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ACES USER MANUAL ACCESS CONTROL LOGIC

ACES Automation of Central Excise and Service Tax User Manual

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For Access Control Logic Version: 1.2 Document dated: June 11, 2007 Submitted by: Wipro Infotech
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Revision History Version (x.yy) 1.0 Date of Revision Baselined Template for role creation Designatio n selection in user creation screen Transfer process for department al users Masters Changes in User Creation Removal of Transfer Process Removal of Change Password and Forgot Password Status Manageme nt Assessee Audit Trail Change Assessee Email Id Glossary Appendix Description of Change Reason for Change Affection Sections Approved by Sanjay Sur

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1.2 02/01/2009 New Sections requirement 2, 5, 6, 7, and new 8, 9, 10 screens Vikas Bhardwaj 2

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Table of Contents
1 2 Introduction ............................................................................................... 5 Activation of Users .................................................................................... 9 2.1 Description......................................................................................... 9 2.2 Navigational Path ............................................................................ 12 2.3 Approval Flow .................................................................................. 12 2.4 Operating Instructions...................................................................... 12 2.5 Button Description ........................................................................... 29 2.5.1 Save ......................................................................................... 29 2.5.2 Submit ...................................................................................... 29 2.5.3 Reset ........................................................................................ 29 2.5.4 Close ........................................................................................ 29 2.5.5 Modify ....................................................................................... 29 3 Creation of Role and Role Group............................................................ 30 3.1 Description....................................................................................... 30 3.2 Navigation Path ............................................................................... 30 3.3 Approval Flow .................................................................................. 30 3.4 Operating Instructions...................................................................... 30 3.5 Button Descriptions ......................................................................... 54 3.5.1 Save ......................................................................................... 54 3.5.2 Submit ...................................................................................... 54 3.5.3 Reset ........................................................................................ 54 3.5.4 Modify ....................................................................................... 54 3.5.5 Cancel ...................................................................................... 54 4 Status Management of Users ................................................................. 55 4.1 Description....................................................................................... 55 4.2 Navigation Path ............................................................................... 55 4.3 Approval Flow .................................................................................. 56 4.4 Operating Instructions...................................................................... 56 4.5 Button Descriptions ......................................................................... 60 4.5.1 Search ...................................................................................... 60 4.5.2 Close ........................................................................................ 60 4.5.3 Save ......................................................................................... 60 4.5.4 Clear ......................................................................................... 60 4.5.5 Cancel ...................................................................................... 60 5 Status Management of Assessees ......................................................... 61 5.1 Description....................................................................................... 61 5.2 Navigation Path ............................................................................... 61 5.3 Approval Flow .................................................................................. 61 5.4 Operating Instructions...................................................................... 62 5.5 Button Descriptions ......................................................................... 66 5.5.1 Search ...................................................................................... 66 5.5.2 Close ........................................................................................ 66 5.5.3 Save ......................................................................................... 66 5.5.4 Clear ......................................................................................... 66 5.5.5 Cancel ...................................................................................... 66

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5.5.6 Clear ......................................................................................... 66 6 Masters ................................................................................................... 67 6.1 Description....................................................................................... 67 6.2 Navigation Path ............................................................................... 67 6.3 Approval Flow .................................................................................. 67 6.4 Operating Instructions...................................................................... 67 6.5 Button Descriptions ......................................................................... 71 6.5.1 Submit ...................................................................................... 71 6.5.2 Search ...................................................................................... 71 6.5.3 Modify ....................................................................................... 71 7 Audit Trail................................................................................................ 72 7.1 Description....................................................................................... 72 7.2 Navigation Path ............................................................................... 72 7.3 Approval Flow .................................................................................. 72 7.4 Operating Instructions...................................................................... 72 7.5 Button Descriptions ......................................................................... 76 7.5.1 Search ...................................................................................... 76 7.5.2 Close ........................................................................................ 76 8 Change Email Id of Assessee ................................................................. 77 8.1 Description....................................................................................... 77 8.2 Navigation Path ............................................................................... 77 8.3 Approval Flow .................................................................................. 77 8.4 Operating Instructions...................................................................... 77 8.5 Button Descriptions ......................................................................... 80 8.5.1 Search ...................................................................................... 80 8.5.2 Close ........................................................................................ 80 8.5.3 Save ......................................................................................... 80 8.5.4 Reset ........................................................................................ 80 8.5.5 Cancel ...................................................................................... 80 8.5.6 Submit ...................................................................................... 80 8.5.7 Modify ....................................................................................... 80 9 Glossary ................................................................................................. 81 10 Appendices ......................................................................................... 82

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1 Introduction
ACES stands for Automation of Central Excise and Service Tax and is a project that brings under one centralized solution a very large set of procedures pertaining to the indirect taxes of Central Excise and Service Tax. ACES project is structured into different sections, herein called Modules. Central Excise domain of ACES consists of 10 modules while Service Tax domain consists of 7 modules. These modules are listed below alongwith their respective codes. Through out the ACES application, these module codes have been used for navigating the functionality of the application. Modules in the Central Excise Domain: Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

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Module Name Access Control Logic Registration Returns Provisional Assessment Exports Refunds Dispute Resolution Accounting* Claims and Intimations Audit Module Code ACL REG RET PRA EXP REF DSR ACC CLI AUD Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Module Name Access Control Logic Registration Returns Refunds Dispute Resolution Accounting* Audit Module Code ACL REG RET REF DSR ACC AUD 5

Modules in the Service Tax Domain:

* Accounting includes the backend batch processing, there is no separate module visible on the portal and is covered under RET as Running Account.

This document covers the Access Control Logic (ACL) module of ACES application.

