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EXIM MENA

(R/3 Configuration Guide)


1. Define Document Types
You do this in Customizing for Logistics-General, under Tax on Goods Movements ->
Middle East and North Africa (MENA) -> Export-Import -> Letter of Credit and Bank
Guarantee -> Define Document Types.

2. Assign Document Types to Application Types


You do this in Customizing for Logistics-General, under Tax on Goods Movements ->
Middle East and North Africa (MENA) -> Export-Import -> Letter of Credit and Bank
Guarantee -> Assign Document Types to Application Types.

3. Define Letter of Credit Margin


You do this in Customizing for Logistics-General, under Tax on Goods Movements ->
Middle East and North Africa (MENA) -> Export-Import -> Letter of Credit and Bank
Guarantee -> Define Letter of Credit Margin.
4. Define Min/Max Amounts for Letter of Credit
You do this in Customizing for Logistics-General, under Tax on Goods Movements ->
Middle East and North Africa (MENA) -> Export-Import -> Letter of Credit and Bank
Guarantee -> Define Min/Max Amounts for Letter of Credit.

5. Define Bank Document Types


You do this in Customizing for Logistics-General, under Tax on Goods Movements ->
Middle East and North Africa (MENA) -> Export-Import -> Bank Details -> Define Bank
Document Types.
6. Define Bank Functions
You do this in Customizing for Logistics-General, under Tax on Goods Movements ->
Middle East and North Africa (MENA) -> Export-Import -> Bank Details -> Define Bank
Functions.

7. Define Bank Charges


You do this in Customizing for Logistics-General, under Tax on Goods Movements ->
Middle East and North Africa (MENA) -> Export-Import -> Bank Details -> Define Bank
Charges.
8. Determine Accounting Keys
You do this in Customizing for Logistics-General, under Tax on Goods Movements ->
Middle East and North Africa (MENA) -> Export-Import -> Determine Accounting Keys.

The system uses these settings to post accounting documents for letter of credit and
bank guarantee applications.
9. Maintain Number Ranges
You do this in Customizing for Logistics-General, under Tax on Goods Movements ->
Middle East and North Africa (MENA) -> Export-Import -> Maintain Number Ranges.

10. Define Agent Codes


You do this in Customizing for Logistics-General, under Tax on Goods Movements ->
Middle East and North Africa (MENA) -> Export-Import -> Workflow -> Define Agent
Codes.

The agent code is a unique code assigned to a workflow user who is authorized to
initiate a task and execute the relevant work item. The task definition contains the
possible agents of a task. In their absence, a task cannot be executed or started in
dialog.

11. Specify Process Types for Application Types


You do this in Customizing for Logistics-General, under Tax on Goods Movements ->
Middle East and North Africa (MENA) -> Export-Import -> Workflow -> Specify Process
Types for Application Types.
12. Define Workflow Levels and Approvers
You do this in Customizing for Logistics-General, under Tax on Goods Movements ->
Middle East and North Africa (MENA) -> Export-Import -> Workflow -> Define Workflow
Levels and Approvers.

In this view, you define the approver and the number of levels that an approval goes
through.

13. Create Custom-Specific Workflow


You do this in Customizing for Logistics-General, under Tax on Goods Movements ->
Middle East and North Africa (MENA) -> Export-Import -> Workflow -> BAdI: Create
Custom-Specific Workflow.
Use the BADI_TO_TRIGGER_WRKFLOW Business Add-In (BAdI) to design and
execute business processes within your SAP application system.