register Update RG1 register at MIGO User action and values Check tick box Check tick box Check tick box Comment

Check tick box

9. Choose Enter to finish the entries. 10. Choose Save.

9.1.5 Maintaining Series Groups Use
In this IMG activity, you define the different excise series groups within your company. Series groups allow you to maintain multiple number ranges for the outgoing excise documents. Based on excise regulations and exemptions from the authorities you can maintain multiple number series for outgoing documents. But each of these series has to be declared to the excise authorities.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Logistics General → Tax on Goods Movements → India → Basic Settings → Maintain Series Groups

2. On the Excise Document Series: screen, make the following entries: 3. Choose New Entries icon for maintaining the new entries. Field name Series Grp Series Des Exc. Reg. No utilization Imm. Util. Other fields leave blank Series Grp Series Des Exc. Reg. Series group Description of series group Excise 20 MFG-EXPORT EXCISE SERIES 21 Description Series group Description of series group Excise Registration No utilization Immediate utilization User action and values 10 MFG-DOMESTIC EXCISE SERIES 21 Do not check tick box Do not check tick box Comment

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SAP Best Practices Field name No utilization Imm. Util. Other fields leave blank Series Grp Series Des Exc. Reg. No utilization Imm. Util. Other fields leave blank Series Grp Series Des Exc. Reg. No utilization Imm. Util. Other fields leave blank Series Grp Series Des Exc. Reg. No utilization Imm. Util. Other fields leave blank

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Description Registration No utilization Immediate utilization Do not check tick box Do not check tick box User action and values Comment

Series group Description of series group Excise Registration No utilization Immediate utilization

30 MFG-DEEMED EXPORT SERIES 21 Do not check tick box Do not check tick box

Series group Description of series group Excise Registration No utilization Immediate utilization

40 MFG-SUB CONTRACTING CHALLAN SERIES 21 Do not check tick box Do not check tick box

Series group Description of series group Excise Registration No utilization Immediate utilization

50 DEPOT-DEPOT EXCISE SERIES 51 Do not check tick box Do not check tick box

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

Result
Data was saved.

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9.1.6 Maintaining Excise Duty Indicators Use
In this IMG activity, you define the excise duty indicators.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Logistics General → Tax on Goods Movements → India → Basic Settings → Maintain Excise duty Indicators

2. Enter the following details: Field name Exc. Ind. + Exc. Ind. + Exc. Ind. + Description Excise Indicator Description Excise Indicator Description Excise Indicator Description User action and values 1 100 % Tax 2 50 % Tax 3 NIL Tax Comments Enter 100% tax under description

9.2 Determination of Excise Duty
9.2.1 Maintaining Excise Defaults Use
In this IMG activity, you define which tax procedure and pricing condition types are used in calculating excise taxes using formula-based excise determination.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Logistics General → Tax on Goods Movements → India → Basic Settings → Determination of Excise Duty → Maintain Excise Defaults

2. On the Tax Default Information: screen, make the following entries: 3. Choose New Entries icon for maintaining the new entries. Field name Tax proc. CVD Cond. Exp tax cd Tax jur.cd Description Tax procedure CVD condition type Expected Tax code Tax jurisdiction code User action and values TAXINN JCV1 Comment

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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

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Description 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 ADC Condition Tyoe A/P JEX1 JECS JEC1 JMOP JAOP JSOP User action and values JMX1 JSX1 JAX1 JEXP Comment

ECS Cond.

JECV

ADC Cond.

JADC

4. Choose Enter complete the entries 5. Choose Save.

Result
Data was saved.