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In ACES application, departmental users are activated and controlled centrally by the Access Control Logic (ACL) module. ACL also allows departmental users to control the status of Assessees. The ACL module is the interface to grant rights to the departmental users e.g. Chief Commissioner, Commissioner, JC/AD, AC/DC, DG (ST), Superintendent etc. There are two types of user profiles in ACL: Administrative users Normal users The Administrative users will use the functionality in ACL to control the activation and granting of rights to other normal users. The Administrative users are further classified as per following: HQ Administrators Commissionerate Administrators At first there would be a Boot Strap User, whose existence will be till he first logs in and creates the first HQ Administrator. Once he successfully creates the HQ Administrator, this boot Strap User would be blocked and newly created HQ Administrator will become operational and will be able to activate other users. HQ Administrator would have privileges to manage users across jurisdictions i.e. over multiple Commissionerates. HQ Administrator will activate administrative users for each Commissionerates. The Commissionerate Administrators are the Administrators for all the users for respective Commissionerate. The Commissionerate Administrator will activate users, only normal users, and assign rights for jurisdictions that fall under respective Commissionerate. Details on user activation process within the ACES have been described in the Chapter-2.

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Role: Role in ACES is a set of activities and jurisdiction being assigned to respective user. Example: AC-R (Assistant Commissioner Review Cell). One role can be associated with one or more Role-Groups. Role Group: Role Group is set of Roles clubbed in one Group. This is like multiple charges given to a departmental officer. Role-Group is a set of active roles that will inherit the jurisdiction of each role. Mapping between the Role and Role-Group can be depicted pictorially as under:

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Figure 1.1: Mapping between the Role and Role-Group Activity: Activity is the actual sub process level task within ACES that a user can perform. Example: Create SCN, View SCN, List SCN, Create PRA Order, Search new registrations etc. Jurisdiction: Jurisdiction is the set of Commissionerates, Divisions and Ranges. Example: Aurangabad- Ahmednagar- Shirampur. Sample lists of existing Commissionerates, Divisions and Ranges are annexed in the Appendix chapter of this user manual. 7

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ACL is the module in ACES where all activities and jurisdictions are assigned to the users. The Administrator in ACL creates a Role for a user and assigns the activities and jurisdictions to respective Role so that respective user can effectively function with specified subset of activities. Depending on the menu appearing under respective Module, the user can do various activities within ACES. The set of menu appearing for a respective user in turn is dependent upon the activities assigned to the user by the Administrator through the interface in ACL. The Administrator can create multiple Roles. A set of Roles are assigned to a Role-Group. The Administrator can then assign a user to the RoleGroup. Thus what happens is that the user gets the overall set of activities and jurisdictions assigned to the Roles in his Role-Group.

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2 Activation of Users
2.1 Description
In ACES Application, the activation of departmental users and access control are done using the ACL Module. The rights for the activation of the departmental users lie in the hands of the Administrators. In the ACL framework following different type of users have been envisaged: HQ Admin User HQ Admin user can activate HQ Administrative users HQ Normal users Commissionerate Administrators

The Activities for a HQ Admin user is depicted in following activity chart:


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Figure 2.1: Activities for the HQ Admin User

HQ Normal User HQ Normal users would be located at Chief Commissionerate and would be able to perform activities as assigned by the HQ Admin user. Examples of HQ Normal users are the Officers in Chief Commissioners Office, Officers in the directorates and in CBEC.

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Commissionerate Administrator User This user can activate Normal users for their own Commissionerate only. This user can not activate Normal users for other Commissionerates. The Commissionerate Administrator would not have any privileges for activating Admin users for their own or other Commissionerates. All activities of same user would be restricted within jurisdiction only. The Commissionerate Administrator undertakes the activity of activating users, assigning Roles to them, assigning jurisdiction and activities to Roles, then creation of Role Groups, mapping Roles to Role Groups and assigning of the users to the Role Groups. The Activities of the Commissionerate Admin user is depicted in following activity chart:

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Figure 2.2: Activities of the Commissionerate Admin User Commissionerate Normal user This user would be assigned activities or Role Group by the respective Commissionerate Admin user. The departmental user can access the ACES application using Single Sign-On (SSO) ID. Single Sign-On (SSO) is a method of access control that enables a user to login once and gain access to multiple applications, as authorized for, without being prompted to login again. The screen for accessing the application for departmental users is common, whether they are Normal users or Administrative users.

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Steps to Access the ACES: Click on either As User or As Administrator hyperlink to access the system as a user or as an administrator

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The ACL menu consists of items to activate users, create Role and Role Group. It also contains the items for the assigning / de-assigning of jurisdiction and activities to the Roles, status management of users/ assessee and Master maintenance. Steps to Access the ACL Options: Take the mouse pointer over ACL module Select the menu or sub menu from the ACL module

2.2 Navigational Path


The navigational path for the activation of HQ Users is: ACL Users Activate HQ Users The navigational path for the activation of Commissionerate users: ACL Users Activate Commissionerate Users

2.3 Approval Flow

In the ACL, activation of users and assigning of activities/ jurisdiction to the users does not involve any approval flow. It just requires the HQ Administrator or the Commissionerate Administrator to activate the users and assign them the appropriate jurisdiction and the activities.

