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Error while excise invoice posting...

Former Member
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Dear Experts,

I am creating a excise invoice in j1IS t code,for the vendor return process,but while saving getting following error,

"

GL account has not been assigned for RG23ANCD in customization

Message no. 8I447"

My plant is a depot actually...

Please share the views which GL account to be assigned in CIN customization..

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kailas_ugale
Active Contributor
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HI,

My plant is a depot actually...

Please share the views which GL account to be assigned in CIN customization..

If your plant is Depot then why you are cancelling excise from j1IS?

How we can cancel depot incoming excise invoice through J1IS.

you have any excise  accounting document for same in J1IG not only RG23D register will update

Regards

Kailas Ugale

Former Member
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HI Kailas,

I am going through a SAP Best Practice demo of return to vendor..in which the stock is removed by delivery I am trying to create excise invoice through this delivery document..

former_member186100
Active Contributor
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Lokesh NCCD is no more a valid tax and has been abolished i think. So the only thing u need to do .. is remove it from excise transaction type OTHR. There is no need to assign any account to it.

tejyadav
Active Contributor
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NCCD stands for National Calamity Contingency Duty, Error might be coming since you may have ticked the check box for Indicator NCCD in Excise Registration, If you really need NCCD in your Scenario then refer SAP Note 689320 - NCCD Customizing

kailas_ugale
Active Contributor
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HI,

Please Give your steps from post of excise invoice to cancellation with t-code.

One thing sure depot plant excise invoice will not cancel by J1IS.

Regards

Kailas Ugale

Former Member
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Hi kailas,

I have posted the RG23 D with J1IS....

Is it right?

brinda_r
Active Contributor
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Hi Lokesh,

Depot excise cannot be posted via J1IS.

J1IS is for manufacturing plants and not depots.

Regards,

Brinda