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DP91-Debit memo request -selling price

Dear Friends,

the client requirement is to bill the his customer based on the equipment and manpower utilized

Now i have created a contract - has assigned the DIP profile in item category and the WBS element is attached in contract item level

based on the utilization/confirmation the DMR is created in DP91, there it is fetching only the cost which was maintained in KP26 and it is capturing thorough EK01 condition type. this subsequently copying to billing

I need to bill the customer with selling price, not the cost

in pricing procedure

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    Posted on Jul 16, 2014 at 10:22 AM

    Hi Pratheep,

    In the Pricing Procedure, you have to add selling price condition type as PR00 ( in standard)

    for example, if

    10 - EK00

    50 -PR00 10 , enter the step 10 against your condition type PR00

    now based on the condition type properties, either you can manually enter or automatically determine the price which is selling price and can be carried to billing

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    Posted on Jul 16, 2014 at 09:38 AM

    Hi Prateep,

    Have you added Pricing Condition type in your pricing procedure for Debit Memo, can you share the conditions and its condition class in your Debit Memo Pricing Procedure.

    EK01 is cost. if you maintain pricing condition, then your selling price will flow to debit memo.

    Regards,

    Vairavan.

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