2.4 Operating Instructions

A normal user becomes activate using following steps in ACL: Activate a user Assign Role Group to a user The HQ Administrator can activate another HQ Administrator or a Commissionerate Administrator. The Commissionerate Administrator in turn will activate the normal users and assign activities and jurisdiction to him. In addition, HQ Administrator can also activate normal users. The following are the described sections in the Operating Instructions: Activation of HQ Administrator Activation of HQ normal users by the HQ Administrator Activation of Commissionerate Administrator Activation of normal users by the Commissionerate Administrator Activation of HQ Administrator The activation of a HQ Administrator can be done by the following steps in the HQ Administrator login. Go to ACL Users Activate HQ Users

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Figure 2.5: Navigation Screen for activating HQ Admin users

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Figure 2.6: Search Screen to search the user to be activated Steps to be followed: Enter either First Name or select Designation from the drop down and click on Search to search the user to be activated. Search can be clicked directly without giving any input Select the user from the list to be activated, by clicking on Select

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Figure 2.7: Screen for Activation of HQ Administrator Steps to be followed: User details are auto-populated e.g. First, Middle and Last name, Designation, Email ID, Phone No (O), Mobile Number, Date of Joining, Date of Birth and Gender Select the user type from the drop down, to activate the user as a normal, an Admin user or both Click on Save to view the entered details on the confirmation page Clicking on Close will return the user to the last page

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Figure 2.8: Confirmation screen for the Activation of HQ Admin

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Steps to be followed: Click on Submit to save the data to the database and reach the response screen. Click on modify to modify the details entered for the user.

Figure 2.9: Response screen for the activation of HQ Admin User

Field Details for the Activation of HQ Administrator Field/Element Description Validation Example Name SSO ID 8 digits Auto-populated 80009146 Unique number for the user First Name First name of Auto-populated Ramesh the user being activated Middle Name Middle name Auto-populated Kumar of the user being activated Last Name Last name of Auto-populated Sachdeva the user being activated Designation Designation of Auto-populated Administrator the user being activated

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E- Mail ID The E-Mail of Auto-populated ramesh.sachdeva@aces. the user being gov.in activated Phone Number The office Auto-populated 2346074 Office phone number of the user Mobile number The mobile of Auto-populated 9818430742 the user Date of joining The date of Auto-populated 16/03/1992 joining of the user Date of Birth The date of Auto-populated 13/03/1965 birth of the user Gender The gender of Auto-populated Male the user. Male/ Female User Type Type of the To be selected Admin user i.e. User, from a drop down Admin, User & Admin Table 2.1 Field details for the activation of HQ Administrator

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Activation of HQ Normal Users The activation of a HQ Normal Users can be done by the following steps in the HQ Administrator login. Go to ACL Users Activate HQ Users

Figure 2.10: Navigation Screen for activating HQ Normal users

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Figure 2.11: Search Screen to search the user to be activated

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Steps to be followed: Enter either First Name or select Designation from the drop down and click on Search to search the user to be activated. Search can be clicked directly without giving any input Select the user from the list to be activated, by clicking on Select

Figure 2.12: Screen for Activation of HQ Normal User Steps to be followed: User details are auto-populated e.g. First, Middle and Last name, Designation, Email ID, Phone No (O), Mobile Number, Date of Joining, Date of Birth and Gender Select the user type from the drop down, to activate the user as a normal user Click on Save to view the entered details on the confirmation page Clicking on Close will return the user to the last page

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Figure 2.13: Confirmation screen for Activation of HQ Normal User Steps to be followed: Click on Submit to save the data to the database and reach the confirmation screen. Click on modify to modify the details entered for the user.

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Figure 2.14: Response screen for Activation of HQ Normal User

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Field Details for the Activation of HQ User Field/Element Description Validation Example Name SSO ID 8 digits Auto-populated 80009146 Unique number for the user First Name First name of Auto-populated Ramesh the user being activated Middle Name Middle name Auto-populated Kumar of the user Last Name Last name of Auto-populated Sachdeva the user Designation Designation of Auto-populated Administrator the user E- Mail ID The E-Mail of Auto-populated ramesh.sachdeva@aces. the user gov.in Phone Number The office Auto-populated 2346074 Office phone number of the user Mobile number The mobile Auto-populated 9818430742 number of the user Date of joining The date of Auto-populated 16/03/1992 joining of the user Date of Birth The date of Auto-populated 13/03/1965 birth of the user Gender The gender of Auto-populated Male the user. Male/ Female User Type Type of the To be selected User user i.e. from a drop down. User/Admin/U ser & Admin Table 2.2 Field details for activation of HQ Normal User

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Activation of Commissionerate Administrator The activation of a Commissionerate Administrator can be done by the following steps using the HQ Administrator login in ACL. Go to: ACL Users Activate Commissionerate Administrator

Figure 2.15: Navigation Screen for activating Comm. Admin users

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Figure 2.16: Search Screen to search the user to be activated

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Steps to be followed: Enter either First Name or select Designation from the drop down and click on Search to search the user to be activated. Search can be clicked directly without giving any input Select the user from the list to be activated, by clicking on Select

Figure 2.17: Screen for Activation of Comm. Admin users Steps to be followed: User details are auto-populated e.g. First, Middle and Last name, Designation, Email ID, Phone No (O), Mobile Number, Date of Joining, Date of Birth and Gender Select the user type from the drop down, to activate the user as a normal, an Admin user or both Click on Save to view the entered details on the confirmation page Clicking on Close will return the user to the last page

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Figure 2.18: Confirmation screen of Activation of Comm. Admin users Steps to be followed: Click on Submit to save the data to the database and reach the confirmation screen Click on modify to modify the details entered for the user

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Figure 2.19: Response screen for activation of Comm. Admin Users

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Field Details for the activation Commissionerate Administrator screen Field/Element Name SSO ID Description 8 digits Unique number for the user Name of the Commissionerate First name of the user Middle name of the user Last name of the user Designation of the user The E-Mail of the user The office phone number of the user The mobile number of the user The date of joining of the user The date of birth of the user The gender of the user. Male/ Female Type of the user i.e. User/Admin Validation Autopopulated Autopopulated Autopopulated Autopopulated Autopopulated Autopopulated Autopopulated Autopopulated Autopopulated Autopopulated Autopopulated Autopopulated Example 80009146

Commissionerate First Name Middle Name Last Name Designation E- Mail ID

CHANDIGARH Harish Kanwar Singh Administrator

Phone Number Office Mobile number

Date of joining

Date of Birth Gender

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To be User selected from a drop down Table 2.3 Field details for activation of Comm. Admin users