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9.3 Condition Based Excise Determination
9.3.1 Assignment of Tax Code to Company Codes Use
The purpose of this activity is assigning the tax code for purchasing documents to the company codes where it will be used. This activity is done if you use condition-based excise determination.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Logistics General → Tax on Goods Movements → India → Basic Settings → Determination of Excise Duty → Condition-Based Excise Determination → Assign Tax Code to Company Codes

2. On the Change view “Tax Codes for Excise Duties Using Condition Techniques”: screen, make the following entries. 3. Choose New Entries icon and input 1000 and BP0X under Company Code and input V0, V1, VT tax code beside company codes or under Tax Code. 4. Enter to continue 5. Choose Save.

9.3.2 Classifying Condition Types Use
In this IMG activity, you specify which condition types you use for which sort of tax. Comment that this only applies to condition types that you use with the new excise determination method.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Logistics General → Tax on Goods Movements → India → Basic Settings → Determination of Excise Duty →Condition-Based Excise Determination → Classify Condition Types

2. As a default SAP will offer the following settings, do not change the original settings. Procedure JINDEP JINDEP JINDEP JINDEP JINDEP JINDEP JINDEP Condition Type JCEP JCET JEAP JEAT JESP JEST JEXP 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

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SAP Best Practices 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 TAXINJ TAXINJ TAXINJ TAXINJ 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 JMIP JMIQ JMOP JMOQ

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide 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 BED Inventory Percentage BED Inventory Quantity Based BED Set Off condition Percentage BED Set Off condition Quantity based

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SAP Best Practices 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 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

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide 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. Apart from above default settings you need ot make the following setting by choosing New Entries icon. After completing entries choose Save to save entries.

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SAP Best Practices Procedure 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 TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN TAXINN

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Condition Type JAIP JAIQ JAOP JAOQ JAX1 JAX2 JEC1 JEC2 JEX1 JEX2 JSEP JSEI JHX1 JHX2 JIPC JIPL JIPS JMIP JMIQ JMOP JMOQ JMX1 JMX2 JNIP JNOP JNX1 JNX2 JSIP JSIQ JSOP JSX1 JSX2 JVRD JVRN JVCD JVCN 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 ECS Set Off condition Percentage ECS Inventory Percentage ECS Set Off condition Total ECS Inventory Total AT1 Set off Condition Percentage AT2 Inventory Percentage AT1 Set off Condition Total AT2 Inventory Total A/P Central Sales tax A/P Local Sales tax A/P ST set-off 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 A/P VAT RM Deductible A/P VAT RM Non-Deductible A/P VAT CG Deductible A/P VAT CG Non-Deductible

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9.4 Account Determination
9.4.1 Defining GL Accounts for Taxes Use
In this IMG activity, you specify which G/L accounts you will use to record which taxes

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Logistics General → Tax on Goods Movements → India → Account Determination → Specify GL Accounts for Taxes

2. Double-click the Account Key VS1. Assign the GL Account – 18719000 - Provisional liability-Vendor - Cenvat to it. 3. Choose Save. The System would prompt for a customizing request. Enter the request number or choose Create. 4. Similarly assign an account to each of the following posting keys Account Key VS2 VS3 VS8 VS9 ESE JP5 JP7 GL Account 18719000 18719000 26364216 - ECS on hold on services-BP 21 18719000 26364211 - Service tax on hold on services-BP 21 26372111- Input VAT credit-Non-capital goods-BP 21 26372112 - Input VAT credit-Capital goods-BP 21

5. If the above accounts are maintained, then there would be no user action.

9.4.2 Maintaining Subtransation Type Procedure
6. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Logistics General → Tax on Goods Movements → India → Basic Settings → Maintain Subtransaction Types

7. On the Change View ‘ Subtransaction type text”: Overview screen, maintain the following entry: Sub Transaction Type 22 8. Choose Save. Sub Transaction Type Text HSAKJHLKD SFDSA

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9.4.3 Specifying Excise Accounts per Excise Transactions Use
In this IMG activity, you specify which excise accounts (for excise duty and CENVAT) are to be posted to for the various transaction types. Enter all the accounts that are affected by each transaction type. If you use sub transaction types, enter the accounts for each sub transaction type as well.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Materials Management → Logistics General → Tax on Goods Movements → India → Account Determination → Specify Excise Accounts per Excise Transaction

