Hi Teresa,

In come you can create Pro/Forma Invoices.  They can be created either from
the original order or from the shipment record.  You can store the US
Customs export ID in the company record so that it prints on all invoices.
If your require is to identify the origin of content at the component level
you can store the country of origin at the item level.

You can print which ever volumetric unit of measure you need by updating the
transaction unit of measure table in COM.

By using the "multi-language" in a creative way (i.e. Canadian can equal
"Export to Canada" you can print whatever descriptions, units of measure and
source coding that you require.

The only time you should have to consider having to program is if you have
to create a statement of source content like:  50% USA, 25% Japan, 10%

Then I'd use the user exits during pro-forma invoicing to do the calculation
from the item master records.

Kevin Fox

-----Original Message-----
From: Teresa Biby [mailto:TBiby@xxxxxxx] 
Sent: Tuesday, August 24, 2004 10:53 AM
To: 'mapics-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx'
Subject: US Certificate of Origin

Is anyone exporting items to other countries and having to create US
Certificate of Origin documentation?
Are you typing this info or have you automated with user exit?  If so, how?
Any help is greatly appreciated.
Teresa Biby

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