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Activation of normal users by the Commissionerate Administrator The normal user can be activated by the Commissionerate Administrator using following stops: Go to: ACL Users Activate Commissionerate Users

Figure 2.20: Navigation Screen for activating Comm. Normal users

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Figure 2.21: Search Screen to search the user to be activated Steps to be followed: Enter either First Name or select Designation from the drop down and click on Search to search the user to be activated. Search can be clicked directly without giving any input Select the user from the list to be activated, by clicking on Select

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Figure 2.22: Screen for Activation of Comm. Normal User

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Steps to be followed: Name of Commissionerate alongwith the user details are autopopulated e.g. First, Middle and Last name, Designation, Email ID, Phone No (O), Mobile Number, Date of Joining, Date of Birth, Gender and SSO ID Select the user type to activate the user as a normal. Click on Save to view the entered details on the confirmation page Clicking on Close will return the user to the last page

Figure 2.23: Confirmation screen of Activation of Comm. Normal user Steps to be followed: Click on Submit to save the data to the database and reach the confirmation screen Click on modify to modify the details entered for the user

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Figure 2.24: Response screen for the activation of Comm. Normal User

Field Details for the activate User screen Field/Element Description Validation Name SSO ID 8 digits Unique Auto-populated number for the user Commissionerate The Auto-populated Commissionerate is auto populated First Name First name of the Auto-populated user Middle Name Middle name of Auto-populated the user Last Name Last name of the Auto-populated user Designation Designation of Auto-populated the user E- Mail ID The E-Mail of the Auto-populated user Phone Number The office phone Auto-populated Office number of the user Mobile number The mobile Auto-populated number of the user Date of joining The date of Auto-populated

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43120012

CHANDIGARH

Kamal Kumar Verma Superintendent kamal.verma@ace s.gov.in 2346074

9971185633

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joining of the user Date of Birth The date of birth Auto-populated 17/03/1956 of the user Gender The gender of Auto-populated Male the user. Male/ Female Table 2.4 Field details for the activation of Comm. Normal User

2.5 Button Description


2.5.1 Save
Click on the save button to view the details entered on the Activate User form

2.5.2 Submit

Click on the submit button to enter the details permanently into the database

2.5.3 Reset 2.5.4 Close

The reset button will reset the field values to their initial values

Clicking on Close will return the user to the last page

2.5.5 Modify

Click on modify to modify the details entered for the user

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3 Creation of Role and Role Group


3.1 Description
The activities and jurisdictions are attached to the Role in the ACL. A set of roles are assigned to the Role Group. The user is then assigned a Role Group. The Role Group hence contains the mapping to the activities and jurisdictions.

3.2 Navigation Path


The navigation path for creation of a role is as follows: ACL Role Create The Navigation path for Assigning of Jurisdiction to the role is as follows: ACL Assign/ DeAssign Role-HQ Jurisdictions The Navigation path for Assigning of Activities to the role is as follows: ACL Assign/ DeAssign Role-Activities The navigation path for creation of a Role Group is as follows: ACL RoleGroup Create The Navigation path for Assigning Role Group to a user is as follows: ACL Assign/ DeAssign User-Role Group

3.3 Approval Flow

The creation of role and role group and assigning of activities and jurisdiction to the users does not involve any approval flow. It just requires the HQ Administrator or the Commissionerate Administrator to create the role and assign the appropriate jurisdiction and the activities.

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3.4 Operating Instructions


The following are the described sections in the Operating Instructions: Creation of a Role Assigning of Jurisdiction to a Role Assigning of activities to a Role Creation of a Role Group and assigning of Role to the Role Group Assigning Role-Group to the user

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Creation of a Role Post activation of the user on the ACL, the Administrator has to create a Role for the user. To facilitate quick creation of roles, standard templates are provided in the dropdown for the Administrator while creating roles. This reduces the effort of mapping module wise activities with a role. Using templates the module specific activities are automatically assigned to a role. To create a role, go to the Role Create option in the menu.

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Steps to be followed: Enter the Role name Select the appropriate Template from the dropdown Enter the description for the Role in the Role Description Click on Save to view the entered details on the confirmation screen Click on Clear to clear the contents of the fields Click on Cancel button to cancel the process of Role Creation

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Field Details for the create Role screen Field/Element Name Description Validation Example Role Name The name of the No validations Superintendent Role being are performed of Chandigarh created by the system I Template The template No validations Superintendent name is same are performed as the standard by the system designation. Based on selected template the module-activities associated with the template shall be associated with the role Role Description Description of No validations Superintendent the Role being are performed of Chandigarh created by the system I role Table 3.1 Field details for the creation of Role

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Figure 3.3: Confirmation view for the creation of Role Steps to be followed: Click on Submit to submit the details entered to the Database. Click on Modify to modify the details. Click on Cancel to cancel Role creation process.

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Figure 3.4: Response screen for the creation of Role The above Response screen denotes the successful creation of the role. After the creation of the Role the user has to assign the jurisdiction and activities to the Role. This can be done via Assign/DeAssign sub-menu of ACL.