2. On the Transaction code Vs Accounts: screen, make the following entries: 3. Choose New Entries icon for maintaining the new entries. As a default some entries already maintained. Do not disturb them; maintain entries as per the following table. Excise Transaction Type 57CM 57CM 57CM 57CM 57FC 57FC 57FC 57FC 57FC 57FC 57FC 57FC 57FC 57FC 57FC 57FC 57FC 57FC 57NR 57NR 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 Sub Transaction Debit / Credit Indicator Credit Debit Debit Debit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Debit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Debit Credit Credit Account name

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

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SAP Best Practices 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 ARE3 ARE3 ARE3 CAPE CAPE CAPE CAPE CAPE CAPE CAPE CAPE IP 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide 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 Debit Debit Debit Debit Debit Debit Credit 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 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 on hold account

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SAP Best Practices CAPE CAPE CAPE CAPE CAPE CAPE CEIV CEIV CEIV CEIV CEIV CEIV CEIV CEIV CEIV CEIV CEIV CEIV CEIV CEIV CEIV CEIV CEIV CEIV CEIV CEIV CEIV CEIV DIEX DIEX DIEX DIEX DIEX DIEX DIEX DIEX DIEX DIEX IP IP IP IP 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 IP IP IP IP IP IP

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Debit Debit Debit Debit Debit Debit Credit Debit Debit Debit Debit 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 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 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

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SAP Best Practices DIEX DIEX DIEX DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC EWPO EWPO EWPO EWPO EWPO EWPO EWPO EWPO EWPO EWPO EWPO IP IP IP IP IP 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 IP IP IP

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide 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 Debit Debit Debit Debit Debit Credit Debit Debit Debit Debit 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 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 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

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SAP Best Practices EWPO GRPO GRPO GRPO GRPO GRPO GRPO GRPO 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 22 22 22 22 22 22 22 IP IP IP IP IP IP IP IP

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Debit Credit Debit 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 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 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

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SAP Best Practices MRRD MRRD MRRD MRRD MRRD MRRD MRRD MRRD MRWO MRWO MRWO MRWO 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 10 10 10 10 10 10

Materials Management (104): 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 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 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

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SAP Best Practices OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR TR6C TR6C TR6C TR6C TR6C TR6C TR6C UTLZ UTLZ UTLZ UTLZ UTLZ UTLZ UTLZ UTLZ UTLZ UTLZ UTLZ UTLZ 10 10 10 10 10 10

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Debit Credit Debit Debit Debit Debit Debit Debit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Debit 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 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. Please do not disturb any standard settings. ETT Excise Transaction Type 57CM 57CM 57FC 57FC 57FC 57FC 57FC Sub TrnTyp Sub Transaction DC ind Debit / Credit Indicator Acct name Account name

Credit Debit Credit Credit Debit Credit Credit

CENVAT Clearing account RG 23 BED Account PLA BED Account RG 23 BED Account CENVAT Clearing account PLA BED Account RG 23 BED Account

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SAP Best Practices 57FC 57NR 57NR 57NR 57NR 57NR 57NR 57NR 57NR ARE1 ARE1 ARE1 ARE1 ARE3 ARE3 ARE3 ARE3 CAPE CAPE CAPE CAPE CAPE CEIV CEIV CEIV CEIV CEIV CEIV CEIV DIEX DIEX DIEX DIEX DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC DLFC

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Debit Credit Credit Credit Debit Credit Credit Credit Debit Credit Credit Credit Debit Credit Credit Credit Debit Credit Debit Debit Debit Debit Credit Debit Debit Debit Debit Debit Debit Credit Debit Debit Debit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit 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 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

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SAP Best Practices 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 MRWO MRWO MRWO MRWO OTHR OTHR

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide 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 Credit Credit Credit Debit Credit Credit 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 RG 23 AED Account RG 23 BED Account RG 23 SED Account CENVAT Clearing account PLA AED Account PLA BED Account

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SAP Best Practices OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR OTHR TR6C TR6C TR6C TR6C TR6C UTLZ UTLZ UTLZ UTLZ UTLZ UTLZ UTLZ UTLZ 4. Choose Enter. 5. Choose Save.

