If the legal regulation to be tested allows an individual examination of the material sheets and the material to be tested is marked as irrelevant for this legal instrument, the legal examination of this legal regulation is completed and subsequent ones can be examined. In this case, grouping that is not defined in the material master for these legal regulations does not cause the document line to be blocked by the system. The system checks whether the selected licenses can be used. If this is the case, the statutory audit is successful and the system can check the next law for the article. If not, the system sets the export block flag and checks the next item. If an item does not require an export license, the legal check on that item is complete and the system verifies the next item. The statutory audit lock is performed via the FTC system state 1 – 5. The system carries out checks for each legal regulation. It blocks the export of an item if legal regulations do not allow the export of that item. For example, if the system checks three pieces of legislation and the article consists of two of them, but the third does not allow export, this legal regulation blocks the export of the article. Delivery class: A – Application table with master and transaction data View/maintenance via SM30: Yes, but with restrictions Extension category i: Extensible (character type or numeric) More information on this and other SAP enhancement categories can be found here. The export control class and the grouping of this material and this legal regulation are determined from the legal control segment in the material sheet.

If the grouping is not retained for legal audit, the system locks the item and checks for the next item. Otherwise, the system determines the correct license type for consolidation and legal regulation. The most important trading partner for the check is the delivery partner and the export date is the desired delivery date in the order header. In order to support the decision-making process for the tests to be performed, the data needed for the tests is captured and managed. These are basic data such as export control class or indicators from various boycott lists. Once the legal check of an individual command line is complete, it is blocked or released. Some subsequent operations cannot be performed on a blocked item. The blocking process takes place in order processing using the FTC5 system state. Field C defines product-specific data (all data directly related to the material).

For the statutory audit to function smoothly and effectively, several controls are necessary. Whereas it is necessary to ensure the consistency of the control tables enabling judicial supervision to function properly; Controls must be defined to perform a legal audit at the item level. These checks determine whether a license selected in a file can actually be applied to a specific command line. The parameters that you must perform in the legal control system are divided into three task areas illustrated in the following graphic: Once the order is fully processed, the system totals the order lines assigned to licenses with an upper limit and updates the corresponding license masters. If individual items are stuck in the purchase order, you cannot create a delivery for those items. If you create an order-based delivery, the system performs a legal check again when you create the phases of delivery, picking, packaging and shipping of the goods. Statutory control is essentially an audit of material flows, i.e. a physical control of exported goods.

In addition to product- and country-specific controls, transaction-specific checks must be carried out, which depends on both the business transaction and the customer. If a license type is found, the system searches the license form for an appropriate license of that type. The country of destination of the export is determined from the address of the supplying party. If a different address is registered in the ordering or delivery process, this different address (and in particular the country) takes priority for regulatory control. SAP tables for legal auditing — the most relevant and popular tables are listed above. You can click a table to view additional information such as table structure, field names, SAP help/reference links, and more. You can also click the functional area to display all tables in this module/submodule. This process describes how the system checks items in sales documents (SD) against statutory audit requirements. If you change orders or deliveries after the statutory audit has already been carried out, the system automatically compares the values. This can be the export control class and groupings of the document and material master records for individual items. If they do not match, the system restarts the legal audit procedure for these elements and issues a protocol. Zone A contains the parameters of the various legal requirements.

If an item does not require an export permit, you can keep the exception information in the material master record in the Foreign Trade: Export Data form. If you call and save commands in edit mode without making any changes, the system does not perform any legal checks for document lines. Choose Sales Document Export License Redetermination. The export control is then carried out again in full after the document has been sent, if this is expressly required. The system determines whether a general embargo currently applies to the country of destination. If this is the case, the system sets the export block flag and checks the next item. If there is no embargo against the target country, the system checks whether the supplier party is included in a boycott list, for example the US SDN list. If so, it sets the export block flag and checks the next item. User outputs can be implemented prior to the system audit so that checks can be performed beyond the scope mentioned above. The system performs post-processing of sales orders and deliveries. The system checks embargoes and boycott lists.

Zone B defines country-specific data (special considerations for the destination country). MAEX is an SAP standard table used to store Material Master: Legal Control data and available in R/3 SAP Systems, depending on version and version. MAEX – Material Master: Legal Control MAERG – Material Master View: Forecast/Events MAEQ_HELD – Structure: main. Equip. Data according to Alloc. explosion MAEPV – Material Master View: Sales 2 MAEND – Structure for mass price changes in price calculation MAED1 – All fields of POPUPS in engineering change management.