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Assigning Jurisdiction to a Role The assigning of jurisdiction to a Role can be done by the following steps: ACL Assign/DeAssign Role-HQ Jurisdictions

Figure 3.5: Navigation Path for Assign / De-Assign Jurisdictions to Role

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Figure 3.6: Search screen for Role to be assigned Jurisdictions

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Steps to be followed: Enter the Role Name or Role Description in the respective fields and press Search to view the Role list Searching without entering role or role description lists up all the roles for which jurisdiction to be assigned To get the assignment screen click on the hyperlink of the Role name To close the search screen and cancel the assignment of Role to jurisdiction click on Close

Field details on the search Screen for assigning Jurisdiction to role Field/Element Name Role Name Description Validation Example The name of the No validations Superintendent Role being are performed of Chandigarh created by the system I Role Description Description of No validations Superintendent the Role being are performed of Chandigarh created by the system I role Table 3.2 Field details for the creation of Role

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Figure 3.7: Screen for Assigning of Commissionerate to the Role Steps to be followed: Click on the check boxes to select the Commissionerates To clear the selection click on the clear button To cancel the process of assigning of Jurisdiction to the Role click on the Cancel button To go to the next screen to Assign Division click on Next 37

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Figure 3.8: Screen for Assigning of Divisions to the Role Steps to be followed: Click on the check boxes against the Divisions to select the division for assignment To clear the selection click on the clear button To cancel the process of assigning of Jurisdiction to the Role click on the Cancel button To go to the next screen to Assign ranges click on Next button To go to the previous screen click on Previous button

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Figure 3.9: Screen for Assigning of Ranges to the Role

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Steps to be followed: Click on the check boxes against the Range to select the Range for assignment To clear the selection click on the clear button To cancel the process of assigning of Jurisdiction to the Role click on the Cancel button To go to the confirmation screen click on Save button To go to the previous screen click on Previous button

Figure 3.10: Confirmation screen for assigning of jurisdiction to the Role Steps to be followed: Click on Submit to submit the data to the Database. Click on Modify to modify the assigned jurisdiction to the Role. Click on Cancel to cancel the process of assigning of Jurisdiction to the Role.

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Figure 3.11: Response screen for the Assigning of jurisdiction to Role The above Response screen denotes the successful mapping of jurisdiction to the respective role.

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Assigning of activities to a Role The assigning of activities to a Role can be done by the following steps: ACL Assign/ DeAssign Role-Activities

Figure 3.12: Navigation Path for Assign / De-Assign Activities to Role Standard template will fetch the activities under each module and this activity of Assign/ De-assign of activities need not be exercise if the activities under standard template will serve the purpose. This option is used only when there is a need for activities to be further assigned/ deassigned to a role outside the default set of activities.

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Steps to be followed: Enter the Role Name or Role Description in the respective fields and click on Search button to view the Role list Searching without entering role or role description lists up all the roles for which activities to be assigned To get the assignment screen click on the hyperlink of the Role name To close the search screen and cancel the assignment of Role to activities click on Close

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Figure 3.14: Screen for selecting the activity for Role

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Steps to be followed: Select the name of module i.e. activity from the dropdown Click on Go after selecting the module in the Module Name field Click on Cancel button to cancel assignment of activities to Roles Click on Clear button to clear the selection

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Steps to be followed: Click on Go after selecting the module in the Module Name field Click on the check boxes corresponding to the activity to assign the Activity to the Role Click on Save to view the assigned Activities on the confirmation screen Click on Reset the reset the contents of the screen Click on Cancel to cancel the Assignment of activities to Roles Selected activities from this screen would directly get reflected in terms of menu options available once the user successfully logs-in into the application. On Clicking Save button, system takes the user to the confirmation screen as shown on the subsequent page:

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Figure 3.16: Confirmation screen for Assigning activities to Role Steps to be followed: Click on Submit button to submit the Activity assignment details to the database. Click on Modify button to modify the assigning of activities to Role. Click on Cancel button to cancel the process of assigning of activities to Role. 45

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On clicking the Submit button system assigns activities to the role and confirm with a message on response page as shown under:

Figure 3.17: Assign activities to Role response screen In case the user wishes to assign right for multiple modules, user has repeat the same process by clicking ACL Assign/ DeAssign RoleActivities where he will first search and select the role to which he wants to assign the activities. He will then choose the desired module from the Module Name drop down and repeat the assignment activity process.

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Create a Role-Group and assigning of the Role to Role-Group Creation of Role Group and the Assignment of the Role to the Role Group are done by accessing the menu option ACL RoleGroup Create.

On this screen system displays all the available roles in the respective Commissionerate of the Administrative User.

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Figure 3.18: Navigation Path for Create Role Group

Figure 3.19: Screen for the Creation of a Role-Group, and assigning of a Role to the Role-Group

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Steps to be followed: Click on Save to view the Creation of Role Group on the confirmation screen. Put a check mark on the check box near to the Roles to be assigned to the Role Group being created. Click on Clear to clear the contents of the screen of Create Role Group. Click on cancel to cancel the creation of the Role Group.

Field Details for the create Role Group screen Field/Element Name Group Name Description Validation Example The name of the No validations SP Role Group Role-Group are performed being created by the system Group Description Description of No validations SP Role Group the Role-Group are performed Description being created by the system Table 3.3 Field details for the creation of Role Group

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Figure 3.20: Confirmation screen for the creation of the Role-Group and assigning of the Role to the Role-Group Steps to be followed: Click on Submit to submit the created Role Group to the database. Click on modify to modify the created Role Group. Click on Cancel to cancel the process of Creation of Role Group.

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On clicking Submit button, system takes the user to the response page shown as under:

Figure 3.21: Response screen for the creation of Role-Group

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Assigning of user to the Role-Group To make a user active its important to assign the user to a Role Group. If a user does not have a Role Group assigned to him/her then the user is not considered Active. The user is able to Login only after the assignment of a Role Group.

Figure 3.22: Navigation Screen for assigning of user to the Role Group

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Figure 3.24: Selection of Role Group from the dropdown Steps to be followed: Select the Role Group in the drop down which you want to assign to the user you have already created. Click on Save to view the confirmation screen for the assignment of User to Role Group.

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Figure 3.25: Confirmation screen for Assigning of user to the Role Group Steps to be followed: Click on Submit to submit the assigning of User to Role-Group information.

