The field groups in the application used to define manual restrictions involve the definition of conditions. The conditions of a field group are regarded as satisfied if at least one defined value matches. If you do not define any conditions in a field group, the conditions of that field group are also regarded as satisfied. A manual restriction is always applied if at least one defined value from each completed field group matches.
Example: To define a restriction on financial transactions, enter a value limit and currency. Specify at least one country of departure or one country of consignee, destination, and buyer. Do not specify any goods attributes. If the total value of all a transaction’s items for the defined countries exceeds the limit, the restriction is applied.
Proceed as follows:
- You must have the EC master data maintenance role.
- The Manual restrictions overview shows a list of existing restrictions.
- If you mark the Superseding checkbox, your manual restriction can supersede an applicable legal provision. Use this option only if you wish to disable and customize a provision from the AEB data service. This option is available for EU partial embargoes and for the US EAR embargoes.
One case for applying the superseding restriction might be if a block of all deliveries to a country under partial embargo is too restrictive and you wish to redefine the block to apply only to specific goods from your article master. Note that if you disable an embargo from the data service in this manner, it is no longer reported in your export control check and you yourself are responsible for maintaining and updating your defined restriction.
- The manual restriction has now been created.
- It will now be considered for all export control checks that use this Compliance profile.
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