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Issue with NETP rounding condition

Hi All,

We are facing an issue with NETP , the rounding solution from SAP. Please let me know if anyone has faced a similar issue, and what your solution was.

Rounding condition NETP has wrong value in scenarios where we have a combination of fixed value header discount and item discounts

We use “variant 2 “of the NETP functionality to mitigate rounding issues. Recently we introduced a header level discount, of type fixed amount, and noticed that the discount is being added back to the item value through NETP. So for a particular item if the value of the header discount, applied is -$20, NETP will have a value of +$20 that nullifies the header discount.

This happens only if there is another discount or surcharge at item level. We found that once the header discount is added, pricing is invoked several times

In the first few calls NETP does get adjusted, but as the item level value of the header discount has not been yet calculated by SAP, the nettopreis variable is not being updated by the discount rate( this happens within the formula we have on the header discount condition).

In latter cycles, when nettopreis is being adjusted, NETP value is not being updated (as the values in XKOMV are being reset using rettkomv after NETP formula).

Thanks in advance,


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  • Posted on Sep 06, 2013 at 09:21 AM


    Please, see SAP Note 80183 - Rounding and its recommendations around NETP condition.

    I hope this helps you



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