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Click on modify to modify the assigning of user to Role-Group information. Click on Cancel to cancel the process. On clicking the Submit button, system takes the user to the response page shown as under:

Figure 3.26: Response screen assigning of user to the Role Group After the assigning of the Role Group to the user the user becomes active. The user can be logged in only after he is active. Thus its important to ensure that the created user is active before the user is able to log in.

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3.5 Button Descriptions


3.5.1 Save
Click on the save button to view the details entered on the Create Role/Role Group form.

3.5.2 Submit
Click on the submit button to enter the details permanently into the database.

3.5.3 Reset
The reset button will reset the field values to their initial values.

3.5.4 Modify

The Modify button will allow modifying the role group entered.

3.5.5 Cancel

The cancel button will cancel the process of the creation of Role/RoleGroup and take the user back to the home page screen.

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4 Status Management of Users


4.1 Description
Status Management process is the process which deals with the status management of departmental users. This helps in activating users and also allows the administrator to de-activate or block any user as the situation may arise in due course of ACES usage. The Commissionerate Administrator can block any active user and can deactivate any transferred or a non-existing user. Since in ACES deletion of user record option is not present, any unwanted user can be deactivated using the Status Management. Possible Status for any given user can be:

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Activated: When jurisdiction is assigned to role, activities are assigned to role and roles are assigned to a role group and this role group is assigned to the user, the status becomes active and upon logging in user can see the menu (activities) as assigned by the Administrator. De-activated: When user is leaving from the System or no more required, Administrator can deactivate this user. This is same as deleting the user, you can say it soft delete. Details will remain in System for reference but cannot be used for any processing. Such users can not participate in the workflow. Blocked: The users with blocked status can participate in the workflow but cannot access the system.

4.2 Navigation Path


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4.3 Approval Flow

There is no approval flow involved in this process.

4.4 Operating Instructions

Using the Status Management process Commissionerate Administrative user can perform following activities: Activate a User De-activate a User Block a user Using the Menu option ACL-Status Management, Commissionerate Administrator can select any user whose status needs to be managed as per the requirements. For the user with status as mentioned in the 1st column of the table, the status can be changed to the status as mentioned with a in column 2, column 2 and column 4. For example, the active user can only be blocked and deactivated. Active Blocked De-Active

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Active Blocked De-Active Table 4.1 Valid Change of Status in Status Management

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Status Management for an Active User Steps to be followed: Search the list of users using the Menu Option ACL Status Management Users Click on the Hyperlink for SSO ID

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For a user with Active Status, when selected under Status Management Users, the options that will appear under Account Status menu would be BLOCKED and DEACTIVE. Select the account status (DEACTIVATE/BLOCKED). Click on Save Button for Saving the Change in Status.

If the Administrative user wants to de-activate any user, one has to select DEACTIVATE option from drop down list and click on save button. Using this option any Active user can only be de-activated. Similarly If the Administrative user wants to block any user, one has to select BLOCKED option from drop down list and click on save button. Status management of a De-Activated user Once the Status of an Active user is changed to DEACTIVATE/ BLOCKED, the user can be ACTIVATED using the Status Management option again.

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Figure 4.3: Status Management for an Active User

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Figure 4.4: Status Management for a De-activated User Steps to be followed: Select the account status (ACTIVATE). Click on Save Button for Saving the Change in Status. Status management of a Blocked user

If the Administrative user wants to activate any Blocked user, using the Status Management option the status of the said user can be activated by changing Account Status to ACTIVATE. The user with blocked status would not be able to login to ACES Application.

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4.5 Button Descriptions


4.5.1 Search

Click on Search button to Search list of users to perform Status Management using First Name and Designation search criteria.

4.5.2 Close

Click on Close Button to close the Search operation in Status Management.

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4.5.3 Save
Click on Save button, to save the updated user status.

4.5.4 Clear
Click on Clear button, to reset the selected Account Status.

4.5.5 Cancel
Click on Cancel button to cancel the process of the Manage User Status. This brings the user back to the home page screen.

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5 Status Management of Assessees


5.1 Description
This process allows the administrator to activate or block any assessee as the situation may arise in due course of ACES usage. Possible Status for any given user can be: Blocked: When user has entered incorrect User ID or Password for logging into system for 5 consecutive times, the status automatically becomes blocked. Administrator can also change the status to Blocked intentionally, in case he does not want Assessee to access the system for further use.

5.2 Navigation Path

The navigation path for accessing Status Management is as under: ACL Status Management Assessee

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Activate: In case profile of assessee is blocked, he can request Administrator to activate his profile and regenerate the password.

Figure 5.1: Status Management Assessee Navigation Screen

5.3 Approval Flow


There is no approval flow involved in this process.

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Using the Status Management process Administrative user can perform following activities: Activate a User Block a user Using the Menu option ACL-Status Management Assessee, Administrator can select any Assessee whose status needs to be managed as per the requirements. If the Administrative user wants to activate any Assessee, he has to select ACTIVATE option from drop down list and click on save button. Similarly, if the Administrative user wants to block any Assessee, he has to select BLOCKED option from drop down list and click on save button. Once the status of an active Assessee is changed to BLOCKED, the user can be ACTIVATED using the Status Management Assessee option again.

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Steps to be followed: Search the list of users using the Menu Option ACL Status Management Assessee Click on the Hyperlink for Business Name / Unit Name.

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For a user with Active Status, when selected under Status Management Assessee, the options that will appear under Account Status menu would be BLOCKED. Select the account status (ACTIVATE/BLOCKED). Click on Save Button for Saving the Change in Status.

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Figure 5.3: Status Management Assessee Status Screen

Figure 5.4: Status Management for a Blocked User Steps to be followed: Select the account status (ACTIVATE).

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Click on the check box if password is to be regenerated Click on Clear Button to reset the inputs given. Click on Cancel Button to cancel the process.