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Debit Credit Debit Debit Debit Debit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Credit Debit 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

Result
Data was saved.

9.4.4 Specifying G/L Accounts to Excise Transaction Types Use
In this IMG activity, you assign the excise and CENVAT accounts to G/L accounts to Excise Transaction Types.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Materials Management → Logistics General → Tax on Goods Movements → India → Account Determination → Specify G/L Accounts per Excise Transaction

2. On the Excise Account Assignment Table: screen, make the following entries: 3. Choose New Entries icon for maintaining the new entries as per the following table. S.N o Excise Gp ETT CoCd Sub TrnTy ChAc RG23A BED RG23 A RG23 A SED

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S.No RG23C BED 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 2636221 1 26362212 1661221 1 1661221 1 2636221 1 2636221 1 1661221 1 1661221 1 2636221 1 2636221 1 1661221 1 1661221 1 2636221 1 2636221 1 2636221 1 2636221 1 2636221 1 2636221 1 1661221 1 1661221 1 1661221 1 1661221 1 26362212 26362217 16612211 16612211 26362212 26362217 16612211 16612211 26362212 26362212 26362212 26362212 26362212 26362217 16612211 16612211 16612211 16612211 RG23C AED

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RG23C SED Mod.Clear Cenvat Offset 26369211 26369211 26369211 26369211 26362213 26362213 16612211 16612211 26362213 26362213 16612211 16612211 26362213 26362213 26362213 26362213 26362213 26362213 16612211 16612211 16612211 16612211 18719000 18719000 18719000 18719000 26369210 26389001 44972001 44972001 44972001 26360211 26360211 26360211 26360211 26360211 26362213 16612211 26360211 263602 12 263602 12 263602 12 263602 12 263602 12 263602 12 263602 13 263602 13 263602 13 263602 13 263602 13 263602 13 18719000 18719000 26360211 26360211 263602 12 263602 12 263602 13 263602 13 26360211 26360211 263602 12 263602 12 263602 13 263602 13 26360211 26360211 26360211 26360211 PLA BED PLA AED PLA SED

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S.No PLA CESS CENVAT OH

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CENVAT sse PLA On Hld Reversal G/L RG23AN G/L RG23C N

PLA NCCD

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 S.No 2636021 4 2636021 4 2636021 4 2636021 4 2636021 4 2636021 4 RG23A ECS 2636121 6 2636121 6 1661221 6 1661221 6 16612216 16612216 26369220 RG23A AT1 263612 18 263612 18 166122 18 166122 18 44972001 263602 10 2636021 4 2636021 4 26363210 26363210 26363210 26363210 26363210 26363210 44972001 26369220 2636021 4 2636021 4 26363210 26363210 44972001 26369220

44972001 44972001 44972001 44972001

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PLA ECS 26360216 26360216 26360216 26360216

RG23C AT1

PLA AT1 26360218 26360218

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26362218 26362218 166122 18 166122 18 263612 18 263612 18 26360216 26360216 166122 18 166122 18 263612 18 263612 18 263612 18 263612 18 263612 18 263612 18 166122 18 166122 18 166122 18 26360216 26360216 26360216 263612 18 26362218 166122 18 16612218 16612218 26362218 26362218 16612218 16612218 26362218 26362218 26362218 26362218 26362218 26362218 16612218 16612218 16612218 16612218 26360218 26360218

