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condition value need to change at quotation level not in sales order

Hi,

As client requirement, Condition value and new condition type can be added at Quotation if Sale Order is created with reference of same Quotation than system should not be allowed for editing or adding new condition type.

If Sales Order is created without reference than system should be allowed for edit or add condition.

Please resolve my query.

Thank You!

Chakradhara

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  • Posted on May 14, 2014 at 10:15 AM

    Hi,

    you could create a requirement formula in VOFM for your new price condition for your quotation. This requirement should check document flow (table VBFA).

    Regards,

    JM

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    • Hi Chakradhara,

      you need to define a requirement in VOFM where you check table VBFA field VBELV.

      If system retrieves data when accessing to this table with VBELV equal to your quotation number and VBTYP_N equal to C (sales order) means that sales orders have been created from your quotation. If so, then field sy-subrc should be equal to 4.

      When you add your new condition to your price schema, donĀ“t forget to place the requirement created in column requirement.

      Ask for the help of an abaper for coding the requirement.

      Regards,

      JM


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    Posted on May 16, 2014 at 02:26 AM

    I would suggest that you take a look at SAP Note 105621 - Authorization check for the condition screen, and go from there. It may be possible to add checking the document type/category to the example.

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