SAP SD Excise Invoice User Manual (CIN)

Excise invoice is a business document issued by vendor that accompanies for the goods sent to company which contains Goods Movements and Taxes information. This process is a part of procurement covered under Country Version India (CIN) for SAP Sales and Distribution module.. It lists the goods and states, quantity and how much excise duty applies on them. You can read more about Excise Invoice at SAP HELP

In this document you will find a step by step guide of the following processes

  1. Create Excise Invoice
  2. Excise Rate Maintenance
  3. Update RG23 A/C Issues and RG1
  4. Returns Process
  5. Form Tracking

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Best of SAP Sites OPML for your Reader

Since i created a directory for SAP related blogs, i pay more attention on exploring and visiting new, fresh and frequently updated sites. But by time it becomes harder to keep all posts and inevitably you may miss some good posts.

Many of you know me personally, from my about page or from some talks i made in posts, I’m a self-taught SAP aspirant. And also because of being a blogger, i have to track other SAP blogs to improve my SAP knowledge and deliver them to you. At the beginning, yes it was too much time-consuming to follow updates of other sites but not anymore. So what is the solution ? Read more

Useful Documents to Introduce You SAP New General Ledger Features

Since the release of SAP R/3 in 1993, the most extensive changes on GL was done with the advent of New GL. Many new features has been introduced which provides great benefits for companies like increased integration, accelerated closing, ease of producing parallel accounts etc. Some of these features in New General Ledger are Document Splitting, Parallel Accounting and Segment Reporting.

Besides the links i provided you above, in this post i will share with you some documents i have just come across which will give you brief concept of the new features came with New General Ledger. Read more

Step by Step SPRO-Configuration Guide for FICO – Limited Ones

SPRO, which stands for SAP Project Reference Object, is used configure the SAP System as per clients requirement. After executing SPRO t.code you will see IMG (Implementation Management Guide) menu which you will find customization settings for all modules. It will be helpful for you to have a look at IMG Transaction Codes and Table Names post. In the following documents, you will find a limited but very useful step by step configuration methods for;

  • Financial Accounting
  • Define Company, Company Code, Assign Company Code to Company, Define Chart of Accounts, Set up Accounts Groups and Their Number Ranges, Assign Fiscal Year Variant to Company Code, Assign Posting Variant to Company Code, Document Number Ranges for the Company Code

  • Controlling
  • Set up Controlling Area – Basic Data, Activate Components / Control Indicators, Assignment of Company Codes, Set Controlling Area, Maintain Controlling Documents Groups and their Number Ranges

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Printer Settings Guide for SAPscript and SAP Smart Forms

Print Options for SAPscript and Smart Forms (POSS) enables users to select individual print options depending on the selected printer model, such as input tray selection, stapling, double-sided printing etc. when printing a SAPscript or Smart Forms document. This means, printing a form generated from an SAP application by using SAPscript or Smart Forms tools.

This document describes implementation and usage of Print Options for SAPScript forms and SAP Smart Forms. Read more

SAP Press Books Sample Chapter Collections – Part 2

Last week, i started a series for SAP Press Book’s sample chapters which are freely available. Not in any particular order, I will provide you descriptions and download links of each chapters available for direct download.

This week you will find links for Exceptions and Error handling in ABAP, a brief guide to Computer Aided Test Tool (CATT), Workflow Administration in SAP, SQL usage in SAP and Reporting Guide in SAP HR. Hope even the sample chapters would be useful for you. Read more

What is SAP Business One?

SAP Business One’ is the low-cost, easy-to-implement business management solution from SAP for Small and Medium Enterprises (SME). Unlike regular ERP software from SAP, this solution gives managers on-demand access to critical real-time information through ‘one single system’ containing financial, customer relationship management, manufacturing, and management control capabilities. As a result, the solution enables rapid employee productivity, while empowering managers to make better business decisions to stay ahead of the competition. Equipped with a user-friendly interface, SAP Business One serves as your central ERP hub with standard interfaces to internal and external data sources, handheld computers, CRM applications, and other leading analysis tools. Read more