4. Choose Enter complete the entries 5. Choose Save.

Result
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9.5 Business Transactions
9.5.1 Incoming Excise Invoices 9.5.1.1Selecting Fields Use
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: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Materials Management → Logistics General → Tax on Goods Movements → India → Business Transactions → Incoming Excise invoice → Select Fields

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

9.5.1.2Defining Processing Modes per Transaction Use

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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: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Materials Management → Logistics General → Tax on Goods Movements → India → Business Transactions → Incoming Excise invoice → Define processing modes per Transaction

2. The following entries comes as part of Standard SAP system:
Transaction code J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA103 J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA104 Processing Mode 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 X X X X X X X X X X X X X Active

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J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA104 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA303 J1IA303 J1IA303 J1IA303 J1IA303 J1IA303 J1IA303 J1IA303 J1IA303 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304 J1IA304

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 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

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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

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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

9.5.1.3Defining Reference Documents per Transaction Use
In this IMG activity, you specify for each combination of transaction and processing mode which reference documents you want the users to be able to use. This setting comes as a default in Standard SAP.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Materials Management → Logistics General → Tax on Goods Movements → India → Business Transactions → Incoming Excise invoice → Define Reference Documents per Transaction

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2. 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 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA101 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 J1IA102 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 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 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 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 Active

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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 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 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 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

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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 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

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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 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

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J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA301 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA302 J1IA303 J1IA303 J1IA303 J1IA303 J1IA303 J1IA303 J1IA303 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 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 Display Display Display

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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 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 Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document ARE3 Internal Document Internal Excise Invoice Vendor Excise Invoice ARE1 Internal Document

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9.5.1.4Maintaining Rejection Codes Use
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: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Materials Management → Logistics General → Tax on Goods Movements → India → Business Transactions → Incoming Excise invoice → Maintain Rejection Codes

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 Comment Input value

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SAP Best Practices Field name Description Post Ind Rejection Code Description Post Ind

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Description Description of rejection code Posting indicator Rejection Code Description of rejection code Posting indicator User action and values Discrepancy in Excise Invoice Leave it blank 20 Wrongly Captured Excise Invoice Leave it blank Input value Input value Comment Input value

4. Choose Enter complete the entries 5. Choose Save.

Result
Data was saved.

9.5.1.5Maintaining Movement Types Involve Excise Invoice Use
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: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Materials Management → Logistics General → Tax on Goods Movements → India → Business Transactions → Incoming Excise invoice → Specify which Movement Types Involve Excise Invoice.

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 Register Register Register RG1 Register RG23A Register RG23C Register RG1 Register RG23A Register RG23C Register RG23A Register RG23C Register RG23A Comment

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Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide 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 RG1 Register RG1

4. Choose Enter complete the entries 5. Choose Save.

Result
Data was saved.

9.5.2 Subcontracting 9.5.2.1Subcontracting Attributes Use
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:

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SAP Best Practices Field name Excise Group Excise TT Sub Transaction Type Sub Tran Type Text Subc. Period

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide 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 Number range Assessable value Subcontracting output type User action and values 21 57FC 01 57FC CHALLAN 180 Comment

Ratesubcontracting Mvt Grp Issues Mvt Grp Receipt Filter Non excise EI Items No. range no. Ass. Val. / Exc. Inv. Subcon Out Type

Leave it blank 0001 0002 Leave it blank 10 01 Assessable value table first then Excise Invoice J1IF Select from drop down list

3. Choose Enter to complete the inputs. 4. Choose Save.

Result
Data was saved.

9.5.2.2Maintaining Movement Type Groups Use
In this setting you are going to group together movement types into two groups 0001 and 0002, for example, issue movements and receiving movements.