Figure 5.5: Confirmation screen for updating the user profile Steps to be followed: Click on Submit button to save the data and reach to the response screen. Click on Modify Button to modify the details input in last screen. Click on Cancel Button to cancel the process.

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Figure 5.6: Response Screen after updating the user profile

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5.5.1 Search
Click on Search button to search list of assessee.

5.5.2 Close
Click on Close Button to close the search operation.

5.5.3 Save
Click on Save button, to save the updated assessee status.

5.5.4 Clear
Click on Clear button, to reset the selected account Status.

5.5.5 Cancel

Click on Cancel button to cancel the process of the Manage User Status. This brings the user back to the home page screen.

5.5.6 Clear

Click on Submit button to save the data and reach to the response screen.

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6 Masters
6.1 Description
Masters in ACES, privileged users can update (create, modify or delete) the master entries.

6.2 Navigation Path


The navigation path for accessing Masters screens is as under: Login Screen ACL Masters

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Figure 6.1: Screen to maintain master entries

6.3 Approval Flow


There is no approval flow involved in this process.

6.4 Operating Instructions


Using the Masters privileged users can create, modify or delete the master entries in the following masters: Commissioner Master Division Master Range Master TR-6 Challan

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Notification Entry Notification Approval Cross Credit Utilization Taxable Service Master Interest Rate Master CETSH Master Modify Master Tariff Master CETSH Covered Under Compounded Levy Scheme Duty Head Mapping Job Scheduling Duty Head

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Clicking on search button will show following page. User needs to click on the hyperlinked Commissionerate name to modify its name on next page.

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Figure 6.4: Screen for selecting the desired Commissionerate

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Figure 6.5: Screen for modifying the Commissionerates details Steps to be followed: Enter the details which you want to modify Click on save to see the changes made on next page

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Figure 6.6: Confirmation Screen for modifying the details

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6.5.1 Submit
Click on Submit to submit the entered details.

6.5.2 Search
Click to search the desired fields.

6.5.3 Modify
Click on modify to edit the desired fields.

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7 Audit Trail
7.1 Description
Audit Trail functionality maintains the history of activities assigned to departmental users by the Administrator in ACES. This history can be viewed by HQ Administrative users or Commissionerate Admin users.

7.2 Navigation Path


The navigation path for accessing Audit Trail screens is as under: Login Screen ACL Audit -Trail

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Figure 7.1: Screen to view Audit Trail

7.3 Approval Flow


There is no approval flow involved in this process.

7.4 Operating Instructions


Using the Audit Trail, Administrators can view the activity wise and user wise audit trail reports. Activity wise Audit Report: The navigation path for viewing the activity wise audit trail report is: Login Screen ACL Audit Trail Activity Wise

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Figure 7.2: Screen to enter the inputs to view Activity wise Report Steps to be followed: Select a module from the Module Name dropdown and click on GO icon to select activity, the selected activity appears against the Activity Name just below the dropdown Select the Commissionerate, Division and Range from the respective dropdowns Select the From Date and To Date for which report is required Click on Search to view the records

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Figure 7.3: Screen showing Activity wise Audit Trail Report User wise Audit Report: The navigation path for viewing the user wise audit trail report is: Login Screen ACL Audit Trail User Details

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Steps to be followed: Select the Commissionerate, Division and Range from the respective dropdowns First Name and Designation are not mandatory selection Click on Search to view the records Click on Close to go back to the previous screen

Figure 7.5: Screen showing the list of users modified Steps to be followed: Select the From Date and To Date for which report is required Select the radio button and click on Search button to view the records of particular user Click on Close to go back to the previous screen

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Figure 7.6: Screen showing User wise Audit Trail Report

7.5 Button Descriptions


7.5.1 Search 7.5.2 Close

Click on Search to view the records

Click on Close button to go back to the previous screen

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8 Change Email Id of Assessee


8.1 Description
In case the email address provided by existing Assessee was not valid, he does not receive any information regarding the TPIN and password from the department. In such cases, he may approach Commissionerate Administrative user of his jurisdiction to get the email address corrected.

8.2 Navigation Path


The navigation path for accessing Change EmailId of Assessee screens is as under: Login Screen

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Figure 8.1: Screen to access Change EmailId of Assessee

8.3 Approval Flow


There is no approval flow involved in this process.

8.4 Operating Instructions


Using this functionality, Commissionerate Administrative user can change the email id of the assessee on the request.

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Figure 8.2: Screen to enter the inputs to view the list of Assessee Steps to be followed: Enter either Business/ Unit Name or Registration Number and click on Search button to view the list of Assessee Search can be clicked directly without giving any input Click on the Login Id hyperlink to select the Assessee To go to the previous screen, click on the Close button

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Figure 8.3: Screen for changing the email address of the Assessee

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Steps to be followed: Enter the new email address in the text box Click on the Save button to save the email address in database Click on Reset button the reset the email address Click on Cancel button to cancel the process of changing email address and go back to the homepage

Figure 8.4: Confirmation Screen for changing the email address Steps to be followed: Click on Submit button to change the email address To still modify the email address click on the Modify button Click on Cancel button to cancel the process of changing email address and go back to the homepage

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Figure 8.5: Response Screen after changing email address of Assessee

8.5 Button Descriptions


8.5.1 Search 8.5.2 Close 8.5.3 Save

Click on Search to view the records

Click on Close button to go back to the previous screen

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Click on the Save button to save the email address in database

