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Billing document was created with a wrong condition base value

Hi Team,

Happy New Year..... 😊

When i am creating a billing documnets with reference to the sales order or the delivery number the line item was wronglly updating with the 11 or 21 due to that the condition base values is getting doubled.

But this is happening only in the header net value and tax.

We are not able to replicate the same case in quality and this is not happening every time only 1 or 2 documents we are facing this king of issue.

when we checked in the billing documents it was created with the 11 or 21 line item, Normally this should not happen, It should create with the 10 or 20 the line item.

When we check in the condition record in KONV we are able to see 10 and 11 or 10,11 and 21 due to that it is geeting docubled the condition base value.

Please help us how can we resolve this issue.

Thanks and Regards,


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  • Posted on Jan 07, 2014 at 03:11 PM

    Hi Siva,

    To understand it in more details can you share the screen shot of Billing as well as referenced document and the condition tab details.



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      Pricing condition could get doubled for various reasons, It is most likely that some other valid condition got kicked in. As Suman mentioned please do share the screen short of the actual Billing and sales order conditions records to further analyze this issue.

      Best Regards

      Sunil Wawdhane

  • Posted on Jan 09, 2014 at 02:27 AM

    Hi Siva,

    try checking the condition type's pricing procedure to see if there are more than condition that's getting applied. as others mentioned posting screen shots would help



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