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 → Maintain Movement Type Groups

2. On the Subcontracting Scenario Attributes: Details screen, make the following entries:

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3. 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 Movement type Special stock Mvt Group Movement type Special stock 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 Mvt Group Movement type Special stock Description Movement type group Movement 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 Movement type group Movement type 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 Movement type group Movement type Special stock type 0002 101 Leave it blank 0002 101 O 0002 543 O 0002 542 User action and values 0001 101 O 0001 122 Leave it blank 0001 102 Leave it blank 0001 541 Leave it blank 0001 544 O Comment

4. Choose Enter to complete the inputs. 5. Choose Save.

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Result
Data was saved.

9.5.3 Utilization 9.5.3.1Utilization Determination Use
In this IMG activity, 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, it automatically proposes which CENVAT accounts the duty should be debited to. Here, you specify those defaults.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Logistics General → Tax on Goods Movements → India → Business Transactions → Utilization → Utilization Determination

2. On the Change View Utilization Determination: screen, make the following entries: 3. Choose New Entries icon for maintaining the new entries. Excise gp Excise Group 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 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 You can Enter ‘ X ‘in field + (Single Character Indicator) against each Account and Excise Group Comment

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4. Choose Enter complete the entries 5. Choose Save.

Result
Data was saved.

9.5.4 Excise Registers- SAP Script Forms Use
In this IMG activity, for each of your company codes, you specify which SAP script forms the system prints the excise registers with.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Materials Management → Logistics General → Tax on Goods Movements → India → Business Transactions → Excise Registers → Specify SAP Script Forms

2. On the Table for all the layouts of excise reporting: screen, maintain the following entries. SAP as a standard will come with some ready made forms; the same are being used here.
CoCd Com pany Code 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 Reg. name Register Name Lay. num Layout numbe r 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 001 002 003 Form Form Layout description Layout description Tcode/pro g Tcode/pro g No. copies

PLA Register PLACONS Register RG1 Register RG1RI Register RG23A1 Register RG23A2 Register RG23C1 Register RG23C2 Register RG23D Register RT12 Register RT12 Register RT12

J_2I_PLA J_2I_PLA J_2I_RG1 J_2I_RG1 J_2IRG23A_P ART1 J_2IRG23A_P ART2 J_2IRG23C_P ART1 J_2IRG23C_P ART2 J_2I_RG23D J_2I_RT12_AB STRA J_2I_RT12_DE TLS J_2I_RT12_3

PERSONAL LEDGER ACCOUNT PERSONAL LEDGER ACCOUNT RG1 REGISTER RG1 DAILY STOCK REPORT RG23A PART1 RG23A PART2 RG23A PART1 RG23A PART2 RG23D REGISTER RT12 - MONTHLY ABSTRACT RT12 - DETAILS RT12 - FORM 3

J_2IPLA J_2IPLA J_2IRRG1 J_2IRCG1 J_2IRAP1 J_2IRAP2 J_2IRCP1 J_2IRCP2 J_2IRG23 J_2IRT12 J_2IRT12 J_2IRT12

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3. Choose Enter to complete the entries. 4. Choose Save.

Result
Data was saved.

9.6 Tools
9.6.1 Long Texts Use
In this IMG activity, 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.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Management → Logistics General → Tax on Goods Movements → India → Tools → Long Texts

2. 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 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 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 INCL.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

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SAP Best Practices J1IS J1IS J1IU J1IW J1IW 0001 DNLD DNLD 0001 DNLD

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Excise other movements -header Download text Header Download X X X X X

9.6.2 Number Ranges Use
As a proof of performing transactions SAP will give document number. You can maintain the number ranges for all CIN Number range objects using this transaction.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu J1I9 or SNRO Management → Logistics General → Tax on Goods Movements → India → Tools → Number Ranges

2. On the Number Rage Object Maintenance: screen, give the Object name and choose Number Range icon, then system will prompt for new screen.

As per the table indicated for each and every Object you need to maintain the number ranges. Here in this table Year, From number and To number are give for example only. As per the requirement you can incorporate the current year and from and to number ranges.