8.5.4 Reset
Click on Reset button the reset the email address

8.5.5 Cancel
Click on Cancel button to cancel the process of changing email address and go back to the homepage

8.5.6 Submit
Click on Submit button to change the email address

8.5.7 Modify
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9 Glossary
ACES ACC ACL AUD CLI DSR EXP HQ Menu Automation of Central Excise and Service Tax Accounting Access Control Logic Audit Claims and Intimations Dispute Resolution Exports Head Quarter Options shown while clicking on different modules i.e. ACL, REG, RET etc. ACES project is structured into different sections, herein called Modules e.g. ACL, RET Provisional Assessment Refunds Registration Returns Show Cause Notice Options shown under Menu while taking mouse pointer to the Menu

Modules PRA REF REG RET SCN Submenu

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10 Appendices
In this chapter, sample list of data has been provided. This sample data may not be up-to-date and may vary with the existing data in system. Appendix-I: Sample list of Commissionerates Appendix-II: Sample list of Divisions Appendix-III: Sample list of Ranges

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Appendix-I: Sample List of Commissionerates Ahmedabad-I Hyderabad-I Mysore Ahmedabad-II Hyderabad-II Nagpur Ahmedabad-III Hyderabad-III Nasik Allahabad Hyderabad-IV Noida Aurangabad Indore Panchkula Bangalore (Service Tax) Jaipur-I Patna Bangalore-I Jaipur-II Pondicherry Bangalore-II Jalandhar Pune-I Bangalore-III Jammu & Kashmir Pune-II Belapur Jamshedpur Pune-III Belgaum Kanpur Raigarh Bhavnagar Kolkata Raipur Bhopal Kolkata-I Rajkot Bhubaneshwar-I Kolkata-II Ranchi Bhubaneshwar-II Kolkata-III Rohtak Bolpur Kolkata-IV Salem ST Commissionerate Calicut Kolkata-V Ahmedabad ST Commissionerate Chandigarh Kolkata-VI Chennai ST Commissionerate Chennai-I Kolkata-VII Mumbai ST Commissionerate Chennai-II LTU Bangalore New Delhi Chennai-III LTU Chennai Shillong Chennai-IV LTU Delhi Siliguri Cochin LTU Kolkata Surat-I Coimbatore LTU Mumbai Surat-II Customs Commissionerates Lucknow Thane-I Daman Ludhiana Thane-II Delhi-I Madurai Tiruchirapalli Delhi-II Mangalore Tirunelveli Delhi-III Meerut-I Tirupati Delhi-IV Meerut-II Trivandrum Dibrugarh Mumbai-I Vadodara-I Ghaziabad Mumbai-II Vadodara-II Goa Mumbai-III Vapi Guntur Mumbai-IV Visakhapatnam-I Haldia Mumbai-V Visakhapatnam-II

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Appendix-II: Sample List of Divisions Balasore Bangalore B Bangalore Ahmedabad-Ii Vatva-I Customs Ahmedabad-Iii Vatva-II Bangalore-A Ahmedabad-Iv Narol Bangalore-C Ahmedabad-V Service Tax & LOC Bangalore-D Ahmedabad-Vi Bangalore-E1 Ahmedhnagar Bangalore-E2 Air Cargo Complex (UB) Trivandrum Bangalore-I Air Cargo Complex Hyderabad Bangalore-II Air Customs Trivandrum Bangalore-IV Ajmer Barasat Alibaug Bardhaman Aligarh Bareilly Allahabad-I Barracpkpur Allahabad-II Behala Alwar Behrampur Ambala Belapur-I Agra Ahmedabad-I Rakhial Amravati Amritsar Anand Belapur-II

Bhopal-I Bhopal-II Bhubaneswar Bhuj Bhyandar Bilaspur Bishnupur Boisar Boisar-I Boisar-II Borivali Budge-Budge-I Budge-Budge-II Calcutta - A Calcutta - H Cannanore Central _II Division Central Division_I Central Excise Division-V Central Excise Division-VI Central Excise Division-VII Central Excise Division-VIII Central_III Division Central_IV Chandan Nagore-I Chandan Nagore-II Chandernagore Chandigarh - I Chandrapur Changlepet Chembur Chembur-I Chembur-II Chennai Customs Faridabad-II Faridabad-III

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Appendix-III: Sample List of Ranges Abohar Hadapsar-I Abu Road Hadapsar-II A-Davangere Hajipur Adityapur-I Haldwani Adityapur-II Haldwani-I Badarpur Jabalpur-I Badaun Jabalpur-II Bagalkot Jabalpur-III Bahadurgarh Jagadhari Bahadurgarh-I Jagadhari-I Cambay Kaliachak Cannanore-I Kaliachak-I Cannanore-II Kaliachak-II Cannanore-III Kalimpong Chakradharpur Kallakurichi Dalmia Nagar-I Lakhimpur Dalmia Nagar-II Lakshmipuram Dalmia Puram Lathikata Daman-I Latur Daman-II Leased Circuit- IV Ekkaduthangal Machilipatnam Elayiram Pannai Machiwara Electronic City Madanapalli Ellayirampannai-II Madhubani Eloor Range Madhupur Firozabad Nagaon Forbesganj Nagar Road-I Foreign Exchange Brokers (Group-I) Nagar Road-II Foreign Post Office Srinagar Nagda-I Forward Contract Services (Group-V) Nagda-II Gagalheri Oil Installation-I Gaganpahad Oil Installation-II Gairkata Ongole Gajraula-I Ooty Opinion Poll Services Gajraula-II (Group-Ix)

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Orai Ottapalam Padi Padrauna Paithan Palai Palanpur Palasa Palavakkam Palayam Kottai Pallavaram Pallavaram-II Raichur Raiganj Court Raiganj-I Raiganj-II Raigarh Rajagangpur Rajam Rajapalayam-I Rajapalayam-II Rajapalayam-III Saharanpur Sahebganj Sahibabad-I Sahibabad-II Sahibabad-III Thiruthangal Thiruthangal-I Thiruthangal-II Thiruvalla Thiruvalla-I Uppal I Uppal - II