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Relevance of Requirement in a step without conditiontype in pricing procedure

Hi Gurus,

I came across a pricing procedure in my project where requirement routine 2 is assigned in a step which says sub-total. I see the value as 0 against sub-total in all documents.

I would like to know what does it means here and why values are 0 in the documents.

Thanks

Rama

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  • Posted on May 08, 2014 at 09:16 AM

    I never seen requirement is assigned against the sub total description. May be by mistake it is assigned.

    Usually we assign requirement for condition types, not for descriptions.

    thanks,

    Srinu.

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      Thanks for the reply. I know that & agree with you.

      Why the value against sub-total is 0 in all documents ?

      When i remove the calculation routine here the sub-total is getting calculated.why ?

  • Posted on May 08, 2014 at 09:39 AM

    Check in VBAP table for the field "Subtotal 2". If you assign the routine 2 in pricing procedure under the tab mentioned by you, corresponding values would be stored in VBAP-KZWI2.

    G. Lakshmipathi

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    • requirement routine 2 is assigned in a step which says sub-total


      Your initial post says above whereas, your pricing procedure screen shot shows "1" routine under the tab "Sub Total".

      Nevertheless, coming to your issue, check why your ZLIS is statistical by double clicking that.

      Sales order. Sub-total is being calculated as 0. why?

      It is because, in the condition tab, since the Sub-total is zero, in VBAP table also, you could see the same.

      G. Lakshmipathi

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