These number ranges to be given for all Objects and all Excise groups separately. 3. On this new screen, give the Excise Group or Excise Series depending on object and maintain the number ranges. 4. Choose Interval icon, then system will give new screen with name Maintain Number Range Interval. 5. On this screen, choose Interval icon or choose Shift+F1, then maintain No, Year, From number and To numbers as per the table mentioned below: 6. After giving the number ranges for each and every object choose Save or choose Ctrl S to save the number ranges.
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SAP Best Practices Object J_1IINTNUM J_1IRG23A1 J_1IRG23A2 J_1IRG23C1 J_1IRG23C2 J_1IINTPR2 J_1IPLA2 J_1IRG1 J_1IEXCLOC J_1IEXCEXP J_1IEXCLOC (For Deemed Export) J_1I57FC 21 21 21 21 21 21 21 10 20 30

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Excise Group No 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 Year 9999 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 From number 0010000000 0020000000 0030000000 0040000000 0050000000 0060000000 0070000000 0080000000 000010000 000020000 000030000 To number 0019999999 0029999999 0039999999 0049999999 0059999999 0069999999 0079999999 0089999999 0000199999 0000299999 0000399999

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7. The above number ranges and objects are maintained for the current year and the excise groups of 21 only. For Excise group of 51 J_1IRG23D and J_1IDEPINV object are required Since Plant 1100 is declared as depot. Object J_1IRG23D J_1IDEPINV Series Group 50 50 No 01 01 Year 2009 2009 From number 000050000 000060000 To number 000059999 000069999

Result
The changes were saved.

9.6.3 Message Control Use
In this activity, you can specify whether a given message should appear as a warning message or an error message. This setting comes as a default in Standard SAP.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SPRO Management → Logistics General → Tax on Goods Movements → India → Tools → Message Ctrl

2. The following entries comes as part of Standard SAP system: Application Area 4F Message No. 122 Transaction code User Message Type Warning

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9.7 Master Data for Excise – J1ID
9.7.1 Excise Indicator for Plant Use
In this IMG activity, you define the excise indicator for Plant.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code J1ID

2. Choose Excise Indicator for Plant. 3. Choose Maintain. 4. Enter the following Values. Field name Company Code Plant Month No. ECC NO. Exc. Reg No. Exc. Range Exc. Div. Exc. Coll. CST NO. Description Company Code Plant Month Number Range object ECC NO. Excise Registration Number Excise Range Excise Division Excise Collectorate Central Sales Tax Number User action and values 1000 1000 04 April AA AABCS3510RXM001 AABCS3510RXM001 RANGE V DIVISION I VAPI 23568654 Select Enter any two character code Comment

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SAP Best Practices Field name LST No. PAN NO. Exc. Ind. Co.

Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Description Local Sales Tax No. Permanent Account Number Excise Indicator for Company User action and values 3587512314654 6545436544 1 Enter 1 for 100% Tax , 2 – 50% tax & 3 for NIL duty. Comment

5. Similarly maintain all values for 1100 .

9.7.2 Excise Indicator for Plant and Vendor Use
In this IMG activity, you define the excise indicator for Plant and Vendor

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code J1ID

2. Choose Excise Indicator for Plant and Vendor 3. Choose Maintain. 4. Enter the following Values. Field name E E E 5. Choose Save. Description Exc.Ind.Comp. Exc.Ind.Vendor Exc. Ind. User action and values 1 1 1 Comment

9.7.3 Excise Indicator for Plant and Customer Use
In this IMG activity, you define the excise indicator for Plant and Customer

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options: Transaction code J1ID

2. Choose Excise Indicator for Plant and Vendor 3. Choose Maintain. 4. Enter the following Values. Field name Exc.Ind.Co Exc.Ind.Cu Description Exc.Ind.Comp. Exc.Ind.Customer User action and values 1 1 Comment

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Materials Management (104): Configuration Guide Description Excise Tax Indicator User action and values 1 Comment

5. Choose Save.

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