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AES Filing Questions About Schedule B Functionality (Doc ID 2343701.1)

Last updated on MAY 06, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Customs Management Cloud Service - Version 6.4.2 and later
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For AES filing, there is this regulation: if a trade transaction has an item that is classified with a US HTS that is non-reportable to AES, then the declaration should be filed with a Schedule B number instead. 

1. When a declaration is created, what GTM off-the-shelf functionality checks the item classification, determines whether the HTS is reportable, and sets the "Reporting Quantity" (classification type, code, qty, and UOM) on the declaration line to US HTS or Schedule B?

2. In the off-the-shelf GTM functionality, if the HTS is non-reportable and a Schedule B is not assigned to the item, what happens? Does some validation fail? If so, which one?

3. In the off-the-shelf GTM functionality, if the HTS is reportable and a Schedule B is also assigned to the item, which one is used?


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