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Intrastat/Extrastat Implementation

Former Member
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How do we configure Intrastat/Extrastat reporting in S.D, what are the steps to implement them?

- Sai

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Former Member
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hi sai,

but remember there would some customizations required in intrastat reporting when it comes delivering goods free of charge. Assuming a sales order contains only items that are free of charge then there is no accounting document generated for it. If there is no acc document then the intrastat report will not pick it. Where the Govt Intrastat reporting requires this.


sadhu kishore

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Former Member
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Hi Sai,

If you need to configure for Receipts - please use transaction code WZFT01 and if you need to configure for Dispatches please use WZFT02.

This is wizard developed by SAP in order to resolve Intrastat reporting issues.

If you still need any more information please let me know.



Former Member
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Thanks to All of you for responding to my query. I do have some clarity on Intrastat Reporting now but still I need to know how to set it up in the system?



Former Member
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hi sai,

just to add some valuable information on intrastat

SAP Electronic Compliance Reporting


The single market of the European Union reduces the transactions that are officially recorded to imports and exports with countries outside of the EU. Nonetheless, the recording of country-specific intra-European transactions is just as relevant for individual member states of the European Union, to derive information about a country’s economic strength, foreign trade activities, and trade. Countries can use this data, for example, to implement measures to optimize its trade conditions.

As a result, every company is obliged to record the necessary statistical data. SAP Electronic Compliance Reporting (SAP ECR) supports you with the statistics declarations that you have to submit to the authorities for transactions involving trade between two member states of the EU. Moreover, you have to provide the statistical data in the proper format for your country’s statistics authorities (these formats vary within the EU). The relevant data for the Intrastat declarations is based on the logistics processes. You can collect the Intrastat-relevant data from these logistics processes and submit them to the national statistics authorities in periodic Intrastat declarations.

Implementation Considerations

SAP ECR helps you create Intrastat declarations, where you can enter the relevant items for dispatches and receipts of traded goods, together with the necessary details. To create the Intrastat declaration for your statistics authorities in your country-specific format, you can use SAP ECR to generate the necessary file and send it to the authorities.


You can use the nomenclature of goods from SAP Customs Management to determine the commodity codes you use to report the products involved in your logistics processes to the authorities. To do so, you have to configure the settings for commodity codes and their integration with SAP ECR in the Implementation Guide (IMG) of SAP Global Trade Services. For more information about the settings, see the Configuration Guide for SAP ECR at the SAP Service Marketplace, under ® Download ® Installation and Upgrades ® Entry by Application Group ® SAP Application Components ® SAP Global Trade Services (GTS) ® SAP GTS ® Installation and Upgrade.


● Master data

○ Provider of information

Companies have to notify the statistics authorities of their intra-European transactions that cross their own countries’ borders. You can define the appropriate information to identify the company providing the information to the authorities in the master data.

○ Default values for import from worklist

The statistics data for a provider of information's trading activities is based on business transactions in the logistics system. If you use integration with this system, SAP ECR collects the relevant information in a worklist. You can define default values to reduce the effort required to import the worklist into a statistics declaration. The system uses these default values for the imported values in the declaration.

○ Commodity codes

If you want to use the nomenclature of goods for commodity codes and have configured integration with SAP ECR, you have to make these numbers available in your system. To do so, you can create the commodity codes and their descriptions manually or upload XML files from your data provider into your system.

○ Classification

The system lets you classify your products with the correct commodity codes once, to optimize the generation of Intrastat declarations. If you use logistics system integration to create Intrastat declarations, the system can find the valid commodity code automatically for each document item in the feeder system and use it instead to create the Intrastat declaration, instead of the product numbers.

● Worklist

You can create Intrastat declarations based on your logistics processes in the feeder system. Once you configure integration with the logistics system, the relevant business transactions are transferred automatically to a worklist in SAP ECR, from which you can create the Intrastat declarations. You can also display and delete entries in the worklist, as necessary.

● Intrastat declaration

You use Intrastat declarations to submit binding information about shipments and goods receipts between two countries in the European Union. You can either aggregate the goods movements for a period and direction by statistical goods movement or record the items for each transaction. You can use SAP ECR to create the declaration file to ensure that your trade information meets the data format requirements of your statistics authorities.


sadhu kishore

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Can anyone help me with what can be the best approach for intrastat and extrastat reporting in SAP S4 HANA out of these .....

1)SAP Foriegn Trade 2)Global trade Management 3) Global Trade system or we can consider all of these ?

Former Member
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Hi All, I have been watching these threads for some time, i am also looking for some basic configurations on the S.D side of it and as some of you have rightly said that very few consultants have the exp of Intrastat Reporting. Can anyone pls tell us the basic steps to configure, any input would be highly apperciated.

Thanx & Regards


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Thanks for the detailed explanation RakeshSingh which is very much appreciated.

Meanwhile dear sai, please check whether this link is of helpful to you.

[INTRASTAT Declaration|]

[EXTRASTAT Declaration|]


G. Lakshmipathi

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Dear Sai,

I feel you are not geting the response as it seems lot of members are not aware of intastat/ Extrastat.


Up until the end of 1992, trade from all European countries was recorded as export transactions. Then the "single market" came into being, effectively eliminating trade barriers between EU member states. Everyone agreed that this was generally a good thing, but the countries still wanted to keep records of the non-domestic trade. So, they agreed to record INternal TRAde STATistics, or intrastat for short. The statistics need to be reported for all goods movements made by companies whose monthly total value exceeds GBP 75,000 (not sure if I've got the value figure exactly right), and the declaration report must be submitted by the 15th of each month for the previous month.

The declaration includes Commodity Code, invoice value, net weight and transaction type (e.g. final purchase/sale, temporary loan, repair, etc.). Some countries also require Mode of Transport, Incoterms, Region of Production, etc. In general, the Intrastat report should agree with the corresponding EC Sales List report, which each VAT-registered company also has to make - either monthly or quarterly - probably this is why Intrastat is still reported out of R/3 rather than GTS.

Extrastat is (or was) a corresponding goods movement report for true exports (non-EC destinations), but advances in real-time messaging have all but eliminated these requirements now. Germany is or was one of the last to abolish this.

This is for the help of forum members.