SAP System Configuration Guide(CIN)

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This is a SAP System Configuration Guide for Country Version India (CIN).

Contents;

Menupath – Logistic General – Tax On Goodsmovement – India (T Code SPRO)
Basic Settings
Maintain Excise Registrations
Maintain Company Code Settings
Maintain Plant Settings
Maintain Excise Groups
Maintain Series Groups
Maintain Excise Duty Indicators
Maintain Postal Addresses
Determination Of Excise Duty
Select Tax Calculation Procedure
Condition-Based Excise Determination
Define Tax Code For Purchasing Documents
Assign Tax Code To Company Codes
Classify Condition Types
Account Determination
Define G/L Accounts For Taxes
Specify Excise Accounts Per Excise Transaction
Specify G/L Accounts Per Excise Transaction
Business Transactions
Incoming Excise Invoices
Select Fields
Define Processing Modes Per Transaction
Define Reference Documents Per Transaction
Maintain Rejection Codes
Specify Which Movement Types Involve Excise Invoices
Outgoing Excise Invoices
Pricing Procedure For Factory Sales
Assign Billing Types To Delivery Types
Maintain Default Excise Groups And Series Groups
Subcontracting
Subcontracting Attributes
Maintain Movement Type Groups
Exports Under Excise Regulations
Exports
Make Settings For Are- Procedure
Deemed Exports
Make Settings For Are- Procedure
Maintain License Types
Printouts Of Are Documents
Maintain Output Type
Specify Printers
Transaction Configuration
Define Processing Modes Per Transaction
Define Reference Documents Per Transaction
Maintain Rejection Codes
Utilization
Utilization Determination
Maintain Minimum Balances For Excise Accounts
Excise Registers
Specify Sapscript Forms
Tools
Long Texts
Number Ranges
Message Control

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9 Responses to “SAP System Configuration Guide(CIN)”

  1. Pankaj Raut says:

    Hi Dear, I found this site very much usefule for the MM configuration point of view. CIN configuration for various types of transactions in India need to be matured enough which SAP CIN doen not have / permit. These transactions are meant for the customers specially in SMB sector which have Trading / Service and Manufacturing scenario.

  2. VASUDEV says:

    very nice documents

  3. Rafikul Hussain says:

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    Rafikul

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